Church Decoration/Flower Ministry
The community enjoys creating beauty inside our church to match the beauty of our surroundings. At certain important times in our community life such as Advent, Lent, and Easter, teams coordinate the activity of decorating the church. On the first or second Sunday of Advent, we "green" the Sanctuary and the Seminar Room, putting up and decorating a tree in each room, hanging wreaths on the walls, and setting up our crèches.
Please sign up on the flower chart near the kitchen for the dates you would like to provide and/or arrange flowers to grace our sacred space during Sunday services. Write down your phone number or email address so we can contact you regarding the dedication to include in the bulletins.
There are three ways you may participate in the flower ministry:
1. You may make a donation to CCC of $30 and someone on the flower team will buy and arrange the flowers for you. Let them know if you have a particular flower or type of arrangement in mind.
2. You may buy or provide flowers from your own garden and arrange them yourself.
3. You may choose to work with one of the team members to co-create the arrangements.
Let our office manager know of your interest (415-435-9108), and she will contact the team.
Community Congregational Church
145 Rock Hill Drive, Tiburon, CA. 94920
Office hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10-6
Rev. Gregory's email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Gregory's cell phone: 845-741-5118
Parking is available in CCC’s parking lot at the top of Rock Hill Drive. There is also street parking (be sure to curb your wheels). Even though there is ample space in the parking lot, carpooling is encouraged—a good way to spare the air and get to know your fellow congregants!
United Church of Christ
CCC is a member of the United Church of Christ, a progressive Christian denomination known for taking important positions on issues of social justice and inclusion for all God’s people. We are an Open and Affirming congregation committed to creating a welcoming environment where people feel the loving embrace of an all-inclusive community.