When Hazel Wallace, 10, hit the water as she sped down a zip line at Camp Lee on Wednesday, she created a huge spray and a noisy splash. Upon walking out of the lake, she smiled and gave the thumbs-up sign to everyone gathered on the shore.
On Saturday, Alexandria’s Covenant Life Ministries will be hosting a concert featuring The Isaacs and Jason Crabb at the church’s new Life Central Amphitheater.
The Jacksonville Gospelfest was held last month and was such a success that organizers are moving the event to a larger location for next year.
Perched prominently on a shelf in the Rev. Roland Brown’s Choccolocco Road office is a collection of books that share a singular theme of Christian grace and biblical teachings. It’s no stretch to say they provide a window into the underpinnings of his faith.
On Thursday, 278 members of the state's faith community signed a letter to Gov. Ivey urging her to help the “hundreds of thousands of Alabamians caught in the health coverage gap."
“The need for us has not gone away … and we have more projects coming,” said Nanette Mudiam, executive director of St. Michael’s Medical Clinic in Anniston.
For the second year in a row, the Anniston Islamic Center will sit mostly silent due to the COVID-19 pandemic through Ramadan, but the Islamic community will still rejoice at home, online and through volunteer work.
For the second year in a row, members of Anniston’s Temple Beth El won’t be meeting for Passover because of the pandemic. But Rabbi Lauren Cohn says the meaning behind the holiday is still as relevant as ever.
HEFLIN — One of the world’s most recognizable paintings will be brought to life Sunday morning at the Heflin First United Methodist Church.
John Archibald was 4 or 5 years old when he found a hand grenade while playing in a field near his house in Jacksonville. It was most likely a dummy, he said, left behind by college ROTC students who trained there.