White and gold are the colors of Chrismons
Food went to 32 families and toys to 43 children.
Three Warren churches and clergy join together for service on Wednesday
By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN 2 The presentation will be at the worship
The cast of “Just Believe” urges the audience to take that leap of faith to trust God through dialogue and song.
St. Joseph Cultural Society at St. Joseph the Provider Church sponsors the event.
Sister Jerome Corcoran introduces Sister Jerome’s Kids — Mission College during a press conference Tuesday in Tyler Mahoning Valley Historical Center in downtown Youngstown.
The support group meets at St. Jude Church in Columbiana.
St. Thomas the Apostle Parish will host a nativity display and Christmas pageant this weekend.
Preparation for the coming of Jesus is the focus
Reaching out to help people is the mission of the church
Both celebrate religious freedom and food.
Bonnie Burdman addresses annual interfaith event sponsored by Mahoning Valley Association of Churches
The community organization and the program for ex-offenders will be based on Federal Plaza.
Sister Mary McCormick, left, a member of the leadership team in the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown, and Sister Nancy Dawson stand next to a statue of the order’s founder, St. Angela Merici. Behind them is a mosaic with the Latin words “soli deo gloria,” which means for the glory of God alone, a guiding principle of their ministries.
A Thanksgiving and Hanukkah celebration is an unusual event
The project took 12 years to complete.
Players find a good deal at Boardman United Methodist Church
By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com WARREN The heritage of the founders of St. Nicholas
Wes O’Connor, left, Austintown Fitch High School director of bands, has been conductor of TubaChristmas since it began. Fitch band members who will partipate in TubaChristmas are, continuing from left, Shane Dillon, Zack While, Brian Schubert, Austin Bartley and Gabrielle Figueroa, also at top. They’re playing different styles of the low-pitch brass instrument.
Mahoning Valley Chorale practices at Good Hope Luthern Church in Boardman under direction of Kris Harper. The group,formerly known as Seraphim Chorus, changed its name to better reflect its music and members.
The Rev. Pamela Buzalka, pastor of Boardman United Methodist Church, puts some muscle into sliding a 20-pound or so turkey into the oven in the church kitchen. Volunteers said fellowship and fun are part of the effort for the annual turkey dinner.
Blessed Sacrament Church has sold bracelets and scarves.
The project is one of the classes being conducted at the Warren church.
The church celebrated its 150th anniversary with a variety of activities.
Ron Goulish has played the organ at St. Christine Church since he was 12 years old. He's now music director and recently was honored for 50 years of service.
The project is an investment in the future and in the community.
The assistant pastor of New Bethel Baptist Church receives Valiant Woman Award.
By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown For the Rev. Dr. Nick Mager, this year has
At the final service Sunday, the congregation will present the organ to St. Patrick Church.
Meals on Wheels, The English Center and Foster Grandparents Program are moving to new sites
Congregation Rodef Sholom will host Rabbi Naomi Levy this weekend.
By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN St. Dominic Church, established in 1923,
By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown The Oceans to Oceans Pilgrimage of an icon,
The nonprofit organization focuses on rescuing dogs, providing medical care and offering a community pet food pantry.
A memorial dinner is planned Wednesday to remember the trailblazer.
The event is set from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday on the South Side.
He was hired by Girard First United Methodist Church in 1963.
‘UNIFIED EFFORTSSRQ MVAC and ACTION, two faith-based community organizations, are partnering for
Shirlene Hill, left, mother of 2011 murder victim Jamail Johnson, and Caffie Williams embrace during the nonviolence events Sunday in downtown Youngstown. Johnson was killed at an off -campus party after attempting to quell the violence there.
By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com The Davidic Army of God Ministry takes its cue for its
Mark Samuel, executive director, said the organization provides a host of needed services.
Mary Ann Mlynarski, left, and Sandra Cika hold a photograph of the dedication in 1926 of St. Casimir Church in Youngstown. The church, which closed in 2012, has been repurposed as the Brier Hill Cultural Center Inc. The two women and Richard Scarsella formed the nonprofit corporation. The former sanctuary is now the grand hall, a multipurpose space, and features stained glass windows and soaring ceiling.
A rally with music, food and a bonfire today sets the stage for events next week.
Two groups meet regularly at St. James Episcopal Church in Boardman.
Juanita Pasley, executive director, said the move puts the center “into the hub where social services are.”
The free program will begin Oct. 2 and continue through May.
It’s operated by Turning Points No Limits Alternative Day Program for adults with developmental disabilities
Dr. Adolfo Roitman is curator of the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
A regional team will be at Trumbull Correctional Institution this weekend.