▪ “Women in Faith: A Christian, Jewish and Muslim Dialogue,” 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Beth-El Congregation, 4900 Briar Haven Road, Fort Worth. Features three speakers who will share their faith experiences, followed a question-and-answer session.
Gene McGuire thought he was destined to spend the rest of his life behind bars for a murder he did not commit. But his sentence was commuted and now he is the chaplain for Babe’s Chicken Dinner House restaurants. McGuire wrote a book about his experiences, “Unshackled from Ruin to Redemption.”
The 1954 Johnson Amendment prohibits tax-exempt entities like churches and charitable organizations from participating in political campaigns. The Johnson Amendment specifically restricts ministers from endorsing — or opposing — political candidates from the pulpit. President Trump wants to change that.
▪Trinity Kids — Heart and South Auction, 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Bob Duncan Center (Vandergriff Park), 2800 S. Center St., Arlington. Tickets are $15 for the event, which includes live and silent auctions, food and entertainment. Trinity Kids is an Arlington-based ministry that “creates positive memories in the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned children.” www.trinitykids.org
14th Reel Religion Film Festival, continues at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, University Christian Church, 2720 S. University Drive, Fort Worth. Features films of religious, cultural and philosophical significance. Movies are free and open to the public.
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.
After years of neglect because of a lack of finances, the Greater Progressive Church of God in Christ is getting a new roof. The North Texas Association of Roofing Contractors took on the volunteer project of replacing the flat roof over the sanctuary and the roof for the rest of the building.
▪ 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.