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.
Several dozen young people and college-age students from various area churches descended on the high-traffic intersection of Sunrise Boulevard and Greenback Lane for several hours on Saturday to voice their opposition to abortion.
The coronavirus pandemic and smoke-filled skies from California’s wildfires have made traditional in-person gatherings a challenge for many churches, but with smoke clearing in recent days one large church in Citrus Heights has resumed offering outdoor services.
A statue of Mary was found beheaded and a large swastika was spray painted on a prominent monument of the Ten Commandments outside Holy Family Catholic Church on Old Auburn Road last week.
Volunteers with Church of the Harvest handed out hundreds of individually wrapped ice cream snacks to a line-up of cars in Citrus Heights Wednesday night in an effort to bring hope during the pandemic.
Churches in Citrus Heights and across California are responding in different ways to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest health order which includes a ban on indoor worship services to limit the spread of COVID-19.