Catholic Social Services held its yearly summer camp in Montgomery County. This year, Camp Rainbow is celebrating its 30th anniversary, and it brings joy to residents of St. Edmond’s Home for Children.
On July 11, Newark Church of Christ got a new address, as the street name where the church is currently located was changed in honor of its longtime minister, Dr. Eugene Lawton, who died on March 22 due to a heart attack.
On Thursday, the Pomona Union Protestant Church was relocated to Smithville. It stood originally at the corner of Genoa Avenue and the White Horse Pike. The church’s new location is next to Smithville Bakery.
Churches in four Catholic dioceses in New Jersey focus on tolerance and acceptance among their 16,000 parishioners. It is because many church attendees do not feel the presence of a welcoming atmosphere.
Brian Jenkins, Chosen 300 Ministries Executive Director, held a rally on Friday. They protest against the possible removal of Martin Luther King Jr.'s mural at 40th Street and Lancaster Avenue in West Philadelphia.
A designer bag bingo night was held at Presentation B.V.M. Parish in Cheltenham. Father William Harrison organized it to benefit the Sisters of St. Joseph of Mombasa in Kenya. Around 130 players took part in the Aug. 5 event.
The Department of Licenses and Inspections is to approve the demolition of St. The Laurentius Church. The legal consent for demolishing a 140-year-old church is still pending. It is expected that the work will start as early as Monday.
Master of Jazz is coming to Warren County, and Warren Music Conservatory will host a five-day camp for 5th and 12th graders youth. This week long-camp is intended for those students who already know how to play instruments.