Social Gatherings

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Fellowship is at the heart of our congregation

Gathering in people’s homes to share a meal and your life with your Christian friends add a layer of support and caring to our congregation. Great way to meet new people in the congregation or deepen your connections. Ideal for visitors and new members who are ready to jump in.

Year of monthly shared meals rotating through circle members homes

Bring a dish to share and a open heart to hear the joys of your fellows.

Open to families, couples and individuals all seeking greater fellowship.

We have a lunch bunch circle that meets at a restaurant following church for fellowship without the effort of entertaining in your home.

Family Circle is for families with children who would like to develop connections as families.

Ongoing Events

Supper Clusters

Supper Clusters are gatherings in homes for a meal and getting to know each other better. Groups of 8-10 people meet monthly to break bread. Each year we create new groups, and groups are always welcoming guests to give it a try. We also have lunch clusters that meet in restaurants for those who want the fellowship without the cleanup.

Annual Events

Spring Tea and performance by Il Dolce Suono

Gathering for a time honored tradition and a wonderful time of fellowship, women and men enjoy a lovely tea; including Tea Sandwiches, clotted cream on scones and the joy of sharing over a hot cup of tea. This intergenerational event brings all together. In previous years we have had speakers, but right now we are indulging in the sweet sounds of Il Dolce Suono the choral group from Cabrillo College.

Men’s Breakfast

Usually in June we honor the men of the church with a hot breakfast of pancakes, bacon and eggs. They get a chance to share with each other and stay long after clean-up chatting over coffee.

Church Family Picnic

St. Andrew Day

Advent Festival

Fellowship with a Purpose

Crop Walk

We join area churches on the CROP Walk – walking the distance many people have to walk each day for clean water. Our journey starts and ends with Second Harvest Food Bank who is the recipient of much of local funds raised. Church World Service sponsors this event providing assistance to the larger world to end hunger.