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North Pinellas religion briefs for July 24

Pianists Alan Tripp and Scott Griffin will appear in concert at 4 p.m. Saturday at Lakeside Community Chapel, 1893 Sunset Point Road, Clearwater.

The musical duo began playing concerts together in 2007, and since then, both Moody Bible Institute graduates and native Floridians have been invited to perform at venues like Mexico's Instituto de Bellas Artes of Chihuahua, Bill Gaither's Fall Family Festival in Indiana, the Maranatha Bible Conference in Michigan, both Word of Life campuses in New York and Florida, the Crystal Cathedral in California as well as many smaller venues.

This year they've taken their show on the road full time as "Captivating Keyboards," presenting audiences with unique musical arrangements covering a range of styles.

There is no admission fee, but an offering will be accepted.

Call (813) 283-8083 for more information. Check out the duo at facebook.com/pages/The-Scott-and-Alan-Show/256848434383240, or at youtube.com/user/Scottand AlanShow/videos.

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Hope Presbyterian Church is seeking vendors for its craft fair Nov. 2 at 1698 Belcher Road, Clearwater.

At "Hope Fest," individuals, groups, craft circles and small businesses are welcome to sell handmade and unique items.

A registration form, along with a $20 nonrefundable fee, must be submitted to the church by Oct. 1. The fee will cover a 10-foot-wide space (approximate) for vendor setup and product display.

Vendors will be required to bring their own power source, table and chair, displays and any items needed. The event will also include food trucks and a silent auction put on by the church.

To learn more, call (727) 531-3200 or email clearwater hopefest@gmail.com. Registration forms are available online at clearwaterhopefest.weebly.com.

Mail religion news to Tampa Bay Times, 1130 Cleveland St., Suite 100-A, Clearwater, FL 33755; fax to (727) 445-4119; or email nbeall@tampabay.com.

North Pinellas religion briefs for July 24 07/23/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 5:36pm]
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