Loving Our Neighbor..... What better way to share God's love than supporting our neighborhood. We actively and financially support the Christian Help Center and Vallejo Together which provide shelter for the homeless, meals, and support to our local neighbors to help them rebuild their lives.  We are also actively involved with Steffan Manor School, the elementary school across the street from us.  We host Rebuilding Together Solano County in a food distribution program at the church on Wednesdays and Thursdays.   We open our doors for several Narcotics Anonymous meetings and for another church, Life In the Word, to meet.

More globally, we support Westminster Woods, a church camp located in the beautiful Redwoods near Occidental, Ca.  Check out  Mission Sundays and you will find out you can easily support poor farmers in third world countries. Our most recent Mission trip was to Eureka were we fed the homeless and helped with building repairs.

Eagle Scout Project for CPC

Hello Everyone! My name is Parker Stewart, and I am a boy scout of Troop 007 located in Benicia. These past couple of months, I have been working on obtaining my Eagle rank, the highest achievable rank in scouting. To do this, I planned and carried out a service project to benefit CPC church. My project was to build and install soundproofing insulation panels in the Fellowship Hall and in Room 2 to reduce echo and sound pollution. Through much work, we completed the project and hung 34 baffles in the fellowship hall. 

However, the supplies for these baffles were expensive, and although kind friends and family have donated to my project, there is still $300 of materials unpaid for. If you want to help contribute to the project, please donate to the church's building fund. It would not only help me, but it would help future projects and the church in general. Thanks to everyone who helped me along the way and helped me get my project done. 

Chuck and Michelle Speir present Community Presbyterian Church with a recognition:

"In grateful appreciation to Community Presbyterian Church

for sixty-two years of dedication and support to

Boy Scout Troop 77, Vallejo, CA. 1958-2020"

Chuck is the retiring scoutmaster for troop 77.

Christian Help Center

CPC is helping the Christian Help Center! Please see the list below and help donate items to CHC.


Desperately Needed Items



on-going          Hairnets, needed for kitchen cooks and servers

on-going          Gloves (Large & X-large) needed for kitchen cook, dishwasher and servers

on-going          Dishwashing liquid with pump dispenser

on-going          Scouring pads

on-going          Kitchen towels and Potholders

on-going          Gallons of bleach

on-going          33-gallon Trash Bags

on-going          Mop heads

on-going          Brooms

on-going          Paper cups, Plates, forks, and spoons

on-going          Napkins

on-going          Paper towels

on- going         Cooking oil

on-going          Hand sanitizer – commercial


FRESHMEATS (Serving 50 to 100people)

on-going          Premade sandwiches: Cooked Chicken Turkey, Ham, easy-to-prepare or ready to serve



on-going          Clear, plastic containers (12" high 36" long & 36" wide) must fit under the bed (WALMART)

on-going          Plastic covers for single bed and pillows (Bed Bath and Beyond & Walmart)

on-going          Bath towels and face wash towels (used is okay but must be cleaned)

on-going          Twin bed set of linens (slightly used: fitted sheet, flat sheet, and pillows)

on-going          Twin bed covers and blankets

on-going          Lysol spray & Wipes

on-going          Hand soaps dispensers

on-going          33-gallon garbage bins & bags

on-going          Toilet paper



on-going          Laundry detergent

on-going          Clorox Bleach

Solano Dream Center Tours the Christian Help Center


Solano Dream Center

Helping out in our community:


Nomadic Shelter by Solano Dream Center - IS ON HIATUS PENDING REPAIRS OF THEIR VEHICLE

6:00 pm to 6:00 am in our upstairs classrooms

A message from Solano Dream Center leadership:

The Solano Dream Center is officially launching the Nomadic Shelter this Sunday, March 28th. Our schedule of churches is the following:

  • Sunday - Christian Reformed Church (Fairfield)
  • Monday - Heritage Presbyterian Church (Benicia)
  • Tuesday - First Assembly of God (Fairfield)
  • Wednesday - St. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church (Vallejo)
  • Thursday - St. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church (Vallejo)
  • Friday - Community Congregational Church (Benicia)
  • Saturday - Community Presbyterian Church (Vallejo)

The Solano Dream Center greatly appreciates your partnership in helping us to bring back the Nomadic Shelter. We anticipate starting with a small number of homeless guests to allow each church to become familiar with this ministry and make any necessary adjustments. Doing so will also allow SDC to complete our staffing and orientation of this new service.


