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Community worship & BBQ July 12

Event starts at 5 p.m.

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Christian Science Church gets makeover

Wheelchair access available

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Avon sales help backpack work

Gifting 90 percent of proceeds

Faith commentary: Celebrate the ‘breath of life,’ it’s a gift

There is no such thing as bad breath. Now I know what you’re thinking: ‘My husband has terrible breath!’ But let me say it again: there is no such thing as bad breath.

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Summer brings Young Life camp

Summer camp June 20-26

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Preacher following great grandfather to Pulpit Rock

Wilson pastored his first church when he was 17

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Long-time spiritual leader in region dies

Remembering The Rt. Rev. Bishop Rustin Kimsey

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Good Friday

Setting the stage for Easter Sunday, The Last Days of Jesus Pageant re-enacted the trial and crucifixion of Jesus Friday night starting on the Wasco County courthouse steps and progressing to The Dalles Wasco County Library for the crucifixion scene. The burial scene followed at First Christian Church, where the resurrection scene will also be held Easter Sunday at 8 a.m.

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Easter sunrise service set at Pulpit Rock

Porter felt called to help

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Rossman impacted by ‘Last Days of Jesus’

Last Supper scene returns to TDHS Auditorium this year

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Backpack program gets large donation

Students raise $1,175 cash

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Fixing It for HIM

Ministry is the ‘feet and hands’ of Jesus Christ

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Unitarian Universalists install minister

Judy Zimmerman will be installed as the first “settled” or permanent minister of the Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on Saturday, March 7 in Hood River.

Pope: US, Mexico border conditions 'inhumane'

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis has decried the “inhuman” conditions facing migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and has encouraged communities there not to judge people by stereotypes but welcome migrants and work to end discrimination. Francis made the appeal in a letter to a Jesuit priest who helps organize Catholic teens in Nogales, Arizona, to support the Kino Border Initiative, which advocates a more humane solution to migration. The letter was dated Dec. 19 but was made public on Kino's website recently.

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Zion Lutheran finds ideal leader

Tyler Beane returns to TD


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