Imagine gathering in a darkened stone sanctuary in early December. Outside, the sun is just setting. Inside, the electric lights are dimmed to a warm glow, matching the candles in the worship space.
The annual novena for the Our Lady of Guadalupe celebration is underway at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 920 S. Sixth St., Sunnyside.
Spectators at tomorrow night’s Lighted Farm Implement Parade are in for a treat as Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church of Sunnyside will be distributing free, home-baked cookies.
Psalm 118 - “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his steadfast love endures forever!”
Christian club speaker says faith the key to overcoming challenges
People don’t always take advantage of second chances in life. But Vancouver author and mountain climber Shirley Graybill said she will never regret doing just that when her marriage was in trouble.
Despite being a solidly entrenched Pentecostal, Dad often said to me, “Pay no attention to the name over the door, Son! You’re not going to see Catholic Square, or Presbyterian Avenue, or Methodist Boulevard, or Pentecostal Circle, or Baptist Street or Nazarene Highway, or anything remotely like that in Heaven! The ONLY thing that counts is where people stand in their relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.”
While November is the month of Thanksgiving; it is also the month of my birthday.
And now for a rousing game of Name That Miracle!
Fall is in the air, so it must be time for the 16th annual Bethany Presbyterian Church Women’s Soup and Pie Luncheon and Bazaar held at the church, East Second and Birch Street, Grandview.
A full afternoon of activities have been arranged for Sunnyside-area residents this coming Sunday, Oct. 20.
There is a legend from the Orient about a traveler making his way to a large city. One night he meets two other travelers along the road – Fear and Plague.
Betty Barnett, the featured speaker for the Lower Valley Christian Womens Connection luncheon this past Tuesday, seemingly had it all growing up in 1950s Southern California. She had a ton of friends, wore all the right clothes and her family was wealthy.
Sunnyside residents are being given an opportunity to participate in an international prayercast on Friday, Oct. 18, thanks to the efforts of Sunnyside Transformation – Yakima Valley.
Dr. Esperanza Lemos has come a long way to become the new head of a small Sunnyside women’s empowerment organization. She admittedly is a beacon for those women seeking to improve their lives through education.