God has been good to Covington author Joyce Fincher, who has a new inspirational book available online, "He'll Lead You Through Your Sea." It's her testimony of how God has led her through the darkest times of her life, as well as through the happy times. Fincher believes that she is simply God's vessel through whom he has written the story of her experiences. <span ...
A service for teens and young adults, Revolve Church, will have its first session at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19, at Hebron World Church, 7165 Turner Lake Circle in Covington.
Few speakers can command the attention of a group of men like a well-known athlete or coach. When a coach is a man of faith, his words can carry great weight. When that coach is one as respected as University of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt, many people will listen to what he has to say. Richt will share his testimony of how he came to faith in Jesus Christ at a men's event ...
These days it seems rare for a pastor to experience a long tenure at one church. A quarter-century of service is certainly an occasion worth celebrating, and one local church is marking such an achievement: First Presbyterian Church in Covington this weekend is commemorating the 25th anniversary of its pastor, the Rev. Billy Wade.
Proms were always special for Miranda Tamaska.
Oral Roberts University President Dr. Mark Rutland will speak at Prospect United Methodist Church in Covington on Sunday.
Oak Hill Church of Christ on Snapping Shoals Road in Covington is on the verge of expanding its influence and experiencing a new phase in its existence.
Celebrate Recovery, a Christ-centered recovery program for "hurts, habits, and hang-ups," marks its 10th anniversary at Eastridge Community Church at its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Jan. 13.
You can ring in the new year at Calvary Community Church in Conyers.
You have a choice of either a family celebration or a classic observance of Christmas Eve on Friday at The Church of Covington, 11975 Ga. Highway 142 in Oxford.
Christmas is a time of celebration and excitement, with parties, shopping, gift-giving, food, and time with family and friends.
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd on Clark Street will play host to a free handbell concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in the sanctuary.
A quarter-century of work has gone into crafting "O Come Y'all To Covington," a free holiday musical that will have its premiere next week at First United Methodist Church.
Traditional folk hymns of the South are combined with a modern liturgy and presentation of the Biblical Christmas story as Meridian Herald presents its 17th annual Southern Folk Advent at 4 p.m. Saturday at The Old Church at Oxford College.
During the hustle and busyness of the holidays, it's easy to overlook the fact that many people in the community need help.