College Student Sunday, Dec. 29

Every year on the Sunday after Christmas, it’s CCSM’s tradition to have a special service dedicated to our college-aged youth. It’s a wonderful way to support the younger generation as they make this huge transition, and it’s good for people of any age to take time to listen to what our youth have to say. This year, Melia Zimmerman and … Read More

Christmas Eve 5pm and 11pm Services

Join us on Christmas eve! 5:00 pm A joyful service with the Bell Choir and special treats…. NEW: You’re going to love hearing Rev. Phil Porter tell a special Christmas story for people of all ages! 11:00 pm Candlelight communion service with choir

Volunteers Needed for Home and Hope in January

CCSM will be hosting the families from HOME and HOPE starting January 12-19. We of course need volunteers to provide dinner, be hosts and spend the night. Please contact Donna Lindsay at to reserve your time and task. On Sunday, January 12 before the 3:00pm setup, Donna invites all current, past, and prospective Home and Hope volunteers to come to … Read More

Las Posadas at CCSM on Monday, December 16

Monday, December 16th • 7:00-9:30pm Every year at CCSM/Iglesia San Mateo, somewhere between 50 and 60 attend our Las Posadas. As many of you know,in Latinx communities throughout the hemisphere, re-enactments are held commemorating Mary and Joseph’s search for shelter in Bethlehem—a place for Jesus to be born. Las Posadas literally means “the inns” in Spanish. Traditionally, each night leading … Read More

Second Hour on 12/15: Mural Project

The Mural Project Team will share slides and impressions of its inspiring visit to the murals in San Francisco’s Mission District. This is an early step in the Team’s process of generating ideas for a mural on the south wall of Kloss Hall that would represent CCSM’s inclusiveness and openness to all. The Team looks forward to hearing the questions, … Read More

First Tuesday Book Group: Start Reading Now!

We are on holiday leave until January 7, when we will meet in the Fireplace Room at 7:30 to discuss Educated, a memoir by Tara Westover. Westover is the youngest of seven children who grew up in the mountains of Idaho in a radical Mormon family. In her family, children did not go to school, visit doctors’ offices or hospitals, … Read More