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.
  • First Christian Church, 780 N.E. 20th, Paris, Texas - free concert
  • Honey Grove Cowboy Church invites you to join them at the 1st Annual Archery and Turkey Shoot Competition Saturday, September 27. Starts at 4 and last til dark. $20 entry fee. Equipment will be provided by the Cowboy Church for the Archery Competition. Bring your own guns and ammo for the Turkey Shoot. We ask that you only use stock choke shotguns.
  • On Sunday, September 14, First United Methodist Church of Bonham will celebrate its 170th anniversary. In 1844, only one year after Bonham was designated as the county seat of Fannin County, The First Methodist Church held its first meeting in a log cabin one block east of the town square. It was the first church to be established in Bonham, Texas.
  • The annual "In-Gathering Celebration" will be held at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church at 11:15 a.m. Sunday, with a "water communion" to mingle water that congregants have brought back from summer travels. Church officers for the new church year will also be installed. This is "Share the Plate Sunday," with all undesignated cash in the collection being contributed to Grayson County Shelter in Dension. An all-church potluck will follow the service.
  • Janice Smith of First Baptist Church of Trenton and Larry Standlee of Fannin County Historical Commission
  • "Humanist Heroes Who Didn't Know They Were Either" is the topic of a sermon on video that will be shown at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church on Sunday at 11:15 a.m. Delivered by two ministers working in the San Diego area -- the Rev. Jim Grant, a consulting minister, and Kristen Kuriga, the Social Justice and South Bay Ministry team coordinator -- the sermon compares the saving of Jewish children in the 1930s to the saving of immigrant children crossing into the USA today.
  • GriefShare grief recovery seminar and support group: Meets at First Baptist Church of Commerce, Texas, each Monday evening from 6 to 8 p.m., beginning Sept. 8 and continuing through Dec. 8, 2014. The church is located at 1401 Washington, just south of the Commerce square.
  • Our first meeting of this school year will be Sept 4. We would love for you to join us. We meet on Thursday mornings at 8:00 at Seventh and Main Baptist Church located 617 N Main Street in Bonham.
  • The Shouting Sister celebrates its debut performance on Friday and Saturday, August 29 and 30, 2014, at Sherman’s Kidd-Key Auditorium. Performance times are 7:00 p.m. on Friday and two performances on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
  • Homecoming celebrates the history of the church and Flower Mound and recognizes those who attended the original Donald School. The church was founded in 1854 by Reverend Matthew B. Donald. The school was founded in 1877 and named for the Donald family who were among the first families to settle in the Flower Mound area and helped to develop the community.
  • "My Near Life Experience" is the topic of a talk by Peter Nichols at 11:15 a.m. Sunday at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church. Nichols is currently a massage therapist in Dallas and is working toward a doctorate in clinical psychology. His talk will focus on the months he spent in the Parkland Hospital Burn Ward and Parkland Infectious Diseases Ward, which he describes as "the best thing that ever happened to me!" RRUU meets at 515 N. Burnett Ave. in Denison, one block north of Morton St. A nursery is provided, and all are welcome at church events.
  • "Why Religion Is Still Necessary" is the topic of Dr. Elbert Hill's sermon at 11:15 a.m. Sunday at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church.