All are welcome. All the time.
Here’s the March 24th issue, with upcoming Zoom meetings links
Get a clickable meeting link from the emailed SPINN OR copy and paste a Zoom meeting link into your browser
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DONATE, TITHE, MAKE AN OFFERING TO SPC
“Give and it will be given to you; for in the same measure as you give, it will be given to you again.”
1. USE GIVELIFY (see below)
2. SEND CHECK to P.O. Box 236, Sausalito, CA 94966
3. USE ZELLE from your own bank account
Insert church’s name (Sausalito Presbyterian Church), the SPC Bank account number (if needed) which is 0540011418, and the email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To use GIVELIFY, Download the app for Android or IOS
Thank you Ann Mahony for suggesting this resource and to Steve Fugaro
for setting this up so quickly – and beautifully!
Steve tells us: It is designed to assist in online tithing and giving to churches. It is a website and an app – the app is very cool and has been personalized for SPC (one simply needs to enter the name of the church – very intuitive). It is available through the Android or Apple app store. You can designate your gift as a pledge, or for the Pastor’s Discretionary Fund, or just as a general gift to SPC. All you need to do is to enter your credit card number and the funds are transferred directly to our SPC checking account. Here are some tutorials for it.
All are welcome to help out, email Paul Mowry, email@example.com
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
See more of Louise’s work on her website, http://louiseforbush.com/
Louise says, “Much of the new work in this show is influenced by a silent retreat I attended in Big Sur. Brilliant sun, amazing scenery, silence, and a private terrace that looked out on the sea and sky. Oh, yes, and stars, and sunsets. The new work reflects all of these things. And, for some reason, it started me using colors I’ve never used before, like royal blue. And gold, real 24 karat gold.” Read more in SPINN
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. The group offers caregivers the ability to exchange information, talk through challenges and ways of coping, and share feelings and frustrations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or see SPINN for more detail.
Exciting and wondrous things are always happening here! 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, spiritual traditions other than their own. I invite you to look around and get a feel for our inclusiveness. We welcome any comments or questions that might be on your mind. If you’re not currently a member of our community, or if you aren’t a “church person,” we invite you to drop in on a Sunday morning or to another musical or spiritual event. You may be pleasantly surprised. And of course feel free to reach out and call or e-mail me or other 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, including membership in ProgressiveChristianity.org,
and a More Light Church – our congregation values inclusion across faith experiences, sexual orientations, gender expressions, and cultural backgrounds.
(Photo of Paul Mowry by Noah Berger. Thank you!)