Posts tagged ‘Local Church’

NWC Families Find the World When They Go: Serve

By Kara Stromberg

Brooklyn Park, MN (May 9, 2014) — Nearly 200 children and family members from throughout the Northwest Conference converged on Redeemer Covenant Church in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, recent for NWC Family Go: Serve, a day of service and experiential learning. Continue Reading »

Human Chain Transfers Library Books to New Site

STANTON, IA (May 8, 2014) — Kristin King of the Stanton Covenant Church, was the first in line to the local library’s books along a chain of more than 400 people who were transferring the volumes from the facility’s old location to its new more spacious site on Tuesday. Continue Reading »

Pastors’ Campout on Roof Draws Attention to Youth Homelessness

BROOKLYN PARK, MN (May 7, 2014) — Todd Kardell, youth pastor of Redeemer Covenant Church, and Tim Ruscher youth pastor for Blue Oaks Covenant Church, camped on the roof of a local congregation with nine other area youth pastors for 48 hours to raise awareness and funds to build a shelter for homeless youth.

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Many Opportunities to Serve at Experience Chicagoland

By Stan Friedman

PALATINE, IL (May 6, 2014) — Members of DeerGrove Covenant Church who participated in Mission Detroit prior to the Covenant’s Annual Meeting last year are eager to join in activities connected with Experience Chicagoland, which will offer opportunities to engage in ministries of compassion, mercy, and justice. Continue Reading »

Covenanters Recount Deadly Mudslide

By Rick Lund

ARLINGTON, WA (May 5, 2014) — The active search for the victims of the devastating March mudslide near Oso has been suspended. But the grieving continues, as do the questions of how could God have let this happen or why were some people spared and not others. Continue Reading »

Children’s Book Features Characters Based on Church Members

By Stan Friedman

YAKIMA, WA (April 24, 2014) — Anne McEwen hopes her new book, Miss Marian and the Bunnies from Wiley Heights, will help children—especially those in crisis—to better understand and experience God’s love. Continue Reading »

Faith Covenant’s Centennial Hymn Echoes History

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI (April 21, 2014) — Jerry Jacoby says the hymn he wrote in honor of Faith Covenant Church’s centennial celebration, “It Is Written,” is meant to reflect the congregation’s commitment to the gospel and draws on the denomination’s foundational question, “Where is it written?” Continue Reading »

News Briefs: Cross Walk, Samarkand Dedication

Churches Participate in Good Friday Cross Walk

ATTLEBORO, MA (April 21, 2014) — More than two dozen youth and adult attendees of the Attleboro Covenant Church and several other local congregations traced the Stations of the Cross as they walked through streets in their community Friday. Continue Reading »

Churches Establish Fund to Help with Mudslide Relief

SEATTLE, WA (April 2, 2014) — Several congregations here have established a combined special fund so people can contribute to relief and rebuilding work in the area of Oso, where a massive mudslide wiped out a neighborhood on the morning of March 22. Continue Reading »

Restored John Deere Sold to Benefit Campers

By Stan Friedman

WAUSA, NE (April 1, 2014) — A 1951 John Deere “A” tractor restored over the course of two years sold for $4,000 as part of Wausa Covenant Church’s annual camp auction on Sunday. Continue Reading »