Easter holds deep spiritual significance on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and His resurrection. To celebrate the hope and joy it brings, Christians like to exchange gifts that remind them of the true meaning of Easter.
“Mariupolis 2” by Mantas Kvedaravičius, a war documentary set on the grounds of Ukraine’s Christian Baptist Evangelical Church, will have its Bay Area premiere on Friday, April 14, at 6:15 p.m. at the 66th San Francisco International Film (SSFILM) Festival.
After 90 years, the Council of Armenian American Organizations of Northern California will unearth a time capsule buried on Mt. Davidson Cross on Saturday, April 1, which also marks the landmark’s 100th anniversary.
GLIDE Church hosted San Francisco’s African-American Reparations Committee’s listening session on March 26, Sunday, to gather further input from Black residents of San Francisco regarding the contents of the upcoming reparations plans.
The advocates from Faith and Freedom filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, March 7, intending to block San Francisco's State Senator Scott Wiener’s Senate Bill 107, which permits minors to receive transgender medical procedures and hormonal treatments without the approval of their parents.
Rev. Dr. Tesfai Tesema, the pastor of Addis Kidan Lutheran Church in San Francisco will be one of the plenary speakers for the 2023 Multiethnic Symposium that will be held at the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis (CSL) from Tuesday to Wednesday, May 2 to 3.