All are welcome. All the time.
We broke breads that come from the countries of our 4 mission projects: pan dulce, Leon mission; sourdough bread, Bridge the Gap College Prep; Injera bread, Tangible Hope; Sweet Cornbread, Children AIDS Arts Programme. Some folks celebrated by wearing something from another country. It was an amazing day, beautiful weather, prayer was deep and rich, our connection to our brothers and sisters around the world was tangible.
Eight talented and inspiring musicians, each gifted in various music genres, returned to SPC for an extraordinary concert and fun event. Thanks for the photos, Woody Payne (in SPINN)
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(Usually updated Thursday or Friday)
Prayer and Healing Group:
Every Tues., 5:30-6:30.
Sunday, October 21 is Pastor Chat in the Alcove, Speaking of homelessness… Join us in the side room of Thomson Hall to chat with Pastor Paul about how SPC plays a role in helping to alleviate some of the severe conditions of living un-sheltered or under-sheltered. Begins shortly after the service.
LOVE LIVES IN MARIN – SHARING FREE HUGS Pastor Paul is organizing a FREE HUGS event in southern Marin. No agenda. Just an expression of the love we believe is at the core of our human experience and vital to the well-being of our community and ourselves. Email Pastor Paul to take part. Here’s a fun video to see how the first person to get this idea put it into action.
Sausalito Woman’s Club Scholarship Recognition Fund presents, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2 & 3, 120 Central Ave., Sausalito plus Appetizers, Cocktails, Raffle. Reservations Required, Tickets and Info: SWCSRF.org. Fun details in SPINN.
ART SHOW, OCTOBER / NOVEMBER in Thomson Hall, Landscapes by Cici Lee. She’s had many shows College of Marin, Marin County Fair, and in Mill Valley, The Thompson-Dorfman Gallery and At the Top Gallery/Salon. Her inspiration description in SPINN.
Save the Date, Dec 8, 2018, Dr. Sonnee Weedn, PhD and St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Marin City present Dr. Ysaye Barnwell, previously of Sweet Honey in the Rock, for workshop and evening concert. Singers and non-singers will share learning in the oral tradition, singing rhythms, chants, traditional songs, including spirituals, ring shouts, hymns, gospels, and songs from the Civil Rights Movement.” More details in SPINN.
October 7 was Potluck Sunday. Details of THANKS in SPINN
Thursday, October 18, 7:00 PM, Meet the Candidates for Sausalito/Marin City School District Board, Bayside MLK School, 200 Phillips St., Marin City., forum conducted by The League of Women Voters.
SNEAK PREVIEW PARTY, Sudha’s Treasures is Returns, Friday October 26, 4-8 PM. Store opening Oct. 27-Nov. 11, 10 AM-6 PM, Town Center in Corte Madera (next to Crate & Barrel), ALL PROCEEDS go to Berkeley Rep., Whistlestop, North Bay Children’s Center, and Marin Villages. Details in SPINN.
From SPC Green Team, something YOU can do for the Earth Opt-up to 100% renewable electric energy. Avg. household pays $4 per month. SPC reduced our electric carbon footprint to Zero! You can, too! More details in SPINN, for questions contact our Green Team Chair, Julie Carlson, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Her comments about this verge on the poetic!
Support group for those caring for someone with cognitive impairment, 2nd Sat. of each month,10-11:30 a.m., Rotary Village Community Room, 701 Colima St., Sausalito. Ample street parking. Led by facilitators affiliated with the Alzheimer’s Assoc. of N. CA. Additional info or directions, email email@example.com. Additional info in SPINN
Exciting things are always happening at church! Please drop by our website and Facebook page often as the good news is updated at least weekly.
When I first came, I was struck by the deep caring evident in the SPC community, the warm and friendly atmosphere, and the congregation’s openness to, and interest in, religious traditions other than their own. I invite you to look around and get a feel for our church. We welcome any comments or questions that might be on your mind. If you’re not currently a member of our church, or if you aren’t a “church person,” we invite you to drop in to a Sunday service or to other musical or spiritual event. You might be surprised. And of course feel free to reach out and call or e-mail me or other church staff. Contact
We hope you and your family will have a warm and spirit-filled experience with us as we worship together, share fellowship at our services and events, and serve each other and the community through our ministries.
We are a loving, spiritual family, founded on the teachings of Jesus.
We provide a nourishing environment for the spiritual growth of all beings to serve and support others.
We encourage open-minded exploration to understand, embrace, and celebrate the grace of God.
We are a progressive congregation of the Presbyterian Church and a More Light Church.
(Photo of Paul Mowry by Noah Berger. Thank you!)