The Redlands Area Interfaith Community renews its annual Thanksgiving service 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21. This year’s host church is First Presbyterian Church at 100 Cajon St.
As a young girl growing up in a Catholic household, Anne Knighten felt a calling to ministry but wasn’t sure how to answer it. So after earning a bachelor’s degree in mass communications, she went on to earn a law degree and serve others by being a lawyer.
Joni and Friends, Wheels for the World, will hold a drive at two locations on Saturday, March 20, for old, used and broken manual wheelchairs and wheelchair parts, such as footrests, from 9 a.m. to noon at Trinity Church, 1551 Reservoir Road in Redlands and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sanctuar…
Thrive Single Moms founder Brandi Dailey found herself a single mom with three small children to support after having lost house, assets and marriage to her former spouse’s methamphetamine addiction.
Mayor Paul Foster invites Redlands residents to join the city of Redlands and a host of local churches in a “Moment at 7” honoring health care workers, first responders, grocery store employees and other helpers beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 12, and continuing each Sunday through the en…
Perhaps you’ve driven by and seen them. The Community Food Station pop-up booths have been drawing a fair bit of attention and rightly so as they are the only services presently functioning that directly assist the homeless with food. Other services have suspended operations because of the c…
- Redlands trains are on their way from Utah
- Fire reveals large illegal marijuana cultivation operation
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- Suspect arrested fleeing from armed bank robbery
- Flame retardants linked to autistic-like behavior
- Proposed House districts would split Redlands north and south
- Operation Hammer Strike, week 12: Over 1,600 illegal greenhouses eradicated in the past 12 weeks
- Newberry Springs halts placement of sexually violent predator
- Ramos aims to halt fentanyl distribution and promote drug to prevent overdoses
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The Diocese of San Bernardino, comprised of more than 1.6 million Catholics, announced on Tuesday, March 17, the suspension of all masses, including vigils and funeral masses, over coronavirus concerns.
For the faith community, the COVID-19 emergency presents a unique challenge. The challenge being one of almost conflicting responsibilities: How to respond both in keeping with regional, state and national directives on the one hand, while duly considering the welfare of congregational membe…
Local Catholic parishes will continue to hold masses as scheduled, said Bishop Gerald Barnes in a message from the Diocese of San Bernardino on March 13.
Redlands United Church of Christ will dedicate a new mosaic on the wall of the new Mosaic Hall following its March 8 Sunday service, which begins at 10:30 a.m.
Ash Wednesday began observance of the Lenten season for Christ the King Lutheran Church of Redlands. There will be four more Wednesday evening services before Holy week.
Tammy Bradshaw-Scott, author and host of the television program “A New Day with Dr. Tammy,” invites women of faith to an inspirationally themed conference titled “Sisters Supporting Sisters.”
Irmengard Jennings will perform an organ recital from 11:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, March 12, at First Congregational Church, 2 W Olive Ave, Redlands. It is part of the church’s free 30-minute recitals being presented during Lent, which started Thursday and runs through April 9.
Cynthia McGuigan is no stranger to the plight of those she helps, which perhaps is what makes her and her charity Steps4Life so uniquely effective. She describes her former life as horrific.
First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Redlands will host a series of Soup Suppers each Wednesday during Lent, starting on March 4 and continuing through April 1.
International Friendship Connection (IFC) is a local Christian ministry offering friendship and cultural orientation to international students and visiting scholars studying in the Redlands area.
Linda Richards, who replaced her lawn with drought-tolerant native plants that attract butterflies, birds and bees, will speak to the Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Church of the Nazarene, 1307 E. Citrus Ave., Redlands.
The Unforgettables Foundation held its 20th annual Lights for Little Lives memorial walk and service of celebration on the afternoon of New Year’s Eve in Loma Linda. The event, according to the program brochure, “is a celebration of the wonder of children, and the joy they bring to our lives…
To attend a Shabbat (or service) is to gather together, to take time to connect with both what is higher than ourselves and with each other. In the Jewish tradition the divine name is too sacred to be uttered and is replaced by the Hebrew word Adonai (“My Lord”).“Winter has descended upon ou…
On Sunday in commemoration of Native American Heritage Month, Trinity Episcopal Church of Redlands held its 11th annual Native American Worship Service.
Trinity Episcopal Church will hold its 11th annual Native American Worship Service celebrating Native American Heritage Month at 10:15 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 17.
Loma Linda VA Medical Center held its second annual National Day of Prayer and Reflection for Veterans on Thursday, Nov. 8, at VA Loma Linda Community Living Center Patio. VA Loma Linda has designated the first Thursday of November as a Day of Prayer and Reflection.
A new chapel and courtyard construction project are underway at the First United Methodist Church at 1 E. Olive Ave. in Redlands.
A free lecture by international speaker Fujiko Signs titled “Love Without Limit; Life Without Fear” will be presented at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17 at Redlands Christian Science Church 110 W. Vine St., Redlands.
“It’s about time we start doing for others! A community flourishes when a community stands united, not leaving anybody alone, but standing together!” exclaimed California Assemblyman James Ramos, guest speaker at the third annual Blooming Miracles Dinner and Fundraiser celebration, a sold-ou…
The founder: The council was founded in the 1960s as the Redlands Area Community of Churches, by the renowned scholar and professor of political science at the University of Redlands, Robert L. Morlan. The name was changed in 1996.
Redlands United Church of Christ will celebrate its revitalized labyrinth on Sunday, Sept. 8. The original labyrinth was built and dedicated in 1999 and has been used by church and community members alike for many years.
REDLANDS – With the new school year just around the corner, First Evangelical Lutheran Church will host a children’s day camp from Monday, July 29, through Friday, Aug. 2, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Eastside Christian Church, a new youth-oriented church, has opened in the previous site of Redlands Church of Christ on Roosevelt Road in Redlands.