A working list resources that tell about African-American life in York County, Pa.
Here’s a compilation of photo galleries with explanatory captions, and links, of many neat York County places. Some might be new to you.
York County hosts a growing diversity of religious groups. The number of congregations numbers about 500.
York County historically black churches represent important places for spiritual revival, ministry and gathering.
Sacred Heart Basilica – Conewago Chapel – is the Mother Roman Catholic Church in York and Adams counties and also west of the Susquehanna River
You might be familiar with its food festivals, colorful icons and strangely shaped churches, but here are some things about Eastern Orthodox Christianity in York County that you might not know.
Another in a series of posts on the religious scene in York County. From the
Ralph Boyer’s York Gospel Center inspired the rise of large suburban evangelical churches in York County
About 10 years ago, there was a noticeable community discussion on the growth of large, broadly evangelical suburban churches that were non-affiliated with a historic York County and southcentral Pennsylvania Protestant denomination.
H.J. Freezer Co. closing came after the Allied D-Day invasion in northern France, with the outcome of the war on both fronts hanging in the balance
As with COVID-19, controversies that erupt from real or perceived public health threats are endless. History shows decisions around public health are a magnet for controversies.