Motorcycle Peace Rides

Pastor Powell Motor Cycle Peace Ride 2

Pastor Powell Motor Cycle Peace Ride

Meeting at 1:00pm 115th and Figueroa kickstands up at 2 p.m. Sharp!!!!!! We will be going to 78th and Western where Hannah Bell was killed stopping for prayer.  Then on to Leimert Park for Peace Rally.   

Please feel free to join us as we continue to push for PEACE love and respect Pastor Powe. #peacerideLAA

For More Information Please call 562-900-9947.

Student shot, wounded at Highland High School; suspect in custody

 

PALMDALE – A shooting at Highland High School in Palmdale Friday left a student wounded and a former student in custody, authorities said.

The injured student, a 15-year-old boy, was driven to a hospital by a parent who was dropping her daughter off at school shortly after the 7 a.m. shooting at the campus in the 39000 block of 25th Street West.

The victim suffered a gunshot wound to his shoulder area and was hospitalized in stable condition, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Jim McDonnell said at an afternoon news briefing.

The 14-year-old male suspect was taken into custody at a Vons grocery store about a mile from the campus. There were no reports of any other injuries.

McDonnell said the sheriff’s department was contacted by an off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer who initially apprehended the suspect after being contacted by the boy’s father about 7:40 a.m.

A Highland High School student told KNX Newsradio that he saw the teen suspect emerge from a bathroom with a rifle-type weapon, which he randomly pointed at people. The student said the suspect looked at him and told him to run, which he did, shouting at other students to do the same.

McDonnell identified the weapon as an SKS with 7.62 rounds. The rifle was recovered from a field between the school and where the boy was apprehended.

A parent told KNX that his wife was dropping their daughter off at the school when the wounded student ran up to her car, shouting “He shot me! He shot me! I don’t know why he shot me!” The woman told the boy to get into her car and she drove him to a nearby hospital, the parent said, adding that his wife was interviewed by sheriff’s deputies and was told the “little boy is going to be fine,” but he “didn’t know who shot him.”

The shooting was initially reported as an active shooter, prompting a massive response from law enforcement, including the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. About 30 minutes after the high school shooting was reported, the sheriff’s department also responded to a call of gunshots being heard at the nearby campus of Manzanita Elementary School in the 38600 block of 33rd Street East, but those reports turned out to be unfounded.

Sheriff’s Capt. Darren Harris said earlier that deputies believe the suspect was acting alone.

There was no immediate word on a motive for the shooting. The suspect fired about 10 rounds and told his father that he had fired into the air, McDonnell said.

All schools in the area were placed on lockdown while law enforcement swarmed the high school campus, and nervous parents began gathering nearby, anxiously hoping to retrieve their children.

The lockdown at Highland High School was lifted around 10:20 a.m. and students were being released to parents on Avenue P-12 south of the campus.

McDonnell said the sheriff’s Palmdale Station fielded nearly 100 calls in the minutes after the shooting.

A warrant was served at the boy’s home about 11 a.m., McDonnell said. That investigation is continuing.

The high school and others in the Antelope Valley Union High School District will be open on Monday with counsellors on hand, an assistant superintendent said.

The suspect used to attend Highland High School but his family transferred him to another school, officials said.

“All-Payer” healthcare option draws interest of L.A. County Supervisors

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LOS ANGELES – Raising alarms about federal threats to Los Angeles County’s financial stability, the Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday to support exploration of a statewide “all-payer” healthcare option.

Supervisor Kathryn Barger cast the dissenting vote, saying such a system — which would set a single rate for healthcare prices statewide — would destabilize the marketplace.

Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Sheila Kuehl, who co-authored the board motion, made clear that it did not back any specific proposal, including Assembly Bill 3087. In addition to looking at the all-payer option, the motion directs county legislative advocates to support efforts to develop some form of statewide “public insurance option,” set up a statewide individual insurance mandate and fund spending on prevention and wellness programs.

“There’s no rush to judgment here,” Ridley-Thomas said, emphasizing that many ideas are being considered to fortify the county’s health care safety net in the face of changing federal laws. “This is an effort to say we cannot be sitting ducks.”

Ridley-Thomas warned that recent revisions to the Affordable Care Act – – including the elimination of insurance mandates for individuals and small businesses as part of the federal tax reform bill, and executive orders that reduce federal subsidies — were threats not only to the ACA but to L.A. County’s financial stability.

He and others recalled 1995 when the county was thrown into a financial crisis due to the rising costs of caring for the indigent, uninsured patients in the face of declining Medi-Cal funding. Management recommended shuttering LAC+USC Medical Center, but the board instead negotiated a Medicaid waiver that generated nearly $1 billion in federal funding over five years to prop up the county system.

Barger said she supported many elements of the ACA and was proud of the county’s role as the safety net for residents with and without insurance. But she said pushing for an all-payer option amounted to “biting off more than we can chew.”

The California Hospital Association has also voiced opposition to an all-payer option that would set rates for hospitals, doctors and insurers — at least as envisioned by Assembly Bill 3087 — saying hospitals could lose as much as $18 billion annually, resulting in massive service cuts and the loss of as many as 175,000 hospital jobs.

Both “single-payer” and “all-payer” plans aim to reduce health care costs and provide insurance for everyone, regardless of their ability to afford premiums.

Single-payer has been a leading proposal advanced by advocates of universal health coverage insuring every American. Under such a system, a single public agency would pay for health care, effectively eliminating private insurance plans. All-payer would instead set a single price that all insurers — public or private — would pay for procedures and hospital stays.

Nearly 90 percent of L.A. County residents are insured, based on the latest available data. Roughly 1.2 million people gained Medicaid coverage as a result of the ACA and another 380,000 receive premium subsidies through Covered California, the state insurance exchange.

