Our outdoor summer concert series wraps up with the World’s Most Recorded Piper, Eric Rigler! Accompanied by multitalented guitarist Dirk Freymuth, the two will put on a special performance of Celtic Music, from tradition to the movies. Eric and Dirk have visited the Neighborhood Church for Summer Sunday Sounds many times in the past and always attract a full crowd, so come early to get seats!
Is cleaning out your closet on your Summer To-Do List? Schedule it for the last week of August and bring your donations of used Business Attire to the Church to benefit Clothes the Deal! Help homeless and low income individuals prepare for interviews and secure employment!
Join us as we take part in a special project benefitting Family Promise of the South Bay! They have secured a 4 bedroom house to use as bridge housing for families in the program and need our help turning a house into a home. We’ll be painting the house on August 4 in preparation for families moving in this Fall.
Looking for a free summer outdoor concert series? We’ve got just the ticket— our Summer Sunday Sounds Concert Series! Join us for a BYO Picnic on our Seaside Patio followed by a concert at 7PM. July’s concert will feature the talented singer Sarah Fantappie.
Our Guest Minister, Rev. Dr. Davida Foy Crabtree, is hosting a special three week adult education series this Summer! Join her in the Parlor as she tells the story of how the United Church of Christ (UCC) became a leading Christian progressive voice in America.
Our Summer Concert series is back, and we’ve got a diverse and exciting lineup headed your way! Kent is a Los Angeles musician, creator and entertainer known for his performances with the RimbaTubes, a homemade PVC Pipe instrument built with his father.
We’re saying THANK YOU to all of our incredible volunteers and members with a Staff Hosted Cookout! Join us as we kick off the Summer Season at the Neighborhood Church with a family friendly BBQ featuring vegetarian options and special entertainment for children.
Team Neighborhood Church is fighting hunger together at the Botanic Garden! Will you be a part of our team as we participate in one of the oldest charity walks in the United States to raise funds and help stop hunger in our community and around the world? Registration begins at 10AM, and the walk begins at 11AM.
Our very own Connie Black is leading a special three week course exploring The Lord's Prayer! Connie is a graduate from Chicago Theological Seminary, which is a UCC Seminary. Learn the origins of the Lord's Prayer and join us as we examine the "Our" and "Father" parts of the prayer.
When a spouse, child, parent, sibling or friend dies, we experience various issues of grief. Joining a support group can be helpful because there are others to identify with who are also mourning a loved one. The group is open to members of our church and the community who have lost a loved one by death.
Women's Fellowship is hosting the San Pedro Reader's Theater Repertory for a presentation of Washington's Loves by playwright Miro Gavran. This is a fictional tale of a wife and a mistress having a heart to heart. Why would George have a mistress? Join us and find out!
For three weeks in April, we'll be collecting cleaning supplies to benefit Harbor Interfaith Services in San Pedro. Please bring your donations of new paper towels, dish towels, sponges, laundry detergent, dish soap and other cleaning supplies to the Church on April 15, 22 or 29.
Did you know— the word Maundy comes from the Latin word mandatum, which means to entrust, or to mandate. Join us for our Maundy Thursday Soup Supper on Thursday, March 29 at 6:30PM in the Fellowship Hall
Our Palm Sunday celebrations will feature a special presentation of John Leavitt's Calvary's Mountain, A Cantata for Passiontide. Presented by our Covenant Choir and Orchestra during both the 9:00AM and 11:00AM services as a part of regular worship.
How much do you know about dreams? What can we do with them? What is their place in our spirituality?
If you’re interested in learning more about dreams and discussing the questions above, join Rev. Dr. Karl Johnson, a student of the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich, for a dream workshop this Spring!