Tag: Redeemer Lutheran Church

Were walking (yes indeed) right back to Greenville with a T. Image courtesy of Cookie Bakery.

Can Cookies Really Walk?

  Saturday will see the 25th Annual Cookie Walk sponsored by the women of United Presbyterian Church of Greenville. Construction and weather have caused the cookie walk to be moved to Redeemer Lutheran Church at 2311 Ridgecrest (the church just west of Coker-Matthews). The cookies will be ready to walk […]

Paige Thomas and Aidan Boland prepare a sandwich for a drive up customer waiting at the window. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Community Partner – Panera Bread

Johann Krause, Panera Bread- Greenville General Manager, said “There has been a big improvement over sandwich making at Panera Bread.  The Panini pressing grills were retired and four Turbo-Chef Convection Ovens have replaced them. This allows us to prepare specialty sandwiches approximately five minutes faster”. The Greenville Store opened their […]

Pancakes for the community at Redeemer Lutheran Church this Sunday. Clip art is public domain.

Shrove Tuesday on Sunday

Many Christian churches and secular establishments celebrate Shrove Tuesday.  It is called Fat Tuesday along the American Gulf Coast. The tradition comes from families using up all of the treats in their kitchen cupboards in the form of pancakes, ready to start Lent the next day.  Lent symbolizes the 40-days […]

The live nativity scene will be held on the north side of the courthouse while Ridgecrest Baptist Church is undergoing renovation. File photo by Jim Satterwhite for Hunt County News.

Christmas Eve Services in Hunt County

Most churches in Hunt County will have a Christmas Eve Service Sunday night.  Hunt County News tried to contact most but many did not return calls.  We urge our readers to go on-line and check the Greenville Herald Banner, Commerce Journal and the Quinlan-Tawakoni News for the latest scheduled services. […]

Guy Hill is a favorite in Greenville and Royse City. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Praise Music

Several years ago one wise sage observed that Sunday mornings were the most segregated gatherings in America.  He was speaking of church services. That was not the case Sunday afternoon at the Texan Theater. Pastor Deborah Leone and young Dylan McNeil started the praise festival off with a reading from […]