Our Sunday Valet Parking Service is trying to keep their folks working. Please consider them for special errands like taking your pet to the vet, picking up prescriptions, and more. Contact Steve Summers at Steve.firstname.lastname@example.org or 831/760-0526 (cell and text)
Blood donations are urgently needed, but no local drives are immediately scheduled. If you plan on visiting Mountain View, Menlo Park or Campbell, however, please consider donating at the Stanford Blood Centers located there. Call to schedule: 888/723-7831
Church in the Forest has joined a consortium of local churches, organized to direct material and financial aid to those worthy organizations that serve the poor and homeless. Love our Central Coast is led by Rolf and Peggy Johnsen's son, Eric. Click here to see immediate needs.
Easter will not be celebrated April 12, postponed until our community gets an "all clear" from authorities.
Our Annual Spring Brunch, featuring our Legacy Circle honorees, will be rescheduled when we know more.
All in-person ministry is suspended: small groups, Board meetings, pastoral visits (except emergency).
Telephone and Internet-based ministry continues: pastoral care, planning, teleconference meetings, ENews, etc.
Joanne and Ken ask all small groups to use this time to personally call and care for those beyond their groups (CitF members and local neighbors).
The Church Board reminds everyone that CitF is very much at work during this emergency, and needs your financial support. You may pay your pledge or make a donation, secure and on-line, by clicking here.
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