Community Church of Sebastopol

United Church of Christ

Come and Find the Quiet Center

1000 Gravenstein Hwy North           707.823.2484

Faith In Action Team (FIAT)

Rapid Response Training Saturday, August 25 at 10 am

Put Your Faith Into Action!

Here is a great oportunity to put our faith into action to help support people effected by Immigration Raids. There will be a training for the North Bay Rapid Response Network for Sonoma and Napa Counties at The Community Church of Sebastopol, August 25, from 10:00 am to - 12:00 pm in Fellowship Hall.

Rapid responses in support of people targeted by ICE raids include serving on an Accompaniment Team or as a Legal Observer. Trained teams from Community Church are forming and you are invited to join. Learn more on Saturday, August 25, in the Fellowship Hall at 10 am. Contact Joyce Cox to sign up or the church office 707.823.2484.

This is a great opportunity for us to become more informed about and become involved in issues facing our neighbors right here in Sonoma County. Please come and invite others to join with you. You can make a difference!!

FIAT Meeting

The Faith In Action Team at the Community Church of Sebastopol meets on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 9:30 am in the Women's Fellowship Office, in Fellowship Hall. Our next next regular meeting is August 12.

At the recent Issue’s Assembly of the North Bay Organizing Project, we the members, voted on the issues to concentrate on for the next two years. The issues selected are:

    • Housing and Homelessness
    • Immigration
    • Environment and Transportation

    Task forces are being formed to research each issue and decide on actions steps to make a difference in each area. If you are interested in helping on one of these areas, please come to the next meeting, Monday, August 13, 6:00-7:30 at First Congregational Church UCC, Santa Rosa. Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month.


    FIAT: Help for the Undocumented

    The tragedy of recent wildfires has hit our undocumented immigrant community especially hard. Ineligible for any aid from FEMA, and prey to skyrocketing rents for replacement housing, these families who are vital to our community, need our help. The UndocuFund was started by three local nonprofits. 100% of donations go to help undocumented fire victims with lost wages, short term rental assistance/security deposits and more. More info and how to donate is available at their website.