Making God's Love Visible





An Invitation to Explore


As you explore these pages we hope you'll sense our caring spirit

and serious commitment to the myriad of issues calling people of faith to action.



Our Sunday Morning Service is at 10:00 AM.  We warmly welcome  you to join us! Click here for more information.

Our Location

Located in the Santa Rosa Junior College neighborhood at:

2000 Humboldt Street
Santa Rosa, California  95404

About Us

We are an Open and Affirming Christian congregation.  Friendly and welcoming, we seek to increase our love for one another, build our faith, and work together towards social and economic justice.

We would love to hear from you. Feel free to give us a shout and connect with us.

Of Interest

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Youth Group Kickoff!


Middle School Kick-Off
Coming Soon! 
At Christ Church United Methodist, 1717 Yulupa Avenue

Parents and teens are invited to a kick-off event. We’re joining forces with CCUM to do a service project, have a parent’s meeting, and play a few games. Contact Pastor Diana if interested or call the church office at

Care of the Earth


Earth day is every day! Here are some ideas for protecting our beautiful and vulnerable earth:



Ground Yourself in the Prophetic! With the climate crisis, the world is in desperate need of prophets. Yet, we can no longer wait for others to be the prophets that were needed yesterday.  We have to find the prophet in each of us.

Become a Hub of Resilience! For Earth Sunday, Creation Justice Ministries has created a new resource entitled “Weathering the Storm: Faithful Climate Resilience.” It specifically helps churches respond to the question, “How can our churches be hubs of resilience, helping our neighbors weather the physical and spiritual storms of the climate crisis?” Visit for this resource.

Focus on the Children! For their annual Faith Climate Action Week, Interfaith Power & Light has chosen the theme “Sacred Trust: Our Children’s Right to a Livable Future.” Examine our responsibility to safeguard our Earth for future generations and how our faith calls us to respond with just solutions to the climate crisis.

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In Person Worship


We have resumed worship in our sanctuary! We ask all to wear masks and use hand sanitizer upon entering the sanctuary. If you prefer not to sit in close proximity to others, let the ushers know, as we will have special seating for that. 

Our Safe Regathering Committee meets regularly to discuss what future steps towards reopening we can make. Stay tuned!