Soup Kitchen

First Lutheran Church 215 N Lemon Street, Fullerton, California, United States

We are cooking and serving over at First Lutheran Church on Wilshire and Lemon while we renovate our kitchen.

Seeds of Hope Garden

Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church 1231 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton, CA, United States

Volunteers are welcome to help in the garden every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Volunteers help with weeding, pruning, raking, sweeping, sowing seeds, thinning new seedlings, transplanting, harvesting and other gardening tasks depending on the need and the season.  We welcome your help anytime you are available.  Please wear closed toe shoes as our grounds can be uneven, and bring your own gloves if you like.  We have some available if you don’t have your own.  There is very little shade, so plan accordingly. No prior gardening experience is necessary; although healthy knees are important.  All of the harvest from the garden is taken to Pathways of Hope food bank, the HUB.

Holy Eucharist with Choir in Sanctuary

Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church 1231 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton, CA, United States

On Sundays, we offer two in-person worship services: A quiet Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a.m. in the chapel and our full service with choir at 11 a.m. in our main sanctuary. Please join us! Our 11 a.m. service is live-streamed each week on St. Andrew’s YouTube and Facebook pages and remains available for later viewing and sharing.

Sunday School

Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church 1231 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton, CA, United States

Sunday School meets on Sunday morning at 11 a.m. in Moody Hall. Classes are for children in kindergarten through eighth grade or pre-high school. The children join their families in the church at the Offertory time so they may all receive Communion together. If you have any questions, please contact our Sunday School Coordinator Honour Harry at honour.a.harry@gmail.com. Sunday School logo designed by Ms. Honour Harry See her other delightful work at www.honourharry.com

Live Streaming Worship

Join our live stream every Sunday at 11 a.m. Click here to watch on Facebook Click here to watch on YouTube

Free Outdoor Neighborhood Jazz Concert!

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church 1231 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, California

Come on out for a free jazz concert from 4-6 p.m.! Bring a picnic, bring the family, and enjoy some fantastic music from Joshua Wood and the West Coast Combo. Join us on the lawn--bring a blanket or some chairs and make a picnic of it! BYOB and some free snacks and beverages will be available, too.

Contemplative Piano with Joshua Wood

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church 1231 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, California

Join us in the sanctuary or listen in with the livestream on St. Andrew's Fullerton Facebook Page on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month for Contemplative Piano with Joshua Wood. Josh offers us a prayerful uninterrupted 30+ minutes of flowing piano. Take a break from the stress of the news and hear the Spirit speaking through the keys.

Soup Kitchen

First Lutheran Church 215 N Lemon Street, Fullerton, California, United States

We are cooking and serving over at First Lutheran Church on Wilshire and Lemon while we renovate our kitchen.

Seeds of Hope Garden

Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church 1231 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton, CA, United States

Volunteers are welcome to help in the garden every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Volunteers help with weeding, pruning, raking, sweeping, sowing seeds, thinning new seedlings, transplanting, harvesting and other gardening tasks depending on the need and the season.  We welcome your help anytime you are available.  Please wear closed toe shoes as our grounds can be uneven, and bring your own gloves if you like.  We have some available if you don’t have your own.  There is very little shade, so plan accordingly. No prior gardening experience is necessary; although healthy knees are important.  All of the harvest from the garden is taken to Pathways of Hope food bank, the HUB.

Summer Centering Prayer Group

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church 1231 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, California

In the depths of your being, so much is going on because you care about so much. Centering Prayer is a way to allow God to quietly but firmly let you know that you are loved in the busyness of living. Centering Prayer helps us attend to the natural intimacy with God deep within us. Nothing is required except showing up and quieting the mind—and turning the heart toward God. Centering Prayer is a simple method of prayer that expands one’s receptivity to the presence and activity of God in your life. You sit and allow your heart to open toward God. Whenever a thought comes into your mind, you simply let the thought go and return to an open, silent attending upon the depths within. Not because thinking is bad, but because it pulls you back to the surface of yourself. You use a short word or phrase, known as a ‘sacred word’ (such as ‘abba’ or ‘peace’ or ‘be still’) to help you let go of thoughts. It’s that simple: Sit, Breathe with your sacred Word, Listen. Doing this prayer with others can be profound. We will be facilitating these prayer times on 2nd and 4th Sundays through the summer: […]