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Religion

  • Evergreen Outreach

    By Karen Redfern
    What a great crowd was in attendance at Wesley Hall for Evergreen Outreach on Monday.
    We were entertained by the beautiful music played by Pam Childers. Some of her tunes included: “You Are My Sunshine,” “Oh, My Darling Clementine,” “Home On the Range” and “I’ve Been Working On the Railroad.”

  • Some reflections from the Bible for Mother's Day

    My parents guided me to good table manners: “Don’t talk with your mouth full” and “Use your spoon, not your fingers for the peas.”

  • Evergreen Outreach

    By Joyce Mueller
    The last day of April ushers in thoughts of the tradition of May Day, which is celebrated as a spring festival in many countries.
    Little baskets of flowers were often placed on doors of friends and neighbors. I think I recall at one time our Vandalia school children had May Day picnics in the park.
    So, not to be outdone, EO volunteers placed small May Day baskets on each of the tables, which delighted those attending on Monday.

  • National Week of Prayer

    Several area residents and pastors participated in prayers at various locations around Vandalia this week as a prelude to the National Day of Prayer on Thursday.

  • Church Briefs

    Women's trio to perform this Sunday

    The Liberty Belles Trio, a Southern gospel women's group from Liberty, Mo., will perform at Crown Point Church Sunday at 10 a.m.
    The church is located seven miles south of Vandalia on Carlyle Road.
    For more information, call the Rev. Pete LeDuc at 339-1646.

    Summer lunches meeting is Wednesday

  • The heart of God's message is his deep love for us

    Things do not always take place in God’s kingdom the way we expect. Adam and Eve decided to disobey God. Sin was born. This sin is passed along to all of us.

  • Immanuel Lutheran Confirmation

    Ryan Gramlick (left) and Alex Kleinik (right), shown with the Rev. Bruce Milash, were confirmed at Immanuel Lutheran Church of Augsburg on Palm Sunday, April 1.

  • Church Brief

    Overcup Baptist revival this week

    Overcup Baptist Church is holding a spring revival this week. Preaching at the event is the Rev. Bruce Sasse.  
    Services are being held Wednesday through Friday, beginning at 7 p.m. nightly.

  • Daily events lead up to Day of Prayer

    A series of daily prayer events, beginning this Sunday, will lead up to a breakfast on Thursday to observe the National Day of Prayer in Vandalia
    The community kickoff for the five-day event is Sunday night at First Baptist Church. That service, which begins at 6:15 p.m., includes worship, a brief message and a time of prayer.
    On the following three days, a brief time of prayer will be held at various locations around Vandalia. All of those events will run from 7:45-8 a.m. The locations are:
    • Monday – Vandalia Chamber of Commerce building.

  • FCA Sponsors Concert

    Jordan Howerton, leader of the Jordan Howerton Band of Joplin, Mo., sings during the band's concert Saturday night at Vandalia Junior High School.

    The event was sponsored by the Vandalia Community High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes.