Rabbi Shea Harlig with Chabad of Southern Nevada on Tuesday conducted a welcome ceremony and celebration for a new Torah scroll from Israel.
The Clark County School Board will end prayers at its meetings after a complaint from a nonprofit that defends the constitutional separation between religion and government.
United Methodist Church leaders from around the world and across ideological divides unveiled a plan Friday for a new conservative denomination that would split from the rest of the church in an attempt to resolve a yearslong dispute over gay marriage and gay clergy.
Las Vegas resident Tyge O’Donnell recently gave Pope Francis a bobblehead in his likeness wearing a Vegas Golden Knights jersey — a lighthearted memento that sprang from a dark day in history.
Pope Francis has apologized for hitting the hand of a well-wisher who grabbed him and yanked him toward her.
Southern Nevada rabbis say the attack has rekindled congregants’ concerns about anti-Semitism and their own synagogues’ security.
The Rev. John McShane began giving water to homeless people waiting for shelter 20 years ago. The movement, known as Giving Back Mondays, has grown exponentially since.
Donny Osmond and his son Brandon Osmond were the first to donate as local charity leaders helped premiere the Light the World Giving Machine.
These vending machines dispense happiness, minus the guilt.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has officially closed its temple in St. George for renovations that will take at least a few years to complete.
Plenty of famous people have been featured on Las Vegas commemorative casino chips over the years. But none has been more famous than Jesus Christ himself.
No one was injured in a fire at the Nevada Buddhist Association building in the central Las Vegas Valley Friday morning.
The portion of Americans with no religious affiliation is rising significantly, in tandem with a sharp drop in the percentage that identifies as Christians.
Timothy Larson, 41, faces charges that include criminal damage at a place of worship and burglary for allegedly vandalizing the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona.
Nonprofit organizations will host charitable craft bazaars and events from October through December to benefit local charities.