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New windows will lower costs, make church cozier

As shepherds of a historic building, members of United Church of Christ Congregational have their hands full with ongoing maintenance requirements.

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Nazarene church welcomes new pastor

The Dalles Church of the Nazarene welcomed a new pastor in December, Aaron Mednansky, a South Dakota native who left a small church there to come here.

Church news in brief

Church events in brief, from Jan. 24, 2014.

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Seeing through their eyes

Alexa Boldt helps Kenyan students share their world through "participatory photography."

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Church news in brief, Jan 17

Church news in brief from Jan. 17, 2014.

Church news in brief

Church news in brief, Jan 10, 2013.

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Rhett Mullins learns about poverty on mission

Rhett Mullins is appreciating indoor heating, hot water and grocery stores these days.

Church news in brief

Church news in brief.

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Small steps can clear space for Christmas joy

Tim Vance began a class at Gateway Presbyterian Church last Sunday by asking: “What are the first three words that come to your mind when I say it’s 10 days before Christmas?”

Church news in brief

Church news in brief.

Church news in brief

Church news in brief.

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Worship choir series begins Friday, Dec. 6

The Dalles Worship Choir is preparing for its 11th annual series of concerts at area churches, which will begin tonight at First Christian Church at 7 p.m. The choir, under the direction of Shawn Lutz, consists of about 55 members from 11 area churches. The majority of the choir has been singing since the first concert series in 2003, Lutz said.

Bethany Lutheran hosts Christmas Bible school

Bethany Lutheran presents a free pre-Christmas event for kids on Saturday, Dec. 14. “Christmas for Kids” is a one-day Vacation Bible School for children ages 4 to 10. Parents will appreciate the “day-out” time for shopping and Christmas preparations, while their children attend a safe, entertaining event. Parents may drop-off their children any time after 9:30 a.m. and pick them up by 2 p.m. The children may stay for the entire event, or come for an hour or two.

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Martin looks back on 25 years with ACTS

A brother’s death propelled Martin to act

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