It would come as little surprise to anyone to see a church serving, whether it be in the church community or within broader community, but at Community Life United Methodist Church, they ‘serve’ a little differently.
Starting Nov. 10 and ending on Nov. 12, CLC will be hosting a pickleball tournament. Registration fees cost $30 for the first event and $5 for an additional event.
Worship music at a church can help uplift people and open more doors when it comes to reaching out to the community about a church’s message.
For Navarre United Methodist Church, worship music plays a vital role in creating an environment where people want to hear the message of Christ and celebrate it.
Water plays a crucial role in Christianity. The Bible mentions water 722 times. From the cleansing nature of water to the nourishment one can get from it, water is central to life.
Risen Savior Lutheran Church has been using the waters of the Santa Rosa Sound as a backdrop for their bi-annual event, Worship by the Water, which is held at Navarre Park.
The morning of Sat., Oct. 8, St. Sylvester’s Catholic Church held their annual Blessing of the Pets.
The event brought out dozens of animals and their owners, who looked to receive blessings from Father John Kelly.
John Martin Kerns passed away September 29, 2022, at the age of 66.
Pastor of the Navarre Beach church, “a church without walls,” Kerns led services since 1995.
East Bay Church, which was known as Midway Assembly of God until a few years ago, will be observing the anniversary of the church’s relaunch with the East Bay Birthday Celebration (1/44) on Sun., Oct. 9, at 10:30 a.m.
The celebration will feature a cookout with hotdogs and hamburgers, as well as an ice cream truck and outdoor games for children and adults alike. The 1/44 stands for one year since relaunch and 44 years as a local church. While the church will be celebrating its anniversary, Pastor Stacy Clearman will be focused on continuing to grow the church.
Speaking publicly can be nerve wracking. Speaking publicly about a tragic period of your life can be exceptionally difficult. For Makenzie Weaver, however, its all part of God’s plan.
Back in January, Jay Weaver, Makenzie’s dad and the bass player in contemporary Christian band Big Daddy Weave, passed away following a battle with COVID-19.
Come November, there will be a new church in town.
Gathering House, a non-denominational church, will have its first Sunday service on Nov. 6. To build excitement for the new church, which was announced in June, Pastor Anthony “AJ” Rice decided to hold a worship night on Fri., Sept. 2, at West Navarre Primary School.
You might be hearing a knock on your door sometime soon. Jehovah’s Witnesses will resume their trademark door-to-door ministry beginning Sept. 1.
The nontrinitarian denomination suspended their famous campaign for two and a half years due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Change is hard. A time of transition for a church can be a tumultuous time and may even lead to a fracturing of the congregation.
According to Christianity Today, there are several ways to make a smoother transition, one of which is by getting people involved.