Locals getting ready for Lent
Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of the Lenten season.
On Feb. 10, Christian churches in the west will begin the season of Lent. Lent consists of the 40 days before Easter.
A choir at Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sunnyside offers songs of the season during a Christmas Eve service last Thursday.
Waving down cars Saturday at the parking lot of El Charrito restaurant are Diana Argueta, Martin Tlatenchi, Jose Zepeda, Ariel Gurrola and Jorge Campuzano.
Church ornaments tell a story
A summer Christmas project is still paying dividends nearly 50 years later for a local church.
The First Baptist Church, 401 S. Eighth St., invites the public to attend a Christmas Eve candlelight service at 6 p.m. Dec. 24, at the church, 401 S. Eighth St.
The Nelsons of Echo, Ore., will be the featured performers at the old-fashioned December Gospel Jamboree at 2 p.m., Sunday, at the Grace Brethren Church, 428 B. St.
The constant refrain on the radio and television advertisements, the music in shopping malls and churches about the happiness of the season reminds many people only of their personal losses.
What do we think about most at Christmas time?
After an eight-year hiatus it’s again lights, curtain, action at a local church.
Melchor Reyes of Cornerstone Assembly of God Church in Sunnyside assists Hollie, Morgan and Heidi Basore, left to right, with picking out the perfect Christmas tree.
An apron and a sun bonnet served as object lessons in the fight against evil as described in Ephesians 6:10-18.
Dinner, music and theater are coming together in the form of Christmas Letters: The Musical now in rehearsal at Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Cast members in Sunnyside Christian Reformed Church’s first-ever play are preparing to delight the community.
In light of the recent events in Paris, Beirut, Egypt, Kenya and other places in the world where terrorists have caused death, fear and destruction, some folks may be saying that this is the will of God.