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22 | January 25, 2018 | The glenview lantern faith Faith Briefs In Memoriam Patricia Heinz Patricia Heinz (nee Moynihan), 89, of Glenview, died Jan. 10. Heinz’s legacy is her family. She was the dearly beloved wife of the late James F. Heinz Sr. for 65 years; loving mother of Mary (Mark) Lahey, James Jr. ( Nancy) Heinz, David (Rita) Heinz, Megan (Steve) Dragich and Cynthia (Ken) Thompson; dear grandmother of Megan (Connor), Patrick (Sarah), Timothy (Lisa), Kristin (Andrew), Heather, James III (Ali), Jillian (Matt), Bradley, Michael (Angel), David Jr. (Fiona), Katie (Patrick), Kelly (Michael), Lauren (Eric) and David; great grandmother of Maureen, Grace, Adeline, Fiona, Henry, Charles, Lucy, Thomas, Hazel, Moira and Brendan Heinz; fond sister of Josie English, Roberta Horne, Mary Willis and Frank Willis; and cherished aunt of many nieces and nephews. Glenview New Church (74 Park Drive) Women Unwind Gather each Monday for a chance for women to connect socially. For more information, email Men’s Basketball The men of the parish are invited for pickup games for all skill levels at Penn Hall. Games take place from 7:45-9:30 p.m. every Monday. Men who are 18 years or older are welcome. For more information, visit Sts. Peter and Paul Greek Orthodox Church (1401 Wagner Road) Coffee Connection: Connecting in Faith and Fellowship The Coffee Connection group meets twice a month and is an educational ministry for adults that aims to strengthen knowledge and further practice of the Orthodox faith. Once all are gathered, participants will move into the adjacent room for a presentation and discussion on the day’s topic. The presentation is an opportunity to learn more about the faith, while the discussion emphasizes how to practice Orthodox traditions in everyday lives. For more information, visit www. Parish Family Nights Join this opportunity for growth in faith, fellowship and fun for the entire family. The event includes dinner, crafts, activities and small group discussions over the course of an evening. The event gives the entire community a chance to come together while learning a little more about itself and faith. For more information, email mk@ St. David’s Episcopal Church (2410 Glenview Road) Men’s Fellowship Group Join this weekly fellowship gathering open to all men of the parish with discussion, audio tapes and video tapes geared toward assisting the men of St. David’s in becoming better Christians, husbands and fathers. The one-hour meetings are held at 7:30 a.m. every Saturday. New Horizons Join this monthly fellowship group for people who are retired or planning retirement. Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of each month, with various outside activities planned at restaurants and cultural/educational locations. Immanuel Lutheran Church (1850 Chestnut Ave) Chancel Choir The Chancel Choir of the Glenview Community Church practices 7:30- 9:15 p.m. every Thursday. The choir offers its musical gifts in worship on Sunday mornings and other special occasions. For more information, please visit www. or call (847) 724-2210. North Branch Bible Church (3030 Central Road) Bible Study Saturday Bible Study started 10 years ago and has carried on throughout the years. The group meets at 8:30 a.m. every Saturday. This indepth study of scripture includes friendly discussion. For more information, call (847) 724- 6912. Sunday Brunch Participants can enjoy brunch every third Sunday following the church service. For more information, visit Finding New Hope and Joy in our Twilight Years Join every second and fourth Wednesday of the month to talk about how to stay active during the twilight years. The group meets at the Chestnut Square Retirement Village and the session starts at 7 p.m. For more information, visit Our Lady of Perpetual Help (1775 Grove St.) Men’s Spirituality Group The group meets from 7:30-9 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month in the Flavin Room. The group is geared toward male parishioners who have school-aged children. All are welcome to join in conversation and reflection. Gentle Yoga Class Join on the mat from 7:30-8:30 a.m. on Wednesday mornings in the Flavin Room. Donations are $10 per class, and all proceeds are forwarded to charity. For more information, contact Annie Unger at (847) 401-0162. Glenview United Methodist Church (727 Harlem Ave.) ‘Moses: In the Footsteps of the Reluctant Prophet’ Please join us for a lively study on the life and mission of Moses from 10- 11 a.m. every Wednesday. The study will include a 10-minute video and will be based on Adam Hamilton’s book, “Moses.” This book is widely available at bookstores. Submit information for The Lantern’s Faith page to Assistant Editor Michal Dwojak at M.Dwojak@22ndcentury The deadline is noon on Thursday. Questions? Call (847) 272-4565 ext. 26. Regina A. Newman Regina Ann Newman (nee Sone), 90, formerly of Glenview, died. Poet’s Corner David M. Siegel, Glenview resident I know just where you will be seated at the table Sidewalk, streetside, with a picture perfect view An extra glass of cabernet will sure be waiting Do I drink it in or let it pass me by? You’ve made some changes in your life so are you happy? You’re quick to give advice, but slow to take it in Crazy Mary serves another flavor from the Valley She was the beloved wife of the late John; loving mother of Maureen (Richard) Podkowa and the late John Newman; cherished grandmother of Kathleen (Michael), Ricky, Kelly, Danny and Megan; dear great grandmother of Caitlin and Connor; and loving aunt, relative and friend of many. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Maryville or Misericordia are appreciated. Betty J. Brittingham Betty Jean “Dixie” Brittingham, 94, of Glenview, died Jan. 8. She was the wife of the late John; mother of James Brittingham, Bonnie (Jeff) Krich and the late Gary Brittingham; grandmother of Chloe Brittingham, Jack Brittingham, Tommy Brittingham, Troy Krich and Courtney Krich; and great grandmother of Kai and Easton. This Time Kevin J. Gaughan Kevin J. Gaughan, 97, of Glenview, died Jan. 12. Born in Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland, he was the beloved husband of Kathleen Gaughan (nee Naughton); loving father of Doris (Edward) Reynolds, Eamon (Sue) Gaughan, Kathy McGarry, Betsy (Pat) McCarthy, Geri (the late Jim) Ford, Kevin (Gloria) Gaughan, Carmel Gaughan, the late Mary Gaughan and the late Irene Gaughan; dear grandfather of Brendan (Liz) Reynolds, Sarah (Ranjit Hakim) Reynolds, Mary (Brian) Wendt, Megan (Adrian Pyke) Gaughan, Kevin (Nique) Gaughan, Michael Gaughan, Caitlin McGarry, Gavin McGarry, Colin McGarry, Jack McCarthy, the late Leo McCarthy, Kathleen Ford, Jim Ford, Luke Ford and Elizabeth Ford; fond great grandfather of eight; and caring brother of 11 siblings. He is survived by sister Philomena Gaughan McDonnell. Have someone’s life you’d like to honor? Email Assistant Editor Michal Dwojak at M.Dwojak@22ndcentury with information about a loved one who was part of the Glenview community. Maybe this time this blend will finally change my life This time, yeah I’m gonna finally get it right I’m gonna break the chains that held me back For the better part of my life This time, yeah I’m gonna finally see the light I’m not afraid, I’ve played the game And it’s all gonna end tonight Yeah, I’m gonna make it real this time. Have a poem you’d like to submit? Email Editor Chris Pullam at glenview the glenview lantern | January 25, 2018 | 23 “ABSOLUTELY A facility of the Glenview Park District Reserve Your Next Event Now Our elegant banquet room overlooking the Glenview Park Golf Club is perfect for groups of 25 to 120. Winter Banquet Special: Host your next event before April 1 to receive 10% off your total invoice. *10% off offer excludes alcohol, taxes and gratuity charges. Valid for new bookings for parties held through 3-31-18. We Are Open for Lunch and Dinner Thursday – Monday! 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