P.O.L.O. (Parents of Little Ones)

POLOIf you have never been a part of a POLO event before, we want to invite you to join us for dinner and drinks as we kick off the fall together with a “Parent’s Night Out”.

 POLO is a new group of parents who started getting together after realizing that all of us felt a common isolation in this unique time of life. Dinner, drinks, movies, parks, crafts, team trivia, group projects, birthday parties, this year we’ve discovered that it doesn’t really matter what we do together. Simply having a group of friends whose lives are as ridiculous and messy as ours is a gift to us and our kids. Therefor we want to share and always be inviting others like you to join us too.

Parent’s Night Out
Every 1st Tuesday of the Month

Our main gathering each month, when we drop off the kids at childcare and dinner provided by SCPC and walk to dinner & drinks together at a different local restaurant each month. There is no program (religious or otherwise) to attend. The goal is simply to get to know each other better, share our stories, and build friendships in this unique time of life.

Considerations For Kids
1) You MUST register (forms here) before arriving.  This helps us prepare child care, emergency info & dinner for the little ones.
2) Consider the LOGOS Program if you have children over 6.

Childcare is limited to children 6 and under. If you also have older children consider enrolling them in SCPC’s LOGOS program, a ministry for 1st-8th grade. Please be advised, this is not a drop in program. Participation in LOGOS is expected each week, not only on POLO nights. Program info & registration paperwork can be found here.

Dad’s Night Out ~ a night out with ONLY the dads
Guy’s Quizzo Night @ Otto’s
Every last Tuesday of the Month.
Our Next Night of victory Sept. 27th

Drinks, food and a chance to flex our collective brain power! Quizzo Team Trivia at Otto’s Pub is just for the guys. Please RSVP to MIke Ozaki beforehand so reservations can be made.

  • When: September 27th @ 8:30 pm
  • Where: Otto’s Pub (2235 N Atherton St)
    Who: Anyone who calls themselves dad and could use a night out.

Mom’s….(fill in the blank)
Each month the moms get together to do something, anything that seems fun. Past activities have been seeing the movie “Bad Mom”, wine and snacks party, crafting at “The Makery”, make up bachelorette party for 1 member of the group. No rules, just enjoying each other’s company with a little creative catharsis.

  • When: TBA
  • Where: TBA
  • Who:  Anyone who calls themselves “Mom” to a child age 6 and under

Wednesday in the Word Bible Study

In Wednesday in the Word, (formerly “Women in the Word”), we are studying John Bunyan’s “The Pilgrim’s Progress” and the Scriptures he included in the margins.  We will all be using the same version of the book, so if you want to join us, please contact Connie Curilla for the information.  We meet in the Fireside Room, beginning with lunch at 12:30 pm.  Bring a bag lunch and join in fellowship and conversation.  The study runs from 1:00 – 2:00 pm each Wednesday.  Questions? Contact Connie Curilla or Linda Edvar.

Cancellation Policy:  If SCASD cancels school, there is no meeting; if SCASD has early dismissal, there is no meeting.

Join us for Coffee Hour

As always, our congregation enjoys weekly fellowship during the coffee hour in between worship services every Sunday.  Congregation members take turns hosting and serving coffee during this hour. We provide bagels, coffee, hot water for tea or hot chocolate, and round tables for people to sit, relax, and catch up with friends and church family.

Young at Heart (Adults 55+)

Young at Heart is a fellowship group for persons age 55 and older. The group meets monthly for a pot-luck dinner followed by a program. All who are “young at heart” are invited. Just bring a covered dish and your own table service and enjoy an evening of fellowship. It’s a great way to meet other church members and make new friends.