Dr. Stan Moody, President of Columbia Street Project (CSP), and Janet Robbins, owner of North Wind Publishing, announced today a partnership to create the publishing arm of CSP, Columbia Street Press. Its first publication was released on Monday, June 12: Wisdom for Our Sons: Straight Talk from a… Read More
    Six bell choirs will participate in a Spring Ring Handbell Festival, Saturday May 13, 4:00 pm at the Brewer First Congregational Church, 35 Church St., Brewer. Participating bell choirs are from the Hampden Highlands United Methodist Church, Church of Universal Fellowship in Orono, First Congregational Church in Lincoln,… Read More
    United Farmer Veteran’s Farm to Table community breakfast Saturday, March 11, featuring farm fresh eggs, homemade bread, hash browns, sausage, bacon, made to order pancakes, waffles, eggs/omelets and more. This community meal is open to the public for donations if possible to help cover the cost of the… Read More
    Jerry Ireland, Executive Director of United Farmer Veterans of Maine (UFV), and Dr. Stan Moody, Director of Columbia Street Project (CSP) and Senior Pastor of Columbia Street Baptist Church, announced today a formal partnership between the two non-profit corporations. According to Ireland, the new relationship will… Read More
    Dr. Stan Moody, Senior Pastor of Columbia Street Baptist Church and Director of the Columbia Street Project (CSP), is pleased to announce the graduation ceremony of the first Expressive Filmmaking Workshop, a collaborative job training partnership between CSP and the Master Media Arts program at the University of… Read More
    Sept. 30, 2016. Bangor, Maine. Rev. Dr. Stan Moody, Director of the Columbia Street Project (CSP) at 45 Columbia St., announced today a collaborative initiative with the University of Maine Master of Fine Arts Program. “On October 11, we will begin a 6-week Video Production Workshop at our… Read More
    The Hyssongs will be in concert at Columbia Street Baptist Church, Saturday, August 20 at 7:00 pm. Doors open at 6 p.m. Join Dell, Susan and Richard Hyssong as they present an evening of Southern Gospel music. They have had many top 40 songs on the Southern Gospel… Read More
    A resource and vision-setting day for women living in downtown Bangor as part of the Crossroads for Women leadership project. Events of the day will include a resource fair of non-profit organizations serving the needs of women and children, financial workshops, arts activities, health screenings, and locally grown… Read More
    The Columbia Street Project, Food and Medicine, and Columbia Street Baptist Church are partnering to present “Girls’ Day Out”, a resource and vision-setting day for women living in downtown Bangor as part of the Crossroads for Women leadership project. Event will take place on Saturday, May 21 from… Read More
    Join 3 area churches at Thomas Hill Standpipe, 6:00 am to celebrate Easter. Hosted by Columbia Street Baptist, Essex Street Baptist and First Baptist Churches. Read More
    Celebrate our Risen Savior at our Easter morning service, 10:15 am, Columbia Street Baptist Church, 63 Columbia Street, Bangor. Read More
    Mr. Lynn is a recent graduate from Bob Jones University with a BA in Piano Performance and Pedagogy. A member of the Music Teachers National Association, he also studied church music at Northland International University. He has served as pianist and accompanist at numerous churches throughout the country… Read More
    BANGOR — Cass Clemmer of the organization We Will Speak Out will give an informative presentation at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, at Columbia Street Baptist Church, 63 Columbia St. A pot luck dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Cass’s work includes raising awareness of… Read More