Loads of Love
Aug
19
1:00 PM13:00

Loads of Love

Loads of Love is a way of caring for people who are struggling financially by assisting them to launder their own clothes. Last month we served 20 people that laundered the equivalent of 81 loads of laundry.

Loads of Love serves people that are living on the streets, in vehicles, in shelters or living with multiple families in a single family dwelling due to financial hardship. People served meet the definition of someone without a home, are food insecure, and live in poverty.

What Occurs? People in need of assistance are informed of regular opportunities to clean their clothes free of charge at local laundromats. Upon arriving at the laundromat, they are met by caring community volunteers that provide the money and laundry detergent needed to launder their clothes. Volunteers also focus on building relationships and provide a human connection often not experienced by those who live in poverty. Once trust is developed, volunteers are able to offer participants additional resources to meet other life needs.

The Loads of Love project would not exist without the generosity of numerous volunteers willing to give up some of their valuable time to provide for others in need. Even a couple hours of time committed to a project by any one individual, when coupled with commitments from other volunteers, can have amazing results. Special thanks to the many generous community members who donate their time and financial resources to assist our community need. 100% of the donations for this project support the costs of laundering clothes.

Additional information is available at: www.loadsoflovesb.org

For questions, contact Tom Spadaro (Volunteer Coordinator)
director@genuineconcern.org  805-680-8443

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All Church Picnic
Aug
25
9:00 AM09:00

All Church Picnic

Come out to the park and enjoy the church community that we love so much. Lunch will be served from 11 am to 1 pm and costs $7. This year will be having delicious taco bar. We will provide food, drinks, and snacks so feel free to bring a dessert to share (cookies, bars, or anything else!) Kids’ games and crafts begin at 10:00. Softball tournament begins at 9:00. Bring a chair or blanket and come out to the park for a fun day!

You can sign up for softball at church on Sundays or by emailing Pastor T.J. (tj@fmcsb.org).
 

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Young Adult First Friday - Worship Night
Sep
7
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adult First Friday - Worship Night

A time for young adults (19ish-29ish) to gather together and worship God through music, art, scripture, and prayer. We wanted to create a space for healing and connection with God and each other as the twenties can sometimes be a time of "growing pains." We will have some desserts afterward. We would love to have you join!

For questions, contact Pastor Nikki (nikki@fmcsb.org).

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Men's Retreat 2018
Sep
14
to Sep 16

Men's Retreat 2018

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How to Register:

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Scholarships available - contact Pastor T.J. (tj@fmcsb.org)

Registration Deadline: September 10th


Men's Retreat is a great opportunity to grow closer to God and fellowship with other men during a beautiful and relaxing weekend. This year's featured speaker is Rev. Moises Bejarano, Lead Pastor at New Hope Center (a Free Methodist Church in Chino, CA). Moises is an incredible leader and a compelling speaker. You won't want to miss it!

Time

Begins Friday, September 14th—Check-in starts at 4pm and dinner is at 6:30pm.
Ends Sunday, September 16th—Last event is worship and communion at 11am.

Location

Forest Home—Ojai Valley, 655 Burnham Road, Oak View, CA  93022

Cost

Early Registration (by August 20th) - $190 for Cabin and $155 for Tent Cabin.
After August 20th - $205 for Cabin and $170 for Tent Cabin.

**We are unable to refund any cancellations, but you may transfer your reservation to someone else. Please inform Mike Maybell, mjmaybell@mindspring.com of changes to your reservation.**

Housing Options

Cabin - FHO

Cabins - Community-style bunk bed housing with shared bathrooms. Four separate sleeping rooms with air condition and heaters. Adirondack chairs sit comfortably on the outside porches.

 

Tent Cabin - FHO

Tent Cabins - Canvas-sided raised tents with screen door and windows. Bunk bed style with electricity. Outside decks clustered in intimate tent groups of 2, 4 and 6 near community bathhouses.

 

Guest Speaker

Rev. Moises Bejarano, Lead Pastor - New Hope Center (FMC)

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Fall Send: A Multi-church Young Adult Gathering
Sep
16
6:00 PM18:00

Fall Send: A Multi-church Young Adult Gathering

  • 3909 Maricopa Drive Santa Barbara, Ca 93110 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Send: To Define a Missional Life

To challenge the dualistic narrative that "work" happens from 9 to 5 and "service" happens in the pockets of time in between. To apply the idea of being "sent" people in our different workplaces. To equip the "priesthood of all believers" with simple, pragmatic tools and techniques to foster a missional posture in all aspects of life. To "send" world-changers back out to the places where God has called them.

