GROW WITH US
We believe God is still speaking. To you. To us.
How can we learn and share that together?
Mixed Media meets the second Saturday of the month, September through June, except for December, when we don’t meet. It is a fellowship group, where most months we meet for a potluck supper followed by a movie at the Dunlap home at 5 p.m. We also have attended plays and musicals and have gone to exhibits and artistic presentations- a poetry reading, Dead Sea Scrolls, barbershop quartets, etc. Please click on the link to contact Kathy Dunlap to be added to the announcement list.
Word & Wonder is our Thursday evening online study and discussion group. We meet at 7 PM. We explore scripture every week in preparation for our worship gathering. This is a space to ask questions and to wrestle with the Bible in a loving conversation committed to justice. Click on the link above for the Zoom link to gather with us.
We return on Feb. 1, 2024. (Be sure to see the two events on the frontpage for Thursday events before that time.)
On Thursdays, Rev. Nathan gathers at the Lost Bean in Tustin, CA for open conversation time about anything going on in the life of the church. Bring your questions, prayers, and stories. Share a cup of coffee with us.
The Church of the Foothills choir is a dynamic group of singers of all skill levels who lead worship and praise God through music from a variety of different traditions, eras, and styles. We perform special concerts at least twice a year. Soloists are welcome.
Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings in the Fall, Winter, and Spring.
The choir is always looking for singers, regardless of your ability, to share in this life-giving and joyful ministry.
Director Sammy Salvador is no stranger to our community as an educator, vocalist, and conductor. He spent time substituting for our previous director in the past. He values our commitment to inclusivity and progressive theology. Click on the title above to learn more about him.
Sharing our campus
We host AA meetings on our campus. AA meetings are if you think you may be an alcoholic or you have a desire to stop drinking. They vary in format, size, and are anonymous. You are not obligated to give any information at an A.A. meeting.
Through music, men’s voices unite to entertain, inform, bring healing, joy, friendship and build bridges to the public at large.
TG Rainbow is a gender identity support group meeting on campus.
An independent Catholic Church, we invite all to experience and share God’s unconditional love.
Contact the church office if you are interested in using the campus for an event.