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All are welcome. All the time.


10:00 AM: Worship Service
11:15 AM: Fellowship, coffee, tea   and delicious goodies
CHILDCARE: 9:45 – 11:30
KID’S CORNER: Art supplies, fun
activities for kids in the pews

Paul will be offering the message Sunday, Feb. 17!


Annual Congregational Meeting, Sunday, Feb. 17 after service

Come elect new elders and deacons, see the 2019 budget,
vote on the pastor’s Terms of Call – short but important meeting!
(photo 2015 ordination of new officers)

George McLaird on Prayer, Feb. 3, 2019

Note: Just before the beginning of this clip, George mentions that the  first and lowest form of prayer is asking The Great Mystery to bring harm to our enemies


Especially when served with LOVE


PASTOR MESSAGEs PLUS (in video, click 3 lines, upper left, to select from SPC All Videos Playlist 1)

Prayer and Healing Group: 
Every Tues., 5:30-6:30.
Drop-ins welcome.


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Sausalito Presbyterian Church is an exquisite wedding and sacred celebrations location. Picturesque, inclusive, and easily accessible from most Bay Area cities, the architectural and spiritual charm is a delight for all.GO TO WEDDINGS

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News: a few highlights from SPINN




ART SHOW, FEBRUARY/MARCH in Thomson Hall, Rhonda Dubin, “A Sense of Place”

“A former weaver, jewelry‐maker, paper‐maker, book artist, and self‐taught graphic designer, I am delighted by color, form, texture, and the serendipitous juxtaposition on of those elements and the visual treats they present.” See SPINN for more on her work, and meet her at her reception February 10, after service, from 11:00-2:00. Her lovely website is


From SPC Green Team, something YOU can do for the Earth
We have joined with 20,000 congregations

New article about progress and more to do in SPINN. 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 Her comments about this verge on the poetic!


For cognitive impairment caregivers, 2nd Sat. each month,10-11:30 a.m., Rotary Village Community Room, 701 Colima St., Sausalito. Ample street parking. Led by facilitators affiliated with Alzheimer’s Assoc. of N. CA. Email, or see 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.

Many blessings to you,
Pastor Paul Mowry

WELCOME to Sausalito Presbyterian

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, including membership in,
and a More Light Church – o
ur congregation values inclusion across faith experiences, sexual orientations, gender expressions, and cultural backgrounds.


(Photo of Paul Mowry by Noah Berger. Thank you!)