On Oct. 7, over 1,500 Life Chains will again line local sidewalks building a nationwide prayer vigil to ask for God’s divine assistance in saving lives and changing hearts.

Part of the changes under consideration includes demolishing the century-old building that used to serve as the parish church to make way for a spiritual life center. 

"The Heavens are glad because you are here," Rabbi Ron Isaacs said May 11. The Herald attended a Friday evening service, welcoming the Sabbath and celebrating Jerusalem Day, with the congregation and friends of Beth Judah Temple.

On April 6-8, Pastor Bob Rogish and congregation of the First Baptist Church of Anglesea celebrated its 120th anniversary.

Rejoicing Spirits is an inclusive, meaningful Christian worship service that welcomes, embraces, and celebrates the gifts of our brothers and sisters with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

Grace Baptist Church of Rio Grande has a new pastor, Joseph Basso, Sr., and invites you to meet him and his family this Sunday, Feb. 18 at 11 a.m.

For anyone who wishes to receive ashes on Ash Wednesday, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church will be at Castaway Café on Bayshore Road in the Villas on Feb. 14 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. for ashes-to-go. 

A world traveling minister from the Midwest has settled in Cape May after a busy early career that included teaching and preaching on three distant continents of Asia, Africa, and Europe.

Members of Beth Judah Temple, Wildwood, and Tabernacle United Methodist Church, Erma, plan to hold a Peace and Unity Service Feb. 3 at 6 p.m. at Tabernacle United Methodist Church.

For the second year in a row Our Lady of Good Counsel Church from the Saint Damien Parish in Ocean City have provided CARA, The Coalition Against Rape and Abuse, with toys for the annual holiday give-a-way.

With a "long history" of family in Cape May County and relatives on "almost all the islands except Stone Harbor," the Rev. Rachel Semovoski made family history as the new pastor of Our Saviour Lutheran Church.