• California Transplant by Hannah Carter

    When I moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2015 to begin a graduate program at California State University, Northridge, I had just completed a summer of driving tour buses in rural Alaska. To say I…

  • The Loving Struggle of Giving by Christina Valentine

      The relationship of giving to FPCH started for us way back in 1998 when my husband and I were just a young married couple starting out. Giving to the church was always a way for us to practice…

  • Welcoming New Staff Members

    We are pleased to welcome and introduce you to three new staff members here at FPCH.  We hope you will join us in making them feel at home here.     Karina Recinos – Nursery Coordinator Kari…

  • From the studios of Brian and Maria Fee

    When it comes to the subjects of faithfulness and giving, we are informed by our experiences as artists. Making things illuminate God’s abundant nature that is tied to creativity. Ingenuity, hard work…

  • HPCC Trike-a-thon by Pam Tuszynski

    For ten years, the children at the preschool have raised money for St. Jude’s Hospital by having a Trike-a-thon. On Tuesday, Oct. 8 from 9:30 to 11:30am, the HPCC children rode trikes, bikes, and scoo…

  • Did You Know? by Anna Kerr

    Milt Brock was an elder and a big-time contractor in Southern California. His company was tearing down the houses on Carlos east of Wylie Chapel to the corner of LaBaig. Mears Center was to be erected…

  • What is International Justice Mission?

    Every day, countless people are sold into slavery. IJM is a global organization with a plan to eliminate the slave trade everywhere. First, they rescue and restore slaves. They find the children and a…



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