I think most of us can agree we have a nation divided in many ways. But on the local level, Claremont continues to prosper, with engaged residents willing to get involved to strengthen our community. People actually care and want to help.
Of course that doesn’t mean Claremonters agree all the time. But this doesn’t stop us from working together on the next important cause or issue.
After years of uncertainty, the Gold Line to Claremont is becoming a reality. The recent groundbreaking marked the official kickoff to phase 2B, bringing the Gold Line to Claremont.
However, with every major project there are some major issues that must be addressed politically, financially and with much public discourse. Discussions regarding the elimination of Claremont’s Metrolink station are cause for concern and a call to action.
People can be quick to label. Our church supports same-sex marriage. We believe that people should be empowered to think for themselves rather than be forced to accept specific doctrines.
We believe that religious beliefs should never try to limit the discoveries of science. As a result of these positions we are often referred to as “liberal” or “on the left.