Current Events and announcements


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Click here to read about Session's decision to continue with  Virtual Worship as of May 19, 2020


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 50 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.

Fair Trade Items Available for Sale again on June 7th!

Those of you who support this ministry will have the chance to do so again on June 7th. Our Fair Trade Table supports small farmer coops  in Third World countries by offering their goods at a reasonable, fair trade price. Typically they earn 25% more through this program which markedly improves their standard of living. John Collister is coordinating this effort and to see details of what is available click here.

CPC Assisting our Neighborhood 

in the time of Covid -19


We have heard through the City of Vallejo and Vallejo Together that the poorest of the poor in Vallejo are going hungry during the crisis. A number of regularly scheduled food programs have altered or ceased during this time. Vallejo Together is coordinating various churches and civic organizations to provide at least one meal daily to 150 people living in homeless encampments. The food has already been donated. The need now is for bottled water and food containers.


As of the April session meeting, the leadership of CPC has decided to allocate $1000 of our mission monies towards this emergency food program.


The need in our community is great at this time. Therefore, the session has approved a special offering for our city.  If you would like to contribute additional funds for bottled water and food containers, you may write a check to CPC.  Please write "emergency food program" in the memo line.  CPC will collect these funds and pass all of them onto the food program of Vallejo Together. 


On Sunday, May 24, we recognized the following young people who have completed their degrees in 2020.

Alouiza Morris

Fairfield High School

Sarina Levin

University of California, Los Angeles

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications

With Minors in Conservation Biology and

Environmental Systems and Society

Eliana Levin

Masters Degree in Fine Arts in Creative Writing

Meghan Shiner

McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific

Juris Doctor Degree with a concentration in Capital Lawyering

Click here to read letter from Pastor Wendy


Men's Book Study Group

May 31st following worship at 11:00 am

The Men's group will be discussing Unsheltered, a historical novel by the author of the Poisonwood Bible. It examines the difficulty of expressing different views than the cultural and religious norms of the time. The author follows two families that share a common house during complicated historical times. What was and what is the relationship between religious belief and science is one of several examined questions.

The May 31st meeting will either be on zoom or held in the Fireside room following the worship service around 11:00am, depending on the Covid-19 status and the continuing need for social distancing and public safety.


Virtual VBS June 15, 2020 - June 19, 2020

Ages 5-11 (pre-K to 6th grade)

Another Presbyterian congregation has invited our children to participate in their Virtual VBS. If your children or grandchildren love the songs, color and fun of VBS, then give this a try. Each day you will receive a virtual VBS video with fun filled VBS content, skits, music, crafts, Bible stories and more!! These daily videos are meant to go along with our VBS kits so you can complete the crafts and activities along with us.

Cost is $20 (plus shipping) for a VBS kit which includes the music CD.  

To register and see more details please go to  

Camperships are available, please discuss privately with Pastor Wendy.

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


  • 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 Dave's website for this year's P4P is

  • 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.


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