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United Methodist Church of Sun City Center will show Tuesdays with Morrie as its Friday Night Movie at 6:30 tonight at 1210 Del Web Blvd. W. There will be refreshments at 6. Admission is free. Call (813) 634-2539.

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First United Methodist Church in Brandon will hold vacation Bible school Monday to Friday at 120 N Knights Ave. The program is aimed at kids ages 3 through 11 and will last from 9 a.m. to noon daily. A $25 donation per child is requested. Call (813) 689-4161 or visit

Living Savior Lutheran Church in Valrico will hold vacation Bible school Monday to Friday at 2650 Lithia-Pinecrest Road. The program runs from 9 a.m. to noon. Enrollment is $10. Call (813) 681-2375 or register at

The Tampa Bay Affiliate of Voice of the Faithful will meet from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Monday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission, 16550 U.S. 301 S. They will discuss abuse, cover-up, seminaries and women. Call (813) 633-8780 or e-mail

Disciples of Christ Christian Fellowship in Gibsonton will hold its annual women's conference, "Women, Pushing into God's Presence," Thursday to July 17 at 7732 Gibsonton Drive. The conference is free to attend. Call (813) 677-8600 for times.

Brandon Seventh-day Adventist Church will hold vacation Bible school from 6 to 8:30 p.m. July 19 to 23 at 1221 Victoria St. The free program is for students prekindergarten through sixth grade. Call (813) 689-8846 or go to

Grace Community United Methodist Church at FishHawk will hold vacation Bible school July 19 to 23 from 9 a.m. to noon at 5708 Lithia-Pinecrest Road. The program is for students in prekindergarten through fifth grade. A $20 donation per child is suggested. Call (813) 662-2590 or visit

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