Christmas to most people, including me, is the most important holiday of the year. It is important because, for one thing, during this season there is so much love expressed.
The sounds of a festival to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe filled St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Parish Center to mark the 478th birthday of the patron saint of the Americas’ Catholic faithful.
Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from Rev. Pat Beeman’s Christmas sermon: “Are you ready for Christmas?”
The service at Sunnyside’s Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 327 E. Edison Ave., invited those who experienced loss during the past year to light a floating candle.
With the growing influence of social media and its instant update features, #Fake News has become a growing concern.
It’s the kind of nightmare call no parent wants to receive.
Since 1928, the Sunnyside Ministerial Association has sponsored a food bank in Sunnyside.
The First Baptist Church plans a family pool night from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Bartley home, 206 E. Woodin Road.
Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church will have its annual summer barbecue Sunday right after the 10 a.m. worship service.
Following Holy Trinity Episcopal Church’s Sunday worship service, the vestry committee will meet in the memorial hall, 327 E. Edison Ave.
Pianist John Nilsen will provide “The Word in Music” at 10 a.m. Sunday at United Methodist Church, 906 E. Edison Ave.
Three churches are pooling their resources to host a three-day vacation Bible school next week.
Larry, my summer intern that year, talked me into a whitewater rafting trip to launch the summer for our students.
Terry Fox was an 18-year-old student when he was diagnosed with terminal cancer in March 1977.