On June 1 members of First Presbyterian Church, Newhall, flooded Hart Hall with kids and adults, eating, singing, praying and playing. Pastor Bill Barnes estimated that more than 240 family members celebrated the church's 117th birthday.
Chabad of SCV
About a year ago, Senior Pastor Marlon Saunders believed God spoke to him about establishing a church in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Friendly Valley welcomes new pastor
After more than 13 years of planning, patience and prayer, the leaders and worshipers of Faith Community Church finally got what they were asking for: A permanent home.
You can't spell "fixture" without "fix" and that's what Santa Clarita United Methodist Church will be losing when Pastor Stan Fix leaves the church on Sunday.
The pastor will replace the Rev. Leon Strand of Friendly Valley Community Church, who is retiring after 11 years.
A 150-year-old Torah has found a new home at Congregation Beth Shalom thanks to a donation from members Marianne and David Simon.
The gift was donated in honor of Marianne's parents, Leonard and Nancy Marcus.
Santa Clarita United Methodist Church
FCC celebrates opening of building
Weekly series at New Naz
North Park Community Church's Vacation Bible School will take place Monday through Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Everyone who knew Sarah Rensin believed that she would grow up to become an artist.
'Who do you serve?' topic of UM service
Four years ago, Mark Giganti began to feel a deep sense of emptiness in his life and asked his business associate about how to attain happiness.
Bouquet Canyon Church
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.
A group of believers from more than one dozen churches worked together over the past year toward one common goal, hosting a large music event showcasing contemporary Christian music.
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