The St. Sacrament Episcopal Church is having their annual lottery again this year.
Local teenagers look forward to spending a week this summer helping Boston-area residents with chores they aren't able to accomplish on their own — while the teens strengthen their faith, learn about those less fortunate, and gain new friendships.
In 1995, three local churches became a "cluster," presided over by a single Priest. To celebrate their twentieth anniversary, the cluster has three events planned between June and September.
Clothing for children sizes newborn to three are available at The Baby’s Place, 32 Circle Avenue, (next to the post office) every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
North Country Ministry, in their continuing effort to help and protect children, will start a new program this spring.
North Country Ministry has announced that tickets for its annual Winter Raffle are now on sale.
Two days after the celebration that comes with the start of a new school year, a fire with multiple points of origin has laid claim to St. Mary’s School.
The Community Share Center on Church Street, sponsored by the Chestertown Community Methodist Church and open to the public every Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The First Baptist Church will close its doors after the Sept. 28 service
A Christian mission group involving teenagers from all over the nation is back in Northern Warren County, fixing up homes and parks as well as operating a day camp in Warrensburg — featuring Bible stories, games and crafts — for local children.
Two young girls are holding a fundraiser Saturday May 3 at a Wevertown church to help Adirondack families in need — as well as others overseas.
For centuries, the churches in Warrensburg have been influential in local residents' lives. The Warrensburg Museum of Local History is now hosting an exhibit that reviews the churches and their role in the community.
After a half century of talk circulating in Warrensburg about establishing a youth center, three pastors are taking action to establish one — without any expense to local taxpayers.
The Tannery Pond Community Center is many things to many people: meeting place, concert hall, art gallery, theater, chamber of commerce, and now — place of worship.
The Apostolic Nuncio to the United States for the Roman Catholic Church will be in Lake Placid at the end of this month to lead a special mass.
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