Rodeway Inn & Suites
835 West A St.
Hayward, CA 94541
Phone: (510) 731-3571
Fax: (510) 731-3572
A significant Church site situated in the bustling downtown area of Hayward is the renowned Eden Congregational Church. It is also famously called as the Eden United Church of Christ and conducts various activities for children as well the community. Carrying an immense historic significance, the Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.
Love Center Church stands with an aim to work as a messenger of God. Reverend Hawkins, the founder of this church, believes in catching people in God's "Safety Net" and educate them about the preachings by God. To achieve this, the church conducts several missions and events including 2008 Music & Arts fellowship Conference, the Ushers Meeting and Men's Retreat. So come by to revive yourself in this tranquil place.
Our Lady of Rosary Church was established in 1907, on C Street. The Catholic parish church serves residents of Union City, many of which are from diverse ethnic backgrounds and demographics. The worship services are offered in Cantonese, English and Spanish. The church belongs to Diocese of Oakland, CA and welcomes people of all nationalities and cultures; thus, the parish here tends to be more vibrant and innovative than traditional.
Meeting Rooms On Demand LLC in Fremont is open 24/7 and offers a meeting and classroom on rent. It can be used for bible studies, seminars, classes, workshops and more. The rooms include projector screens, a good sound system, erase boards and WiFi connection. They can accommodate up to 50 people.
The St. Raymond's Church, also referred to as the Old St. Raymond's Church dates back to 1859. The architectural styles depicted by the church building are the Gothic style and the Greek Revival style. It occupies immense monumental value, more so due to the fact that it stands as the oldest surviving Catholic church in the entire region.
Glenmoor Elementary School is among the esteemed schools in Fremont and is a part of the Fremont Unified School District. It aims to prepare their students for success and asks for active participation between teachers, pupils and parents. Besides a high academic turnout, it also has extracurricular activities that help in nurturing a good learning environment.
Regents Theater is located at The Holy Names University. The University rents it for your meetings, performances, conferences or events. With state-of-the-art facilities and modern equipment, these multi-purpose theaters are well suited for the above mentioned occasions. Equipped with high standard lighting and sound technologies that satisfy, the Regent Theater can seat up to 390 people.
The distinguished First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Building is a significant church structure and occupies immense monumental value. It is situated at Alameda in California. The esteemed church site was constructed in 1904. The ancient church is aesthetically built and encompasses 0.1 acre (0.040 hectares) of land area. It is a fine model of the Renaissance and the Classical Revival style of architecture. Boasting of a marvelous history, the church site is also listed on the National Register of Historic places.
Mattos Elementary School is a part of the Fremont Unified School District. It is also known as the John G. Mattos Elementary School. This Science Magnet institution is the only one of its kind in town. This hands-on program also includes extracurricular activities based on science.
Built in 1921 in the Lincoln Highlands, the Cathedral of the Ascension was the Bay Area's first Greek Orthodox Church. To meet the growing needs of the community, new facilities were created in 1960. Since then, the church has maintained an active calendar of services, ministries, organizations, as well as hosting the always-anticipated May Greek Festival. Visit the website for a comprehensive list of church services and other events.
Acute care, trauma center and emergency services are available at this hospital.
Fremont Main Library opened in 1989 and is part of the Alameda County Library. It also houses the county library's administrative offices and Maurice Marks Center for Local and California History. This modern, two-floor athenaeum features internet stations and a huge children's section. The most striking feature of this place is a lovely hanging sculpture ceiling called the "Dream Voyage" by artist Larry Kirkland. The Fukaya meeting rooms are adorned with gifts from this Japanese city. Stroll through its aisles of neatly racked books that covers various genres. Sit down and read or borrow one, whatever your need, the Fremont Main is a good source for book lovers.