Steve Krutilek is our church’s liaison with this important mission. If you have questions, concerns or wish to help please contact Steve at leftkru@att.net. Steve will have the most up-to-date information. We know there will be some small adjustments as this program gets started.

StefFan Manor School Ministry

Part of our ministry is to support our neighboring school, Steffan Manor Elementary School. We help them facilitate special events like their fund raising Jog-A-Thon, their Thanksgiving day feast for kindergarteners,  their Books and Breakfast event, and Dr Seuss Read Aloud day.  We also host coffee, donuts and juice for parents on the first day of school. At Christmas time we have our "Giving Tree" where we gift a book to two needy students in each class.  We are also cleaning lost and found coats for them. These events are announced through- out the year and everyone is welcome to join us in this "hands on ministry"!

Throughout the year you can donate needed supplies not provided by the school district. Teachers always need Kleenex, pencils, erasers, composition books, wet wipes, calendars, and "Boxtops for Education."

Click here to learn about our latest ministry activities with Steffan Manor School.


Rebuilding Together Solano County

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.  Click here to learn more.

Vallejo Together

Donna Minnick's Memorial Fund used to Help the Homeless

With the blessings of Donna Minnick's family and approval of the memorial committee, bunk beds for the Men's Dormitory at the Christian Help Center  and Solano Dream Center were purchased.  These beds were greatly needed as a Homeless Camp in Vallejo is due to be dismantled 12-14-20.

CPC Supporting Meals in Vallejo


The Mission and Outreach Committee of CPC decided this week to allocate some of CPC’s mission monies to Vallejo Together’s Thanksgiving meals. Our donation of $2500 will ensure that low-income seniors, families living in their cars, and those Vallejo residents at homeless encampments will have a full Thanksgiving feast. Vallejo Together volunteers will be delivering meals made by First Baptist Church and a local catering company.

Global Holiday Faire

The Global Holiday Faire was quite successful despite being held virtually. All sales were handled through the website and all the nonprofit organizations were assisted to some extent. Heifer International was a huge success, raising $4,282.00! Thanks to all who supported the Faire by making a purchase or by donating to one of our vendors. Thanks also to everyone who made a gift basket and to all who spread the word to promote the Faire’s virtual marketplace. 

The Faire plans to be back (hopefully in person) next December; mark your calendars for Saturday, December 4, 2021.  

Missions Sundays

Each Sunday of the month is designated as a special mission target, so you can easily make a contribution to help others. It may be as simple as collecting items you already have and bringing them to church, saving a few pennies while you remember the hungry or making a small purchase to help Third World farmers.  You can even help our children and youth programs by recycling cans, paper, bottles, and even clothing items. 

  • 1st Sunday- Fair Trade Sunday

    1st Sunday of the month is Fair Trade Sunday. From October through June, we have items, mostly coffee beans, cocoa beans and teas for sale during our coffee hour.   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. Click here to see current offerings.

  • 2nd sunday- Local Missions

    2nd Sundays of the month by collecting;

    • Kleenex, pencils, erasers, composition books, wet-wipes for Steffan Manor School
    • Box Tops for Education-grocery products such as soup and cereal that have an emblem on the top of the box "Box Tops for Education"
    • Bring those unopened little shampoo, lotion, and/or conditioner bottles from your excursions so we can deliver them to the Christian Help Center.
    • Magazines are delivered to Sutter Hospital waiting areas.
    • Greeting cards so we can send them to those who are ill, etc.
    • Calendars are delivered to the Veterans Home in Yountville and teachers at Steffan Manor School.
  • 3rd Sunday- Food Pantry

    We collect non-perishable food items and deliver them to the Christian Help Center in Vallejo to help feed the homeless and hungry.  We have a bookcase in the corner of the Fellowship Hall to place your items. While the 3rd Sunday is the designated Sunday, we will accept food items anytime.

