Author Archives: Richard Macdonald

Niel Lynch was Flocked on his 80th Birthday

We don’t know if anyone noticed the flock of bright pink, knobbly-kneed flamingos that have landed in fantastic numbers around Neil Lynch’s house in Escondido, CA. They appeared over night and the neighbors were astounded.

The Fun and Fellowship Committee, and the Kitchen Committee, are working … read more.

Board letter regarding Frank Willey’s Report

Hello Dear Community,

This past Sunday’s report-out session with the Rev. Dr. Frank Willey was informative, and as promised, we are sending out the two documents he has prepared after the What Now? Conversations. The first one is his Summary of findings and Recommendations. The second … read more.

Thank you cleanup volunteers

The donation sheds are now clean and safe.

A team of volunteers worked Saturday to clean up glass, organize and install new security equipment. All evidence of broken windows has disappeared and the stolen truck has returned although in need of some repair. A security camera … read more.

Together We Thrive – Pledge Drive

Welcome to the Pledge Drive for FY 22/23 in this month of April. We make pledges to the Fellowship to show our support for all the missions of our congregation. Please visit this Publication space every week in April to see our progress and … read more.


The April Quarterly Dialogue Magazine is now available. In this edition we highlight the notable accomplishments of our Dream Builders, the exciting new initiatives of our Social Justice Gun Violence Prevention Team and the ongoing educational references from the Climate Action Task Force. We are … read more.


In this edition we honor the lives of Barbara Blomgren and Ashley Phillips. Their passing is our loss. May we keep the memories of their gifts and generosity in our hearts. You can access the newest “Remembrances” publication HERE

Calling All Photographers

In order to jazz up our website, we are looking for more pictures of our campus to display on the slideshow. Our site is one of the unique attributes of our church. Please take pictures with your cell phone turned sideways to get a landscape … read more.