Fresno, CA

The church in Fresno started meeting in 1973. Presently, there are 120 saints meeting regularly on Lord’s Day. There’s one neighborhood children’s meeting carried out bi-weekly in Clovis/Fresno with five families. Six saints from Clovis meet weekly with the church in Fresno’s north district for weekly prayer. About seven saints meet in Fresno for the Spanish-speaking prayer meeting. There are also two weekly group meetings in the Fresno north district, with a few Clovis saints participating. Every other Saturday, there is a YP meeting with about eight young people attending. There are Spanish-speaking home meetings twice a week.

The City of Fresno
Fresno and Clovia are located in the center of the San Joaquin Valley, the southern portion of California’s Central Valley. Fresno has become an economic hub of Fresno County and the San Joaquin Valley, with much of the surrounding areas in the Metropolitan Fresno region predominantly tied to large-scale agricultural production. It is the 5th-most populous city in California, the most populous city in the Central Valley, the most populous inland city in California, and the 34th-most populous city in the nation. It is one of the only places in America with such close proximity to three national parks, all within a 90-minute drive, making it the perfect hub city for National Park Visitors.

Clovis is primarily a family-oriented residential community, with a nationally acclaimed school district. In a ranking that scored California cities in five categories, which included school ratings, home values, home ownership costs, household incomes, and income growth, the city of Clovis was listed as the #1 city for young families to raise a family by For more information see City-Data Profile and Official City Website.

City Stats
City Population – 527,438

Fresno State University – 18,993 students
Fresno City College – 12,994 students
Clovis Community College – 8,000 students

Contact Person
Gerald Rojas
(559) 362-8504

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