QUINCY -- Christ Lutheran Church will dedicate a sacred chapel and indoor columbarium Sunday and those involved say the dedication of volunteers made it all possible. "We started work on June 28 and we had the help of so many talented people," said Stu Bel
QUINCY -- Salem Evangelical United Church of Christ, 435 S. Ninth, is holding a toiletries drive during February. Other churches and the community are invited to participate. Each week in February, the church will collect different items: Feb. 4 -- toilet p
COATSBURG, Ill.-- St. Peter Lutheran Church in Coatsburg will hold a soup luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, in the church's fellowship hall, which is handicapped accessible. The menu will be chili, vegetable and cheese-broccoli soups, hot d
There is a kind of judgment upon evil that is built into the very heart of the universe. Does a criminal ever do evil and get away with it? At times it would seem so. Does a person ever cheat and go away scot free? We would be inclined to believe so. Can
Four members of the Lutheran Church of St. John congregation recently journeyed to California to feed the homeless and to help decorate floats for the Tournament of Roses Parade through Lutheran Hour Ministries' Petal Pushers program.
The Christian Ministers Fellowship is hosting a special community worship service to kick the new year off with a positive message. The first-time event will be held from 2-4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 1, at First Union Congregational Church.
There is an old legend that says that the animals were given the gift of speech at midnight on Christmas Eve, so that they might praise the Lord. The Old Testament talks about the valleys standing so thick with corn that "they shout and sing." (Psalm 65:1