Antelope Road Christian Fellowship is asking for community volunteers to help with a cleanup effort of a vacant field next to the church at Antelope Road and Old Auburn Road.
By Citrus Heights resident Michael Bullington–
My memories of Good Friday observance are rooted in my childhood when my family, relatives and friends would make the trip to church to follow the Stations of the Cross…
By Rylie Friesen–
A recent change in name of a large and visible church on Sylvan Road has left some residents wondering why the change was made.
By Mike Hazlip—
Following a successful outdoor movie showing of “Toy Story” last month, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Citrus Heights plans to continue hosting drive-in movie nights each month.
By Mike Hazlip—
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Citrus Heights is planning its first “Food Truck Friday” for Feb. 26, inviting community members to an outdoor screening of Toy Story.
By Mike Hazlip— Local churches are resuming in-person services amid a drop in COVID-19 hospitalizations and a recent Supreme Court ruling allowing congregations to reopen indoors. The latest statistics from Sacramento County Public Health show a consistent decline in the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU cases since mid-January. Currently,[Read More…]
The proposed site for a new 34,000-square-foot church building on Auburn Boulevard has a controversial and less-than-sacred past, according to historical records and interviews.
After several years of talk, formal plans are moving ahead for a proposed 3-plus acre church campus on Auburn Boulevard across from Rusch Park.