Christians from around the area will gather at Burns Memorial United Methodist Church at 10 a.m. Friday to commemorate the walk Jesus took more than 2,000 years ago.
Palm Sunday seems tailor-made for anyone who has ever gotten their hopes up, ever dreamed that their life could be different or the world could be different, only to see those hopes and dreams smashed.
Students sat alongside Interfaith Fellowship of Augusta members and others in four circles at Paine College Wednesday to discuss religion on college campuses.
Have you ever thought about the importance of communication? I'm not talking about e-mailing, texting, posting on Facebook or other technological forms of communicating; I'm talking about good old-fashioned talking.
The Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship in America meets every Wednesday at noon at Golden Corral Restaurant, 231 Bobby Jones Expressway.
The altar at Sacred Heart Cultural Center glowed a hot pink Monday as the strains of Michael Jackson's "Beat It" echoed off the ornate, domed ceilings. Then Electric Cathedral began in earnest.
In the darkened gymnasium at the Islamic Society of Augusta Community Center, a clip from the Fox television show "Bones" plays on a projector screen. It's used as a teaching tool by a production company aiming to promote interfaith understanding.
On Saturday, St. Mary on the Hill Catholic Church in Augusta will present a Celtic celebration. On Sunday, Simple Faith, a group from Northern Ireland, will perform at Trinity Baptist Church in Martinez.
Every one of us must undergo trouble sooner or later, and just as surely as we must endure trouble, we must also endure the well-meaning but misguided remarks of those attempting to comfort us.
Wayne Player will share personal stories of growing up as Gary Player's son, as well as his own testimony of faith at this year's Masters Week Prayer Breakfast.