Featured Events & Announcements

Don't miss the David Roth concert on October 19th! See David's webpage: www.davidrothmusic.com:

The annual La Selva Beach Church Ice Cream Social drew a nice crowd on July 3rd. Church members served up ice cream to the community.

Musicians entertain the crowd at the La Selva Beach Church annual Ice Cream Social, July 3rd.

LSBCC members march in the June 7 2015 Pride Parade in Santa Cruz.

LSBCC table at the Queer Youth Leadership Awards dinner, where LGBT youth and their allies were honored, including our beloved Sylvia Gerbl honored posthumously. This photo includes LSBCC members, alongside Phillip Gomes and Van Broughner—Phillip designed and made the quilted banner we will carry in the Pride parade.

In Nicaragua, the Project Serve: Outreach 360 Team worked in the town of Jinotega, known as the City of Mists for its location deep within the mountains of the coffee producing region. Their mission was to transform and empower individuals, families, communities, and countries through education. Pepperdine University student Tierney Anderson sends a huge note of thanks to our church family for their support of her desire to provide service and share the love of God with new friends in Nicaragua.  "It was awesome!  Life changing!"

La Selva Beach Community Church recently donated money for a bedroom in the Recuperative Care Unit on the campus of the Homeless Services Center. Pictured is Sue Lawson representing LSBCC.        

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