Early holiday boutique
Afrizo is catching. Audiences catch laughter, singing, dancing, clapping, stomping and good times.
Alternative Gift Fair
There was a point in his life when Saugus resident Gary Crosslin believed he would smoke marijuana for the rest of his life.
A mom is dying. A child is sneaking out and taking drugs. A husband wants a fast car and a younger wife.
A crowd of people - many with arms raised and eyes closed - surrounded the stage where Phil Wickham and his band members played.
As the sun sets Oct. 31 and trick-or-treaters permeate haunted houses and local neighborhoods, hosts of congregants around the Santa Clarita Valley will partake in Halloween alternatives with their churches.
Alternative gift fair
When Bret Wims finished reading Rick Warren's "The Purpose Driven Life" four years ago, the Santa Clarita man knew he was being called to make a difference in the world.
Joy women's study
Who: Grace Baptist Church
Congregation Beth Shalom of the Santa Clarita Valley will welcome recording artist and popular Jewish music composer Craig Taubman to Santa Clarita on Nov. 14.
It's almost like Sunday school, but doesn't take place at church.
Commissioning of church leader, ministry assistant
Kay Thatcher's favorite part about travelling outside the country is conversing with locals of whatever land she finds herself in. Most of all, she enjoys sitting at a café and chatting with a foreign waitress.
Ivan Del Cid was a victim of a violent crime and was shot in the back five times. He lost the use of his legs and was confined to a wheelchair. He became depressed and saddened by his prognosis, until he began to attend Vida Real.
Last month parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help welcomed a new senior pastor to lead the congregation.
Next Sunday, more than 2,000 children and their parents will flock to Iglesia Vida Real to receive backpacks and school supplies in preparation for the start of the school year.
Fireworks and barbecues are all part of traditions for the Fourth of July holiday in Santa Clarita. Churches around the valley decided the holiday could be more than that for churchgoers and community members alike.
This summer thousands of children will laugh, dance, throw water balloons, make crafts and sing, all while learning about God's love for them.
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