All are welcome. All the time.
10:00 AM: Worship Gathering
11:15 AM: Fellowship, coffee, tea and delicious goodies
CHILDCARE RESUMES SEPT. 8
KID’S CORNER: Art supplies, fun
activities for kids in the pews
HOMECOMING SUNDAY, 2019
Join Anne’s family and friends and your SPC sisters and brothers when we gather to remember and give thanks for the wonderful life of our beloved friend.
A long-time member of our SPC family, Anne McCormack passed away peacefully. She would have turned 76 on the 19th of July.
Anne bravely battled cancer for a couple of years. Never one to complain, she maintained a perspective of hope and gratitude, measuring her own pain against the greater suffering experienced by others. She remained optimistic unto her last days. Yet, she was not given to denial. In her last visit with Pastor Paul on the day before she
It was a life brimming with love and family . . . read more
Homecoming Sunday is often a cheerful message of coming together. Yet this year, the conditon of our home is not so cheerful. I’m not speaking of SPC — still cheerful! Rather, the world around us has been erupting in division, anger, and downright meanness . . . there is a Jewish concept, ‘tikkun olam,’ literally ‘repair of the world.’ Read more in SPINN
SPC combined rebates were almost $1,000 in 2018! It’s easy, and some folks even think it’s FUN! It definitely helps. Thank you.
Julie Carlson will be happy to help with questions, email@example.com
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Pick up an eScrip card at Mollie Stone’s, then sign up here to donate UP TO 5% of your purchase to SPC.
At Mill Valley Market, tell the cashier SPC’s code, 7066, and they will donate 2% of your purchase to SPC. If you forget, they have the codes at the register!
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.
Lovely story and details in SPINN
Please contact Barbara Geisler (email@example.com) to learn more. She’ll send you a description of what’s involved. You can read it over, think about it, and then let her know if it’s a good fit for you. More details in SPINN. Comment from an Usher, “The smiles and hugs alone make these moments worth it!”
Exciting 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!)