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Potluck Celebrating Pat Weatherford
Jul
26
6:00 PM18:00

Potluck Celebrating Pat Weatherford

For the past 30 years, Pat Weatherford has been part of our congregation. She came to our church at the invitation of a friend and God profoundly changed her life. We have been blessed to share Christ's life together for so long. She has volunteered in various capacities and also served as a teacher and then director at Cliff Drive Care Center. Her love for children and wisdom for adults has impacted our community greatly. Next month she is moving to the East Coast to live closer to her family. We will miss her very much! To say goodbye, we are having a Potluck on Thursday, July 26th at 6:00pm. All are welcome. Please bring a dish to share. We will have a time of open sharing to express our love for Pat. 

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Transition House Dinner
Jul
24
5:00 PM17:00

Transition House Dinner

Free Methodist Church is committed to providing food and volunteer labor at Transition House one Tuesday evening every other month. If you are interested in helping there are 3 ways you can do so: 1) write a check to FMCSB and mark Transition House on the memo; 2) Donate specific food items (contact Mary Woodyard to find out what is needed); or 3) contact Mary about volunteering at Transition House from 5-8pm on July 24. Contact Mary Woodyard at mary.woodyard@cox.net or 805-729-3572.


TRANSITION HOUSE

Since 1984, Transition House has developed a successful strategy for capable and motivated families to permanently regain self-sufficiency. The strategy is based on the understanding that the root cause of family homelessness is poverty. There may be other contributing factors, but underlying it all is poverty.
Transition House offers emergency shelter, transitional housing, and long-term affordable rental housing as well as a full continuum of anti-poverty services. The goal is to provide a realistic and lasting solution to poverty-based family homelessness.

Each year Transition House helps more than 700 community members – 350 of who use their three-stage housing program and services; the balance receives support through their homelessness prevention program. At least 90% of Transition House’s clients are our neighbors – they come from the greater Santa Barbara area.

At Free Methodist Church, we are honored to provide dinner and sack lunches for the residents of Transition House, 6 times each year. We are happy to accept specific food donations for the meals and cash donations.

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Jul
15
1:00 PM13:00

Loads of Love

Loads of Love is a way of caring for people who are struggling financially by assisting them to launder their own clothes. Last month, we served 14 individuals that laundered the equivalent of 49 loads of laundry.

Loads of Love serves people that are living on the streets, in vehicles, in shelters or living with multiple families in a single family dwelling due to financial hardship. People served meet the definition of someone without a home, are food insecure, and live in poverty.

What Occurs? People in need of assistance are informed of regular opportunities to clean their clothes free of charge at local laundromats. Upon arriving at the laundromat, they are met by caring community volunteers that provide the money and laundry detergent needed to launder their clothes. Volunteers also focus on building relationships and provide a human connection often not experienced by those who live in poverty. Once trust is developed, volunteers are able to offer participants additional resources to meet other life needs.

The Loads of Love project would not exist without the generosity of numerous volunteers willing to give up some of their valuable time to provide for others in need. Even a couple hours of time committed to a project by any one individual, when coupled with commitments from other volunteers, can have amazing results. Special thanks to the many generous community members who donate their time and financial resources to assist our community need. 100% of the donations for this project support the costs of laundering clothes.

Additional information is available at: www.loadsoflovesb.org

For questions, contact Tom Spadaro (Volunteer Coordinator)
director@genuineconcern.org  805-680-8443

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Tabernacle Class
Jul
15
to Aug 12

Tabernacle Class

On September 28th through October 7th, Warren and Leanne Simandle's ChapelARIEL ministry is bringing a full-scale replica of the Tabernacle to Santa Barbara for viewing and touring. (Their ministry is committed to unearthing the Hebraic roots of Christianity. Warren has a doctorate in Hebraic Studies and he and Leanne have been teaching about our Hebraic roots for over 10 years.)  In preparation for that experience, they would like to offer a unique summer class on the significance of the Tabernacle.

