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October 15, 2013
Virginia Marie Queale Deceased: Virginia Marie Queale Maiden name: Winfield Nickname: Ginger DOB: April 30, 1949 Death: October 11, 2013 Age: 64 Ginger was surrounded by family when she passed from her long battle with cancer. All of us will miss her very much. Husband: Stephen Queale Brothers: Thomas Winfield Walter Winfield William Winfield (Gina) Children: Dustin Queale (Jami) Kelly Summerhays (Gale) Grandchildren: Sophia Samantha Jake Riley Survived by many nieces and nephews.
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October 19, 2002
Address: 3303 Via Lido, Newport Beach (at the entrance to Lido Island) Telephone: (949) 673-1340 Denomination: Christian Science Year church established: 1925 Service times: Sunday services are at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday school for students, ages 3 to 20, meets at 10 a.m. Testimony meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. All services are open to the public. Readers: Glen Jansma and Dian Hughes Makeup of congregation: The congregation includes people of all ages: families with young children, teenagers, adults and seniors.
NEWS
October 24, 2000
The column by Steve Smith ("There's never any time to tolerate intolerance in this world" Oct. 14) was either illogical or incomplete. He states that in a church service "people of faiths other than that of this particular church were condemned to hell," and then went on to express how this represents intolerant discrimination. Being a Christian myself and having moderate experience with different Christian denominations, the original premise does not ring true and neither does the association with intolerant discrimination.
NEWS
February 19, 2000
Address: 3303 Via Lido, Newport Beach (at the entrance to Lido Island) Telephone: (949) 673-1340 Denomination: Christian Science Year Church Established: The church celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. The church began informally in 1916 when a group of Christian Scientists started meeting in the bayfront home of Judge Leo Goepper. In 1925, the society made its formal application to the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, Mass. -- known to Christian Scientists as the Mother Church -- to be officially recognized as one of the worldwide Christian Science branch churches.
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By Daniel Tedford | February 12, 2008
This corrects an earlier version of this story. Flower power met spiritual power Sunday at a one-of-a-kind church service. It was a groovy morning at the Costa Mesa Senior Center as the spirit of the 1960s was incorporated into the usual activities and religious wisdom. Donning ’60s threads with a daisy in his shirt pocket, Pastor Jim Turrell led a service about adversity and security. “It was a great opportunity to have fun,” said Turrell, who has been leading the church since 1987.
NEWS
March 8, 2003
"Honesty is the first chapter of the book of wisdom." -- THOMAS JEFFERSON I searched for just the right quote for today's column on honesty, and found it interesting that in one of my books, "Honesty" comes directly after "Home," and right before "Honor." The woman I wanted to write about was honest about what was occurring in the her home, and God honored her for seeing the truth, telling the truth and then also for making some changes. On the outside, the woman looked perfectly put together.
NEWS
May 10, 2001
After gearing up all week for the Sunday church service, I'm usually pretty tired on Monday afternoons and like to go home early. So, at 3 p.m. last Monday, when I was walking out of the church office, my mind was fixed on going home and relaxing with a tall glass of iced tea. That's when it happened: Two young boys in their school uniforms were getting a drink from the church's water fountain. I recognized them from the neighborhood and stopped to say "hi" before leaving.
NEWS
By: Humberto Caspa | August 16, 2005
Among those supporting the expansion of Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church was a man praying with extreme devotion during the last meeting at Newport Beach City Hall. If you happened to be there, you couldn't have missed him. He isn't the typical Newport Beach guy who likes to stand out. He's a simple man. His material life hasn't changed very much despite living in Newport Beach for many years. But his spiritual life has had a major overhaul. His name is Hector Alfaro.
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October 15, 2013
Virginia Marie Queale Deceased: Virginia Marie Queale Maiden name: Winfield Nickname: Ginger DOB: April 30, 1949 Death: October 11, 2013 Age: 64 Ginger was surrounded by family when she passed from her long battle with cancer. All of us will miss her very much. Husband: Stephen Queale Brothers: Thomas Winfield Walter Winfield William Winfield (Gina) Children: Dustin Queale (Jami) Kelly Summerhays (Gale) Grandchildren: Sophia Samantha Jake Riley Survived by many nieces and nephews.
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By Jill Cowan | July 20, 2013
The faces of Grant McKee and Robert Caldwell, superimposed over stars and stripes, grinned out at a couple hundred friends, family members and firefighters from around Orange County who had gathered at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach on Saturday morning. The group had come to remember cousins McKee, 21, and Caldwell, 23, who were among the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots killed while fighting the Yarnell Hill wildfire in Arizona. Dozens of onlookers lined the sidewalks as fire engines and police cars escorted a hearse and limousines bearing family members to the church.
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By Alan Blank | April 4, 2008
Some surfers describe riding waves as a spiritual experience. A growing movement in Newport Beach seeks to make it a religious one, too. Christian Surfers, an international organization with a chapter in Newport Beach, encourages surfers to get involved in the community to show young people that Christianity doesn’t have to mean long sermons, organ music and people twice their age. “A lot of people don’t feel comfortable in...
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By Daniel Tedford | February 12, 2008
This corrects an earlier version of this story. Flower power met spiritual power Sunday at a one-of-a-kind church service. It was a groovy morning at the Costa Mesa Senior Center as the spirit of the 1960s was incorporated into the usual activities and religious wisdom. Donning ’60s threads with a daisy in his shirt pocket, Pastor Jim Turrell led a service about adversity and security. “It was a great opportunity to have fun,” said Turrell, who has been leading the church since 1987.
NEWS
By: Humberto Caspa | August 16, 2005
Among those supporting the expansion of Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church was a man praying with extreme devotion during the last meeting at Newport Beach City Hall. If you happened to be there, you couldn't have missed him. He isn't the typical Newport Beach guy who likes to stand out. He's a simple man. His material life hasn't changed very much despite living in Newport Beach for many years. But his spiritual life has had a major overhaul. His name is Hector Alfaro.
NEWS
December 4, 2004
Marisa O'Neil A local church will still have services Sunday, despite a fire Wednesday that caused extensive damage and cut off its electricity. Initial estimates placed the amount of damage at about $15,000, but further investigations turned up about $100,000 of damage to the building, the Rev. Julie Elkins, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Costa Mesa said Friday. The fire damaged an electrical panel in the 19th Street church and spread between the ceiling of the first level and the floor of the second level.
NEWS
March 8, 2003
"Honesty is the first chapter of the book of wisdom." -- THOMAS JEFFERSON I searched for just the right quote for today's column on honesty, and found it interesting that in one of my books, "Honesty" comes directly after "Home," and right before "Honor." The woman I wanted to write about was honest about what was occurring in the her home, and God honored her for seeing the truth, telling the truth and then also for making some changes. On the outside, the woman looked perfectly put together.
NEWS
October 19, 2002
Address: 3303 Via Lido, Newport Beach (at the entrance to Lido Island) Telephone: (949) 673-1340 Denomination: Christian Science Year church established: 1925 Service times: Sunday services are at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday school for students, ages 3 to 20, meets at 10 a.m. Testimony meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. All services are open to the public. Readers: Glen Jansma and Dian Hughes Makeup of congregation: The congregation includes people of all ages: families with young children, teenagers, adults and seniors.
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