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The volunteers open their homes, meet at coffee shops or even workplaces to facilitate weekly church services, which are streamed over the web, like Netflix.
A delegation from the Presbyterian church as well as international activists participated in the march against the sale of Beit al-Baraka, a hospital which provided medical services to Palestinians as part of al-Baraka church services.
October 30, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudanese president Salva Kiir has resumed attending church services following a nine-month absence after a senior priest criticised his administration during a service, saying he was responsible for the "mess" in the country
Church services have always been held on Sundays and parishioners should not be inconvenienced by football supporters.
Some church services begin on Maundy Thursday and are followed by Good Friday and Easter Sunday services.
Visiting hours and church services will be held at The First Church in Roxbury, 10 Putnam St.
Islamist sect Boko Haram has often attacked church services in Nigeria, split roughly evenly between Christians and Muslims.
The tune used in most church services today is one of many variations played over the carol's 300-year history.
According to Prof Dibble, carols - many of which have folk roots - were considered too secular for inclusion in church services.
Across the 1,500-square mile fire zone, residents and friends gathered at church services to pray for the dead.
A VICAR who told colleagues she was a swinger and also turned up to several church services drunk was last night banned from any role in the clergy for at least 12 years.
MILITARY parades, church services and other celebratory events were held all over Cyprus yesterday to commemorate Greece's 1821 revolt against Ottoman rule.
He, his wife and their 13-year-old son, Justin, are living near the parish hall, where church services are being held.
On the other hand, "scorn or hatred" of homosexual persons is condemned; and their participation in Church services is encouraged on condition that they strive for a life of chastity.
Isaac Watts's hymns by African slaves during the slave masters church services and how this impacted the black Baptist services and African American music genres in the United States.