In the class, we will see how every piece of furniture, every type of fabric, and every aspect of the framework in the Tabernacle bespeaks of Jesus. To enhance our exploration, they will set up symbolic models of all the key elements in the Tabernacle. The class will be for five weeks, July 15- August 12th at 9:30 in the Counseling Center. If there is sufficient interest, the class will be presented. Please sign up at Connection Central. 

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Young Adult First Friday
Jul
6
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adult First Friday

Inviting all young adults (19ish-29ish) to the Kass home this Friday to play games, sing some songs, eat some desserts, and just hang by the fire pit and unwind from the week with Pastors  Nikki and T.J. Invite a friend! This is a great way to connect with other young adults in our community. Email nikki@fmcsb.org with questions.


Directions to Kass Home:
From north or south:
Exit 101 on Mission St. Take Mission toward the mountains
Follow Mission until it ends @ Laguna St.
Take a left on Laguna St
Laguna St will end in front of the mission
Take a right onto Los Olivos (Los Olivos becomes Mission Cyn Rd)
Follow Mission Cyn Rd about ¼ mile beyond the mission. You will pass markers for 716 & 718
The next lane after the stone wall has markers for 720-760 (you will pass 740… don’t fret!)
Turn right down the lane with markers 720-760
Ours is the second house on the right. The house number is not well marked but the house is mauve and kind of Frank Lloyd Wright “prairie” style. Park in the driveway or in the triangle on the lane.

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Hymn Sing
Jun
24
7:00 PM19:00

Hymn Sing

Join us for an evening of traditional hymnody. We will sing hymns by request from our Free Methodist Hymnal, led by our own Dr. Ray Rosentrater and accompanist Syd Bush. Come read your vocal part, sing the melody, or just listen along as we celebrate the tradition of long-standing hymns of the faith.

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Loads of Love
Jun
10
1:00 PM13:00

Loads of Love

Loads of Love is a way of caring for people who are struggling financially by assisting them to launder their own clothes. Last month we served 20 people that laundered the equivalent of 81 loads of laundry.

Loads of Love serves people that are living on the streets, in vehicles, in shelters or living with multiple families in a single family dwelling due to financial hardship. People served meet the definition of someone without a home, are food insecure, and live in poverty.

What Occurs? People in need of assistance are informed of regular opportunities to clean their clothes free of charge at local laundromats. Upon arriving at the laundromat, they are met by caring community volunteers that provide the money and laundry detergent needed to launder their clothes. Volunteers also focus on building relationships and provide a human connection often not experienced by those who live in poverty. Once trust is developed, volunteers are able to offer participants additional resources to meet other life needs.

The Loads of Love project would not exist without the generosity of numerous volunteers willing to give up some of their valuable time to provide for others in need. Even a couple hours of time committed to a project by any one individual, when coupled with commitments from other volunteers, can have amazing results. Special thanks to the many generous community members who donate their time and financial resources to assist our community need. 100% of the donations for this project support the costs of laundering clothes.

Additional information is available at: www.loadsoflovesb.org

For questions, contact Tom Spadaro (Volunteer Coordinator)
director@genuineconcern.org  805-680-8443

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Baptism Sunday
Jun
10
12:30 PM12:30

Baptism Sunday

It is our tradition to hold a service of baptism every year on Pentecost Sunday. In addition to the outward commitment made in this service, it is also a time for the larger church community to welcome people into the body of Christ. This year, those being baptized will be presented during the 11 am service on June 10. Immediately following the service, we will drive down to the east end of Leadbetter Beach (by the catamarans) where the baptisms will take place. All are invited to come and celebrate these baptisms.

If you would like to be baptized, please speak with Pastor Colleen (colleen@fmcsb.org) and she can give you more information.

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Young Adult Worship Night
Jun
1
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adult Worship Night

A time for young adults (19ish-29ish) to gather together and worship God through music, art, scripture, and prayer. We wanted to create a space for healing and connection with God and each other as the twenties can sometimes be a time of "growing pains." We will have some desserts afterward. We would love to have you join!

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Transition House Dinner
May
22
5:30 PM17:30

Transition House Dinner

Volunteer to help serve dinner or drop off food for the residents of Transition House. See items needed below. Cash donations are also welcome; note "Transition House" if making payable to FMCSB or give online at transition house.com.

