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Faith Matters: We go to worship to deal with unrighteousness, not find judgement

This is about one of my parishioners. She, along with her three children, always came to church a few minutes early and they would sit on the back pew and fold the day’s worship bulletins.

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St. Paul’s priest comes from Navajo land

Rev. Richard “Red” Stevens, the new Priest-in-Charge at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in The Dalles, credits Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas for pushing him into the ministry.

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Perfect pitch, classically trained

The Dalles 9-year-old plays with mom at First United Methodist, St. Peter’s Catholic Church

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Choir sings ‘Because of Jesus’

Concert a time of worship and to remember the true meaning of Christmas

Faith Matters: Faith is the ability to live without a contract

For several years, I was the pastor of a small church in Lind, Wash., which is in wheat country. While I was there, I would hear conversations about farmers who would lease land from the land owners without a written lease or rental agreement.

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Christmas fair is ‘gift to community’

Food, music and making gifts part of annual event

Faith Matters: Being yourself key to ‘emotional hygiene’

My name is Tyler Beane. I am an ELCA pastor at Zion Lutheran Church in The Dalles, Oregon, and I am an affirmation addict.

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Attorney chooses Christ over law

Wilson makes life-changing decision based on her faith

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Emmanuel Baptist hosts revival

Event creates space for God’s work to work

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Food Drive nets 5,300 lbs. for local programs

Local food bank, student food program benefited

St. Peter’s Octoberfest explores German culture

Festival raises funds for parish

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St. Mark performance

Free event Sunday, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m.

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Room for redemption

Two women who were in jail at the same time for drug-related felonies also just got their children back at around the same time, thanks to a faith-based residential treatment program in The Dalles.

Worship in City Park this Sunday

Ecumenical service will ‘mix it up’

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