“I am happy to be here – there are so many familiar faces,” smiled Father John Gathungu. Gathungu recently stepped in to fill the pulpit as priest at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Parish in Grangeville. He will also provide Mass at White Bird and Nezperce. He replaces Father Mariusz Majewski who was called to the Catholic Diocese in Coeur d’Alene.
On Saturday, July 25, the Monastery of St. Gertrude, along with numerous family friends, celebrated the golden jubilees of Sister Barbara Ann Bielenberg, Sister Margie Schmidt, and Sister Elisa Martinez. The three sisters made their First Professions as women religious 50 years ago on Aug. 14, 1965.
Stites Baptist Church recently welcomed a new pastor.
Life is full of many awakenings. They begin in our infancy with things like rolling over, developing motor skills, talking and walking.
Faith Lutheran Church in Kamiah has a new pastor. Pastor Gail Hart has accepted the call to be the regular pastor.
Beginning Sunday, Aug. 16, a weekly seminar series called GriefShare provides help and support for the unique journey of grief.
Cornerstone Christian Learning Center, based out of the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene, is accepting enrollment for preschool and kindergarten classes for the fall.
Eric Helena, a 2000 graduate of Grangeville High School, traveled to Lonavale, India, to volunteer at the “Hope House,” orphanage last year.
Grangeville Church of the Nazarene has several upcoming activities set.
“What are you working for?” asked Pastor Steve Thomas at the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene Sunday, May 24. “Some people think you can work for God’s favor … but we are saved through faith, by mercy and through grace.”
I love watching car shows on TV where they are restoring the classic muscle cars and making them better than new.
Faith Lutheran Church in Kamiah has a new pastor. Pastor Gail Hart has accepted the call to be the regular pastor. Her phone number is 790-4515.
Grangeville area residents will have the opportunity to hear a new voice to the area, but one that has had a lot of experience elsewhere.
The Blackwood Legacy Quartet, from Nashville, will be presenting a free concert event to the community on Sunday, May 31, 11 a.m., at the Grangeville United Methodist Church, 404 W. Main Street. Admission is free; an offering will be taken.
Get ready to walk and benefit local moms, kids, and families on Saturday, May 9, at the annual Hope Center’s Walk For Life.