From Jan. 4-24, 2017, Second Christian Reformed Church will be one of 50 remote webcast locations worldwide to broadcast one of the nation’s leading lecture and cultural arts series.
While some Christmas traditions are already behind us in the calendar, here are some you can still participate in before the year is over:
Hundreds of houses of worship are offering sanctuary to people who could face deportation if President-elect Donald Trump follows through on his campaign pledge to remove millions of immigrants living in the country illegally.
“Shalom, family — welcome,” exclaims the guide as he greets the group he will escort on their Journey to Bethlehem, which opened Thursday night.
JERUSALEM — In the innermost chamber of the site said to be the tomb of Jesus, a restoration team has peeled away a marble layer for the first time in centuries in an effort to reach what it believes is the original rock surface where Jesus' body was laid.
Changes are in store for the fifth annual Journey to Bethlehem.
Few people are as closely identified with a city as Mother Teresa is with Kolkata, the onetime colonial Indian capital where the Albanian nun garnered worldwide admiration for her work with the poor, infirm and outcast.
ROBINSON TWP. – After a few small renovations and additions, Life Tree Community Church is making another expansion.
OSWIECIM, Poland — Pope Francis paid a somber visit in silence to the Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau on Friday, with his only public comment a guest book entry begging God's "forgiveness for so much cruelty."
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Even though Pastor Dennis Snyder has retired from the pulpit, he remains the ride captain for Nortonville Gospel Chapel’s 10th annual Biker Sunday.
More than a thousand miles separate Grand Haven from Florida, but those attending a vigil service for the victims of last weekend’s night club shooting in Orlando showed the impact hits close to home.
Dewey Hill looks empty and forlorn without snow and the Nativity scene, said City Manager Pat McGinnis, a member of the Rotary group that for many years raised the giant porcelain-covered figures on the north side of the river.