The decision wasn’t easy and was prayed upon for more than several months following the 2017 journey, said the project’s manager, Terri Metzger.
The percentage of Americans who do not identify with any religious tradition continues to rise annually. Not all of them, however, are atheists or agnostics. Many of these people believe in a higher power.
HOLLAND — A small crowd huddled in the cold Thursday morning as they watched the steeple of Hope Church being placed back where it belongs — on the roof.
One of the essential aspects of our Latino ministry was that our congregation had to learn what it would mean to “make room” in our congregation for new people from a different culture, many of whom spoke a different language.
The city of Dover, Ohio, has moved its downtown Nativity scene and a granite monument bearing the Ten Commandments in the wake of a complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation of Madison, Wisconsin.
On Thanksgiving, one little child will sit with hands folded, his head bowed in prayer, not yet realizing the magnitude of thankfulness that surrounds him.
The school district's attorney is working with school leaders to formulate an appropriate response.
It seems like we think a lot about family at holiday times like this. At some of our tables this year there were a few missing. It happens every year.
C3-West Michigan’s Inclusive Spiritual Connection will host a Sunday Gathering with author Anna Clark at 10 a.m. Dec. 2 at the Grand Haven Community Center, 421 Columbus Ave.
In his blog, the Rev. Dr. Jared Cramer of Grand Haven lays out why he supports a proposed “full communion” between the Episcopal Church and United Methodist Church.
Many people feel lonely and isolated in a country that seems so divided and where tribalism has resulted in people being at each other's throats.
BALTIMORE — Several Roman Catholic bishops on Tuesday urged colleagues at their national meeting to take some sort of action on the clergy sex abuse crisis despite a Vatican order to delay voting on key proposals.
I heard an excellent sermon on the subject of “fear” recently. The pastor made the point that most of fear comes from uncertainty. We fear what we cannot see. We don’t know the future, and who knows what might happen? Something bad, perhaps — and we start getting fearful.
Is it a war memorial or an official display of religion?
What I have discovered is that on days of heavy cloud cover, the agates are incredibly difficult to see.