Contact Coleen Stewart to serve or find out more info (805-403-9497, sbriotwoman@yahoo.com).

For lunches:
- 6 loaves of sandwich bread
- 3 pounds of sliced turkey or ham
- 3 pounds of sliced cheese
- fresh fruit that can easily be put in a bag lunch
- carrots or celery sticks
- cookie
- granola bar or other snacks
- bottled water

For Dinner:
- salad makings for a hearty green salad
- garlic bread for about 60 persons
- dessert for 60


TRANSITION HOUSE

Since 1984, Transition House has developed a successful strategy for capable and motivated families to permanently regain self-sufficiency. The strategy is based on the understanding that the root cause of family homelessness is poverty. There may be other contributing factors, but underlying it all is poverty.
Transition House offers emergency shelter, transitional housing, and long-term affordable rental housing as well as a full continuum of anti-poverty services. The goal is to provide a realistic and lasting solution to poverty-based family homelessness.

Each year Transition House helps more than 700 community members – 350 of who use their three-stage housing program and services; the balance receives support through their homelessness prevention program. At least 90% of Transition House’s clients are our neighbors – they come from the greater Santa Barbara area.

At Free Methodist Church, we are honored to provide dinner and sack lunches for the residents of Transition House, 6 times each year. We are happy to accept specific food donations for the meals and cash donations.

For more information contact:
Sheryl Kelly
Email: sherylmkelly@gmail.com

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Loads of Love
May
20
1:00 PM13:00

Loads of Love

Loads of Love is a way of caring for people who are struggling financially by assisting them to launder their own clothes. Last month we served 20 people that laundered the equivalent of 81 loads of laundry.

Loads of Love serves people that are living on the streets, in vehicles, in shelters or living with multiple families in a single family dwelling due to financial hardship. People served meet the definition of someone without a home, are food insecure, and live in poverty.

What Occurs? People in need of assistance are informed of regular opportunities to clean their clothes free of charge at local laundromats. Upon arriving at the laundromat, they are met by caring community volunteers that provide the money and laundry detergent needed to launder their clothes. Volunteers also focus on building relationships and provide a human connection often not experienced by those who live in poverty. Once trust is developed, volunteers are able to offer participants additional resources to meet other life needs.

The Loads of Love project would not exist without the generosity of numerous volunteers willing to give up some of their valuable time to provide for others in need. Even a couple hours of time committed to a project by any one individual, when coupled with commitments from other volunteers, can have amazing results. Special thanks to the many generous community members who donate their time and financial resources to assist our community need. 100% of the donations for this project support the costs of laundering clothes.

Additional information is available at: www.loadsoflovesb.org

For questions, contact Tom Spadaro (Volunteer Coordinator)
director@genuineconcern.org  805-680-8443

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Encounter: The Gift of the Sabbath
May
17
7:00 PM19:00

Encounter: The Gift of the Sabbath

Pastor Nikki wrote her master’s thesis on the Sabbath because of its transformative power in her life. The Sabbath is a glorious practice which can often be misunderstood by Christians but which Nikki hopes the Christian church will reclaim. Come hear how the Sabbath, the act of stopping all work for one day a week, is both a tremendous gift for our weary bodies and an act of resistance in our violent and materialistic world. 

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Parent Seminar: Strong-Willed Children
May
14
5:30 PM17:30

Parent Seminar: Strong-Willed Children

Dealing Effectively with Strong-Willed Children
Cheryl Wayman, LMFT

Dinner and Child Care included

This topic is the most requested one for parents and teachers alike. We will discuss how to custom-design our approach to different ages and stages of our child’s development and each one’s unique personality and needs.

Cheryl is a licensed marriage and family therapist and directed Cliff Drive Christian Counseling Center for 22 years. Her book “Cultivating Healthy Relationships” was published in 2016 and is designed for class and small group study with discussion and application questions at the end of each chapter. Her husband Denny (who pastored FMCSB for 40 years) is a pastoral counselor and they continue to teach on healthy family and church relationships nationally. 

Sign up by Monday, May 7. Any signups after May 7 will be put on a waiting list. Please give names of parents who are attending along with names and ages of children who need childcare.

