Taco dinner at First Baptist Friday First Baptist Church will hold a Taco Dinner in the Fellowship Hall on Friday, Oct. 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. Taco dinner includes tacos, beans, rice and dessert. Adult plates are $ 7 and plates for children 12 and under are $ 5.
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Pastor and wife to be honored for 30-year ministry at church
On Sunday, the congregation of Liberty-Eylau Baptist Church will honor its pastor and his wife for three decades of service and ministry at the church.
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The Three Rivers Biker Church benefit ride for Arkansas Children’s Home is set today. Rides will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Salem Park and 9:30 a.m. at Fred’s Dollar Store in Yellville. Nonriders can meet at 10:30 a.m. the church on state Highway 101. Guest speaker will be John Steer, Vietnam veteran.
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Have Mercy… Church Can Be Fun
I attend a very contemporary church, where the musical portion of the service is more like a concert experience. When I first started atteneding this church, and the music kicked in, I said to my wife, I never thought I’d go to church and leave with my ears ringing. But I did- and it was a great experience. And the next week, we sat further back. Anyway, I thought you MOGgers might want to hear …
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Church plans huge jamboree for Princes Street Gardens
THE Church of Scotland is to take over Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens to stage a major outdoor event for up to 5000 people during next year’s General Assembly.
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Local religion briefs, September 11
Church slates cancer awareness luncheon St. John’s Episcopal Church women will host their annual breast cancer awareness luncheon at 1 p.m. Sept. 18. The event will include a light meal, scrapbooking (bring pictures), silent auction, raffle and guest speakers in addition to learning about the latest in the fight against cancer. Cost is $ 15 with proceeds going to the City of Hope. The church is …
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Koran Reading Stirs Controversy
All Saint Episcopal Church in East Lansing has fielded several calls of people complaining about Saturday’s scheduled Koran reading.
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Collinsville center moves to Whippany
MORRISTOWN – Collinsville Child Care Center’s move from S. Peters Episcopal Church on South Street, Morristown, to the former Brody Childcare Center Brody Center, located on the Aidekman Jewish Community Campus at 901 Route 10 East in Whippany, is complete, with help from the United Parcel Service (UPS).
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Cook-off and Craft Fair: Holy Comforter Episcopal Church’s ninth annual barbecue Cook-off and Craft Fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the church, located at 2232 Spring Cypress Road in Spring. There will also be a silent auction. This will be a sanctioned International BBQ Cookers Association event. There will be cash prizes for best brisket, ribs, chicken and beans …
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Jump Ahead 9/3
Barack Obama and Michelle Obama arrive at Saint John’s Episcopal Church for a private, inaugural morning prayer service. Saint Johns Church is located near the White House, adjacent to Lafayette Park.
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The installation service for the Rev. Michael Lager as rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church will be 6:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at the church, 215 N. Sixth St. A reception will follow at the parish hall. The
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An areawide church singing is set 6-8 p.m. today at Galatia Christian Fellowship Church. Refreshments will follow program.
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Plano church provides homes for deserving families
Ronnie Baker / staff photo – Christ United Methodist Church in Plano is closing in on completion of their seventh House on the Corner project. The project will enable a lower-income family to take ownership of the new home built by the church and its many helping hands.
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Holy Trinity Lutheran Church responds to Tribune story
HIBBING — A council member at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Hibbing brought the Aug. 1 story in the Hibbing Daily Tribune about the House of Hope homeless shelter needing help with utilities to the church’s last council meeting.
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