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Monthly Newsletter for February, 2024


Newsletter Highlights This Month:


Sunday Epiphany Sermon Series Ends Soon – “God, in Man, Made Manifest: An Epiphany Series”

Sermon Series: God In ManOur sermon series for the season of Epiphany looks at what the Gospel readings reveal about the Savior Jesus, who is Christ the Lord and King.

Starting with the visitation of the Magi and ending with the Transfiguration of Jesus, we’ll explore the different ways Jesus shows He is truly God, in Man, Made Manifest.

February 4          “Christus Consolator”— Mark 1:29–39

February 11        “A Glimpse of Great Glory” — Mark 9:2–9

Ash Wednesday and Sunday Lenten Season Sermon Series - "Climbing the Mountains of Life"

Life is a series of ups and downs. Mountains of Life imageHighs and lows. Mountain peaks and deep valleys below. No one especially cares for being in the down, low, deep valleys. Most of us would rather be at the top of the life’s mountains. How do you meet the challenging mountains of life successfully? How do you climb them and master their rugged slopes and sheer escarpments? We’ll take a look at a variety of mountains this Lent, focusing on developing the right spirit or attitude to climb these mountains. Here’s the good news–Jesus shows us the right attitude, and he instills this same spirit in us too. Let’s get climbing!!

 February 14 (Ash Wednesday)   The Spirit of Calvary’s Climb, Mark 6:1-6, 16-21
 February 18  The Mount of Temptation, Mark 1:12-15
 February 25    The Mount of Suffering, Mark 8:31-38
 March 3   The Mount of Loyalty, John 2:13-22
 March 10   The Mount of Sacrifice, John 3:14-21
 March 17  The Mount of Triumph, John 12:20-33


Lent Wednesday Worship and Holy Week Series: "Jesus – King of Kings"

Jesus King of Kings imageMany hymns and songs reference Jesus Christ as King of kings. It’s a biblical theme, to be sure, lifting up this Lord of ours as ultimately superior and having incomparably greater and eternal authority than any of the mightiest rulers who’ve ever governed nations throughout history. This year’s Lenten worship will take a closer look at some of those earthly kings in the Old Testament (and one in the New), the kings over whom the King of kings reigns supreme. In other words, if Jesus is the King of kings, the King who reigns over kings, to what or whom is this King of kings compared? During these next weeks, God willing, we’ll bring to the surface King Saul, King Solomon, King Ahab, and King Zedekiah–you won’t want to miss those–and King Herod, the only king whose life intersects the Christ, the King. All of this provides prelude and builds toward Holy Week, when we will indeed lift high the King of kings.

February 21 Saul: The King Who Fell from Grace, 1 Samuel 15:10-12a, 17-23
 February 28 The King Who Had Everything, 1 Kings 3:1-15
 March 6 The King Whose Repentance Was Too Little, Too Late, 1 Kings 16:29-33; 21:20-29
 March 13  Zedekiah: The King Who Turned Out the Lights, 2 Kings 24:18-25:7
 March 20 Herod: The King Who Couldn't Kill Jesus, Matthew 2:13-20
 March 24 (Palm Sunday) King of Kings: A Humble Coronation, Luke 19:28-42
 March 28 (Maundy Thursday) King of Kings: Condemned to Die, John 18:28-19:16
 March 29 (Good Friday) King of Kings: Life through Death, John 19:17-22
 March 31 (Easter Sunday) King of Kings and Lord of Lords, 1 Timothy 6:12-16


Sunday Bible Study

10:45 AM — Psalms: Prayers and Praise – Part 2

Psalms StudyWhen we study the psalms, we are studying more than religious poetry. The psalms express far more than personal or congregational prayers. They proclaim Jesus Christ—His mission and passion, His resurrection and return.
Each session of this study focuses on one psalm as an example of other psalm “types” (wisdom psalms, psalms of ascent, penitential psalms, praise psalms, laments, historical psalms, and royal psalms). The study starts with psalms that are easier to understand and progresses to investigate some of the most difficult passages in the Bible.

Part 2

Psalm 118: Give Thanks to the Lord!

