St. Mary’s Catholic School staff and students have wrapped Jenni Gesiakowski in their thoughts and prayers.
HOLLAND – A grant to Hope College from Lilly Endowment Inc. is supporting planning for a program that would make the college a resource for area churches interested in helping their members explore vocation — a sense of calling — in their lives.
Declaring he was giving churches their "voices back," Trump signed the executive order Thursday at the White House as he marked the National Day of Prayer.
Hundreds of kids collected thousands of colorful eggs during the Community Easter Egg hunts Saturday morning in both Grand Haven’s and Spring Lake’s Central Parks.
Nortonville Gospel Chapel’s new pastor's move to West Mich. opens doors to new pulpit.
St. John’s Lutheran Church’s new pastor, the Rev. Kent Wenzelburger, said making the move from a congregation in Wisconsin isn’t downsizing — it’s about making relationships in a community more in line with the church in which he was raised.
Six months into his role as pastor of St. Patrick-St. Anthony Catholic Parish in Grand Haven, Father Chuck Schwartz said he feels stronger than ever that this is the path he was supposed to be on.
More than a century and a half after the Grand Haven area established its own Catholic parish, a large fundraising effort has resulted in a $6.8 million addition and sanctuary renovation project for the St. Patrick/St. Anthony Parish.
Grand Haven-area newlyweds make their own maple syrup.
Grand Haven woman 105 and still growing in her faith.
Students at St. Mary’s Catholic School in Spring Lake are celebrating National Catholic Schools Week with fun and meaningful activities planned each day this week.
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.