Religion of Sacred Heart 1624 Union Ave, Redwood City, CA94061-2718 Religion of Sacred Heart is part of the Society of the Sacred Heart, a Roman Catholic congregation established by Saint…More Madeleine Sophie. It primarily focuses on the education of girls and women.
Sequoia Christian Church 233 Topaz St, Redwood City, CA94062 At Sequoia Christian Church, there is a distinct and important difference between "religion" and a relationship…More with God. Because they are convinced God is more interested in a relationship with you than He is with religion, they strive to knock down barriers that can get in the way of coming to church. At Sequoia, they tend to think that there's more to life than our own lives. God invites us to explore life as He intended.
Eckankar 2009 Broadway St, Redwood City, CA94063 Eckankar is a religion that focuses on experiencing the Holy Spirit, known as ECK, through light and sound. The Redwood…More City center, located in the historic downtown, offers a bi-weekly service, classes, workshops and activities. A free newsletter, several books as well as audio and video tapes are also available at the center.
Stewart Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church 536 Hurlingame Ave, Redwood City, CA94063 This chapel is part of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church dubbed "the freedom religion." A faith-based…More organization founded in 1796, it claims more than one million in membership. This ministry is focused on the salvation of the whole person, mind, body and soul by "spreading the good news of the gospel." Services are uplifting and joyful with plenty of singing.
Inglesia Ni Cristo-Church of Christ 409 3rd Ave, Redwood City, CA94063 Inglesia Ni Christo is sometimes referred to as INC is Tagalog for the Church of Christ. This religion originated…More in the Philippines. During the week it offers mostly English services but it also has one Filipino service. On Sunday it provides a children's service and an adult service. However, it is recommended that you call to verify the current schedule.
Sequoia Children's Center is a secular program of the First United Methodist Church of Redwood City offering quality…More childcare and early education from "Cradle to Kindergarten." It provides tender and responsive Infant Care, a Toddler Option Program tailored for young toddlers, a Toddler Program for 2-year-olds, Preschool for 3-year-olds, and 4 / 5-year-old Pre-Kindergarten.</p>
<p>The teachers provide an age and developmentally appropriate curriculum to challenge the mind as well as stimulate the growth and skill development of each child at every every stage of their young lives. Enrollment is open regardless of race, religion, nationality or gender.</p>
Project Sentinel is a nonprofit agency that assists people with housing problems. In the complicated housing market,…More when discrimination based on socioeconomic status, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, age, gender or other physical characteristics arises, Project Sentinel provides legal advice to those who feel they have been discriminated against.</p>
<p>Counseling services are also available to tenants as well as landlords. Mediation can take place should both parties wish to resolve an issue. </p>
<p>The Redwood City Office is Project Sentinel's administrative center, housing the executive director, controller, Fair Housing director and staff executing federal and state programs. Redwood City serves as the lead office for the agency's Fair Housing programs, setting policy and orchestrating activities.</p>
Founded in 1986 by Master Ryuho Okawa, Happy Science, or Kofuki-no-Kagaku, is a universal religion that believes in…More El Cantare, or Buddha and God. It is open to people of all backgrounds, though joining requires an application form and a short welcoming ceremony. Members will be asked "Do you believe in the Lord?" and receive the prayer book, "The Dharma of the Right Mind."</p>
<p>Church activities include reading and studying the books of Master Okawa to deepen one's relationship with God, attending weekly prayer services, watching lecture videos, attending international retreats, attending meditation and contemplation sessions, supporting charity activities in Africa and Asia, hosting "Friends Against Suicide" and "Anti-Bullying" campaigns and meeting other religious people around the world. </p>