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Hurst couple heading to inauguration to listen, pray

Jerry and Kelly Stewart are going to the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump to help find ways to “heal the nation.” The Stewarts produce several syndicated radio programs through their company, Vision Productions, that are broadcast on news/talk and Christian radio stations.

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Christmas music and other services in Fort Worth area

▪ Christmas concert, 5 p.m. Dec. 18, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 5001 Crestline Road, Fort Worth. Program will feature a chamber orchestra with harpist Yumiko Endo Schlaffer, violinist Andrew Schast and All Saints’ organist and choirmaster Frederick Grimes playing with the All Saints’ choir. Free, with a reception to follow.

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Fort Worth-area religion calendar

▪ Restoration Celebration, 10 a.m. Sunday, University United Methodist Church, 2416 W. Berry St., Fort Worth. Join in celebrating the reopening of newly restored sanctuary and church building.

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Fort Worth area religion calendar

▪ 20th anniversary of Pastor Kenneth Jones, Jr. and family, Sunday, Como First Missionary Baptist Church, 5228 Goodman Ave., Fort Worth. Guest speakers: 10:45 a.m., Rev. Ralph Taylor, Long Island, N.Y.; 4 p.m., Rev. R.W. Emerson, Jr., Rising Star Baptist Church, Fort Worth.

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Fort Worth area religion calendar

▪ National Multi-ethnic Church Conference, Nov. 1-3, Northeood Church, 1870 Rufe Snow Drive, Keller. The conference is expected to draw more than 1,200 people and will feature 82 speakers, including Dr. John M. Perkins, Matt Chandler, Miles McPherson, Noemi Chavez, Ed Stetzer, Choco de Jesus, Bob Roberts and Gail Song Bantum teaching in 68 workshops. Information: www.mosaix2016.com.

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Fort Worth area religion calendar

▪ Strangers in a Strange Land: The Refugee Crisis, 7-8 p.m. with Q&A from 8 to 8:30 p.m., Oct. 27, White Chapel United Methodist Church, 185 S. Southlake Blvd., Southlake. Panel of Multi-Ethnic Refugees (now residents) from Tarrant County.

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Crowd marches in Dallas for women's rights

Thousands of women, men and children marched through downtown Dallas, chanting “Women united will never be divided,” and “Women’s rights are human rights.”
Star-Telegram
Crowd marches in Dallas for women's rights 1:58

Crowd marches in Dallas for women's rights

DC official: Estimated turnout for Women's March in D.C. at 500,000 1:55

DC official: Estimated turnout for Women's March in D.C. at 500,000

President Trump attends interfaith prayer service 1:26

President Trump attends interfaith prayer service

Rangers manager Jeff Banister on using instincts with analytics 2:38

Rangers manager Jeff Banister on using instincts with analytics