Congregationalism, from its earliest conception was founded by men and women of faith: faith in God; faith in Jesus Christ; faith in the Christian church as the fellowship of Christ’s followers; and faith in the way we live with each other, as disciples in Godly character and principles.
The basis of membership in the Congregational Church of the Chimes is a covenant not a creed. We believe that the strength of our relationship with God is predicated on the covenant that binds us to our God and to each other. We have adopted as our covenant the same covenant formulated by the earliest Congregational Church of Salem, MA in 1629.
CROP Hunger Walks are community fundraising events sponsored by Church World Service, an international relief, development, and refugee resettlement agency. Money raised by CROP Hunger Walks nationwide is used to provide food, medical care, disaster relief, and self-help development for needy people around the world. We participate, Host and support annually.
We support Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child (OCC) each year in November by packing 100 shoeboxes with small toys, small articles of clothing (socks, mittens, hats), school supplies, personal hygiene items and wrapped candy. The program’s mission is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Every December our Board of Deacons works with The Children’s Bureau of Southern California to sponsor 9 needy families by providing them with clothes, toys, household items, basic necessities and food to help make their Christmas a time of joy and celebration.
Our Congregation makes donations of non-perishable food and our Community & World Service Board makes quarterly financial donations.
Our Christian Education Board helps the homeless and hungry of the San Fernando Valley by preparing “Blessing Bags” that our Congregants then give to the people we meet on our streets daily who are in need.
Each Blessing bag contains the following items packed in a gallon size zip lock bag: Bottle of water, Protein, Fruit cup, Granola bar, Dessert, Pair of socks, Plastic fork & spoon, a napkin, Toothbrush, tooth paste & floss and a special message from CotC.
Dedicated to recovering food and connecting it to people in need.
With dignity and respect, powered by volunteers, MEND’s mission is to break the bonds of poverty by providing basic human needs and a pathway to self-reliance
Our Church of the Chimes Community and World Service (CWS) Board hosts a Gala, an annual fundraising dinner and auction event attended by members of the church, the preschool, local Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops, and members of the community in an effort to raise awareness and funds to donate to a community outreach project or organization.
We have a strong partnership with the Pan American Institute in Tijuana, Mexico, NACCC supported.
Who Are Al-Anon Members?
Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.
Get together with our friendly group of creative crafters and knitters to learn new stitches, share ideas and work on your newest creations! Tuesdays at 9:30am-11:30am
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Gymnastics program that specializes in the art of contortion, circus arts, and Argentinian Drumming. Classes for all Levels or experience Ages 3-17
Meantion the COTC website and get 50% off your first class!
The Boy Scouts of America is the largest scouting organization and one of the largest youth organizations in the United States, with about 2.3 million youth participants and about one million adult volunteers
As a Girl Scout, your girl will have fun and make friends as she participates in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience: a proven, one-of-a-kind leadership development program
Fun and exciting rhythm based play class where kids learn to explore their world through music. Studies show the many benefits of percussion on the developing brain, enhancing concentration, coordination and utilization of both right and left brain hemispheres!
“Praise the LORD, for the LORD is good; sing praise to his name, for that is pleasant. ” Psalm 135:3
We have a wonderful Music Program with a very talented choir that sings on Sundays.
The choir is led by Greg Whipple and accompanied by our organist, Alan Steinberger. We have section leaders, soloists and musicians adding to the beauty of our services. Come join us online on Sundays for worship and a tapestry of musical notes praising the Lord