LDS service missionary Michaela Tucker will be handing over her title to another woman March 11 at...
LDS service missionary Michaela Tucker will be handing over her title to another woman March 11 at Viewmont High School. Since winning her title a year ago, Tucker has gone on to a service mission at the Bishop’s Storehouse for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The penitent will receive imposition of ashes during Ash Wednesday services March 1. Several Northern Utah churches have announced times and invite the public to participate with them as Lent begins, marking 40 weekdays until Easter.
After 25 years, Rick and Jill Minnich are stepping down from the helm of the First Presbyterian Church in Ogden.
Ogden will hold its first refugee foster care orientation at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 2. Catholic Community Services is expanding a program that has been going since the 1970s to include recruitment of Ogden-area families to provide foster care support to children without parents.
Those interested in pioneer history are invited to attend an upcoming convention of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers Hooper. Organizers say anyone may listen in on their meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 4, in Hooper.
At this time of uncertainty in the national government, leaders of area faiths and non-profits hope to lead by example by holding a concert of prayer for Ogden. At their prayer event, they challenged others to pray for their community and said the only true peace comes from God.
A chili fundraiser of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd will warm more than just the participants in the dinner. Funds raised from the event will go to fund the Shepherd’s Bowl Free Community Meal the church serves each Wednesday to the homeless and other area residents.
The sisters of the former St. Benedict’s Monastery returned to Ogden to award the last $1.353 million of their assets.
Pastor Ron Tabor of Grace Bible Ministries is supportive of President Donald Trump's efforts to discourage immigration through an executive order to ban travel. Tabor speaks out in this faith column as he outlines scriptural references in the Bible he says back up his claim.
Those behind a new center for interactive experiences in the Family History Library say they believe children will be so excited to interact with their family tree that they won’t want to go home. The multi-million-dollar project of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is an...