Fellowship & Events

Our Deacon / Congregational Life committee is dedicated to providing fun and exciting social activities within the life of our church. Activities include movie and game nights, karaoke nights, trips to Angels games, regional day trips and so much more. They are supported by our long-term groups: Flagship, Windjammers and Women Connected, who together provide activities for all ages of adults. Contact the church office for more information.


Forthcoming Events: 
Tuesday Nights

Tuesdays  |  6:00 pm  |  Church campus

Tuesday Night Together (TNT), 6:00 pm – TNT is a program designed specifically for adults who are developmentally challenged. We prepare a home-cooked meal, teach a developmentally appropriate Bible Study, participate in the TNT choir, and create meaningful friendships and personal relationships with God. Meets in McAulay Hall. Contact Liz Calvo for further information.

OP Youth, 6:30 pm – Bring your middle-schoolers to us! Fun, Friends, Sillyness, Bible Study and more! Every week for 6th to 8th Grades in the Chapel, led by Sarah Tannas.
Empowered by the Word Women’s Bible Study, 6:30 pm – Our weekly women’s Bible study has changed in name only! Childcare is available for this class upon request. 
Presbyterian Women Spring Gathering
Saturday  |  April 21st  |  9:30 am  |  McAulay Hall
Our next gathering will include all women from the Presbytery, and speaker Jenny Mambu – synod rep. to the Global Exchange with Indonesia. She will be joined by the women of the Indonesian Church in Fullerton.
Family Ministries – Book Study for Parents
Sunday  |  April 22nd  |  11:15 am  |  E101
The Blessing of a Skinned Knee – a book study for parents.
Internationally known clinical psychologist and lecturer Wendy Mogel’s sage reflections on raising children in a world where entitlement and competition abound, have struck a chord with thousands of readers. In a culture whose values are often at odds with the ones parents wish to uphold and instill, The Blessing of a Skinned Knee points the way to raising self-reliant, compassionate and ethical children. The class will be led by Nancy Blake. Please read chapters 3-4 before the class. New attendees should purchase their own copy of the book. Childcare will be provided but please bring a snack for your kiddos.
*Note: Class will be one week later than usual this month, however, the usual date is 3rd Sundays*
Welcome Reception for Violet Fenton and Parents Q&A
Sunday  |  April 22nd  |  From 11:00 am  |  McAulay Hall / E107
We will be hosting a welcome reception for Violet Fenton – our new Director of Children, Youth & Family Ministries  –  followed by a Parents Q&A session with her. 
Bio: Violet, a wife and mother of three, comes to us after 8 years of taking care of her home and her children. Violet has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, from the University of Nevada. She has recently completed her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, from Capella University. From January 2015 to the present, Violet owned and operated a small online boutique business featuring women’s and children’s clothing and accessories. Before her own business, Violet worked as a Pre-K Teacher creating and implementing lesson plans in language arts, math, drama, science and art. Prior to this Violet worked as Assistant to the Director of Religious Education at St. Joseph Husband of Mary Catholic Church in Las Vegas. She assisted with the running of the religious education program, recruited and trained volunteer teachers, ran the Sunday School program and ran a Vacation Bible School program every summer. Violet’s strengths are in how well she connects with children and how well she uses her strong organizational skills. She is also a trained ballet dancer! Violet has a strong desire to follow God’s will for her life. Which has led her to us. Please welcome Violet to the love, warmth, and fellowship of our Church.
Site Redevelopment Public Notice Meeting
Saturday  |  April 28th  |  10:00 am  |  McAulay Hall
Members of the community and congregation are invited to attend a meeting concerning our plans to redevelop our property.
Congregational Meeting
Sunday  |  April 29th  |  11:00 am  |  Sanctuary
The congregation is invited to attend a special congregational meeting to act upon a report from the SRTF Public Notice Meeting (see above). This will be an important step for our church so your attendance is encouraged.
Faith & Practice – The Dead Sea Scrolls
Sunday  |  May 6th & 13th  |  11:20 am  |  Flippen Chapel
We will take a break from our above series to be joined by James Charlesworth, a pre-eminent scholar on the Dead Sea Scrolls who is temporarily at Chapman University. He will share with us new details about the Scrolls and areas of study around them. James is the George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Princeton Seminary and Director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Project. All are invited to attend this exciting opportunity!