Service to the Community

Our sanctuary is available for weddings and memorial services, and the historic cemetery still serves the families in the church and local community. Several times a year, we provide a rest stop for bicycle groups that raise funds for cancer research and for community service organizations.

Our members actively support the work of the Cents-Ability Hunger Program of the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Two Rock School, the Redwood Empire Food Bank, COTS (Committee to the Shelterless) and Souper Bowl Sunday.

Watch the Religion and Resilience interview that Pastor Brook did with Chaplain Ryan Williams of the Coast Guard Training Facility in Petaluma. She draws on her experience as a hospital chaplain at UCSF, as well as her own experience losing her mother.

We recently held a fund raising concert with our sister church, called, “Fall Into Music” which was well supported and great fun. The proceeds will go towards maintaining Tomales Church’s historic building. Watch it here.

The Harvest Festival on the September 24 was a great success, with music provided by David Coe. Quilts adorned the church and baked goods were gobbled up after enjoying the wonderful chicken dinners.

Trunk-or-Treat at 6:30 on the evening before Halloween is a big treat for local families.

Two Rock Valley Presbyterian Church
Thursday quilters provide quilts for the neighboring community

We have an active social group that meets up every Tuesday to chat and work on their various handcrafts. Anyone is welcome to come along.

The Quilting Group meets each week up until Harvest Festival to create beautiful hand-made quilts that are sold at Harvest Festival or donated to local community agencies. The quilts are available to buy though out the year and can be viewed here.

Church Events to watch for:

Baby quilt detail.

Mother’s Day Abelskiver Breakfast and joint worship – Mother’s Day
in the Two Rock Fellowship Hall 7:30 – 10:30 am, followed by a service in the sanctuary at 11:00am;

Tomales Fair – Joint Service in Tomales at 11:00 am – First Sunday of September; parade at noon followed by festivities in the Tomales Community Park;

Annual Harvest Festival – 4th Saturday in September, 
10:00 am to 3:00pm
Fresh local produce, quilts, crafts, baked goods, raffle, silent auction, children’s games, 4-H animals, Chicken BBQ starting at 11:30.


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