Religion Archive

The Bulls Were Out As Church Filled A Freezer

Volunteers who assisted the Royersford Bible Fellowship in its charity work

Personal, Societal Issues Topics Of Fellowship Talks

Professional counselors will offer discussions on three consecutive Mondays in Downingtown

Pottstown End Violence Campaign Set For Saturday

A "Stop The Violence" Crusade is scheduled Saturday from noon to

Usually Known As ‘Pastor Bill,’ Now Call Him Author

"Pastor Bill" Beck of the Spring City Fellowship has written a

Ministry Hopes To Open Church At Pottstown Circle

Progress Associates and Tabernacle Harvest Ministries seek a variance from the

Workshop Offers Assistance To Faith Community Nurses

The fourth annual Congregational Health Ministry Development Workshop is scheduled for

Manatawny Pow Wow Features Native American Culture

The two-day exhibition of Native American dance, food and crafts is

West-Mont Christian Moving To 1-To-1 Computing Plan

The Christian-based academy on South Hanover Street in Pottstown announced Tuesday

Cluster Joins Challenge For Food Dollars In Pottstown

A borough charity is once again hoping to bring a sizable

Township Collects 2,700+ Pounds In Its Food Drive

Thanks to local residents' generosity, more than 2,700 pounds of food

Collegeville Church Gift Benefits Township Police Force

An unexpected and unsolicited $250 donation from the Valley Forge Baptist

Local Church Members Honor Memories Of The Fallen

With 12 Photos. Organizers at St. Aloysius Church in Pottstown conducted

See Beauty Of Boyertown Churches On A Guided Tour

Three of Boyertown's oldest and most-storied churches will be the objects

Popular Sanatoga Appliance Firm Opens A Bible Business

Sanatoga Corporation, which has sold radios and then other appliances on

Spring City Dedicates Quiet, Colorful Veterans’ Chapel

A new chapel at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Veterans Center in Spring

New Jersey Church Fun Day Traces Historic Roots

A "Living History Family Fun Day" to be held in Mount

Pottstown Cluster Graduates First ‘Getting Ahead’ Class

The six participants, all of them Pottstown residents, have worked four

Sanatoga Butterflies Carried Hope Sunday On Their Wings

A threatened thunderstorm never materialized, allowing butterflies released Sunday at the