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Cornerstone part of larger movement

March 25, 2015 The Cornerstone Messianic Congregation and Ministries in Reno has a long history of community service. more »»

Literally surviving the fire

March 14, 2015 Eighty-two years after its founding in the small community for which it is named, the Porterfield Baptist Church is alive and thriving, in spite of a setback or two along the way. more »»

Churchtown’s fixture

March 4, 2015 CHURCHTOWN—In the mid-19th century, the bucolic rolling hills between Marietta and Waterford were heavily populated by devout Catholic farmers who wanted to practice their faith without making the... more »»

Williamstown church thriving

February 25, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN—Today’s Sunday morning services draw more than 500 people to the First Baptist Church of Williamstown, but the congregation was a lot smaller when the church was first organized 183... more »»

Marietta church dedicated to unity

February 17, 2015 First Unitarian Universalist Society of Marietta members not only have a commitment to their faith, but a commitment to the community and to the environment. more »»

Mullen Memorial Baptist Church

February 11, 2015 BELPRE—Mullen Memorial Baptist Church got its start before the 1920s from residents on both sides of the river, in both Parkersburg and Belpre. more »»

A closer relationship with God

February 4, 2015 More than a century has passed since the original Reno Christian Church building was constructed along Sandhill Road. more »»

An independent church

January 31, 2015 Marietta’s River of Life Assembly of God congregation has called many places home in its nearly 70-year history, but ultimately it wound up back in Harmar, just a block from where it started. more »»

Church’s people let God run it

January 20, 2015 GRANDVIEW TWP.—It was 110 years ago that the Washington Hall Christian Union Church was founded in the tiny community of Glass, just a few miles north of the village of New Matamora. more »»

A New Matamoras fixture

January 15, 2015 NEW MATAMORAS—The 165-year-old Matamoras First Presbyterian Church was established more than a mile south of its present location on Front Street in New Matamoras. more »»

Holding strong

January 1, 2015 There are an abundance of churches scattered around Marietta, including several with a long-time history, and two of them happen to take on the namesake of S. more »»

Lower Salem UM survives against the odds

December 25, 2014 LOWER SALEM—When the Lower Salem United Methodist Church began in the 1800s, it was surrounded by several other churches of various denominations. more »»

Warren Chapel: Like a big family

December 19, 2014 WARREN TWP.—The origin of Warren Chapel United Methodist Church can be traced back to a log schoolhouse that once existed just north of the present church building on Warren Chapel Road, about 2. more »»

Beverly church traces its roots back to the 1900s

December 13, 2014 BEVERLY—In the early 1900s, mass in Beverly was not held at St. Bernard Catholic Church; it was held at Beverly Colleg. more »»

Lowell church’s roots go back to early 1800s

December 5, 2014 The little white church towering tall on Lowell’s Fourth Street has gone through a lot of changes over the years. more »»

Belpre Church of Christ

November 28, 2014 BELPRE—Throughout last weekend, approximately 300 seventh through 12th grade students gathered at the Belpre Church of Christ for one its biggest events of the year. more »»

Bible-believing, Bible-preaching church

November 19, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN—Nestled between a couple of hillsides just south of Williamstown, near the stream for which it was named, Williams Creek Baptist Church stands on a 26-acre tract of former farmland. more »»

Decatur church is small and active

November 12, 2014 LITTLE HOCKING—Pots of slow-churned apple butter bubbled over open flames in the Decatur United Methodist Church parking lot Tuesday mornin. more »»

‘Caring’ church full of history

November 8, 2014 Nearly two centuries have passed since a group of Baptists “met in the Easterly part of Marietta and joined ourselves into a church,” according to a plaque mounted on a wall of the First Baptist... more »»

The little house of worship

October 31, 2014 TORCH—Nestled in a field, just off a busily traveled highway in Athens County, Janice Middleton and her husband, Lloyd, planted a mustard seed. more »»

The Unitarians

October 30, 2014 Built in 1855 by John Slocomb, the First Unitarian Universalist Church has stood at the corner of Putnam and Third streets as one of only a few Gothic styles of architecture in town. more »»



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