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Winslow Family Welcome Potluck
May
6
12:30 PM12:30

Winslow Family Welcome Potluck

WINSLOW FAMILY WELCOME POTLUCK

You are invited to join us on Sunday, May 6 from 12:30-2pm in the Upper Fellowship room to welcome back our friends from Asia, Keith, Julie and the Winslow family. We will have the opportunity to hear from them, how we can pray and greet them as they visit us here in the Santa Barbara area.

Sign up to bring a main dish, salad, bread or dessert. Sign-ups can be made at connection central, online, or on our app. Table service and drinks will be provided.

Childcare will be offered after the dinner. Please sign up by Wednesday, May 2 for childcare. Childcare signups after that will be put on a waiting list.

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Garden Work Day
May
5
9:00 AM09:00

Garden Work Day

Come do some yard work and cleaning to freshen up the garden for our Preschool/Sunday School children. You can come for the whole or part of the time. Please bring your own gloves if you have them, and any gardening tools you may find useful. Contact Jenny (jenny@fmcsb.org or 805-965-1338 x228) to RSVP or for questions.

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Free Concert: Wesley White and Acre(s)
Apr
30
7:00 PM19:00

Free Concert: Wesley White and Acre(s)

Come to a free evening of music in our Sanctuary. Wesley and Cynthia White, missionaries in Scotland with Communitas International, use classical music as a platform to talk about their mission in Scotland to Iranian, Kurdish, and Syrian refugees. Come hear their story and some soothing classical music. The night will begin with a short set from Jake Elliott's band, Acre(s). Hope to see you there!


Cindy and Wesley have been married for almost 34 years.  They have five children and six grandchildren, some of whom still reside in Glasgow.  Wesley grew up as a missionary kid in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo where his parents served in medical missions.  Cindy was born in Orange, New Jersey, but was raised in a mid-size town about 70 miles outside of Washington, D.C.  After serving as a pastor in the United States for fifteen years, Wesley and his family moved to Glasgow in 2001 to start the Mosaic Community, a church-plant of Communitas International.

Wesley holds a PhD in theology from the University of Notre Dame (South Bend, Indiana) and a DMin from Denver Seminary.  He teaches half-time in the Biblical Studies department at the Scottish School of Christian Mission in Glasgow and directs Neopolis: The Scottish Centre for Theology and Ministry in an Urban World.  Wesley loves the odd mix of jazz and Gustav Mahler.  Cindy holds a Masters Degree in Piano Performance from the University of Maryland.  She loves being a mum, engaging in ministries of hospitality and music, and growing beautiful plants and flowers.  She loves the soothing effect of Bach played slowly.

Cindy and Wesley now give their local ministry attention entirely to a new church-plant for Muslim-background refugees called The Upper Room Church.  It is primarily made up of Iranian, Kurdish, and Syrian people who have fled to Europe for various reasons. 

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Day of the Dip (CDCC Fundraiser)
Apr
29
1:00 PM13:00

Day of the Dip (CDCC Fundraiser)

Day of the Dip
Salsa & Guacamole Showdown

On Sunday, April 29th from 1:00-3:00pm, Cliff Drive Care Center is hosting their open house fundraiser, “Day of the Dip: Salsa and Guacamole Showdown.” The event will include appetizers, salsa and guacamole tasting, live music, a bounce house for the children, and tickets for drawings for multiple items. The fundraiser supports their long-standing programs: Early Childhood Education, Senior Lunch Fellowship, and Counseling Referral Network, all of which seek to provide loving, healthy community and places of healing in the midst of a world which is often filled with violence and the inability to respond well to difficult situations.

All are invited to join us in the parking lot of the Free Methodist Church of Santa Barbara, 1435 Cliff Drive, from 1:00-3:00pm in support of these long-standing community programs. Come as you are able and leave when you need.

Event tickets cost $15 for adults, $5 for children 2-10, and are free for children under 2. Tickets for the drawings will be available at the event for $5 each or 6 for $25 for smaller items or $10 each or 6 for $50 for larger items.

For more information or with questions, contact cliffdrivepreschool@gmail.com or 805-
965-4286.