  • 4th Sunday- Cents-Ability Program

    This is a Presbytery program that provides funds to the food banks and other feeding programs in Northern California. We invite everyone of all ages to contribute a few cents at every meal in thankfulness for having food to eat and in response to Jesus' command, "You give them something to eat." Once a month you bring what you have collected to church. If each of us contribute just two cents a meal (a 30-day month of 3 meals per day), that adds us to $1.80. if 100 people contributed that each month, we would give $2,160 a year to this worthy program. A few cents can add up!  To learn more about Cents-Ability, click here.

  • Recycling to support our children and youth

    Did you know that you can take your recycling materials to VALCORE, 38 Sheridan St.,  Vallejo and donate the proceeds to CPC for our youth program? They only buy California Redemption Value (CRV) beverage containers. Just tell VALCORE that you want to donate your recycling to CPC. VALCORE now recycles books and clothes! Acceptable items are clothes, shoes, accessories (belts, hats, scarves, etc), towels and bedding. Time to clean out those closets and garages! Click here to learn more about Valcore's policies, hours of operations, etc.

  • September- Pedal for Protein

    Quite often food banks receive very few protein donations which are an essential item in our diets. Pedal for Protein is a Presbytery sponsored event where bike riders collect donations for purchasing protein and give it to the local food banks in Northern California. They take multiple day strenuous long treks through Northern California. To learn more bout this program, click to go to the Presbytery.

Partnership MIssions-

We also partner with the following organizations-

Rebuilding Together Solano County (RTSC) Food Program

This ongoing Food Program  provides free food e,g, deli meat, produce, dairy and baked goods to low-income seniors,  veterans, disabled and families every Wednesday and Thursday on a first come first serve basis starting at noon at our church. You are welcome to volunteer for this worthy program. Additionally RTSC aids in home repair for low income, disabled, and veterans. Click here to learn about the  our latest activities with them. For more information, click here to go to their website.

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings-

We sponsor weekly meetings Sundays at 1:30 and Tuesdays at 6:00pm. They offer recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings. The group atmosphere provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Click here to go to their website for more information.

Christian Help Center-

Provides food and shelter to those who are homeless and in need of care with compassion, dignity and respect.

They envision a community where everyone has a right to affordable housing and food. Through their support, those in need become independent and self-sufficient citizens in our society.  They are located at  2166 Sacramento St. Vallejo, Ca 94590. Their phone number is  (707)553-8192.   Click here to go their website. 

Vallejo Together-

This organization is as advocate for the homeless, senior citizens and veterans. They often deliver meals to homeless camps,  They not only provide food, but give families and friends in need access to showers, washers and dryers, internet computer with printer, long distance telephone, microwave use, free coffee, cup of noodles, breakfast bars and emergency clothing. Resource navigators help access employment applications, make appointments, and secure necessary documents and look for housing. All of this is totally done with volunteers. They also run some transitional homes and have a medical mobile unit.

Life in the Word-

Is an Assemblies of God Christian Center Church also under a Samoan Fellowship. The majority are Polynesian people.

They are a multicultural Church and believe the house of God is open to anyone and for everyone of all races and backgrounds from all different walks of life. They meet on Thursdays at 7pm for Family Life Group, where families come together and learn about God and are split up in groups and minister In songs, praise and skits and sharing of the Word.

1st Friday of the month at 7pm-Youth meet for games, sharing and worship.

Saturday-Prayer meeting from 7am to 8am.

Sunday School at 11 am for all ages

Sunday Main Service at 12 pm (noon).

Upcoming Events

Due to the corona Virus all in church activities have been suspended until further notice from our government.  

Click on individual events for more details!

Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...