News Articles

Muslims, Christians unite in prayer against violence
About 100 people gathered at the Masjid Al Madina mosque in Hoke County a week after the massacre in New Zealand.
The Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville, NC
March 22, 2019

From pulpits across America, sermons condemn separation of immigrant families
We asked religious leaders: How are you talking to your congregations about the separation
of immigrant parents from their children on the U.S.-Mexico border?

Washington Post, Washington, DC
June 19 2018

Palms to Pines: Pastor and Congregation Seek Common Goals
Aloha! From the Pacific Paradise of Hawaii to the golf paradise of Pinehurst comes Terry Yasuko Ogawa, to pastor a church with open doors and open arms welcoming people of all, little, or no faith
backgrounds; people of differing ages, gender identities and lifestyles.

The Pilot, Southern Pines, NC
June 7, 2018

Madrigal Dinner Supports Needs of Church
It was on one of those cold November days that hovered just above freezing when I met Robert Cox at the Congregational Church of Pinehurst to discuss the Madrigal Dinner he is planning to conduct on Dec. 8-9 as a fundraiser for the church.
The Pilot, Southern Pines, NC
December 2, 2017

One with God in a Many-Splendored Place: Church Celebrates 25 Years of Diversity
Somewhere, over the rainbow, in Pinehurst, stands a white church with a New England steeple, sky-lit sanctuary and contemporary tenets.
The Pilot, Southern Pines, NC
April 28, 2013