Patch rounds up local Easter Sunday Services in Maryland Heights.
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Writing about your church on Maryland Heights Patch is a great way to reach new and fellow church members or your existing congregation.
Are you passionate about your faith and the church that fosters it? Yes? Great! Maryland Heights Patch is now looking for church writers like you to share news, photos and more from your church. Church writers will be able to write about upcoming church activities, interesting stories from members of your congregation, news out of their respective schools and more! Anyone can write regardless of age and it's a great way to keep your church community in touch. To start writing, just click here. Patch is looking for bloggers from any of the following churches or religious institutions: Is your church missing? We'd still love to have you blog! Just send us the info on the church we are missing and we will make arrangements for you to blog as…
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Daily PatchCast: Woman Dies Following Blaze Near Creve Coeur, Man Arrested in Assault at St. Peters Church and More
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Why 11 a.m. on Sunday mornings is considered the most segregated hour of the week.
Pastor John Sykes of Grace Community Bible Church on Dorsett Road is very proud of his church. One of the few predominantly black churches in Maryland Heights, Grace Community is a place of fellowship. Pastor Sykes and his church have had a peaceful existence in the city, but Grace Community has struggled when it comes to obtaining a diverse membership. "When I first started the ministry years ago, I told my church that God wanted us to have a mixed congregation and I held on to that for many years. But what I found was that it is hard for a black pastor or church leader to gain white followers and other members of different races," he said. "This is because as blacks in the church, we tend to be passionate in our services—we shout, we …