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Learn about the power of gratitude to bring you happiness and success at the Stow Presbyterian Church speaker series on April 3.
History professor Jay Case explains why American Christians are now the minority in their own faith and what it means for the church on March 6 at 7:00 p.m. at Stow Presbyterian Church.
With over thirty years in library ministry, Joyce Kight manages one of the largest Christian lending libraries in the area at Stow Presbyterian Church.
Award-winning sports columnist and author Terry Pluto will share his thoughts on sports and faith at Stow Presbyterian Church on Feb. 6.
A team from Stow Presbyterian Church recently headed to New Jersey to help rebuild after Superstorm Sandy.
Local historian addresses Lincoln's journey to ending slavery as portrayed in Stephen Spielberg's movie.
Learn to protect yourself, and those you love, from identity theft, home improvement scams, predatory loans, and other consumer fraud at a free seminar on December 5.
On any Sunday at SPC, you might see a puppet two singing praise or asking a question about God. Read how this touch of fun engages people in worship.
Special event: Learn about the impact of Christianity on presidential elections and American politics, from JFK to today, at the Stow Presbyterian Church Wednesday Night Speaker Series on Nov. 7.
Witches and ghosts and the walking dead star in a "spooky" sermon series at Stow Presbyterian Church.
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