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Abandoned Citrus Heights church building leaves behind questions

Citrus Heights United Methodist Church, which operated for more than half a century at 7833 Highland Ave., now has plywood covering the windows and shards of broken glass in several places throughout the grounds. Weeds spring up through cracks in the concrete and the grass has yellowed.

Future unclear for what comes next for historic Citrus Heights church building

By Mike Hazlip— After meeting at 7600 Old Auburn Rd. for years, Pioneer Baptist Church has moved to a new facility in Carmichael, leaving the century-old building available.

Antelope Road Christian Fellowship has changed names. Here’s why

By Mike Hazlip— A prominent Citrus Heights church on Antelope Road is re-branding with a name change that the pastor says better reflects its purpose.

Pioneer Baptist moves from historic Citrus Heights church building

Sentinel staff report-- Pioneer Baptist Church, which had been meeting for years at a century-old church building on Old Auburn Road, has officially moved to a new location in Carmichael.

Local church plans new perimeter fence to stop ongoing vandalism

By Mike Hazlip— After repeated incidents of vandalism, Holy Family Catholic Church is planning to install a perimeter fence.

Church changes course on plan to build across from Rusch Park

After receiving the green light last July from the Citrus Heights Planning Commission to build a new 34,000-square-foot building across from Rusch Park, Pioneer Baptist Church has changed direction in favor of purchasing an existing church building in nearby Carmichael.

Winter shelter program kicks off with hot meals, lodging for homeless

By Mike Hazlip— For the past week, area churches have been working with the Citrus Heights Homeless Assistance Resource Team (HART) to provide a hot meal and warm cot for people who would otherwise be sleeping outside.

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