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Rabbi Mark Blazer | Reflections on Chanukah

Over 2,000 years ago, a small army of Jews led by Judah Maccabee and his brothers liberated the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, but the scene they found on the mount was appallingly depressing. The sacred altar had been polluted and pagan practices had been introduced into Judaism’s holiest site. The liberators immediately set about cleansing the Temple and preparing it for renewed use.   Legend

Newhall church hosts monthly food drives

Through the years, members of the First Presbyterian Church Of Newhall’s congregation have been finding ways to take their outreach efforts international, but when the

Churches response to COVID-19

Following the latest updates on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, outbreak, local churches are taking steps to slow and limit the spread in their congregations.  There

The Jewish faith celebrates Purim

Beginning Monday evening and continuing until sundown the following day, people in the Jewish faith will take part in festive activities and eat special desserts

Christians mark start of Lent this week

Many people in the Christian faith spend a Wednesday in February in church services to recognize Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent, which is