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1751 N. Park Ave
Pomona, CA 91768

Office Hours
Monday: 9am – 12pm
Tuesday: 9am – 12pm
Wednesday: 9am – 12pm
Thursday: 9am – 12pm
Friday: 9am – 12pm

If you'd like to meet someone before you walk through that door the first time, just give us a call or send us an email.

We'll arrange for one or two of our members have coffee or something with you and give you a chance to get to know someone, so you won’t be by yourself for your first visit.


Upcoming Events

Agents of Compassion: The Compass of Compassion Based Activism


Saturday, January 26, 9-3pm at First Christian, Pomona!
 “Agents of Compassion: The Compass of Compassion-based Activism” featuring Dr. Frank Rogers, Jr of Claremont School of Theology and the Center for Engaged Compassion
How do we love our enemies when people hold ideologies and abuse power in ways that offend our deepest values? The Way of Jesus offers us direction. He was a spiritual teacher and a prophet of peace within an oppressive society. He taught a radical path of personal transformation and social engagement rooted in dignity, justice, and compassion. This retreat—through stories, contemplative practices, reflection exercises, and group processes—will explore what Jesus’ radical invitation might look like in today’s challenging world and offers an orienting compass to guide a social activism rooted in empowered compassion.
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Some scholarships are available. Contact Julie Roberts-Fronk for information.

Labyrinth Walk: Carrying An Experience in Sacred Space, Dec. 11, Tuesday 7-8:30

This walk is in conjunction with the multi-media exhibit “Through the Checkpoint”. You can experience the exhibit and walk the labyrinth, just experience the exhibit, or just walk the labyrinth. Julie Roberts-Fronk will facilitate an introduction for those who want to engage in the Labyrinth walk. The focus will be how we engage sacred space and practice, like the Labyrinth, in a way that helps us process and pray an experience, like experiencing the stories and picture of people in “Through the Checkpoint”. The Labyrinth is a sacred space to which we can bring brokenness: our brokenness and the world’s brokenness. It is a spiritual practice in which we can find the wholeness of God guiding us. The Labyrinth will remain open until 8:30. Once your walk is finished you are free to stay in the space, view the exhibit a first or second time, or conclude and return home.

Through The Checkpoint: The Pilgrim

Despite conflict and occupation pilgrims continue to flood to Jerusalem, many disengaged from the conflicts roaring outside and within church walls, as perhaps is the case with this pilgrim, who prays over the Stone of Anointing where, tradition holds, Jesus' body was anointed before his burial.

Despite conflict and occupation pilgrims continue to flood to Jerusalem, many disengaged from the conflicts roaring outside and within church walls, as perhaps is the case with this pilgrim, who prays over the Stone of Anointing where, tradition holds, Jesus’ body was anointed before his burial.

“What do we mean by, when everyday we pray the Lord’s Prayer?  We say, “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”  So, we have to bring justice to earth and do something on earth, that is what Jesus taught us.  Also I refuse, when I speak they tell me you’re are part of the peace churches.  I refuse to say, oh the Quakers are a peace church.  All churches should be peace churches because violence was contrary to the mind of Christ.”


Through the Checkpoint is a multi-media project created by Rev. Katie Archibald Woodward who writes,

“It is created in partnership with the Creative Visions Foundation and is serving in tandem with ongoing efforts to foster justice and peace for all living in the Palestinian-Israeli region by the continued call for equity, human dignity, and the pursuit of a coexistence without occupation.

I hope to help our global community gain a fuller picture of life in Palestine/Israel and motivate viewers, like you, to join movements to end a dehumanizing status quo and catalyze peace and equity for Palestinians, Bedouins, and Jewish Israelis alike. ”

The Christ child was born into a time and place in which there was “a dehumanizing status quo.” The season of Advent prepares us for Christmas. Advent is a time of unhiding, revealing. Advent calls us to see, look and discover. You are invited to see, look and discover something hard and hopeful about the Holy Land in Through the Checkpoint

Location: First Christian Church Pomona, 1751 North Park Ave, Pomona, CA 91768

Date and Time: December 1st, 2018 from 3 – 5pm.

Donations benefits the artist and continuing work.

First Christian Church will be showcasing Through the Checkpoint throughout the month of December.

November 3, 2018, Pomona Placemaking Workshop

Please join us on Saturday, November 3rd, from 9:00 – 11:30 am for our final Pomona Placemaking Workshop of 2018.  We will be hosted by First Christian Church, 1751 N. Park Ave., Pomona CA 91768.  Parking is located behind the church off Artesia Street.  We are honored to have Mr. Josh Swodeck facilitating a session on how to tell your placemaking stories through social media and other outlets.  And as always, you will be able to work on projects and connect with friends.  A flyer is attached.  Please share with those who may be interested.

We hope to see you there!


September 9, 2018 – Blessing of the Backpacks!

bbackpacksBlessing of the Backpacks! For all going back to school, we invite you and family to come over to First Christian Church Pomona on Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 10am. We will be praying over both student and backpack, to share in the excitement as well as to comfort those who may be anxious. Invite friends and family!