Local favorite the Rhett Walker Band returns to Augusta on Building 429’s Give Me Jesus Tour, with Finding Favour and Carlos Whittaker. The bands play at Grace Baptist Church, 4945 Hardy McManus Road, Evans, starting at 7 p.m.
He's back with a new song for Passover, which begins Monday evening.
Rabbi David Sirull of Adas Yeshurun Synagogue in Augusta has released a new song for Hanukkah, which ends Sunday.
The song Chanukah Means Dedication! describes how and why the Festival of Lights is celebrates in under two minutes. More Hanukkah coverage.
Have a listen, and Happy Hanukkah!
The life of the Episcopal Order of Saint Helena’s own “flying nun” was celebrated in Augusta on Saturday.
Sister Cornelia Ransom, whose frequent travels to minister in Europe, Asia, Africa and the United States earned her the nickname “the flying nun,” died Tuesday, Nov. 27 from the cumulative effects of Parkinson’s Disease. She was buried at the convent on Saturday.
Reader Marc Gottlieb sent in these photos from the annual Tri-Faith Service of Thanksgiving, held at the Congregation Children of Israel Temple this year.
The annual service invites a Christian, Muslim and Jewish leader, along with their congregations, to a Thanksgiving service that focuses on what the three faiths have in common.
The CenturyMen, a 100-member men’s chorus of professional Christian musicians who are ministers of music, will perform a free concert in Augusta. It's 6:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at First Baptist Church of Augusta, 3500 Walton Way.
The group’s Augusta performance is part of its 2012 Southern concert tour, which begins Friday with the group singing the national anthem at the Atlanta Braves game.