Religion
  • This is a listing of Grayson County churches that wish to be posted on North Texas e-News. You will find the name, address and phone number of the church followed by the pastor's name and website address.
  • This is a listing of Fannin County churches that wish to be posted on North Texas e-News. You will find the name, address and phone number of the church followed by the pastor's name and website address.
  • RRUU meets at 515 N. Burnett in Denison, one block north of Morton. All are welcome at RRUU's services.
  • Stonebridge United Methodist Church is in the midst of a new sermon series titled "Where the Rubber Meets the Road." The series is all about putting our Christian faith into action and being the hands and feet of Christ in the world. After Sunday worship, the entire congregation gathered together to assemble trailmix in support of The SoupMobile, a Dallas based homeless ministry.
  • "Riffs on the Fifth Principle" is the topic of Anita Mills's talk at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church on Sunday at 11:15 a.m. The Fifth Principle (of the Seven Principles which Unitarian Universalists agree upon) refers to the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process. Mills is a lifelong Unitarian and a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff (Dallas), where she served for two years as President, and currently serves as President of the North Texas Unitarian Universalist Congregational cluster. She will discuss the intertwining of conscience and democracy and ways citizens can make their beliefs heard.
  • Evangelist Mike Courtney will be the speaker and music by Rita Fulmer.
  • On April 24, the First Baptist Church in McKinney audience will hear the masterful Beethovenís 9th Symphony performed be Maestro Jason Lim and the Frisco Chorale directed by Kendall Carter.
  • Please join us on May 16, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. for the historic Bethlehem Baptist Church's annual Spring musical. Musical guests from Sherman, Denison, Greenville, Ladonia and Oklahoma will perform.
  • Red River Unitarian Universalist Church will hear the Rev. Doug Strong speak on the Topic "Keeping the Controversy Alive" during its 11:15 a.m. service on Sunday. A retired UU minister and a member of the RRUU congregation, Rev. Strong will address the intentional bias, misrepresentation, and negativity sometimes seen in political ads and other messages that create doubt and confusion, and suggestions for fighting back against false claims.
  • 7:00 p.m. Saturday, May 9, 2015
    Tickets: $10.00 in advance $12.00 at door
  • Led by the church's Worship Team and including music performed by guest musicians, the service will feature a uniquely UU ritual called flower communion. RRUU meets at 515 Burnett Ave., one block north of Morton St. in Denison, and all are welcome at church events.
  • It is once again time for the Forge Men's Conference set for Sunday, April 12. The event will start at 3 p.m. with a brief welcome ceremony and then we will get right into a couple of hours a "guy stuff" like skeet shooting, archery, golf, basketball, dominoes, washers, and much more. There is something for all ages and all skill levels. Come join the fun whether you are an expert or just want to try something for the first time. You can bring your own shotguns, bows, and clubs are there will be some available for all to use. Next we will have a delicious Bar-b-q dinner followed by worship with the Adam West band. The afternoon will close with Baylor All Southwest Conference and retired NFL quarterback Neal Jeffrey delivering the keynote address. All men and boys age 12 and up are invited to attend.
  • The Rev. Don Fielding will speak on the topic "Miracles" at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday. The fourth and last in his series of "Sunrise Reflections" about the thought and works of philosopher Chet Raymo, Rev. Fielding's talk will examine both religious miracles, such as the Shroud of Turin, and scientific ones, such as the flight of juvenile Red Knots (a sandpiper-like bird). Rev. Fielding is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister, having served congregations in Denton and Oak Cliff, TX. This is Share-the-Plate Sunday, with all undesignated cash in the collection going to Texoma Earth Day Festival, an area-wide event that focuses on the environment and ways to preserve the earth's finite resources; RRUU is the festival's main sponsor.
  • A concert by award-winning recording artist Cornell Kinderknecht will be the 11:15 program on Sunday at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church. Kinderknecht is world-renowned as a flutist and performer on historic and ethnic woodwind instruments from cultures around the world. He plays many styles of instrumental music, including symphonic, chamber, pop, jazz, and folk, and performs some original contemporary pieces. He has performed at such venues as Carnegie Hall, the amphitheater at Zion Canyon, Meyerson symphony Center, and the AT&T Dallas Cowboys Stadium.
  • Palm Sunday: Sunday, March 29 - We will commemorate the Messiah's entrance into Jerusalem with the children leading a palm procession at the 11:00 a.m. worship service.