Pilgrim Church will host live music by Butch Ross on Jan. 18, at 7 p.m.
The church is at 400 Glenwood Drive, www.pilgrim-church.com.
March 20, 2019
March 19, 2019
March 18, 2019
Over 160 women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the greater Chattanooga area participated in 18 different service projects throughout the community on March 9. The women ... (click for more)
Nationally known authority on spirituality, health and loss, Harold G. Koenig, M.D., will lead “The Book of Life,” an all-day training conference to equip area faith leaders and medical providers ... (click for more)
One of the distinctives about the Bible is its candor, its unvarnished presentation of the failures and foibles of its principal characters. There’s no airbrushing, no whitewashing of even the ... (click for more)
Over 160 women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the greater Chattanooga area participated in 18 different service projects throughout the community on March 9. The women offered support to the Chambliss Center for Children, McKamey Animal Center, the Chattanooga Community Kitchen, Cleveland Summit Apartments, the Humane Educational Society, the Chattanooga Zoo, ... (click for more)
Nationally known authority on spirituality, health and loss, Harold G. Koenig, M.D., will lead “The Book of Life,” an all-day training conference to equip area faith leaders and medical providers in offering end-of-life care, scheduled for Tuesday, April 2, at the UTC University Center.
Originally for clergy and faith leaders, this year’s conference has been expanded to included ... (click for more)
County Mayor Jim Coppinger charged Wednesday that the sewage treatment issue facing the county "has gotten totally out of control. It has become totally political."
He said, "The people who deal with this every day are telling us one thing and we are responding differently."
The County Commission voted earlier 5-4 not to approve a site on Mahan Gap Road that had been recommended ... (click for more)
A Highland Park woman out looking for her dog was carjacked and strangled, police said.
Police later spotted the vehicle and arrested Kermyca Hester, 18, of 2801 Taylor St., and a juvenile male.
In the incident on Monday evening, the woman said she was in her car on Union Avenue trying to spot the dog when two people came along and said they had seen the dog and would help ... (click for more)
In 1950 there were 12 urban areas in the United States that had one million or more citizens. In 2010, 41 had more than one million in population and this number is projected to grow to 53 by 2030 (Source: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division). And currently more than 85 percent of our population is clustered into cities. Of the ten most ... (click for more)
The American Lung Association in Tennessee is grateful to Senator Alexander for opposing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to weaken the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
Mercury causes permanent damage to the brains of babies and unborn children, leading to developmental delays, learning disabilities and birth defects. Power plants also emit more than 80 other ... (click for more)