Confusing Names, Cornerstone Demise Top May’s Report

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CHICAGO, IL (June 4, 2012) – Changes in names, ownerships, and an iconic rock festival predominated the most-read Covenant News Service stories in May.

Possible confusion over the names of a new Presbyterian group and the Covenant led the former to change their name. Bethany Covenant Village in Minneapolis changed ownership, and organizers announced this would be the last year for the Cornerstone Festival.

To read the most-read stories, click on the links.

New Presbyterian Group Agrees to Name Change

Bethany Covenant Village to Change Ownership

New Staff Join Covenant Kids Congo Project

Briefs: Historic Church Sold, School Partnership Honored

2012 Last Year for Cornerstone Festival

Bylaw Changes Address Seminary Leader Title

Two at North Park University Receive Fulbright Honors

New NPU Building Named for Nancy and G. Timothy Johnson

Central Conference Welcomes Two Churches

Covenant Companion Honored with 10 Top Awards

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