Helping lay pavers at Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza in Sunnyside this past Saturday are numerous members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Sunnyside Ward.
This past Sunday morning Sunnyside’s Central Park was full of dogs, cats and a pony named Chico, who were all on their best behavior as they awaited to receive a blessing at the annual Blessing of Animals.
A “Blessing of Animals” church service will be held this coming Sunday, Sept. 14, at 10 a.m. at Sunnyside’s Central Park.
Despite a life-changing realization that helped her deal with her husband’s death, Tanja Gorham said she still has times when she forgets to place her trust in God.
Like a Ponzi scheme gone charitable, the Ice Bucket Challenge has taken over the waning days of summer. At the rate we’re going, 90 percent of the country will have been doused by the time the frost is on the pumpkin.
The public is invited to a free evangelical event on Monday, Sept. 15, at Reale Hall (600 Stover Road) in Grandview.
“God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble” (Psalm 46:1).
Couples are invited to attend the Healthy Marriage Golf Tournament and Banquet at Cherry Hill Golf Course in Granger on Saturday, Sept. 20.
Halloween just got more exciting in Granger as everyone in town is invited to participate in a zombie hunt...
A reading from Paul’s letter to the Philippians, the 4th Chapter:
A familiar presence in the community for 20-plus years, Rev. Larry Mays is stepping away from the pulpit at Sunnyside’s Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Sunnyside’s St. Joseph Catholic Church Parish has started registering people for religious education instructions, as well as for preparation for the sacraments of baptism, reconciliation, first communion and confirmation.
Sometimes change is as simple as sitting in a different pew at church. But sometimes, change can be as life altering as the end of a 43-year marriage.
Not so long ago I was browsing in a gift shop featuring lots of “touristy” merchandise.
When I lift weights at the club, I always hope I don’t get an itch on my face or lint in my eye. I sure don’t want to touch my face and risk an infection from whatever cooties are residing on the weights that hundreds of people have handled and sweated on.