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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
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Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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Religious institutions in Berkeley have begun to offer virtual services, and leaders say they have found an increased sense of community support in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Religious institutions in Berkeley have begun to offer virtual services, and leaders say they have found an increased sense of community support in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
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On Saturday, Youth Spirit Artworks, or YSA, in partnership with over 15 non-governmental and interfaith organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Temple Beth El, began building a prototype for its Tiny House Village – a project that will eventually provide shelter for 100 homeless young people in the East Bay.
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On Saturday, Youth Spirit Artworks, or YSA, in partnership with over 15 non-governmental and interfaith organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Temple Beth El, began building a prototype for its Tiny House Village – a project that will eventually provide shelter for 100 homeless young people in the East Bay.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín's attempt to combat the rise of white nationalist and alt-right rallies in Berkeley has now become a statewide effort to tackle white supremacy.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín's attempt to combat the rise of white nationalist and alt-right rallies in Berkeley has now become a statewide effort to tackle white supremacy.
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The First Congregational Church of Berkeley at 2345 Channing Way opened its doors for the first time May 21 after a massive fire last fall.
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The First Congregational Church of Berkeley at 2345 Channing Way opened its doors for the first time May 21 after a massive fire last fall.
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Nikkei Student Union and Muslim Student Association partnered Tuesday to hold a “Day of Remembrance” in honor of Japanese Americans who were detained in internment camps during World War II and in solidarity with Muslim Americans struggling against Islamophobia.
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Nikkei Student Union and Muslim Student Association partnered Tuesday to hold a “Day of Remembrance” in honor of Japanese Americans who were detained in internment camps during World War II and in solidarity with Muslim Americans struggling against Islamophobia.
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City Council is taking steps toward establishing more shelter spaces and resources for homeless residents for the coming winter after a regular meeting Tuesday night.
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City Council is taking steps toward establishing more shelter spaces and resources for homeless residents for the coming winter after a regular meeting Tuesday night.
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Church members and classical music fans gathered Tuesday night at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church for a benefit concert to support the First Congregational Church of Berkeley after a Sept. 30 fire destroyed church offices and damaged the sanctuary.
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Church members and classical music fans gathered Tuesday night at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church for a benefit concert to support the First Congregational Church of Berkeley after a Sept. 30 fire destroyed church offices and damaged the sanctuary.
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The service, held at the First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley — across the street from the now-fenced-off campus — reflected on themes of rebirth and adversity, as the church came together to remember the buildings where many had sought refuge and comfort.
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The service, held at the First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley — across the street from the now-fenced-off campus — reflected on themes of rebirth and adversity, as the church came together to remember the buildings where many had sought refuge and comfort.
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