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 12th 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. Meets in the Grand St. Center, North Room. Led by Jean Ann Duckworth.
Souper Bowl of Caring
Sundays  |  Thru Feb 3rd 

We would love if you would bring us tins of soup for our food pantry over the next several Sundays! Caring hands will pack these into the provisions we make available for families and individuals in need on Wednesdays – our Food Pantry. Both Pop-top and regular-lid cans are welcomed. Please leave in the receptacle in the Narthex.

Lydia Circle
Saturday  |  January 19th  |  10:00 am  |  Grand St. Center, North Rm.
Lydia Circle is our monthly Bible study for women which runs from September – June. This year we are studying from the book God’s Promise: I Am with You by Amy Poling Sutherland.
Book Club
Wednesday  |  January 23rd  |  11:30 am  |  Flippen Chapel
For January we are reading and discussing Birds of a Feather (book 2 in the Maisie Dobbs series): An eventful year has passed for Maisie Dobbs. She has proven herself as a psychologist and investigator, and has even won over Detective Inspector Stratton of Scotland Yard’s Murder Squad. It’s now the early Spring of 1930. Stratton is investigating a murder case in Coulsden, while Maisie has been summoned to Dulwich to find a runaway heiress. The woman is the daughter of Joseph Waite, a wealthy self-made man who has lavished her with privilege but kept her in a gilded cage. His domineering ways have driven her off before, and now she’s bolted again. Waite’s instructions are to find his daughter and bring her home. When Maisie looks into the disappearance she finds a chilling link to Stratton’s murder case, and to the terrible legacy of The Great War.
Please join us in Flippen Chapel with a sack lunch and participate in an interesting book discussion. Books that we will be reading this year include: The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, by Lisa See, in February and Boy on the Wooden Box, by Leon Leyson in March.
Wednesday  |  January 23rd  |  1:00 pm  |  Choir Room

Join your fellow gamers for fun, dessert and refreshments. $2. Friends, neighbors and relatives welcome!

Homelessness Demystified – Women Connected
Saturday  |  February 2nd  |  9:30 am-12:00 pm  |  Off-site

Join with the Presbyterian Women of Los Ranchos for this special event about an important and increasingly pressing issue. Please note that registration is required – cost is $10. Click here to download a form.