Each year, our Flower Guild hosts an Easter Flower and Plant donor drive. Donors are welcome to make a donation of $10 towards the special Floral decor in the Sanctuary on Easter Sunday and have the named of a loved one included in the program. After the last service, donors can pick up their flowers or have them delivered to one of our homebound members.
Each year, the United Church of Christ collects a special offering titled “One Great Hour of Sharing.” One Great Hour of Sharing is the Lenten Offering of the United Church of Christ that supports disaster, refugee, and development activities. Please join us in supporting these important missions on March 31, 2019.
Bring a spoon and a bowl and join us for supper and a Service of Tenebrae as we head into Easter weekend
We’re kicking off the Summer season with a free concert featuring Richard Smith! Smith, world-renowned finger style guitarist from Nashville, will perform at The Neighborhood Church on Sunday, May 5 at 5PM. His repertoire includes everything from classical, gypsy style rhapsodies, jazz standards, Joplin rags, classic bluegrass, country, pop and “oldies”. With unbelievable skill, he plays bass, rhythm and melody simultaneously while switching between thumb picking and flat picking.
Please join as we welcome United Church of Christ General Minister and President Rev. Dr. John C. Dorhauer as our Guest Minister on March 3! We are excited to welcome John to the Neighborhood Church.
Since 1941 women of the Church Women United Movement have held a vision of Christian unity and prayerful action. CWU was founded as a racially, culturally, and theologically inclusive Christian women's movement to celebrate unity in diversity and work for peace in the world. You’re invited to the Annual World Day of Prayer on March 1!
Join us for an interesting seminar and preview of our Organ Concert led by our own Karl Snider, former music professor at Loyola Marymount University and Mount Saint Mary’s College! Learn more about pipe organs, the upcoming concert and stories about the composers!
All volunteers who work with Family Promise families must attend a training session prior to hands-on volunteer work. Attending the session is not a commitment to volunteer, but allows you to once you’re ready! This is a group training with other congregations and all are welcome.
Join us for a wonderful evening of Christmas fellowship as we kick off the holiday season with our second Church Christmas Potluck hosted by Women’s Fellowship/Vineyard Circle! Bring your favorite dish to share and spend the evening with us, complete with entertainment! All are welcome regardless of Church Membership
Join us as we continue a 40+ year tradition of donating holiday gifts to underprivileged children of the Navajo and Hopi Nations in Arizona. Since the 1970s, we have partnered with Spirit of a Giving Heart to provide hope to these children through an annual holiday toy drive. Bring your new and unwrapped gifts in during the month of November!
Join us as we celebrate World Community Day with Church Women United! We will discuss wholeness, what it means to be whole, and how to become whole, both personally and in our larger community.
Join us for the first session in our 2018-2019 Parent Education Series: Nurturing our Families. All are welcome to attend this free educational session on nurturing prayer— get tips for your own prayer life, and learn more about tools to help your children pray.
The eighteenth year of the Interfaith Discovery Series will begin at 7:30pm Tuesday October 9, 2018 with a discussion of “The Creation Story” by a panel of religious scholars: Rabbi Mark Diamond, LMU; Prof. Amir Hussain, LMU; Rev. Reinhard Krauss, UCLA; and Msgr. David Sork, St. John Fisher with Bob Rothman as moderator.