Psalm 44: God’s People Cry Out

Psalm 109: Righteous Retribution

Psalm 136: His Love Endures Forever

Psalm 72: Long Live the King

Led by Pastor Keith


This Month in Our Prayers

Recent Additions:

• Joyce S.—(Fred Barbaria’s mom)—speedy recovery from her respiratory issues
• Maria L.—prayers for healing, peace & a full recovery from her cornea transplant surgery on Jan 25
• Shelley—(friend of Bonnie Moore)—diagnosed with breast cancer. Prayers for healing & strength
• Barbara K.—recovery from hip replacement surgery
• Joanne E.—continued prayers for healing from a broken arm
• Linda W.—continued prayers for healing from a broken wrist
• Carole S.—(Dave Roman’s sister)—prayers for peace & comfort
• Isabel—relief from shoulder pain

Ongoing prayers:

• Kelly—continued prayers that her liver function will improve
• Jim H.—(Sharon Larson’s cousin)—has serious infection
• Kim S.—(friend of Lizzy Savage)—prayers for healing and strength from her surgery
• Janet C.—recovery from knee surgery
• Lois K.—prayers for comfort and peace as she is now in Hospice care
• Glenn O.—(Nancy & Bob Szulczewski’s son-in-law)—prayers for healing as he continues recovery
• Shawna H.—prayers that she continues to improve
• Carolyn K.—treatment for cancer. Prayers for strength
• Susan M.—(cousin of Lorna White)—diagnosed with Dementia
• Christine K.—(cousin of Lorna White)—diagnosed with Dementia
• Margret B.—for peace
• Marika B.—praying for healing for her arthritis
• Rev. Larry M.—in memory care
• Marianne S.—cancer treatments
• Arlene K.—Parkinson’s disease
• Terry O.—relieve discomfort & suffering from her health issues
• Scott R.—cancer treatment
• Judy S.—Parkinson’s disease
• Brigitte S.—health concerns
• Farzeen & Michael—(friends of Lizzy Savage)—pray for salvation

Additional prayer requests, prayers of thanksgiving, prayers of comfort:

Prayers of thanksgiving in celebration of Dave Vignoe’s birthday on Jan 26
Prayers of thanksgiving in celebration of Michael & Barbara Lamboley’s 56th wedding anniversary on Jan 27
Prayers of thanksgiving in celebration of Bob & Nancy Szulczewski’s 65 wedding anniversary on Jan 31
Continued prayers of comfort & peace for Judy Shough, family, and friends mourning the death of Lee on Dec 18
“Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” (Rev. 14:13)
Continued prayers for Centro Cristiano Vida Nueva church in Oaxaca, Mexico
Continued prayers for all people in Ukraine, Russia, Israel and Palestine
Continued prayers for Pastor Paul Nelson and family as they continue their work in Indonesia

This list is current as of January 25, 2024. Please see the most recent weekly Sunday Bulletin (posted on the GSLC Videos Page) for the latest updates to our prayer list.


GSLC Pantry Saturday, February 3rd

We served 142 individuals, representing about 370 people, at our January distribution.

New Needs

Shoes, men’s clothing and grade-school children’s clothing

• Plastic grocery or reusable cloth bags food distribution

Ongoing Needs

• Donate $$

• Purchase food & hygiene or paper goods and drop them off at church Monday - Thurs 8:00 am - noon.

Help prep on Friday, February 2nd

• Help this Saturday morning, February 3rd, between 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.


Food items that we don’t usually get from S.B. Food Bank, such as:

- Peanut Butter, canned soups, tuna/meats, stew, beans, canned veggies, canned fruits

- Non-sugary cereal (Ex: Wheat Chex, Cheerios, Raisin Bran), breakfast bars, oatmeal

4) Hygiene and household goods, such as:

- Toilet paper, tissues, paper towels, soap, sanitizers, and masks

- Toothpaste, floss, toothbrushes (or ask your dentist for a donation ! )

- For our Miscellaneous Table we are collecting individual items such as deodorant, shampoos/conditioners, cleaning supplies, diapers/wipes, male/female personal items...). Perhaps you have extras in your cupboards or can buy some locally.

Questions? Contact or see Val Eurman ((805) 705-3311) or Cindy ((805) 680-4686) after church on Sundays.


