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Bosco prepares for Thanksgiving

Hundreds of people will be spending their Thanksgiving at the Edmundite Missions’ Bosco Nutrition Center with their adopted “family.” “The people that come in here ... Read more

4 years ago by Alaina Denean Deshazo.

Longtime tradition, ‘The Messiah’ preps for performance

The Selma Choral Society has been performing “The Messiah” for 69 years, and many of those performing have a long tradition of kicking off their ... Read more

4 years ago by Alaina Denean Deshazo.

Leika’s students give thanks

Thanksgiving is next Thursday, but the children at Leika’s Preschool wasted no time Friday saying their thanks. Read more

4 years ago by Alaina Denean Deshazo.

Cater to retire from Cornerstone Presbyterian

Sara Cater has spent much of her life at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church playing the organ and acting as choir director. Read more

4 years ago by Alaina Denean Deshazo.

Time to fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child

Christmas is only a little over a month away, and many children that have never been given a gift before will be receiving a surprise ... Read more

4 years ago by Staff Reports.

Shelves stocked at outreach alliance

The Christian Outreach Alliance held its third annual Stock the Shelves fundraiser Friday, and people came out to support the cause by donating money and ... Read more

4 years ago by Staff Reports.

Run For Kenya helps fund Integrity Worldwide missions

Runners in Integrity Worldwide’s Run for Kenya only ran a few miles on Saturday, but they helped make a world of difference thousands of miles ... Read more

4 years ago by Daniel Evans.

Integrity race medals designed in Meto

Integrity Worldwide’s Run for Kenya, set to take place in downtown Selma Saturday, is handing out something a little different this year to the winners. Read more

4 years ago by Staff Reports.

Integrity Worldwide back from Meto

Since she was 12 years old, Selma resident Kenzie Horton has sponsored a student in Meto, Kenya. Read more

4 years ago by Emily Enfinger.

Green Street Baptist finds way forward after collapse

It’s been almost a month since the roof of Green Street Baptist Church collapsed shortly after a Wednesday night Bible study. Read more

4 years ago by Chelsea Vance.

Church celebrates 200th anniversary

The smell of fresh paint filled the halls of Valley Creek Presbyterian Church on Thursday as workers pushed through renovation projects in preparation for the ... Read more

4 years ago by Emily Enfinger.

Church reenacts Passion of Christ

Members of several local churches participated in the 25th annual Walk to Calvary, a re-enactment of Jesus’ journey to the cross. Read more

4 years ago by Emily Enfinger.

Duke students tour Jewish temple

Temple Mishkan Israel on Broad Street doesn’t hold regular services anymore, but it’s going to be busy over the next couple weeks. Read more

4 years ago by Justin Fedich.

Pastors come together to address gun violence

Community pastors are coming together to take a stand against violence in Selma. Read more

4 years ago by Chelsea Vance.

St. Paul’s sponsors weekly soup series during Lent

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church kicked off a Lenten lunch and lecture series on Wednesday with a guest speaker from Birmingham. Read more

4 years ago by Staff Reports.

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