City of Los Angeles

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City of Los Angeles
City of Los Angeles is listed in the Government Services category in Los Angeles, California. Displayed below are the social networks for City of Los Angeles which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of City of Los Angeles on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for City of Los Angeles is:
333 S Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 485-6320

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City of Los Angeles has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that City of Los Angeles has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Los Angeles, California is 31 and in the category is 30. Learn more about ZapScore.

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If you missed Pastor Delonte's sermon on the Psalms, be sure to check it out online at https://t.co/aMS3JIiuko. Joi†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @ChivoHawkins: Always great 2 connect w @LAmovement & @stadia ldrs! Thx @alberttate, Kevin Haah, @MichaelLee777 & @mikeferrulli! Excite…


"The extent that we embrace a Jesus-looking picture of God, is the extent to which our love for God will flourish."†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Join us tomorrow as Pastor @tc_moore preaches on "What is Your Picture of God?" - fundamental part of our Christian†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @PortableChurch: 4 factors for church leadership are outlined in "A Shift in Discipleship": bit.ly/2reDxoR

Hey everyone. My name is Aric Allen and I am looking to rent a room in the LA area in the coming weeks. Hopefully by the SFV location to continue attending and serving at the New City Church SFV. But I'm open to other areas. If you know of anything, drop me a line at aricallen@yahoo.com. 38 year old male Married with two kids, relocating to LA for the time being (but the room is just for me) Budget of up to $1,000/month Extremely neat and clean, loves to cook for others Looking for work in faith-based organizations Former pastor (Fuller grad) Doesn't smoke or drink Doesn't have pets

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We live in a world where breaking news is often of such horrific violence that it is difficult to even fathom it. And since we also live in a world where we are almost constantly bombarded by breaking news through social media and 24-hour news networks, it’s very easy to become numb to it all. That is why I think it’s all the more important that when we gather together for worship that we also take time to lift up a cry to heaven. It’s also important because who we pray for and who we mourn shapes whose lives we believe matter. That is why today we are not only going to pray for and mourn with the families of the victims of Monday’s bombing in Manchester England, but we are also going to pray for and mourn with the families of the victims of Friday’s terrorist attack in Egypt. There is an insidious narrative you and I are in danger of believing. We are in danger of believing that if terror attacks happen in Europe, it is an international tragedy, but when terror attacks happen in the Middle East, it’s business as usual. For the friends and families of our sisters and brothers in Christ who were murdered on Friday, life will never be business as usual ever again. A father, a mother, a sister, a brother, a daughter, a son, was taken from them—for no other reason than that they were Christians! That is why we must pray. That is why we must publicly mourn. That is why we must lift up a cry. Merciful Father, we ask you to look with pity upon the sorrows of those for whom we offer our prayers today. Remember the families in Manchester who are grieving and reeling from the loss of their sons and daughters, their nieces and nephews, their sisters and brothers. Comfort them with your goodness. Lift up your countenance upon them, be present to them, and give them your peace. O Heavenly Father, we ask you to look with pity upon the families in Egypt who are still in shock from Friday’s brutal attack. Today, on the day of our Lord, our sisters and brothers in Christ are hurting, grieving, reeling in pain. Have mercy, O Lord! Comfort them with your goodness. Lift up your countenance upon them, be present to them, and give them your peace. Eternal God, in whose perfect kingdom no sword is drawn but the sword of righteousness, no strength known but the strength of love: So mightily spread your Spirit, that all peoples may be gathered under the banner of the Prince of Peace, as children of one Father. Guide the nations of the world into the way of justice and truth, and establish among them peace which is the fruit of righteousness. Lead them and us from all prejudice and into truth; deliver them and us from hatred, cruelty, and revenge; and in your good time enable us all to stand reconciled before you. Through Jesus Christ, our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. In the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Amen #PrayForEgypt #PrayForManchester

Tomorrow is Palm Sunday. Find out why Jesus wept over Jerusalem while the crowds cheered and shouted "hosanna". #NewCityChurch #DTLA #PalmSunday #TheWaysThatMakeForPeace


"You are dust, and to dust you shall return." As we journey with Jesus to the Cross through Lent, we mark the beginning of this journey with ashes in the shape of the Cross. The ashes represent our mortality and repentance. A contemplative worship gathering will be held at the New City offices (453 S. Spring Street, Basement) at 7PM #AshWednesday #NewCityChurch #DTLA