Offering Envelopes for 2024 are Now Available!
Please pick up your offering envelopes for 2024 in the Narthex of the church by Tuesday, January 30th. If you do NOT have envelopes or notice a problem with your new ones, please contact Dave Vignoe at 967-1416, ext.103. Please begin using your new envelopes in January, 2024 and toss/recycle your old ones! 
Our Livestream Services Now Include Closed Captioning

Just look for the CC Closed captioning examplesymbol on the screen (not included on phone screens due to size) and click on it. We suggest that you turn this on for Pastor's announcements and the sermon but leave it off for the liturgy and music as the liturgy and song lyrics are already on the video. Vimeo's captions are accurate and easy to read!
We livestream our Sunday service at 9:30 am. You can start watching around 9:25 for announcements. You can also watch the service recording on our website any time after the service has been competed. We also livestream and record our Lent, Holy Week and Advent services.
This livestream broadcast includes the entire service - prayers, sermon and music. The liturgy will be provided on the web site as a PDF document, along with a "public" version of the weekly bulletin (no contact information and no weekly giving statement). The recording includes the liturgy and song lyrics superimposed on the video images as well as closed captioning. You are encouraged to respond to the liturgy and sing along with Adam. Go to:
If you do not have a way to view our GSLC service at home, we have a limited number of Kindle tablets available. These are provided, upon request, with recordings of GSLC's recent church services. These are self-contained touch screen video devices. Please contact Trisha at the office during the week (Monday - Thursday, 8am to noon) at 805 967-1416 for more information about the tablets.

GSLC's Worship Schedule


Sunday worship continues with one service at 9:30 a.m. We alternate two styles of worship. On the 1st and 3rd (and 5th) Sundays the organ will generally lead us in song and the order of service is more traditional liturgy. On the 2nd and 4th Sundays the band will lead us in song and the order of service is a blend of contemporary and traditional form.


Better Read Than Dead Book Club


Book Club Readings
Reminder: We continue our in-person meetings in the Fireside Room for our monthly book club discussions.

The books chosen for our GSLC “Better Read than Dead” club discussions are below. Join us in reading along!
Book club book covers 2024

February (Kitty) – Leota’s Garden by Francine Rivers

March (Linda) – Lady Tan’s Circle of Women by Lisa See

April (Nan) --The Radcliffe Ladies Reading Club by Julia B. Thomas

Jump in! New folks are welcome anytime to read with us and “meet”.  Just order/start reading the “next” book in line and give me, Val Eurman, a call at 805-705-3311 or send an email for more details and to get on our email list!
Want to Keep Up With the latest GSLC News?
bulletin coverOur weekly Sunday Bulletin has the latest GSLC news!
It's chock full of our prayer list, weekly schedule, basically everything that happens between these newsletters. The "public" bulletin version (no weekly financials) is updated every Sunday morning and is easy to get to - just go to our GSLC Videos page,, and scroll down to and click on "Most recent Sunday Bulletin". It will open or download for you. The full bulletin is available (only) on the GSLC Members Page. The current Sunday Order of Service is available on the same page.


Portals of Prayer

Portals Cover 1st Quarter 2024Portals of Prayer devotion booklets for January - March, 2024 are now available at the church office.

Please call Trisha and reserve a copy or come by the church office during business hours (Mon-Thurs 8:00 am—12:00 pm) to pick one up!







Church Office Hours

Our church office is staffed Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am until noon.

Please exercise social distancing if you need to come by, or call 805 967-1416.


New Altar Flowers Policy

Beginning January 1, 2024, if you would like to placeFlowers flowers on the altar, please call (805) 967-1416, or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) the church office. One beautiful bouquet is $25.

Please make out your check to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (GSLC) and write flowers on the memo line. You can mail it to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church or drop it by the church office Mon-Thurs, 8:00 a.m. to noon.


Quilting News & Notes

We will meet on Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. until around 1:00 p.m. in Room 19.

Some Saturdays will be reserved for “work days” when we can get together and iron, cut and do some general cleaning of the room or accomplish special projects. We will let you know when those Saturdays will be!

For now, Wednesdays only and we hope to see you there!


