Month: September 2021

Loveland’s first Christian church to dedicate HeART in memory of 16-year-old – Loveland Reporter-Herald

The loss of a child by suicide by a family is reflected in the latest contribution to the Loveland Chamber of Commerce’s City with HeART sculpture program. On Sunday, September 26, First Christian Church will dedicate “Maverick’s HeART” during the 10 am church service. The public is invited and welcome. Maverick Albert Campisi, 16, died […]

In Evangel, John Ashcroft talks about 9/11, Christian education, culture

A smiling crowd and standing ovations greeted former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft at Evangel University on Monday evening as the 79-year-old former Missouri governor delivered a speech to a largely conservative Christian audience. He even closed the evening by signing two songs: his original composition “Let the Eagle Soar” followed by “God Bless America”. […]

First transgender bishop of major Christian church wants to inspire hope and broaden people’s minds about trans people

Rev. Megan Rohrer Megan Rohrer on Saturday became the first openly trans bishop of a major Christian religion in the United States. Rohrer told Insider in June that they hope their story will broaden people’s minds about what trans people are. They also said they hope to show trans people that they can live full, […]

BURTON BRIDGE MINISTRY TO MOVE A BUSINESS STORE INTO THE BETHANY CHRISTIAN CHURCH BUILDING

The Bethany Christian Church building on North Brazos Street in Burton.(courtesy Darrell Scott Nies) The Burton Bridge Ministry thrift store will soon be moving to a new location. At the ministry meeting last month, the board voted to move operations from The Corner Shoppe to the Bethany Christian Church building. The ministry purchases the church […]

Brooklyn Orthodox Christian Church building nominated for Historic Place status

St. Nicholas Antiochan Orthodox Cathedral on State Street, Brooklyn, originally St. Peter’s Protestant Episcopal Church. Photo courtesy of Jim Henderson / Wikipedia A church building at 355 State St. in Boerum Hill is one of 19 buildings Governor Kathy Hochul has named for State and National Records of Historic Places. The church was built as […]

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