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Elks Lodge #2213 in Bethel Park Holds Flag Day ... -- "A Flag Day ceremony was held by Pittsburgh South Hills Elks B.P.O.E. Lodge 2213 ..." -- 02 July 2021
Clairton Officials Receive Governor’s Award for ... -- "City Recognized for Championing $16.7 Million Mixed-Use Development State ..." -- 02 July 2021
Monessen CTC to Celebrate 20th Anniversary -- "By Lois Thomson Monessen Communities That Care (CTC) will be celebrating its ..." -- 02 July 2021
Belle Vernon Rotary Welcomes New President -- "June 24 marked Belle Vernon Rotary's "Changing of the Guard" when President Tom ..." -- 02 July 2021
West Mifflin VFW Members Earn Top Surgeon Awards ... -- "By Michael P. Mauer VFW District 29 PAO Two Mon Valley veterans were ..." -- 02 July 2021
Volunteer Helps Set Up Children's Corner in City ... -- "On Thursday, May 27, volunteer, Lisa Anne Harmon, spent several hours at City ..." -- 02 July 2021
Cal U to Host National Rural Social Work ... -- "California University of Pennsylvania will host the virtual event July 14-16 ..." -- 02 July 2021
Fundraising Underway for Brentwood’s Traditional ... -- "By Matthew Peaslee One of the area’s most-famous Fourth of July ..." -- 02 July 2021
The "Bocce Babes" Are Back in Action -- "The "Bocce Babes" are rolling once again in 2021! These ladies had to take ..." -- 02 July 2021
3rd Annual Railroad - Street Fair Set for July 4 ... -- "The young people of the Monongahela Youth Main Street Program (M.y. Main St.) ..." -- 02 July 2021

Religion

When people think about clergy and how they came to their calling, they might begin to think about their backgrounds, experiences, college majors and even what they did in earlier careers. Some might imagine a liberal arts major who studied history and religion. Others might think about a psychology major who spent time as a social worker. Chances are, though, that people may not think about individuals who majored in business and worked in the corporate world before feeling their call.

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The Clothes 4U ministry of the First United Methodist Church, 200 State Street, Belle Vernon, will be open to the public on Tuesday, March 9 and Tuesday March 23 (weather permitting) from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.   We ask that you wear your mask and practice social distancing while on the premises.   We will be accepting donations at that time. Please remember, if you have an immediate need or wish to drop off donations, please call the church office with your request (724-929-4696) and we will do our best to serve you on an individual basis. Thank you for your continued support of this ministry. Read more...

St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, located on Sixth Street in Monongahela will begin the season of Great Lent on Monday, March 15. The schedule of Lenten services for the first week include: Read more...

Parishioners at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Canonsburg, Pa., celebrated Christmas early by gathering outside for carols and Holy Eucharist on Saturday, December 19.

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St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, Sixth Street, Monongahela announces services for the Nativity of Christ (Christmas) and the Epiphany of our Lord. The church is one of several in western Pennsylvania that retains the ancient Julian calendar in the celebration of Feastdays.

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