What are some good names for a church mime team?

Question by Nik-E!: What are some good names for a church mime team?
My church has this mime team and we need a name but i dont want it to be called anything with mime in it because we arent really mines… Any help?

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Answer by Cody
The silent signers

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When writing out Catholic church names, do you spell “Saint” or abbreviate it?

Question by Denise P: When writing out Catholic church names, do you spell “Saint” or abbreviate it?
I always thought you could spell out or abbreviate at will, but, I’ve just been told that one must always abvreviate the word Saint in writing when referring to a catholic church… I myself am catholic, and hitherto had not given the matter much thought.

Can’t find the rule on this anywhere!

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Answer by keebmn82
abbreviate it

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What are some good church coffee shops names?

Question by bostonluver: What are some good church coffee shops names?
I need some church coffee shops names. We are having a coffee shop in the youth group at my church, so I need some names that teens would like.. any ideas??? Its a baptist church if that helps any. Please Help!

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Answer by margarita
Common Grounds
Discussions Coffee Shop
Heavenly Grounds
The Gathering Place

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What are some good church band names?

Question by Leah P: What are some good church band names?
Hey i need some good church band names for my church (13 and 14 year olds) we are just starting out and we are preforming in two weeks and we have no name. Any help????

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Answer by Pee Amigo No 3
God’s Guys and Gals
Heaven’s Harmony
Angel’s of the Ages

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Port St. Lucie church celebrates 10 years of soup kitchen service to needy

Port St. Lucie church celebrates 10 years of soup kitchen service to needy
PORT ST. LUCIE — Every Thursday evening, Faith Congregational Church in Port St. Lucie transforms into a soup kitchen for the soul.
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Time capsule contains bit of irony
As others have learned, to beat the drums on the opening of a time capsule is to roll the dice as well. Twenty-five years ago, a flaky reporter, Geraldo Rivera, went live on TV to unveil gangster Al Capone’s secret vault. It contained — drum roll — nothing. So First …
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Church in Taipei opens after-school care and tutoring class for struggling families in the neighborh (Taiwan Church N …
3080 Edition March 7~13, 2011 Church Ministry News Church in Taipei opens after-school care and tutoring class for struggling families in the neighborhood Reported by Chiou Kuo-rong Written by Lydia Ma “Ma’am, may I eat one?” asked a little Aborigine boy excitedly eyeing the irresistible freshly baked bread topped with cream cheese before him and fully taking in its fragrant aroma.
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The Holy Name Church, Oxford Road, Manchester, 23 April, 1973

The Holy Name Church, Oxford Road, Manchester, 23 April, 1973
Church names
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Departure (2), 7 September, 2009

John phones me to discuss where to meet up. I have been musing about this during the last week but hadn’t reached a definitive decision. But I do know that it has to be Manchester. Why? In the past I had escaped to spend periods in France, and I had also lived in London over two years, but my ties with the city are too strong to suggest anywhere else. I narrow down my choice of location to two places.

First, I suggest Piccadilly train station, where we eventually make the opening image of our collaboration. I have regularly commuted into the city by train since childhood and Piccadilly has constantly been my point of arrival and departure. I’ve always been attracted to places of daily transit and as the city’s main train station it is one of the key arteries linking Manchester to the rest of the UK. Like many of the major English train stations, it has changed considerably over the last two decades. Gone are the days of old leaking roofs and flocks of pigeons nesting in dark and filthy upper recesses: now a parade of gleaming shops and bars fill two floors and light floods in through large glass windows and fine mesh roofing high above the platforms. This can present a challenge to memory: can your recollections of your past in a place remain the same when so much of its fabric has changed? The station’s transformation seems to have effaced many of my recollections from childhood and adolescence passing through here but it will always be more than a mere stop on my daily commute between home and work.

The second location I propose is the Holy Name Church on Oxford Road. This is where my parents married in 1973, and where my favourite photograph of them was taken, but also because it reminds me of my father’s migration to the city. When he first arrived here, he used to live on Dover Street behind the Church, and the Holy Name was where he attended Mass. Further down the same side of Oxford Road, I was born in St Mary’s Hospital in 1978, and now work opposite the Holy Name at the University. So when I am on campus I pass by it at least twice a day, yet seldom catch people climbing or descending its steps: how many students and staff have ever ventured inside? Every time I see it, it also reminds me of my own return back to my alma mater after living in London and working in Wales and thus to an area that has played a pivotal role in my parents’ lives. This unplanned and oddly circular journey never fails to surprise me and despite myself seems to root me irrevocably here.

© Joseph McGonagle, 2009