Lewis-Clark State College (LCSC) held a luncheon on Tuesday, April 11, to honor scholarship recipients and the donors who fund the scholarships. As donors of the St. Gertrude Social Justice Scholarship for social work students, members of the Monastery’s Peace and Justice Committee were invited to participate.
Hope Center will host its 10th annual Walk for Life Saturday, May 13. Those interested in the event should meet at Sts. Peter and Paul Parish Hall on South B Street in Grangeville. A free breakfast will be served by the Knights of Columbus from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Registration starts at 9 a.m.
Encouragers Thursday, May 4, meeting will be cancelled and those who wish are invited to participate in a local National Day of Prayer meeting scheduled at the Veterans Center on Main Street in Grangeville. Encouragers will meet on Thursday, June 1, at Oscar’s at 11:30 a.m. for a no-host luncheon. State representative Priscilla Giddings will speak.
Grangeville Church of the Nazarene interim Pastor Bob Hislar donned a robe in his role as Jesus on Easter Sunday, April 16, gathering up the children for a lesson.
What happens when a stray dog roaming the streets of Grangeville finds two loving woman who come to her rescue? She ends up with a double happy ending: Two homes.
Standing On The Rock of Faith: Wow, that really says it all! Internationally known Catholic Lay Evangelist Richard Lane breathed the fire of the Holy Spirit into all of the Tri-Parish Community during the mission at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, March 4-9.
Blackwood Legacy to perform at Grangeville Nazarene May 1 GRANGEVILLE – Save the date for Monday, May 1, at 7 p.m. Blackwood Legacy will hold a concert at the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene.
A weekend revival is set for Mountain Shadows Baptist Church, 215 North C Street, March 3, 4 and 5. Guest speakers and musicians include Gary and Judy Porter from Cowboy Church, contemporary Christian artist Jason Schuster, Pastor Mike Andrews and director of missions Lee Mowery.
In 2002, numbness and tingling on the left side of her body, and particularly her face at first, made Michele Waite think she had a tooth mishap.
“I thought you were happy! I thought we had good marriage,” was my wife’s response when I mentioned to her I wanted to attend a marriage seminar,” said Don DuFrene.
It was a World’s Fair extravaganza right here in Grangeville, Jan. 26. More than 20 local homeschooled kids and their families presented the fair at the E-Free Church, offering historical tidbits on various countries as well as tastes of food associated with the traditions and cultures of their chosen country’s people.
Stored and dust-covered for more than five decades, a century-old stained glass church window has been given new life.
Jeff had served as the church’s pastor for quite a while. He needed a break, so he and his wife Mandy decided to take a weeklong vacation together.
Valentine’s Day/Love is the theme for Encouragers Thursday, Feb. 2 at 11:30 a.m., at Oscar’s Restaurant in Grangeville.
An XO Marriage 2017 global simulcast conference is set for Feb. 10-11.