Browsing: Parkesburg Churches

Meet Will Groben

“Premier Khrushchev, during the Russian missile crises, took off his shoe and hit the pulpit. I’m not that guy,” said pastor Will Groben. “I have to be authentic.” And he is. Ordained at the Northwest Bible


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A Passionate Pastor

Jeff Nagorny, the new pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Parkesburg, has much to offer Parkesburg. Knowledge. Nagorny became a Master of Divinity at Palmer Theological Seminary and ordained at Lancester Theological Seminary. He passed the


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The summer of 2013 will be known a the summer of construction across the Octorara region. There’s the new turf and soon be installed bleachers at Octorara’s W. Gene Davis Memorial Field, Lancaster General $15M out


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George Gregory writing for CatholicPhilly.com penned a wonderful article about the celebratory  Mass presided over by Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput marking the 175th anniversary of St. Malachi Church in Cochranville.  St. Malachi was established in


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Don’t look now but The Point’s roof is being raised presumably to accommodate the full-sized basketball court being shoe-horned into the west end of the old grocery story at the end of Main Street on the


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This week’s Find It Friday got me thinking about pictures I took last December with my iPhone of Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church’s stained glass windows. According to the church website, the windows are 105 years old


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Its been several months since we’ve had an update about The Point’s building project at the end of Main Street so here’s a quick summary. First, The Point’s efforts to raise over $1 Million dollars to


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By Casey Jones of Parkesburg Successful Job Searches will be the topic at the Monday, June 3, meeting of a free Greater Chester County networking and support group for job-seekers. Alumni of the Barnabas Group, named


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LancasterOnline continued their coverage of Octorara Area School District yesterday with an article noting Superintendent Tom Newcome’s appreciation of community faith-based groups. In a statement to school board members Monday evening Newcome noted faith-based groups like


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