Flu Season is Here!
The symptoms of flu, unlike a cold, come on quickly and are intense and may result in severe health problems such as pneumonia, bacterial infections, and hospitalizations. It is responsible for 12,000- 56,000 deaths annually.
Who should get a flu shot?Flu
-First and foremost everyone!
-Adults and children who have chronic illnesses, such as asthma, heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease and diabetes
-Persons who are immunocompromised
-Woman who are or will be pregnant during the flu season
-Children and adolescents (age 6 months through 18 years)
-Residents of nursing homes and other long-term facilities
-Persons who are extremely obese (body mass index 40 or greater for adults)
-Persons who live or care for someone who has an increased risk for flu-related complications.
How to prevent or avoid the flu?
-The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to be vaccinated each year
-Avoid big crowds
-Good health habits: covering your cough, your sneeze and washing your hands often and use hand sanitizer when out and about. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
What if I have symptoms?
-If you have the flu, you are contagious from 1 day prior to symptoms thru the next 5 - 7 days or until symptoms fade
-Most people who have the flu do not need to see a doctor and can follow below to get well:
-Make rest a top priority and take naps
-Go to bed; do not skip on sleep. This weakens your immune system.
-Drink plenty of fluids to help thin mucus and break up congestion.
-Skip caffeinated sodas, coffee, and alcohol that can dry you out.
-Sip hot beverages: decaffeinated tea, or warm broth.
-Take a hot shower to moisten scratchy throats, loosen congestion and relax aching muscles.
-Take an over-the-counter remedy as directed to treat fevers and cough (children and teens should never take aspirin because of the risk of Reye’s syndrome, a rare but potentially fatal condition.)
-Do not re-enter society until fever has been gone for 24 hours
Who Needs to see a doctor?
-Those individuals at high risk of flu-related complications are those most often with a chronic disease as noted above and/or have a weakened immune system.
-If your symptoms are severe, contact your physician and they may prescribe an antiviral to reduce the severity and length of your symptoms.


Join Adam for a Musical Meditation

Morning MeditationAdam Phillips, GSLC's Music Director, provides meditative instrumental and vocal music every Wednesday morning at 10:00 am.

Please join Adam (or an occasional guest artist) in our sanctuary as they explore a variety of hymns and other musical prayers performed on a variety of instruments.

The meditation is livestreamed on GSLC's Video Page and available afterwards as a video recording until the next live event. Older meditation videos are archived.

The direct link to the Livestreamed / Latest Meditation is . The Meditation Archive Showcase to view prior Meditations is at


Are You a Photographer? We Need Your Help!
We are looking for that special person that is interested in photography and wants to expand their skills by operating the video cameras and video switcher during our services and other events. Could that be you?
We have a core group of five GSLC members that enter the weekly worship service text, organize the sermon slides, set up the video feed, do the live camera switching for the services and meditations, record the services, etc. every week.

video crew

We are looking for another camera / video switcher operator to provide relief and someone to do this when we are not able to do it.

We - and our livestream viewers - need your help so we can continue livestreaming and recording all of these services and events. Ideally, you would be able to assist with the Sunday service and/or Wednesday meditation livestreaming once a month (to stay in practice), step in if other team members are not available, and perhaps do some of the Lent or Advent evening service livestreaming.

The tasks are precise but not difficult. There's no experience needed - we will train you!

If you are interested finding out more, please contact Dan Barnett (805 729-5993) and/or Fred Barbaria (805 680-0288) for more information. Or, just come by and see us in the AV area (up in the back corner) after the Sunday service.


Most Recent Reported Weekly Offerings—

Week 3 - Through January 24, 2024

Weekly Ministry Budget $ 6,250.00
Last Week's Contributions $ 5,260.00
Other Income/Interest/stock $ 0.00
 Weekly over (under)
$ 990.00


Year to Date, 2024

 Budget  $18,750.00
Contributions $11,817.00
 Stock Gifts  $6,001.87
 Other Income/interest  $0
Year to Date over (under) $931.13 / 4.97%

2024 Mission Offerings:

District, $50.00


Final Tally for 2023 Budget, Offerings:

 Budget   $ 342,999.80
Contributions  $ 326,052.91
Stock Gifts    $ 6,001.87
Other Income $ 0.00

2023 Year over / under $10,945.02 = -3.19%

2023 Mission Offerings (Year Totals):

Dental $25,638.73; Nelson Family $2,475.00; District $1370.00; Ukraine $2450.00; Hispanic Mission $300.00; Jewish Foundation $350.00, Bible Sticks $2070.00; Early Childhood Exp $55,000.00

Read Through the Bible in Two Years

Let’s read God’s Word together and see the great things God does for us through His Word!

