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BLUE = Worship or Ministry Events

RED = Music Events

BROWN = Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

GREEN = Children’s Events

PURPLE = Mission and Service Opportunities

LAVENDER = Special Events

BLACK = Holidays

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Communion Class = Children ages 7-12 for 4 weeks then a special Communion Sunday on November 5.



Family Night  will happen each Thursday in which parents and children can participate in games, yoga, mission, music and other programs. dinner included. $5 suggested donation per person. invite a friend!

Glee, Bell Choir for children occur on some Thursday Family Nights and Sundays after church. private piano and voice lessons occur throughout the week depending on staff availability. On performance days, the time listed indicates when rehearsal begins.



We have 2 Youth groups that meet Sundays and for weekend retreats throughout the year. the focus of the groups is fun, fellowship, education and mission:

– Middle School led by Rose Gourdet

– High School led by Carolina Barragan.

the first All-Youth Retreat will take place September 15 through 17.



Opportunities to participate in mission, educational and fellowship activities are available throughout the week. all are welcome and encouraged to invite another.

– New Beginnings is our Singles Ministry for those who are divorced, separated, widowed, and always single.

– Bridge is led by Bob & Sue Williamson. If you have played for years or never, you are welcome.

– Bell and Adult Choir practice occur throughout the month. if you are interested in participating, please speak with our Music Minister, Harold Dioquino.



Each Sunday in December, the church will host worship and, after worship, events that are intergenerational.

Advent Workshop on 12/3 allows us to take a step back in time as we make Christmas ornaments and wreaths, and enjoy beginning the season with joy and fellowship. if you have a tradition or craft you wish to share, Jeanan Bartroff, our Director of Family and Children Programs, will assist you.

Gift-Giving Sunday is when you are invited to bring a new and wrapped gift for children of migrant workers and those in need. we will then be taking a bus to Homestead to deliver the gifts and assist the school in a service project after church.

Intergenerational Christmas Eve Service at 10:30am this year celebrates the many holiday traditions.