February & March 2024


Week of Compassion Special Offering: Sunday, Feb. 18 & 25


There are multiple ways to contribute to the Week of Compassion Special Offering:

  • Cash: Please write “Week of Compassion Special Offering” on the envelope
  • Check: Please write “Week of Compassion Special Offering” on the envelope and/or memo line
  • Tithely: Please select “Week of Compassion–Special Offering” from the dropdown menu


Embracing an Adult Faith Lenten Study: Begins Sunday, Feb. 18 after worship

The goal of this study is to offer adult learners, “opportunities to engage the questions of faith that are most pressing for them today”. There are five sessions covering the following topics: God, Jesus, Salvation, Practice, and Community. Each session will begin with a 20-25 minute video introduction to the topic by New Testament scholar Marcus Borg, followed by a small group conversation.

Because this is a video-based course, it will be offered in-person only (copyright limits what can be used on virtual platforms such as Zoom). Sessions will be held after worship, starting Sunday, February 18. The dates for the sessions are as follows:

  • Sunday, February 18
  • Sunday, February 25
  • Sunday, March 3
  • Sunday, March 10
  • Sunday, March 17

Please purchase the companion book of the same title (Embracing an Adult Faith); it is available for $16. If you need help purchasing the book, please contact Mike or JulieThe book contains a few questions or simple activities to engage ahead of each session, as well as the discussion material.

Please indicate your intention to participate by contacting the Church Office by phone (909-622-1144) or email.


A sculptural interpretation of the story of the Good Samaritan. Said Good Samaritan is depicted kneeling over the man from Jericho, who grips his side in pain. A donkey stands in the background behind the man from Jericho, and a jug sits in the background behind the Good Samaritan. The sculpture appears to be affixed to a building near where the two sides of the roof meet. Image via Pixabay.


Chapman University Founders Day: Saturday, Mar. 9 @ 9a

Registration is now open for the Chapman University Founder’s Day event with Diana Butler Bass! The registration cost to attend in-person is $50, and the registration cost to attend virtually is $15.

Register here: https://www.chapman.edu/campus-life/church-relations/founders-day/index.aspx


An infographic from Chapman University for its upcoming Founders Day Celebration. Diana Butler Bass, Ph.D., a white woman with shoulder length blonde hair and glasses, stands next to a door that leads into what looks like a home office/library and smiles into the camera. She is wearing a dark blue shirt with three-quarter length sleeves. The text reads, “40th Annual Founders Day: Gratitude. Featuring Diana Butler Bass, Ph.D.: Award-winning author, popular speaker, inspiring preacher, and one of America’s most trusted commentators on religion and contemporary spirituality. Save the Date! March 9, 2024. Registration opens in January: chapman.edu/founders-day.” The logo for Chapman University’s Church Relations body sits in the bottom left corner of the image.


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