Sunday Worship Service

9:30 am

Fellowship Time

10:30 am

Adult Sunday School

11:00 am

Office Hours

Mon -Thurs 9am -12pm 

Fri closed

Excluding Holidays

Located At:

24442 Moulton Parkway  

Laguna Woods, CA 92637-3362 

Office: 949 837-3414

Fax:     949 837-3428


(949) 837-5433 

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May 15 John 13:31-35

In bidding farewell to his disciples, Jesus predicts Peter’s betrayal and gives his disciples “a new commandment.”

May 8 Luke 2:41-52 Mother’s Day

Today we honor and celebrate Mom.

May 1 John 21:1-19 

The risen Christ appears to his disciples after they have had a disappointing night of fishing failure. He speaks to them and specifically calls Peter to “Feed my sheep,” telling him again to, “Follow me.”

April 24 John 20:19-31 Jesus Appears to the Disciples

Pastor Doug's Sermon follows the Easter story of Jesus’ appearance to Mary Magdalene, where the gift of the Holy Spirit enlivens the disciples to continue Jesus’ ministry without rendering them perfect believers.

April 17 Easter Sunday John 20:1-18

This is the Gospel of John’s account of the empty tomb and of the risen Christ’s appearance to Mary Magdalen.

April 15 Good Friday John 18:1-19:42

The Passion Story told thru scripture and song from the betrayal and arrest of Jesus to his ultimate sacrifice by Crucifixion.

April 14 Maundy Thursday John 13:1-17, 31b-35

Jesus shares a last supper with his disciples and washes their feet.

April 10 Palm/Passion Sunday

Luke’s account of the last week of Jesus’ life.

April 3 John 12:1-8

Jesus goes to the home of his good friends, Mary, and Martha, where he is received and entertained by them and teaches them about his future.

March 27 Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32

Jesus, criticized for “receiving sinners,” tells one of his most memorable stories, the story of the prodigal son, the boy who was lost and yet was received back by his father.

March 20 Luke 13:1-9

Jesus is confronted by the crowd with instances of tragedy. He responds by telling a parable of an unproductive fig tree that was given time to be fruitful.

March 13 Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18

The Lord makes a promise to Abraham, to give him and his descendants land.

March 6 Luke 4:1-13

Jesus is tested in the wilderness as Satan puts three temptations before him.

March 2 Matthew 6;1-6, 16-21 Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday is a solemn reminder of human mortality and the need for reconciliation with God marking the beginning of Lent. We confront our own mortality and confess our sin before God as the word says, "Repent, and believe in the Gospel."

February 27 Luke 9:28-36

On the way toward his cross, Jesus takes a couple of his disciples up a mountain. There he is magnificently transfigured before them, and a voice from on high proclaims the identity of Jesus.

February 20 Genesis 45:3-11,15

At long last Joseph reveals himself to his brothers, the brothers who had done him such great injustice earlier. “I am Joseph, your brother.”

February 13 Luke 6:17-26

On a level place, Jesus preaches to his disciples, pronouncing God’s blessing upon some and the woes that are to come to others.

February 6 Luke 5:1-11

After directing his disciples toward a miraculous catch of fish, Jesus calls them to follow him, promising that he will teach them to catch people.

January 30 Luke 4:21-30

Jesus’ sermon, in his hometown synagogue, enrages the congregation.

January 23 Luke 4:14-21

Jesus returns to his hometown synagogue, where he reads from the prophet Isaiah, speaking of the coming messianic age. He surprises the congregation by saying that this scripture is fulfilled right now.

January 16  John 2:1-11

There is a wedding in Cana of Galilee. At the celebration after the wedding, when there is no wine, Jesus miraculous transforms water into wine. This was the first of his signs.

January 9 Isaiah 43:1-7 Baptism of The Lord

Isaiah the prophet characterizes Israel as God’s cherished child, the one whom the Lord has called by name and the one whom the Lord promises always to preserve and defend.

January 2 Matthew 2:1-12 

Matthew tells the story of the journey of the magi to Bethlehem.


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