Religion

Religion

Church still waiting on reward for Pendleton case tip

EDDYVILLE — Two days after John Kunath told police he believed Dracy Pendleton had broken into his church, the man who shot a Mahomet police officer was spotted near the church cemetery and died in a gunfight.

Two years later, Kunath, 74, has yet to receive a penny of the FBI's $10,000 reward or the Champaign County Crime Stoppers' $1,000 reward, and he doesn't understand why.

Religion calendar, July 13-20, 2018

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Clergy Corner, July 13, 2018

When high school students return to St. Thomas More this fall, they will be greeted by a new chaplain.

Last month, the Rev. ERIC BOLEK transferred from St. Jude Catholic Church in Peoria to Champaign, where he'll serve as parochial vicar at St. Matthew Church as well as St. Boniface in Seymour.

Entertainment listings, July 12-19, 2018

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This weekend

HISTORIC FARM DAYS

Danville church's community-outreach effort bearing fruit — and vegetables

DANVILLE — Residents can now enjoy zucchini and kohlrabi fresh from the garden courtesy of the First Assembly of God Church.

Don Follis | Love is strongest element in our 40-year marriage

Late in the afternoon 40 years ago today, I pulled my light-blue 1974 Ford LTD onto Interstate 17 and headed north out of Phoenix. At 10 a.m. that morning, my bride and I were married at Central Christian Church in Mesa, just east of Phoenix. She sat next to me on the car's navy vinyl bench seat.

Signing tour announced for C-U at Home founder's new book

CHAMPAIGN — Melany Jackson, the founder and former head of C-U at Home, will make local four stops on a signing tour for her new book, "More than Enough: Miraculous Provision Revealed through C-U at Home for Our Friends Without an Address."

Paperback copies of the book will be available, and it is also available on Kindle through Amazon.com.

Clergy Corner, July 6, 2018

If you had a bit of extra cash, would you put it in your church's collection basket or take your family out to dinner?

If you chose the restaurant meal, you'd be far from alone.

Religion calendar, July 6-13, 2018

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Entertainment listings, July 5-12, 2018

EVENTS

This weekend

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMER BLOCK PARTIES

What: Block party fun. Inflatables, face painting, lawn games, live performances including CUperStars, interactive music by DJ Fireproof and many more activities.

When: 5 to 7 p.m. July 6.

Where: Johnston Park, Champaign.

Cost: Free.