In January, MPR News got an email from the very well-organized 150th Celebration Committee at Pilgrim Baptist Church, letting us know they’d be celebrating their sesquicentennial in June of 2013. Stephanie Dilworth, co-chair of the committee wrote: “Pilgrim’s history began in 1863. With the help of the Underground Railroad, a group of African American men, Read more →
A Twin Cities man says lying about his age during the World War II Holocaust is the reason he’s alive today. A new play at Mt. Zion Temple in St. Paul tells the story of survival. Read more →
Westminster Presbyterian is making a major move on the Nicollet Mall.
The Shofar helps blow in the Jewish New Year.
Muslim and Sikh community members will share a meal tomorrow in Minneapolis in the wake of the temple shootings.
Catholics who oppose a marriage amendment which would effectively block same sex marriage in Minnesota hold a kick-off event this Sunday. The Catholic Bishops strongly support the amendment.
A south Minneapolis church is leveled by fire but the congregation will hold a neighborhood picnic today anyway.
It’s voting time for the Minnesota Idea Open.
“Question One”, a documentary exploring Maine’s experience voting on marriage in 2009, could offer a preview of what Minnesota voters can expect.
The Archbishop cancels his appearance at the Minneapolis Lutheran Bishop’s installation, recalling an earlier chapter of Catholic-Lutheran relations apparently getting too friendly.