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Encounter: Christian Mission to Gaza
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Encounter: Christian Mission to Gaza

Christian Mission to Gaza:
A conversation with Pastor Hanna Massad

For the Encounter Class on April 19, we have the privilege of listening to Pastor Hanna Massad, who heads the organization “Christian Mission to Gaza”.  He holds an M.Div. and Ph.D. from Fuller Seminary.  A Palestinian Christian, Hanna for many years pastored the only Evangelical church in the Gaza strip.   He later relocated to Jordan, where his ministry reaches out to Iraqi and Syrian refugees.  Pastor Hanna and his team continue to make regular trips to Gaza to preach the Gospel and offer relief to families in distress.  Using pictures from his onsite visits, Pastor Hanna will talk about what it’s like to be a Christian in the extreme conditions faced by Palestinians today.  He will also describe his ministry’s outreach to refugees from war-torn Iraq and Syria.  Don't miss this great opportunity!

For childcare, RSVP by April 15th to childcare@fmcsb.org

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Treats and Trivia
Apr
18
6:30 PM18:30

Treats and Trivia

Come join the women of the church on April 18th from 6:30pm-8pm for four exciting rounds of trivia! We will be asking questions from four different categories (who knows where you might shine!?) and of course, there will be prizes for the winning team! This is a great opportunity to meet new women at the church and to bring your friends! Please bring a savory or sweet treat to share and start studying up ;). Childcare will be provided, but you must RSVP by April 11th to childcare@fmcsb.org
 

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Loads of Love
Apr
15
1:00 PM13:00

Loads of Love

Loads of Love is a way of caring for people who are struggling financially by assisting them to launder their own clothes. Last month we served 20 people that laundered the equivalent of 81 loads of laundry.

Loads of Love serves people that are living on the streets, in vehicles, in shelters or living with multiple families in a single family dwelling due to financial hardship. People served meet the definition of someone without a home, are food insecure, and live in poverty.

What Occurs? People in need of assistance are informed of regular opportunities to clean their clothes free of charge at local laundromats. Upon arriving at the laundromat, they are met by caring community volunteers that provide the money and laundry detergent needed to launder their clothes. Volunteers also focus on building relationships and provide a human connection often not experienced by those who live in poverty. Once trust is developed, volunteers are able to offer participants additional resources to meet other life needs.

The Loads of Love project would not exist without the generosity of numerous volunteers willing to give up some of their valuable time to provide for others in need. Even a couple hours of time committed to a project by any one individual, when coupled with commitments from other volunteers, can have amazing results. Special thanks to the many generous community members who donate their time and financial resources to assist our community need. 100% of the donations for this project support the costs of laundering clothes.

Additional information is available at: www.loadsoflovesb.org

For questions, contact Tom Spadaro (Volunteer Coordinator)
director@genuineconcern.org  805-680-8443

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Young Adult Worship Night
Apr
13
7:00 PM19:00

Young Adult Worship Night

Young Adult Worship Night

A time for young adults (19ish-29ish) to gather together and worship God through music, art, scripture, and prayer. We wanted to create a space for healing and connection with God and each other as the twenties can sometimes be a time of "growing pains." Dessert to follow at Pastor Nikki's house (on the mesa). We would love to have you join!

For questions, contact Pastor Nikki (nikki@fmcsb.org).

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Breakfast Burritos for Youth Missions
Apr
8
to Jun 3

Breakfast Burritos for Youth Missions

BREAKFAST BURRITOS ARE BACK 

Perhaps you never knew they were gone! Oh yes, they were gone. The last time they appeared was in 2016 when Team Costa Rica 16 was working on their fundraising.

Now Team Costa Rica 18 is getting ready for their trip June 10-19 to Esterillos. There they will partner with the Leon family, whom we prayerfully and financially support, in ministry and service. We are sending ten high school youth and two leaders who are raising $1800 each.

Beginning this Sunday, April 8 the burritos will be on sale for $5. Of course, if you want to donate more, we won’t turn you down.

We will be offering these burritos between the 8 and 9:30 am services, between the 9:30 and 11 am, and after the 11 am, while supplies last.

Grab a hot cup of coffee, buy a burrito, hang out on the deck and support Team Costa Rica!

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Sunrise Easter Service
Apr
1
6:00 AM06:00

Sunrise Easter Service

All are invited to celebrate Easter morning with the sun.

Dress warmly, and bring blankets and chairs to sit on. Breakfast goodies and coffee will be served after the service. Invite your friends and family to this worship service as the sun ushers in our celebration of the risen Christ. If it rains, we will meet in the church sanctuary.

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