The Rev. Dr. Sterling Morse is speaker.
Eliud Kesio, who lives in Youngstown and Germany, wants his youngest brother Gideon, to be remembered 'for his love of study. Gideon Kipkurui Kesio was murdered in the terrorist attack of Christians at Garissa University College in Eastern Kenya, where he was studying engineering.
Bishop George V. Murry was among officials from the diocese and state, county and local government on hand for the ceremony Monday.
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By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Faith Fellowship Church of God is on the
The YSU president spoke to about 450 people.
Emissaries from Israel are coordinating the event
The event will be May 4 at St. Charles Borromeo Church in Boardman
A celebration, April 24-26, is planned.
Jewish Community Relations Council of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation sponsored the event.
Mill Creek MetroParks Farm hosted the popular spring event
The event wil be April 25 at Victory Christian Center in Coitsville.
Former clothing area in Big Reach Center of Hope will be remodeled.
The Rev. Dr. Morris W. Lee marched with the civil rights leader from Selma to Montgomery, Ala.
The Hubbard congregation continues a long-standing tradition
Rabbi Franklin Muller led the ritual meal interspersed with music
Presentation will be Maundy Thursday at Western Reserve United Methodist Church.
Recognize sins, seek forgiveness and live like Jesus
Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance presents the Emancipation Community Choir in Holy Week program
Members of the Altar Guild and church members weave palms.
SHARING WORD OF GOD Richard Lane speaks at St. Paul the Apostle Church in New Middletown.
The organization will mark its 10th anniversary with a celebratory program Sunday.
TIME TO HEAR GOD Four different topics are offered. Zion Lutheran Church sponsors Lenten studies
The focus centered on community-police relations
The event will be March 21 at Touch Heaven Church in Canfield
It is available to people of all faiths.
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Congregation Ohev Tzedek-Shaarei Torah is participating March 13
Mark Perlman shaves off mustache for fundraiser
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Children made cookies and groggers then listened to a story by the rabbi.
Charles “Chuck” Butch, a Campbell police officer, found this stray dog on Wilson Avenue in the city Monday. The dog has since been reunited with its family and licensed. Police Chief Drew Rauzan, who has three dogs including two rescues, said the department has an animal-friendly history, but is being more proactive in animal-related incidents.
The fundraiser is at Antonucci Horticulture Library at Mill Creek MetroParks.
Laughing benefits the body and mind.
Imposition of ashes reminds humans of their mortality
Chocolate took center stage this Valentine's Day weekend at Salem Public Library, as Kim Kenney, curator at McKinley Presidential Library & Museum in Canton, offered insights into the alluring treat during the presentation “Sweet Stuff: The Story of Chocolate” Friday afternoon.
A member of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church designed two new windows
The event will be at 6 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Warren
Catholic Charities uses funds to help people in need.
Families made many memories at the recreational area
Betty Strawderman has legal custody of the 22 children in her care.
The lack of money has curtailed services, but Saturday's fundraiser will help.
Ron Sabelli, a member of Congregation Ohev Tzedek in Boardman, wears gloves as he erases dirt from the Torah. The temple has eight Torahs and one Holocaust Torah. The one being cleaned, one of the temple's youngest, is about 125 years old.
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Brian Jones, a certified fitness instructor, leads senior citizens in a movement in the Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program offered at Niles SCOPE Senior Center.
Several hundred people gathered at Tabernacle Baptist Church for the event.
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Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church continues the ethnic tradition with event Jan. 24
Those attending share a meal, fellowship and get produce through Garden Share Program.
Marion Calpin leads the activity at St. Michael Church