July 27, 2016
- Cordarrell Sims joined two other inmates in performing the popular praise song “Agnus Dei” during the weekly worship at Celebration Fellowship inside the Handlon Correctional Facility in Ionia, Mich.
- A year from now, the Sea to Sea 2017 bike ride will kick off in Vancouver, B.C., and travel for 10 weeks across Canada and part of the United States to raise funds to fight poverty close to home and around the world.
- To Niala Boodhoo, public radio talk shows are like live, one-hour rollercoasters that you can’t get off of — and every weekday, she loves the ride.
- It is becoming increasingly clear that the recovery process from the devastating fire in Fort McMurray, Alberta, will take a considerable amount of time, says Andrew Ryskamp, interim director for World Renew Disaster Response Services.
- The '50 things to do in church' is encouraging people to find new ways to use churches.
July 26, 2016
- United Methodists bond after police shootings, seeking to promote dialogue and social action
[Anglican Communion News Service] The British government have announced a £2.4 million ($3.1 million) fund to help secure places of worship in England and Wales.
Churches, mosques and temples have been invited to bid for grants if they can show that they are at risk of attack from religious hate crimes. Synagogues are excluded from the programbecause the government has provided a separate grant to the Community Security Trust, a charity that provides protection services...
- Fr. John Behr (front row, second from left) with his class of 72 students at St. Athanasius College.
Archpriest Dr. John Behr, Dean of Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary [SVOTS] here, recently returned from a three-week teaching assignment in Australia, where he offered an intensive course in Patristics, titled “The School...
July 26, 2016
The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation recently added two new resources to the Glory to God hymnal collection – Glory to God: A Companion and Glory to God...
- When a gunman opened fire at a German mall, a nearby United Methodist church offered refuge and comfort to frightened shoppers.