California saw the largest reduction in uninsured individuals of all 50 states as a result of the ACA, according to Amy Wiwuga of Health Access California, an advocacy group that supports the county motion.

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Antelope Valley & Southern California Church Directory

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If you are in the local area and in need of a church home.


LANCASTER


Living Water Worship Center
1034 West Ave. L-12, Suite 105
Lancaster, CA. 93534
661-422-6863

  • Service Times
  • Worship Service:  11:30 AM
  • Bible Study: Tuesday 7:00 PM
  • Food Ministry:  Every Saturday @ 10:30 P.M.
  • Youth 4 Truth: Every Saturday before the 2nd Sunday
  • Empowering Men’s Ministry:  Every 3rd Saturday at 2:00 P.M.
  • Women of Word Ministry:  Every 4th Saturday at 2:00 P.M.
  • Prayer Line:  Every Wednesday at 6:00 P.M.
    Phone No. 515-603-3106 Pin 129253#

http://www.lwwcofav.org

Pastor Dwayne Jones

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The Lord House of Refuge
456 East Avenue K-4 Suite 1
Lancaster CA 93535
661-947-7121
661-857-6932

  • Worship Service: 10:30 A.M.
  • Bible Study: Wednesday 7:00 PM

Pastor Tina Johnson

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Galilee Baptist Church
542 East Avenue G
Lancaster CA 93535
661-942-3239

  • Sunday School: 9:30 A.M.
  • Worship Service:  11:00 A.M.

Pastor BillyZone

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Wayside Christian Center
44219 10th Street West
Lancaster CA 93534
661-952-5710

  • Worship Service: 11:00 A.M.
  • Tues. Bible Study: 7:00 P.M.

 Dr John Ward, Senior Pastor  

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Temple Ministries   
43913 15th Street West
Lancaster CA 93534

  • Sunday School 9:00 A.M.
  • Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M.
  • Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M.

George McIntyre, Pastor  


Agape Community Church
1722 East Lancaster Blvd.
Lancaster CA 93535
661-949-1912

  • Sunday Service:  8:00 A.M. & 11:00 A.M.
  • Sunday School:  9:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.
  • Bible Study: Wednesday 7:00 P.M.

Bishop George Todd, Senior Pastor

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Universal Church of God in Action
511 West Avenue H-8
Lancaster CA 93534
818-581-6080

  • Sunday School:  10:00 A.M.
  • Morning Worship:  11:30 A.M.
  • Bible Study:  6:00 P.M. Wednesday
  • Women In Action:  12:00 P.M. Thursday
  • Youth Bible Study:  6:00 P.M. Friday
  • Saturday Prayer:  8:00 A.M.  Saturday

Robert L. Jones, Jr.  Senior Pastor


Bible Way Deliverance Ministry
205 Nugent Street
Lancaster CA 93534
66-916-3418

  • Sunday School: 10:00 A.M.
  • Sunday Morning Service: 11:00 A.M.
  • Bible Study:  Wednesday: 6:30 P.M.
  • Women Ministry (WORCC): 3rd Saturday:  10:30 A.M.
  • Young Men’s Ministry: 1st Saturday:  10:30 A.M.

Pastor LeNeil & Pastor Venus Davis

LeNiel & Venus

 


 LITTLEROCK


St. John Holy Trinity A.M.E
9543 East Avenue Q-10
Littlerock CA 93550
661-944-1225

  • Sunday School:  9:30 A.M.
  • Worship Service:  11:00 A.M.
  • Bible study Wednesday :  6:00 P.M.

Melanie Mays, Senior Pastor

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PALMDALE


True Vine Gospel Church
859 East Avenue Q
Palmdale CA 93550

  • Sunday School:  9:30-10:30 A.M.
  • Sunday Worship:  11:00 A.M.
  • Bible Study:  7:00-8:30 P.M. Wednesday

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 Al January, Pastor/Teacher 

 


Los Angeles


Right Christian Church
9815 S. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles CA.  90044
323-352-3529
323-752-5531

  • Sunday School: 7:40 A.M.
  • Worship Service: 8:30 A.M.
  • Bible Study: Thursday 7:00 P.M.

Lonnie McNamee, Senior Pastor

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Temple of Believers Community Church
11721 Avalon Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90061
323-241-1870

  • Service Times
  • Sunday School:  9:30 AM
  • Morning Worship:  11:00 AM
  • Conference Prayer: Every Wednesday at 7:30 P.M.
    Phone No. 641-715-3630  Pin 284045 #
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Pastor Wilburn Liddell                 

                                             

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You Work Hard to Raise a Healty Family: Let WIC Help.

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You take care of your family; let WIC take care of you!
WIC is a nutrition program for Women, Infants, and Children.
You may qualify for WIC if you:

You may provide for WIC if you;

  • Are pregnant, breastfeeding or just had a baby:
  • Have a child under age 5, and
  • Have a low to medium income, and/or
  • Recieve Medi-cal, Calworker (TANF or Cal, CalFresh (Food Stamp)
  • Lives in California

WIC provides:

  • Nutrition Tips and health information
  • Breastfeeding Support
  • Check for healthy foods (Like Fruits and Vegetables)
  • Referral to Medical providers and community services

Enroll Early!  Call today to see if you qualify and to make an appointment:

WIC Program Antelope Valley
661-949-5805

 

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John McFadden

 

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It’s what we Do. All We Do And Good At What We Do
We Cater:

Corporate Picnic
Birthday Parties
Fundraisers
Grand Opening
Anniversaries
Family Reunions

Block Parties
Office Parties

Call me: John (661) 510-7611
On-Location Cooking Is Available
Big or Small, We Do Them All

We Cook:
Ribs
Chicken
Hot Links
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All Dinners Come With Baked Beans and Potato Salad