Long Beach churches
Seventh District Councilmember Roberto Uranga
The Office of Long Beach City Councilmember Roberto Uranga has made available participant applications for the 61st Annual Daisy Avenue Christmas Tree Lane Parade, which will be taking place on Saturday, December 13, 2014.
Long Beach Rescue Mission hosts the 32nd annual Long Beach Leadership Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, September 18 at the Renaissance Hotel on Ocean Boulevard. The purpose of the event is to unite community leaders throughout the city of Long Beach to pray together and receive God’s help, encouragement and blessings as they serve to strengthen the community.
Neighbors teaching neighbors—that is the driving vision for the new Long Beach Free School, which officially launched for the public on Wednesday. Prospective students can go to LBfreeschool.com to become members and enroll in any of over a dozen classes being taught by Resident Professors.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach was established in 1913. This church will host a community festival to celebrate their centennial.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach (UUCLB) today announced that it will launch its centennial year celebration with a community festival open to all.
The Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF) is proud to announce the availability of charity Giving Cards. Giving cards are much like the more commonly known “gift” cards available from most retailers. The only difference is that a Giving Card is redeemable to benefit any 501(c)(3) public charity in the United States (including schools, churches and synagogues) through a donation in the amount of the Giving Card.
Join the Chorale December 15 & 16 to hear a Baroque celebration of the season with music that tells the story of three composers in competition for the same job in Leipzig, Germany, in 1722.
Bats looking for protection from the cold are increasingly active throughout Southern California.
A dead bat which tested positive for rabies was found recently in the downtown area of Long Beach and the Health Department is warning everyone not to handle bats and other wildlife.
Internationally renowned for her evocative, stunning and colorfully saturated images of indigenous people around the world, photographer Lisa Kristine has donated artwork to be sold October 1, 2011 during a silent auction at the Education Within Arms Reach fundraiser in Long Beach.
The Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services (Health Department) is cautioning residents to avoid handling bats or other wildlife. An increasing number of bats found throughout Los Angeles County have tested positive for rabies, and in Long Beach, a bat found along the bike path in Heartwell Park on Sunday, August 21, 2011, has now been found to have tested positive for rabies.
CSU Super Sunday message calls for college planning as early as the 6th grade
F. King Alexander, president of Cal State Long Beach (CSULB), will participate in Super Sunday, a statewide effort in which California State University officials will speak at more than 100 predominantly African American churches throughout the state in February.