Many Jews were busy this week, cleaning and preparing their homes and kitchens for Passover. The significant Jewish holiday, which marks the liberation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt, calls for strict dietary guidelines and focuses on themes of oppression and freedom.
Over four weekends in February, Higher Vision hosted special grand opening events at a new location in Santa Paula. The grand opening welcomed nearly 200 people at each weekend event, setting the scene for a strong start to Higher Vision's new satellite campus.
Fifteen years ago Judith Stolnitz moved to Santa Clarita and began looking for a local synagogue to attend. During her search she met Mark Blazer, Rabbi of Temple Beth Ami, and knew Temple Beth Ami was the place for her and her family.
More than 2,500 people will come together at COC's Cougar Stadium on Sunday not to cheer on a local team, but for a special Easter worship service hosted by Crossroads Community Church.
North Oaks Church of Christ in Canyon Country is kicking off their Easter events with a special Easter Celebration next Saturday, that is free and open to the public.
Steadily growing in attendance since 2014, the Higher Vision Passover Seder has become a widely popular event in the Santa Clarita Valley that combines a respect for Jewish tradition and its connection to Christianity and Easter.
Santa Clarita residents have one more month to visit Passages before the traveling Bible artifacts exhibit moves to its permanent location in Washington, D.C.
Oscar Delgadillo, 63, began searching for information about his ancestry, specifically looking at his great-great-grandmother.
More than 100 women gathered Saturday for a special Valentine's event hosted by Heart of the Canyons Church, focusing on the idea of what love looks like.
South Valley Church in Newhall ministered to the community for many years with roots going back to the 1950s. But after a series of staffing changes last year, church members began leaving and South Valley was in need of help.
When Kenneth Kutcher unexpectedly lost his job he was devastated. He had worked for Vons for years. He took what little money he had left and headed to the laundromat to wash his clothes.
January 1, a day that many make resolutions and set goals for the year ahead, maybe lose weight, eat right or exercise more.One church in Santa Clarita is setting big goals and making plans to begin ministries that will reach many more in the valley and beyond.
Santa Clarita Christian Fellowship church in Canyon Country will debut its first feature film, "The Prodigal Song," tonight at a special screening open to the community.
For more than 25 years, a Thanksgiving dinner has been held at the Val Verde Community Center the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. It grew from a small event to what is now the biggest community gathering in Val Verde, and this year, the dinner will feed more than 500 residents.
NorthPark Community Church in Valencia will host Christian music group Cloverton on Nov. 20 in a special concert open to the community.
Barbara Silvers injured her back in an accident years ago. She's had 10 back surgeries since and struggles with constant pain. She hasn't ...
Growing up in Jamaica, Kieth Comrie was raised in the church, accustomed to an exuberant, gospel style of worship. Finding a church with a similar ...
The subject is often taboo and many prefer to suffer in silence rather than speak to others about their experiences. A conference scheduled for next ...
As the school year comes to an end in the next few weeks, parents are focused on how to help entertain children for the summer ...
Vickie Kaplan, 61, is a mother of two and has lived in Santa Clarita for 32 years. She didn't have a bat mitzvah when ...
By Martha Garcia
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