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By Colette M. Jenkins, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jul. 12--Imagine Unity, an alliance of six Akron church organizations, is sponsoring a baseball outing for fathers and sons and men and boys at 7 p.m. Aug. 12 at Canal Park for the Akron Aeros game against the Connecticut Defenders.
By Jerome Taylor The Church of England was thrown into disarray last night after its ruling body, the General Synod, rejected a series of amendments by traditionalists opposed to the ordination of women bishops.
By Erin Wisdom, St. Joseph News-Press, Mo. Jul. 5--First Presbyterian to welcome new pastor The Rev. Krista Kiger will present her first sermon as pastor of First Presbyterian Church, 301 N. Seventh St., during the 10:30 a.m. worship service July 6.
For the last 13 years, First United Methodist Church in Springfield operated out of two locations - one at 501 E. Capitol Ave., downtown, and the other at Koke Mill Road and Wabash Avenue. Senior pastor the Rev. Roger Ross says "many holy moments" and special memories took place at both locations.
By Charles Oliver, The Daily Citizen, Dalton, Ga. Jun. 25--Some 1,704 people in Whitfield County are homeless or "precariously housed," according to a count performed by the Dalton-Whitfield Community Development Corp. earlier this year.
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By JUDY HARRISON; OF THE NEWS STAFF The Rev. Marguerite "Rita" A.H. Steadman stepped into the pulpit of Saint John's Episcopal Church in Bangor last Sunday and made history.
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By Nick G. Maheras, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jun. 12--HIGH POINT -- The city's biggest church, as well as its largest Baptist assembly, has called a new senior pastor. The Rev. Dr. Darryl L.
By Rebecca Harrison BLACKBIRD LEYS (Reuters) - Western missionaries took Christianity to Africa in the 1800s. Now Kenyan minister Patrick Mukholi is bringing it back. When the Anglican priest decided to become a missionary he imagined preaching to remote African tribes.