GROVE CITY – Grove City College announced that Dr. Donald D. Opitz, an ordained Presbyterian minister and accomplished scholar with a deep background in Christian higher education and pastoral care, will serve as the college’s new Chaplain and Senior Director of Christian Formation, effectiv…
MERCER – Trinity Church, 110 E. Market St., returns to worship in the sanctuary for the 10 a.m. service Sunday, June 21. The congregation will celebrate “Easter,” featuring music and scripture of the season.
ERIE – As all 13 counties of the Diocese of Erie move into the yellow phase for reopening, the Most Rev. Lawrence T. Persico, bishop of Erie, has announced the diocese will take a gradual approach to restoring public worship in northwest Pennsylvania.
Richard and Phyllis English will celebrate their 60th anniversary with an open house at Harrisville Fire Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Nov. 3. Family and friends are invited to attend.
Kenneth and Karen McKnight of Harrisville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Kenneth Nelson McKnight and the former Karen Ruth Buchanan were married on Oct. 24, 1969, by the late Rev. David Kennedy at Harmony United Presbyterian Church, which is now Harmony Evangelical Presbyteri…
HARRISBURG — A new report shows that the Catholic Church has spent more money lobbying against statute of limitations reform in Pennsylvania than any of seven other northeastern states since 2011.
Michaele Suzanne Carney and Ronald Dominic Eperthener were married in a double-ring ceremony March 23, 2019, at St Philip Catholic Church Battlecreek Mich.
GROVE CITY – The Project on Rural Ministry is looking for a few good pastors to be part of a collaborative effort to strengthen churches and communities in western Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia, eastern Ohio and southwestern New York.
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