Jehovah’s Witnesses suspended door-knocking in the early days of the pandemic’s onset in the United States.
A longtime Las Vegas police chaplain, Bonnie Polley worked with police officers, murderers and anybody in between.
“The first responsibility of the church in abuse cases is to help those who have been abused and protect those who may be vulnerable to future abuse,” according to the 2010 handbook for Mormon church leaders. But church officials tolerated abuse in at least one family for years.
Local religious leaders shared mixed opinions on the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that had enshrined abortion as a constitutional right for nearly a half-century.
Metro’s Summerlin station hosted a breaking of the fast, prayers and a meal Wednesday night.
Nevada’s first Holocaust memorial plaza is expected to open to the public Sunday at the only Jewish mortuary in Southern Nevada.
Gardner is the second woman to serve as bishop in Nevada, after Katharine Jefferts Schori served as the presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church from 2006 to 2015.
For the fourth consecutive year, a Las Vegas church celebrated Ash Wednesday by offering “Ashes to Go” on the Strip.
Thousands of baptisms performed by a priest who served in Arizona for 16 years are now presumed to be invalid because he used incorrect wording on a subtle but key component of the sacrament, Roman Catholic officials said.
The church service was part of a series of “King Week” events organized by the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Committee, which will include the 40th annual parade honoring the civil rights icon Monday morning in downtown Las Vegas.
A candle-lighting ceremony at Tivoli Village in Las Vegas on Sunday marked the eighth and final day of Hanukkah.
Festive events in which everyone can celebrate the Jewish holiday in the Las Vegas Valley.
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada has upgraded its community meal space, hoping to serve 10 million more meals to the homeless population in Las Vegas.