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COMMUNITY EVENT
CURRENT SUNDAY SERIES
FUN FOR FALL

It's time to nab that perfect gift, or perhaps to spruce up the house for the holidays! Come browse over 50 booths, plus food trucks and more! Click here for more info. (Booth registration is sold out.) Contact: Erin Brown

God's love. Grand. Unwavering. Personal. Using marital love as its defining theme, the Song of Solomon offers some surprising perspectivies on the heart of God. Messages by Pastor Richard Dresselhaus. 9 & 10:45 am

Come enjoy one-stop trick-or-treating at our annual Trunk or Treat! You'll enjoy lots of fun, tricked-out vehicles and a generous haul of candy in a safe, family-friendly environment. Join us from 6-8 pm on Friday, Oct. 31.

 

Volunteers needed for Trunk or Treat - Friday, October 31, 6-8 pm - Our Trunk or Treat outreach to the community is coming up! “Trunketeers” will trick out the trunks of their cars and hand out candy to kids in a safe, fun, family-friendly environment. We need lots of candy to provide for each trunk host. Other areas of involvement include setup, hospitality, candy distribution and teardown. This is an all-in, all-church-family event! Stop by the table in the lobby for more information.

Short meeting for Trunk or Treat volunteers - October 26, 12:15 pm, Student Center - There will be an important informational meeting for Trunk or Treat volunteers immediately after the 10:45 service.

Ann Steward here for Dying Out LoudSun., Oct. 19, 6 pm, Fellowship Center - For the Steward family, sharing the good news of Jesus’ love meant living for years in an unreached country, splitting their time between the urban lifestyle and visiting the region’s most remote settlements. On October 19, Ann will be joined by like-minded, boots-on-the-ground strategists to share experiences of reaching the unreachable all over the world. Join us at 6 pm in the Fellowship Center.

Foot traffic makes Fall Craft Fair successful - Saturday, October 25, 9 am - 3 pm - Plan now to swing by on Saturday and visit our vendors at our annual City View Church Fall Craft Fair. The day will feature hand-made crafts and fair-trade items, as well as upcycled, vintage and shabby chic treasures. There will also be a couple of trucks on hand, featuring some of San Diego's finest fast food cuisine. This CVC outreach is hosted by City View Women. Booth registration is sold out. For information, or to inquire about cancelations, please contact Erin Brown, espringbrown@hotmail.com.

9 AM service now meets in Chapel - The move accommodates the desire to provide space and scale that are best suited for the service, as well as to offer an alternate environment for those who prefer a warmer worship atmosphere. Music will be the same as the 10:45 service, but with a more acoustic style. Coffee and doughnut time follows the service. Come check it out!

Seniors plan trip to Julian - Wednesday, October 22, 9 am - Senior adults ages 55-up are invited for a trip to the historic town of Julian. The cost of $10 covers transportation; lunch is on your own. The bus will leave the church at 9 am and return in the afternoon. Sign up at the Saints Alive Sunday class, 9 am in the Fellowship Center, or at the Welcome Center in the lobby. Contact: Pastor David Houghton, 858.560.1870 x3135.

Young Adults go to Corn Maze - Sunday, October 19, 12:15 pm - Young adults, 18-29, are invited to Upper Room’s annual Corn Maze trip to Temecula. The cost is $9 for the maze and $15 for the maze plus 3 activities. Carpool leaves from the church at 12:15 pm. Contact: Pastor Beth Console, bconsole@cityviewsd.com.

Volunteer opportunities at Wegeforth Elementary
- Wegeforth Elementary, our public school partner, has several volunteer opportunities for City View. First, the school needs carnival game helpers for their fall community event on Friday, October 17, 6-8 pm. They are also looking for people willing to help struggling readers on an ongoing basis, twice a week for one and a half hours. Training will be given. Contact: Pastor Shari Dresselhaus, sdresselhaus@cityviewsd.com / 858.560.1870 x3128.

Richard Dresselhaus is interim pastor - We are pleased to announce that Pastor Richard Dresselhaus has accepted the Board's invitation to serve as interim lead pastor at City View Church. Pastor and Elnora Dresselhaus pastored previously at City View Church for 33 years. Since stepping down in 2003 they have filled the interim pastor position at 9 churches in California and Utah.

Youth Convention 2014- Fri-Sun, Nov 28-30, Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel - Epic Student Ministries invites students grade 7 and up to a life-changing weekend at this year’s Youth Convention. The theme is Handcrafted, and the speaker lineup includes Mark O, Tom Hammel, and Alberto Bello. Music is by Digital Age, Spoken, and Propaganda. The cost includes four meals (Saturday lunch on your own), conference, and hotel lodging downtown. Registration forms and $100 non-refundable deposit are due Sunday, September 28. Register Sundays in the lobby. Contact: Pastor Tony, 858.560.1870 x3119, tyoung731@me.com.

 

 

 

 

 
 
City View Church
8404 Phyllis Pl · San Diego, CA 92123
858.560.1870
Contact us: info@CityViewSD.com

Office Hours
Mon.-Fri., 8:30 am - 5 pm

OUR NAME
At City View Church (formerly San Diego First Assembly), our faith community remains committed to the core beliefs we have embraced for over 90 years. Our new name reflects a deepening resolve to serve God and the communities of San Diego with faith-inspired action.

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