Start the season with a Solstice concert!

Sunday, December 1, 4:00pm in the Sanctuary Solstice has enthralled audiences with their passionate and technically precise treatment of music for women’s voices since 1996.  

Soup and Caroling

Sunday, December 8 • after the service Once again we’ll have a soup lunch by Greg and Dawn Graves after church, followed by caroling in the neighborhood and to care homes for some of our folks unable to attend who’d enjoy hearing your voices. Eat up the love, sing out the joy! If interested, contact Donna Summers,

Public Forum on “Asians Against China’s Occupation and Repression”

Sunday, December 1 at noon • Buckham Room Come and join us for a public forum on “Asians Against China’s Occupation and Repression” with human rights activists from Uyghur Muslims, Filipinos, Tibetan Buddhists and Vietnamese in San Francisco Bay Area. The discussions will revolve around China’s human rights violations as in the case of the incarceration of three million Uyghurs, … Read More

World AIDS Day 2019: Service of Remembrance, Resistance, Resilience and Resurrection

Sunday, December 1 • 4pm • Island United Church, 1130 Balclutha Dr, Foster City Communities make the difference More people than ever before are affected by HIV/AIDS, globally and locally, and even in the US, many people are unaware of their status and/or are not receiving appropriate medical care for this disease which is often religiously stigmatized. Join with Rev. … Read More

Youth Christmas Collection Drive for Open Cathedral – Nov. 15 Deadline!

The mid-high youth met with Rev. Valerie McEntee, the Night Minister at Open Cathedral, to talk about homelessness and what might be useful and also fun for folks to receive at Christmas. As CCSM does sandwiches for Open Cathedral on the 4th Sundays of the month, it means we often are in charge of the meal near Christmas time. That … Read More

Adopt A Family to Start Sunday December 1

Putting gifts under the tree at Christmas time can be a burden for families lacking permanent housing and trying to make ends meet.  You can help by participating in the annual CCSM Adopt A Family program. Each year, CCSM makes a commitment to provide Christmas gifts to several families.  They are recommended to us by LifeMoves.  Our little tree will … Read More

Adopt-A-Family Seeking Volunteers

This December, CCSM will again be sponsoring families through LifeMoves to provide each family member with Christmas gifts so they may share in the season’s bounties. We are looking for volunteers to help with this worthy, giving, and fun project during the first two Sundays in December.  Tasks include: Helping CCSM members select from among the 60+ “wishes” on our … Read More

Music & Art

Friday, Nov. 15 • Noon • Buckham Room Let Rozanne Hemelyn tell you about her whirlwind life as a printmaker, painter and complete artist. In her expressive prints she addresses some of the everyday psychological conundrums that are part of the human experience. Her new body of water media work, called “Connections,” can explain the relationship between representational and abstract … Read More


Sunday, November 24, 1:00-5:00 P.M. Install Garland and Wreaths in Sanctuary Install additional floral decorations in Sanctuary & Narthex Install Outside Door Wreaths Install Kloss Hall Decorations Install Buckham Room Decorations Please email Kay Harris at for more details.

Thanksgiving Service with St. James AME Zion

On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 28th, at 10:00 am, CCSM will join our sister church, St. James AME Zion, 825 Monte Diablo Street, for a worship service of praise and gratitude. Come celebrate with us!

Second Hour Sunday – November 10

Join us after the worship service this Sunday! Penny Nixon will present: What do I believe and how can I talk about Christianity in these times? Part of a series on “Progressive” Christianity. Second Hour Sundays bring important topics for learning and discussion at noon following the Sunday service.