News & Events

A Conversation about Summer Camp

Friday, May 18th Community Presbyterian Church - San Juan Capistrano 32202 Del Obispo Street San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 You’re invited to a conversation with Tanner Pickett from Montreat Conference Center. Please see the flier below for all the details. We can...

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A Conversation about Summer Camp

Remembering a Beloved Clerk

MEMORIAL REFLECTIONS Diane Woollett April 28, 2018 These Memorial Reflections about Diane’s life began weeks ago, as if by some design, I could get ahead of the curve. Not the curve of minister busy-ness and church obligations. I mean ahead of the grief curve that...

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Remembering a Beloved Clerk

Home for Refugees 1st Annual Gala

Join us for the first annual Home for Refugees Gala! This event will benefit the life transforming mission of Home for Refugees and will feature a reception hour, silent auction, dinner, an opportunity to meet some of the refugee families, and a program sharing the...

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Home for Refugees 1st Annual Gala

Talk Saves Lives – Suicide Prevention

Monday, May 21, 7 PM. Trabuco Presbyterian Church. A Brief Introduction to Suicide Prevention Learn the warning signs and risk factors of suicide and how together, we can help prevent it....

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Talk Saves Lives – Suicide Prevention

Practical Leadership Training for Pastors

June 12-14, 2018 Presbyterian Church of the Master CRM’s reFocusing Team will equip pastors and their leaders in Awaken and Activate—two congregational workshops where your members discover God’s unique missional calling on their lives and then put it into action....

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Practical Leadership Training for Pastors

Service of Hope

6:30 PM, May 16 San Clemente Presbyterian Church A mental health service of music, prayer, and hope for individuals and their friends/family members who live with mental health....

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Service of Hope

Coming Alongside One Another on the Camino

It can be easy for those of us in the American church to have the tendency to want to ‘walk along the large boulevard, shaded by trees, no pot holes, nice wide sidewalks and a delightful breeze.’ But what if it is the ‘wilderness’ that is actually the place where...

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Coming Alongside One Another on the Camino

Job Opening: Assistant Stated Clerk

Position Summary: The Presbytery of Los Ranchos seeks a part-time Assistant Stated Clerk to provide administrative and ecclesiastical support to the Presbytery’s Office of the Stated Clerk. Familiarity with Presbyterian patterns of administration and...

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Job Opening: Assistant Stated Clerk

Job Opening: Executive Assistant

Position Summary: The Presbytery of Los Ranchos seeks a part-time Executive Assistant to provide logistical support for quarterly Presbytery Gatherings and to serve as the Event Coordinator at Gatherings themselves. In addition, the Executive Assistant will provide...

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Job Opening: Executive Assistant

Karl Barth Conference at Princeton

June 21 - 23, 2018 Princeton Seminary “The Witness of the Pastor” More One of the leaders is Peter Anders, a son-in-law of PLR member, Don Travis. Peter Anders is a theologian and freelance academic. He has graduate degrees in theology and religious studies from...

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Karl Barth Conference at Princeton

Summer Trip to Malawi

Is your church looking for a way to change the world while also transforming the lives of your members? Y-Malawi is the partnership for you! Teams return from Malawi changed people. Part of this is due to the orientation all of our mission teams receive at SCPC....

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Summer Trip to Malawi

Advent at the Little Brown Mission Hub

As the Advent Season is in motion, we wanted to share some photos from various services at LBM last week.  It was a tremendous week. Thank you Laura and the NEOW group for touching the hearts of many that are looking for solice and peace. So many that attend on...

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Advent at the Little Brown Mission Hub

First PC of Anaheim’s Stand Against the KKK

A little known piece of local history is how, in 1924, the KKK tried to turn Anaheim into a “perfect Klan town.” Styling themselves as the upholders of Christian morality, they blamed minority groups (particularly immigrants and Catholics) for civic problems and...

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First PC of Anaheim’s Stand Against the KKK