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Religion Briefs

Potter’s House to show movie about meth

“Crystal Darkness, The Movie” will be shown at 7 p.m. Sunday at The Potter’s House Christian Church. The free movie is about meth’s assault on youth and the hope for the future. Everyone welcome. The church is at 3579 Highway 50 East, Suite 300A., across from Goodwill. Call 775-721-5584.

Interfaith picnic Sunday

The Interfaith Clergy of Carson City and Reno are sponsoring the first Heal the World Picnic in Carson City beginning at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Mills Park pavillions B and C.

The picnic is designed to bring together people of different faiths, cultures and nationalities to celebrate, appreciate and respect their differences. For more information call 882-1436.

Vacation Bible school at St. Teresa in July

The second of two week-long vacation Bible schools at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Community will take place in July.

Sonshine Summer Vacation Bible School explores “God’s Word” for children grades kindergarten through fifth. It will be 5:30-8:30 p.m. July 20-24. For more information, call 882-1968 or go to www. stteresaofavila.net.

County ordered to open meeting room to church

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A federal judge has ordered a Contra Costa County library to open its doors to a religious group.

County officials had barred the Faith Center Church Evangelistic Ministries from meeting in the library’s Antioch branch because they said the group violated the library’s prohibition of religious services in its meetings rooms.

But U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White ruled last week that the policy was unconstitutional, since it directed library managers to determine what constitutes religious services when considering applications for the meeting room.

The room is open to public use.