The Gateway Church will break ground on its new church building at 700 Maple St. in Ferrysburg on Sunday, June 11 at 6 p.m.
MILWAUKEE — A Capuchin friar born in Wisconsin in 1870 was beatified recently by Pope Francis, the third of four steps to becoming a saint.
Cindy Marinko hauled boards across the deck of a house under construction at 1317 Columbus Ave. Thursday morning, the buzz of a saw and pound of a nail gun sounding in the background.
It’s been a few years since a memorial service has been held for Charles Conklin, but the members of the local American Legion post felt that it was time, given that it will be 100 years next year that the young Grand Haven man gave his life for his country.
Members of Covenant Life Church took their ministry into the community the past several days with their Weekend to Shine.
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.