The Mormon church’s gradual embrace of the digital age for missionaries took another step forward as the religion announced it is nearly doubling the missions where technology is allowed and swapping out tablets for smartphones.
There was fear. There was confidence. There was rejection. There was acceptance.
It was a fashion show unlike most — actually, just about any — others.
Yes, we are #VegasStrong. So put it in song. Now you’ve got “Vegas Strong in Song: A Concert of Healing and Love,” that aims to be a balm for the soul of a city grappling with sorrow and shock.
Masjid Ibrahim Islamic Center welcomed people of all faiths and backgrounds Monday night. Before their last prayer, they remembered victims of the Oct. 1 attack at the Route 91 Harvest festival that killed 58 people and injured nearly 500.
A federal judge in Wisconsin has struck down as unconstitutional a law that gives clergy tax-free housing allowances, in a ruling that could have far-reaching ramifications for religious leaders who have fought for years to keep the substantial financial benefit.
A couple of hundred people had filled the parking lot of Masjid As-Sabur by 10 a.m. on a recent Sunday.
Worship services around the Las Vegas Valley over the weekend reflected on the Oct. 1 mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Members of Central Church in Henderson packed a Saturday evening service devoted to remembering shooting victims, praying for the injured, honoring first responders and working through grief.
Some members of Congregation Ner Tamid gathered Friday night to celebrate Sukkot. Some sought comfort after Sunday night’s shooting. But many came because it’s Sabbath.