Haven’t started yet? It’s ok to jump in any time!

February, 2024

01 - Genesis 42:1--44:34
02 - Genesis 45:1--46:34
03 - Genesis 47:1--48:22
05 - Genesis 49:1--50:26
06 - Exodus 1:1-22
07 - Exodus 2:1-25
08 - Exodus 3:1--4:31
09 - Exodus 5:1--6:30
10 - Exodus 7:1-24
12 - Exodus 8:1--9:35
13 - Exodus 10:1-29
14 - Exodus 11:1--12:51
15 - Exodus 13:1-22
16 - Exodus 14:1-31
17 - Exodus 15:1-27
19 - Exodus 16:1--17:16
20 - Exodus 18:1-27
21 - Exodus 19:1--20:26
22 - Exodus 21:1--22:31
23 - Exodus 23:1--24:18
24 - Exodus 25:1--27:21
26 - Exodus 28:1--29:46
27 - Exodus 30:1--31:18
28 - Exodus 32:1-35
29 - Exodus 33:1-23
01 - Exodus 34:1-35
02 - Exodus 35:1--36:38


Good Shepherd in the World

Background: Recently Pastor Paul and Nelson FamilyGenevieve (Gena) Nelson received and accepted the call to serve on behalf of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) in Indonesia, based in Medan.

Pastor Nelson and his family served Emanuel Lutheran Church, Santa Barbara for 10 ½ years. In this new role, Pastor Paul works closely with the Indonesian Christian Lutheran Church and helps train and mentor local pastors and lay leaders.

The Need: Pastor Nelson and family need fellow believers to partner with them in this new role.How can we partner with them?

First, PRAY. Pray for Paul and Gena as they serve in Indonesia. Pray also for each member of the family as they transition to a new location and culture. Ask God to give them patience and confidence as they learn Bahasa Indonesia, the official language of the country. Pray also that they would be able to establish good relationships with the people around them in their new home. Let us give thanks that the Nelson family is serving in this part of the world.

Second, ENCOURAGEMENT. Moving is challenging no matter where you go. Moving to a different country with a different language, different customs, different climate, is exponentially challenging! Birthdays and anniversaries still come around every year. A card or a note of support and encouragement is a meaningful gift that bridges the miles and changes.

Third, MONEY. Yes, money. Pastor Nelson is required to raise his own financial support for his family. That’s how he gets “paid.”

The Opportunity: This is our opportunity to partner with Pastor and Gena Nelson and support them in their work in Indonesia. Being a partner with Pastor Paul and Gena is one of the ways we can follow our mandate of listening to the voice of our Good Shepherd Jesus and fulfill our mission of “Excite the believers and share the Gospel.” Partnering with Pastor Nelson will be a blessing for us.

The Challenge: Will we partner with the Nelsons? Are we up for it? Can we commit to meeting the needs? I hope so! I pray so! Please prayerfully consider how you might meet a need for Pastor Paul and Gena Nelson and family. I know that our Good Shepherd, the Lord Jesus, can lead usinto a meaningful partnership that will bless Pastor Nelson and his family and the church and people of Indonesia.

Please check out the video of Pastor Paul Nelson as he explains his new role as Theological Educator in Indonesia. The video is available on GSLC's web site here

If you would like to support Rev. Paul Nelson in his work in Indonesia, please go to or click on the image below:

PNelson Donation Form

Talking to Jesus in the Arts

Art therapy with the Great Comforter

Third Saturday of every monthpaint trays
PCCA Talking to Jesus in the Arts
February 17, 2024 
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
11:45 am to 4pm
Suggested Donation $50 (give as God leads) 
Art Supplies are provided
“Living in Rest”
In this busy world God wants us to live in a place of rest. In this session we will paint and journal what it is for us personally to live in rest. To Quiet our souls. 
Using Acrylic paints you will be guided by Lizbeth to lay down color while listening to what the Holy Spirit has to say. We do not paint realistic paintings but abstract shape and lines to get in touch with the Holy Spirit. This is a time of hearing, sensing and seeing in your heart what God is saying to you. No wrong way to do this. Prayer for you to hear, see or feel what God is saying will come. God always shows up.
We are learning to hear from God in a way that is quiet and peaceful through laying down of color. Enter into His Rest. Be at peace. It is also a way of getting confirmation to something that you may be blocked to as well. God is good and is always wanting us to connect with Him.
To Sign up for this session or if you have any questions,  text Lizzy Savage at 805.453.0571. One must sign up to save your space. A limit of ten people per session. 
Talking to Jesus in the Arts - sign up today. Living in the day of Rest but not resting is a challenge. Need a little talk with Jesus is always a wonderful way to start the year.



