The free event — intended to get audience members thinking and talking civilly about a controversial topic — will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in MU's Hulston Hall.
Congregations from across the Columbia area gathered together to observe Palm Sunday, a holy day one week before Easter, that commemorates Jesus Christ's return to Jerusalem.
Jennifer Valenti and Carrie Cooper, mothers with children who attend Catholic schools, are working to rebuild child-safety measures within the church and have pledged to follow Missouri's mandated reporting law to the letter.
The St. Paul A.M.E. Church was created when Methodist and Baptist churches got together shortly after the Civil War. Today's pastor, the Rev. Mary L. Hull-Lovett, says the present dynamic of the church is not just multigenerational but interracial.
The Relief Society, an organization for women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, just turned 170 years old. Local women in the church had their own celebration.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Lenten season. Some members of the Christian faith receive ashes on their forehead in anticipation of the 40 days of fasting leading up to Easter.
On Ash Wednesday, Columbia Facebook and Twitter users told the Missourian what they are giving up for Lent.
As the Super Bowl draws near, organizations around Columbia are collecting donations for a worthy cause, the Souper Bowl for Caring.
Paul Leddington Wright, an English composer who has directed performances for international dignitaries, directed a performance of his original compositions and arrangements by the Memorial Baptist Church choir on Sunday night.
The Personal Energy Transportation Project, founded in Columbia, sent more than $33,000 worth of donated supplies, including hand-cranked wheelchairs to Nicaragua on Friday.
The issue came to the ACLU's attention after former Chicago Bears team chaplain Ray McElroy, a former NFL defensive back, made several presentations to St. Joseph district schools in October.
The sixth day of Hanukkah was celebrated Sunday at an event at the Chabad House in Columbia.
A Missouri church organized an event that packed more than 600,000 meals for children in Haiti.
Lowe's stands by its decision to pull advertisements during the airing of the TLC show "All-American Muslim."
Roman Catholics are having to adjust to a change in the English translation of Roman Catholic Mass.
Avremi and Channy Lapine are moving to Columbia from Brooklyn, and they are bringing their faith with them. The couple will open up their home as a Chabad-Lubavitch house for the community. Chabad-Lubavitch is a sect of Orthodox Judaism.
After seeing Jeff Copeland perform street magic in Columbia, youth members of Alive in Christ Lutheran Church decided to book him for their lock in.
Muslim workers walked off the job Friday after a disagreement with the management team about prayer time. Muslims are required to pray five times a day at specific times, and they met with management Monday to negotiate a long-term solution.
Two Catholic churches — Sacred Heart and the Newman Center — began sharing priests Aug. 1. As of Sunday, the Rev. Thomas Saucier is pastor for both churches. Despite the double workload and growing pains, the priest's enthusiasm is unwavering.