RELIGION NOTES Events November 6-14: Abendmusik, Jason Max Ferdinand Singers at First-Plymouth; Bible studies for adults at the first Lutheran church in person; Craft Fair at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, November 6 | Faith and values

Barnabas – 9 am-10am (Saturday), free breakfast to take away; 11 a.m.-1 p.m. free shopping in the store, 931 Saunders Ave.

Barnabas 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Tuesday), free in-store shopping.

Barnabas – 3 pm-5pm (Thursday), free in-store shopping; 5:40 pm worship service broadcast live; From 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., free take-away meals.

Brock’s Boutique Event – 9 a.m. to noon, November 6. Lots of free clothes for kids and adults, all free, in memory of Debbie Boltz’s son. Please call Debbie Boltz at 402-430-7569 if you would like to donate items or volunteer, or just show up with your donations, Havelock Christian Church, 6520 Colfax Ave.

First-Plymouth Carillon Restoration Celebration Concert – 3 p.m. November 14. Enjoy the carillonneur Kathie Johnson, joined by Jacob Mason and Jeremy Spale, free concert, 2000 D St. More information: Firstplymouth.org.

Craft fair in the parish of Saint-Jean-l’Apôtre – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. November 20. Shop 120 artisans and vendors, concessions including homemade sloppy Joes, crisps and cookies, 7601 Vine St.

Craft fair at the Saint-Pierre Catholic Church – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. November 6. Shop for a variety of crafts, Christmas gifts, jewelry, and more. Concessions available for purchase, free admission, 4500 Duxhall Drive.

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