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  • The Regathering Committee is excited to share our plans to resume worshipping in the sanctuary on Sunday, November 21. We will continue to wear masks and maintain physical distancing to keep everyone safe. Windows and doors will be open and fans will be in operation to enhance ventilation, so if you plan to attend, please dress accordingly. After worship, everyone is invited to receive a boxed lunch and eat outdoors on our patio as we celebrate Thanksgiving together. There are no reservations needed for worship but they are required for the boxed lunch. Please sign up no later than November 15 using this Google form or leave a phone message on the church voicemail. We are hopeful that conditions will continue to improve and allow us to make this long-awaited return to our sanctuary. Please plan to join us as we consecrate our pledges and give thanks for God's faithfulness throughout our lives!


  •  IT’S OFFICIAL! The 2022 POVUCC Stewardship Campaign has officially launched! Stewardship letters were mailed to all those in our POVUCC Community on October 22nd, so be on the lookout for your letter. If you are a member of our church community, even intermittently, please prayerfully consider making a pledge of any amount to Pioneer Ocean View UCC that will help our church continue to thrive as a faith community and place of transformation. If you do not receive your Stewardship letter in the mail, please email the church office at office@povucc.org or call the office at (619) 276-4881. A copy of the letter may also be found here. We are asking that you return your pledge cards before November 17th, as Pastor Mary Sue plans to consecrate our Pledges during Worship service on Sunday, November 21st. We thank you for your continued support, dedication and service to the POVUCC Community. May God bless you abundantly!


  • The Board of Christian Education invites all POVUCC families and friends to attend a family movie night on the Point, Saturday, October 23rd. Gates will open at 6:15 and we will begin the movie at 6:30.  Bundle up and grab the kids, grandkids and grandparents. Bring a snack, blanket and/or chairs and come for a COVID-safe viewing of the Disney film, Coco. The film Coco focuses on family values and pursuing your dreams. At the end of the film, the Board of Christian Education will facilitate a short discussion.