GSLC's On Line Giving Options - Credit Card? eCheck?

coin purseGood Shepherd has offered electronic donation capabilities (through Vanco) for a while. You now have the ability to sign up directly through Good Shepherd's web site to donate on line (through Vanco) once or on a recurring basis.

You can also make a special one-time donation (through Square) on Good Shepherd's website.

For either donation type go to and then click on the appropriate donation button. You can specify whether you are donating to the GSLC budget or the Food Distribution program. If you prefer, you can also mail us your offering or drop it off at the church office.


IRA Distributions to Charity Are a Permanent Part of Tax Code!!

Congress made permanent qualified charitable distributions from individuals. This law permits annual direct transfers to a qualified charity totaling up to $100,000 of tax-deferred IRA savings. Funds distributed to the owner first and then donated do not qualify.

This includes the mandatory distributions (MRD) for IRA owners 72 years of age and over.

This is a benefit to the donor as income taxes on social security benefits can decrease as the distribution is not reported as income for the donor. If the donor no longer itemizes their deductions this is a way to get the benefit of the donation as the IRA distribution is not included in income and thus not subject to income taxes.

To make a contribution you must contact your IRA trustee to make a transfer directly to the charity. Should you wish to make a donation to the church have the checks made payable to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and have the check mailed to us directly. Be sure that the check includes your name on the memo line.

We will issue a letter of acknowledgement that we have received your donation. Please call David at 805 967-1416 x103 in the accounting office with any questions.


Elders Available by Phone and Email

Elders assist with our public worship, oversee the spiritual life of members, and offer spiritual and physical support for our Pastor and congregation. Please contact any Elder to share your needs, concerns, and prayer requests.

 Elder  Phone  E-Mail
 Ted Hoelter  805 692-8414  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Mike McGinnis  805 967-3563  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Bill Savage  (chair)  805 845-5265  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Erik Wipf  805 683-3228  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Church Phone Extension Numbers

Please follow the auto attendant menu prompts or dial an extension directly if no one answers. Also, the preschool can be reached through the main church number as well as their direct number (805 967-6101).

 Office Admin/Trisha:   ext 100
 Pastor Keith   ext.101
 Accounting/Dave:    ext.103
 Sexton/(position open):  ext.104
 Music/Adam:  ext. 105
 Preschool/Katie:  ext.108



One-Stop Publicity!

If your GSLC committee or group is making an announcement or planning an event, you can now send ONE email with the details and it will go to those folks editing the Sunday bulletin, church web site articles, web site calendar and monthly newsletter.

The Good Shepherd publicity email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please include what the event is, when and where it will be held, who is invited and any other information that will help our readers decide to attend. Also, please include a contact name and phone/email if we (or a reader) want more information.


Staff, Board of Directors and Committee Contacts

You may find the staff contact information either above or on our web site (Staff Contacts) and congregational officer and committee chair contact information here or on the Members Only web page at

Board of Directors    
 President,  Dave Roman   805 698-4596   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Vice-President,  Andrea Hoelter   805 692-8414  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Secretary,  Michelle Cochran  805 705-7997  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Treasurer,  Dan Barnett  805 729-5993  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Member-at-Large,  Alan Meeder   805 452-1591  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Member-at-Large (unfilled)    

 Committee Chairs and Group Leaders
 Elders Chair,  Bill Savage  805-845-5265  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Outreach Chair,  Val Eurman  805 705-3311  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Head Usher, Mark Preiser  805 967-2113  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Memorials/Endowments,  Tom Fisher  805 964-3692  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Shepherd's Bells,  Joan Barnett  805 729-5994  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


On Line Event Calendar

Our latest calendar is on line here. This link will take you to the "public" event calendar unless you use your member login. To see the entire calendar (with church meetings, etc.), please log in with your member ID.

No member ID? Click on "Create an account" on the right hand side of the web page to get started. Your account will be approved and then you can browse the member page contents. 


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