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February 8, 2014

North Shore religion calendar

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Choir of St. Paul’s School, 4 p.m., St. John’s Episcopal Church, 705 Hale St., Beverly Farms. As part of St. John’s Concert Series, the Chapel Choir of St. Paul’s School will perform selections from their program for their upcoming international tour. Organist Brent Erstad and guest oboist Jane Harrison will accompany. The choir is conducted by Nicholas White, former music director at St. John’s Church. Admission is free. A reception to meet the performers will follow. 978-927-0229, www.stjohnsbeverlyfarms.org.

Friday, Feb. 14

Rummage Sale, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 391 Bay Road, South Hamilton. Clothing for all ages, shoes, linens, puzzles, games, baby items, household items, books and more. 978-468-1256, www.hamiltonumc.org.

Holly Meade: Reception & Remembrance, 7 p.m., Christ Episcopal Church, Preston Cutler Gallery, 149 Asbury St., Hamilton. Exhibit reception and time of remembrance for the late Holly Meade, a Hamilton native and parishioner at Christ Church who died last year. Exhibit features artwork by Meade, who was an award-winning artist and children’s book illustrator. All are welcome. On view through February. Penny Wingate, 978-468-2748 or PenelopeWingate@gmail.com.

Wednesday, Feb. 26

“Marblehead: 1714,” 7:30 p.m., St. Michael’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 26 Pleasant St., Marblehead. St. Michael’s launches its tercentenary lecture series with “Marblehead: 1714,” an illustrated presentation by historian Judy Anderson discussing community and social life in the historic seaport in the year St. Michael’s Church was erected. Free; open to the public. gracefriary@comcast.net, www.stmichaels2014.org.

Sunday, March 2

Comparative Religion: The Three Abrahamic Religions, 10:15 to 11:45 a.m., Temple Beth Shalom, 489 Lowell St., Peabody. Dr. Michael Szycher presents a layperson’s guide to the similarities and differences between Judaism, Christianity and Islam; sacred time, space and objects; religious rituals, traditions, mysticism and spirituality; and the question, “can religion and science co-exist.” Complimentary bagels, lox, pastries and drinks. Reserve a spot by Feb. 24 to bsimons@templebethshalom.org.

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