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California to pay $2M church legal fees over virus closures

LOS ANGELES — The state of California has agreed not to impose greater coronavirus restrictions on church gatherings than it does on retail establishments...
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Hemet San Jacinto Interfaith Council encourages community to attend houses of worship

The Interfaith Council of Hemet and San Jacinto in a recent news release urged residents of all faiths to “attend a house of worship”...

Families can navigate Easter celebrations in the era of social distancing

TEMECULA – Holidays have been celebrated differently since the outbreak of COVID-19 in late 2019. Easter was among the first major holidays to be...

U.S. Supreme Court rules church has right to worship indoors amid pandemic

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A Chula Vista church was celebrating a legal victory today after the U.S. Supreme Court granted a partial injunction against...
Pastor Zachary Elliott

Why we still need church

Zachary Elliott Special to Valley News The famous Shakespearian line “to be or not to be” is loosely said by millions of people every single week....

Anza Valley Christian Fellowship tent sale raises funds for community outreach

The Anza Valley Christian Fellowship tent sale was held Thursday, Oct. 1, through Saturday, Oct. 3, at the church grounds off Bautista Road in...
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Closing churches could cost swing votes

The defeat of former President George H.W. Bush in the 1992 presidential election shows that closing churches or otherwise shutting down church practices can...

Several Riverside County pastors say they plan to defy bans on gatherings, open churches

MURRIETA (CNS) - Several pastors in Riverside County are among hundreds throughout California who intend to ignore remaining coronavirus-related restrictions on in-person church services...
Kevin Watson

Living Hope Christian Fellowship holds drive-up services

Kevin Watson, pastor of the Living Hope Christian Fellowship of Anza, led his congregation in prayer and worship in a drive-in church service Sunday,...

Attorney: No plan to sue county thanks to revised order on religious services

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A Murrieta pastor who was threatening to sue Riverside County over prohibitions against religious gatherings under coronavirus-related public health orders will...