Cathedral of Hope to announce total of “‘Miracle Offering’
The Cathedral of Hope will announce the total of its “Miracle Offering” on “Celebration Sunday,” Aug. 12, at both the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services.
The offering, taken on Sunday, July 29 in celebration of the church’s 37th anniversary, was given as the culmination of a yearlong “Miracle Project” in order to build an Interfaith Peace Chapel, and is the largest offering given in the church’s history, church officials said, adding that the total of gifts and commitments to the project “reach well into the seven-figure range.”
The offering came after a year-long commitment by church members, responding to the challenge issued by the Rev. Jo Hudson, rector and senior pastor, on the cathedral’s 36th anniversary celebration on July 30, 2006. Hudson urged parishioners to spend the year saving and raising money in order to be able to have the largest single offering in the church’s history at services celebrating the cathedral’s 37th anniversary this year.
The money will be used to begin construction on the Interfaith Peace Chapel designed by Philip Johnson.
Cathedral of Hope, a congregation of the United Church of Christ, is located at 5910 Cedar Springs. The services are free and open to all.
Haus of NV presents “‘Green Eye’ fashion show Saturday at Zubar
The Haus of NV fashion production team will present “The Green Eye,” a fashion show featuring three up-and-coming Dallas designers on Saturday, Aug. 11, at Zubar, 2012 Greenville Ave.
The party will start at 8 p.m., and the fashion show begins at 10 p.m.
Admission is $10, and donations to Youth 2 Youth Incorporated will be accepted to help buy backpacks and uniforms for students affected by Hurricane Katrina.
The event is sponsored by Youth 2 Youth Incorporated, Grey Goose vodka and Zubar.
For more information call 817-966-1958.
Ramps to be closed this weekend between I-35, Dallas North Tollway
Officials with the North Texas Tollway Authority have announced that some entrance and exit ramps between Interstate 35 E and the Dallas North Tollway will be closed over the weekend, while personnel with the Texas Department of Transportation inspect the Tollway ramp bridges.
The northbound entrance ramp to the Tollway from I-35 will be closed from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11. Drivers will be able to enter the Tollway at Wycliff Avenue.
On Sunday, Aug. 12, drivers traveling southbound on the Tollway will be unable to exit from the Tollway to I-35 from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will instead have to exit either at the Wycliff Avenue Main Toll Plaza or at Harry Hines Boulevard.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition August 10, 2007
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