We are called.

After 107 years in San Dimas, God has called us to new things. Our mission to create a just world where ALL are included in the family of God goes with us as we seek to reach the neighborhoods of Rancho Cucamonga and the surrounding areas. We invite you to join us in a new Sacred Place on June 9.

Our final Sunday in San Dimas will be Sunday, June 2. Join us for worship at 10 am.

We seek justice.

Our God calls us to do justice, seek peace, and effect change for a better world. We must be a prophetic voice louder than the voices of hate. The simple act of loving our neighbor is an act of resistance. We have a long way to go until we can proclaim that we have achieved a just world for all, however, we continue to strive for that justice each and every day.

We create inclusion.

All are welcome. And we really do mean all. We celebrate the beauty and uniqueness of God’s diverse family and our oneness in Christ. To show our commitment to inclusion, we are an Open and Affirming congregation, which means we intentionally include the LGBT+ community in our church family.

We are family.

The Church is a family of families and we strive to care for one another in times of joy and sadness. Single, married, divorced, kids, no kids— whatever shape your family takes, you are invited to join us.

Join us for worship.

Sundays @ 10 am

Sunday Worship is our time to gather as a faith family. We keep things pretty casual; come as you are. Worship is an every day practice, so for our time together, we gather with singing, praying, listening, and working together to respond to the world around us. A nursery is available for preschoolers, and K-5 kids can go to Sunday school (following Children’s Time) for a message specifically designed for them. Families are also invited to worship together. Following worship, join us for coffee hour.

You can pre-register your kids for the nursery or Sunday school on the Church Center app (App Store or Google Play.)

God is calling us to new things.

We will begin meeting in Rancho Cucamonga on Sunday, June 9.