Scripps Ranch Christian Church (SRCC)

We are "Enriching Lives Together!" Summer is here and our youth group has fun-filled activities planned. Join us on Thursday, July 11, for a day at the beach. On Thursday, July 25, we head to the Family Fun Center, and on Thursday, Aug. 8, we are going to the Water Park Adventure. Our grand summer finale is on Thursday, Aug. 22–a pool party and barbecue. All kids in our community are welcome!

SRCC is a safe place for you and your family to explore and build relationships with God and others who are on the same journey. We involve all members– young, old, and in-between–in our services and ministries. Come visit and be a part of our family.

Canyon Springs Church

Discover a wonderful place in Scripps Ranch to enjoy real family closeness and build great lasting friendships! Canyon Springs Church is new and different!

Come enjoy a casual atmosphere and upbeat contemporary music from nationally published songwriter Jim Firth and the River Rocks band. Also, hear interesting messages from camp and conference speaker Jack Hawkins that will make you laugh, think, and build your relationship with God.

We offer quality children’s programs that provide a safe environment for your children to learn that God loves them. We also have a great youth ministry program for junior high and high school students. In one sentence, Canyon Springs is real fun, real people, and real answers.

Canyon Springs has services at 8:45 and 10:30 am. We meet weekly at Dingeman Elementary School, 11840 Scripps Creek Drive. If you have any questions, call 586-9492, email us at [[email protected]], or visit our website at [].

Scripps-Mesa Bible Church

Scripps-Mesa Bible Church (SMBC) asserts that God is in our midst. However, we also affirm that we have eyes that do not see Him and ears that do not hear. Thus, we tend to wrongly conclude that there is no God. Yet, He is here, seeking, calling, and parading through the circumstances and surroundings of our day.

What we need is to cultivate a desire for God, along with the ability to be attentive to Him. This begins with a desire for Him that is often born out of a realization of our own weakness and sense of inadequacy. God promises that whoever seeks Him will find Him.

Theophan, the recluse, counsels us: "What is required is a constant aliveness to God–an aliveness present when you talk, read, watch, or examine something."

God is in your midst and those who combine desire with attentiveness experience the richness only He can provide. Join us on Sundays at 8:30 and 10:30 am at 10635 Scripps Ranch Boulevard, Suite B. We look forward to seeing you.

Northstar Community Church

Come just as you are to Northstar! No religious legalism. No "New Age" feel-good philosophies. No need for image management here. We are folks just like you, coming to church to learn about God and what it means to build a relationship with Him.

We meet Sundays at 10 am, at the Scripps Ranch Library Center. Children’s and nursery programs are held during the adult service. Come early for free coffee, a breakfast snack, and to meet other people from the Scripps Ranch community.

Our student pastor, Ben Roberson [[email protected]], meets with students on Wednesdays at Miramar College. Cross Training, for middle school students, meets from 6:30-7:30 pm. IMPACT, for high school students, meets from 8-9 pm.

Join us for summer small group studies on Mondays at 7 pm, where we are studying the letter to the Ephesians. Thursdays at 6:30 pm, we are reading Max Lucado’s In the Grip of Grace. Wednesdays at 9 am, we are looking at Gary Chapman’s Anger–The Other Side of Love.

As you can see, we have many activities for all ages. We would love to have you join us at our Sunday services or at our many events.

Please visit our website at [] for more details and locations. You can also call the church at 549-2479 or e-mail us at [[email protected]].

New Group at St. Gregory’s

Please join us in the formation of a new adult singles’ group at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church. If you are single, divorced, widowed, or never married and are seeking to form new friendships, please join us. We welcome singles from all religions.

The next meeting will be Friday, July 12, at 7 pm. We meet in the parish hall. If you have any questions, please call Mary Ann Pearson at 586-6279.