Transforming Homes on the Peninsula
Puerto Rico Hurricane
Ada Lis Luciano Andujar - A Survivor
and Director of the Volunteer Village
Authentic Puerto Rican Cuisine will prepared by Ada Lis.
Fog Fest Parade
September 28th 2019
1910 - 2019
Our Church originated with a small group of people in what was then called Salada Beach who wanted to organize as a Presbyterian congregation. We were charted July 24, 1910 and the Church building which is still known as "The Little Brown Church" was dedicated.
Until the early 1950’s, the Little Brown Church was the only house of worship between Montara and Daly City at it became a true community church and the building served residents of the coast, regardless of religious affiliation.
In early 1950’s, developers began buying tracts of land to respond to the growing demand for post WWII housing, One of the developers, Andre Oddstad, gifted a parcel of land to the Presbytery of San Francisco. A congregation was assembled and the Pedro Valley was built.
In 1967 the Pedro Valley Presbyterian Church and the Little Brown Church merged into St. Andrew United Presbyterian Church and it became immediately apparent that a larger facility was needed.
In 1979, the Terra Nova Church Center was established. We now share that facility with the Christian Life Fellowship and the Terra Nova Nova Christian Preschool and Day Care Center.
Sunday School Teachers Needed
You can find the sign up sheet on our bulletin board. Curriculum is provided or you can come up with something fun on your own.
Music is always a good option!
Please contact Kim Carpenter email@example.com
650-346-7744 to volunteer or if you have questions.
The Nominating Committee is seeking members to serve three year terms as Church officers in the Class of 2022.
Self nominations are encouraged!
Positions: (5) Elders (3) Deacons
Forms are available in the weekly bulletin and can be placed in the offering plate or given to Paul Kuhn.
You can also email the Church office.