$600,000 for historic preservation projects

CROWNSVILLE — The Hogan administration last week announced that 10 projects were recently awarded funds by the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) through the Historic Preservation Capital Grant Program, which assists brick-and-mortar historic preservation projects across Maryland. MHT, an agency of the Maryland Department of Planning, received more than 40 applications for projects competing for $600,000 […]

Church bulletin, June 17, 2020

St. Mary Refuge of SinnerMass resumed at Refuge of Sinner (Minnette Mills Dick Hall) on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Congregants are asked to follow health guidelines, including maintaining a distance of six feet from one another, and wearing masks.The Spanish-language mass is being held at 6 p.m. on Sundays, with the same protocols. St. Mary […]

Baptist camp postponed

CAMBRIDGE — Pastor David Talley released the following statement on May 20, regarding the postponement of Delmarva Baptist Camp:It is with deep sadness and regret that I write to inform you that CAMP 2020 will be postponed until 2021. After spending time in prayer, in patience, in planning, in seeking for advice, in considering the […]

Hogan, faith leaders discuss safe public worship

ANNAPOLIS — The Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives convened a workgroup of faith-based leaders across the state representing a broad array of faiths and denominations to discuss the Governor’s vision for reopening the economy based on the criteria outlined in his plan, “Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery.” The Faith-Based Workgroup provided a report with recommendations […]

Hurlock church feeds area’s hungry families

HURLOCK — Cars lined a street in Hurlock on April 25, as drivers waited for a turn to receive chicken donated by Perdue Farms and distributed by members of the Greater Full Gospel Church Of God In Christ Jesus, Inc. The event was in response to recent heightened need created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many […]

Bethel AME to get $100,000 grant for rehab

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works on April 22 unanimously approved a grant of $100,000 for the rehabilitation of the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church at 623 Pine St. in Cambridge. The Eastern Shore Network for Change Inc. (ESNC) will receive the funds from the Maryland Historical Trust’s African American Heritage Preservation Program. […]

Bethel AME to get $100K grant for rehab

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works on April 22 unanimously approved a grant of $100,000 for the rehabilitation of the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church at 623 Pine St. in Cambridge. The Eastern Shore Network for Change Inc. will receive the funds from the Maryland Historical Trust’s African American Heritage Preservation Program. It […]

Stewards for Streams engages faith community

WYE MILLS — ShoreRivers has received funding from the Chesapeake Bay Trust to expand the faith-based conservation program, Stewards for Streams, to Queen Anne’s County congregations. Stewards for Streams is a partnership between two nonprofit organizations: ShoreRivers, which protects and restores Eastern Shore waterways; and Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, which has engaged over 300 […]

Church of Nazarene delivers to first responders

CAMBRIDGE — Health-care workers, police officers, firefighters and emergency services crews in Cambridge had meals delivered by volunteers from the Church of the Nazarene early this month. The meals were donated by the city’s Chik fil-A restaurant. The Reverend Richard Prahl, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene said, “We want to show our appreciation, […]

Church Directory, March 4, 2020

AGAPE TEMPLE OF PRAISE AND MINISTRIES 815 Center St., Cambridge Pastor V. Louise Cornish Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Morning Glory. 11 a.m. Youth and Young Adults’ Service. Monday: 6 p.m. Adult Praise Dancers’ rehearsals. 7 p.m. Youth and Young Adults’ rehearsal. Communion WorshipFor information, call 443-225-5162; Fax 443-225-5168; e-mail, agape815@comcast.net. CAMBRIDGE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 97 […]