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May I Make A Suggestion?

May I Make A Suggestion?

Lance Ralston| Calvary Chapel In Oxnard I would like to make a suggestion. Let me lead up to it. I am a member of an Interfaith Council originally called together by then-Oxnard Police Chief, Scott Whitney. In a desire to forge healthy relations between law enforcement and the faith communities of the city, Chief Whitney […]

Calling All Faith Leaders

Calling All Faith Leaders

As most of you know, I have worked closely with Oxnard’s faith leaders over the past few years. We know that our faith communities are uniquely qualified to make our city safer and stronger.  One of our primary goals within the police department is to reduce crime. But, improving community safety also requires a police […]

Oxnard | Statement from the Interfaith Council on “Community”

Oxnard | Statement from the Interfaith Council on “Community”

Community. . Google defines it as, “A group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common” and “A feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.” . Oxnard is a Community; a group of people from diverse backgrounds, living, working, and playing […]

COMMUNITY | Interfaith Community Service for the Homeless – January 12 – Oxnard

COMMUNITY | Interfaith Community Service for the Homeless – January 12 – Oxnard

Strong communities are built from the inside out, by individuals. The reality is that in this modern age, many people don’t know how to leverage their individual skills, capacities and gifts for the direct betterment of the community. Our faith communities are often uniquely qualified to help build resilience in our cities. As leaders in […]