Current Events and announcements


Helping Our Steffan Manor Neighborhood


We are hosting Back to School Drive - Thru Giveaway in our back parking lot.  Students of Steffan Manor Elementary are invited to get free items such as new books, a box of fresh produce, school supplies, reusable masks and emergency preparedness kits. Several non-profits coordinated together on this event.  




Rebuilding Together Solano County Food Distribution

Reopened May 20th

 

Some good news! Rebuild Together Solano County (RTSC)  has re-opened their food distribution program at CPC. The program, whose primary goal is to serve low-income seniors, military, and families, began on May 20th and successfully served 70 plus families and individuals on Wednesday and Thursday.  RTSC volunteers wore masks and gloves and worked by observing social distancing. Food was delivered to the cars of our clients.  Most of the food is donated by Costco, with supplemental purchases thanks to a grant from Wells Fargo Bank.  To learn more about this program click here.



ADULT FELLOWSHIP AND STUDIES

Making Sense of the Bible by Adam Hamilton

Tuesday Afternoons 3:30-5:00 pm

Starting August 4

Click here to go to our member log in page for the Zoom Link!


Using videos and the book by Adam Hamilton, Laura Levin will lead this class in discussing the Bible.  How literally do we need to read and follow it?  Where did it come from?  If you are interested, you need to purchase your own book.  They are available used from several online sources.


Please start your search for a book now as it may take several weeks to arrive. 




Men's Book Study Group

The Men's Book Study group plans on meeting after church on the last Sunday of the month. Depending upon church reopening the meeting may be in person in the fireside room or with a Zoom Meeting immediately following prayer and fellowship time.
The following are the book will be discussed:
August 30th Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe


Discussing Race and Racism

We recently had weekly meetings when we viewed videos and then discussed them in small groups. We posted those videos, handouts and other new information on our discussing Race and Racism page for you to view. 

To see the materials click here.


YOUTH AND CHILDREN NEWS


Youth Group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm via zoom.  Contact Rev. Wendy for information and the  zoom code.


Westminster Woods Camp is offering a free Virtual Camp!


You will find fun camp-themed videos, nature exploration activities, camper books with devotionals, and more. They offer Virtual camp from Younger Elementary, Older Elementary, Middle School, High School, Friendship Camp, and Staff and Friends.

Click here to go to Virtual Camp!




Unfortunately, due to Covid 19 pandemic Westminister Woods Summer Camp has been cancelled this year.


PAST EVENTS




  • Youth SnowTrip Retreat

    Last February the youth enjoyed 3 days of fun in Lake Tahoe in the snow with snowball fights, making snow angles, sledding, playing games and fellowship.

  • Not to Late to Donate to Pedal for Protein!

    Thank you from Dave Standafer for supporting his fundraising efforts for Pedal for Protein. If you would still like to donate, checks can be made payable to Redwoods Presbytery with P4P and Dave Standafer on the memo line. That way, Dave get credit for your donation. Donors will receive a Federal Tax compliant receipt. Mail checks to Redwoods Presbytery, 1226-A Salvador Ave.,, Napa, CA 94558. The Redwoods Presbytery website is featuring PRP at  www.redwoodspresbytery.org. Dave's website for this year's P4P is www.imathlete.com/#/legacy?url=%2Fdonate%2FDavidStandafer12540.

  • Vacation Bible School Drama Camp- August

    Last August we held a joint VBS Drama Camp with Wayside Methodist Church at our church. The youth group were buddies to the younger students. They create their own T-Shirt/ costume and a personal puppet for their production of "You Are Special" by Max Lucado.

  • Bible Study- Honoring God in Each Other

    Thursdays, October 17th  through November 21st 7:00 to 8:30pm

    Join us for a serious examination of our attitudes and behaviors toward one another including forgiveness and understanding for better relationships in the future. We are reading and discussing The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation, by Miles McPherson. We will also listen to experts working in race relations and reflect on the daily headlines which highlight why this study is of critical importance today.


    For detailed information download the flyer here.

  • Annual Thanksgiving Feast

    Usually the Sunday before Thanksgiving Day we have our Thanksgiving Feast after service and share how thankful we are to God. This feast is opened to all.

  • Books and Breakfast- Steffan Manor outreach

    December 11, 2012

    The  Steffan Manor PTO asked for assistance in an their  annual Books and Breakfast event where parents accompany their children to the school.  Each student who attends receives a free book.  We assisted in providing bagels, coffee and hot chocolate.


  • Lenten Bible Study

    We explored the book 24 Hours That Changed the World by Adam Hamilton.  We explored the facts and significance of Jesus' final day on earth.   We journeyed along with Adam Hamilton as he took us to the Holy Land to the physical locations.  We will also heard partial sermons that each chapter is based upon.  With each lesson are Scripture passages and famous works of art on the subject to contemplate.  This is a profound study that impacted us when we last studied it on the past.

EVENTS THIS WEEK

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Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...