Shoreline Communities are all about fun activities and events. That means all are welcome. Seriously! Wherever you’re at, spiritual or not, you are welcome. Whether you prefer outdoor adventures, educational outlets, artistic events, or a team sport; we have a Community Group for you.
Jesus modeled this kind of lifestyle all throughout the Gospels. He invited all kinds of people, from all walks of life, to do life with Him. Jesus’ invitation to ‘belong’ was a catalyst to ‘believe.’ Shoreline Community Groups open the door for healthy, real relationships.
If you love basketball and interested in getting together and shooting some hoops, this group is for you!
Join us every Sunday afternoon from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm for a competitive game at the Trinity High School Gym. For ages 18 and up.
For questions or to join, please contact Brian Kiely at email@example.com. We are looking forward to having you at our next game!
We are a group of folks who enjoy friendly competition on pocket pool tables. 8-ball, 9-ball, and other games.
Whether you’re a current pool player, have played pool before, or are interested to learn how to play pool we’d love for you to come join us.
Where: Easy Street Billiards
When: The first Saturday of each month
Address: 511 Tyler St, Monterey, CA 93940
Cost: We’ll split the cost evenly amongst each player. Tables are $10 an hour.
Contact Rick Honey at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started or just show up.
This group is for individuals who love a good board game. Strategizing and competing with old and new friends alike is what this Community Group is all about. We feature a new game every time we gather. Please join us and please bring a friend or two.
We meet on the 2nd and last Saturday of every month at 3:00 pm
Mythic Games, Downtown Monterey
Love creating new things? Want to learn some crafty skills? Do you have a desire to connect with community members and Shoreline attendees? This group is for you! We meet once every couple of months on a Saturday morning to work on an instructed project together. All supplies and snacks are provided.
Candle Making Workshop
Saturday, May 2nd, 9 am – 11 am | Garden Room | $10
Join us on Saturday, May 2nd for a day of making your own candles. Invite a friend or neighbor, all skill levels welcome. Supplies, instruction, and light snacks will be provided. Bring your own jars or use one provided. The project includes supplies to make two candles to keep or give as a gift. Registration is limited to 20 participants. Sign-up by clicking this link. For questions or more information, contact email@example.com.
One very practical way Shoreline serves those in our church and in our community is by providing basic handyman support to the elderly, single moms, and others with physical and/or financial challenges. We work both directly with individuals as well as with organizations. We take requests at our Community booth between Sunday morning services, directly through the church office, or by word of mouth.
Handyman support includes a wide range of repairs or maintenance work in or around the home. These tasks include trade skills, and tasks typically described as “side work”, “odd jobs” or “fix-up tasks”. The need might be for a specific “fix” or might involve a general “home tune-up” involving identifying and fixing a number of different problems. There are also times when this kind of skilled or unskilled labor may be needed at the Shoreline campus.
Do you enjoy serving in this way? Although specific skills such as those involving plumbing, carpentry, electrical work are wonderful, these types of skills are not a requirement. Projects might involve yard work, hauling, painting, cleaning, small landscaping, and carpentry tasks; able bodies and kind hearts are the most important consideration for many of the projects the team undertakes.
The costs of equipment and supplies are covered by the recipients, while the tools and labor are supplied by the Handyman Community.
We have projects available for you to choose from almost every week, often on Saturdays but also sometimes during the week or evenings. Community members receive an email describing upcoming opportunities to serve. In addition to our labor, we have the opportunity to encourage those we serve, praying with them when asked, and loving both those who are served as well as those we are serving alongside.
Men and women…you can use your abilities as well as your spiritual gifts of serving, administration, encouragement, or evangelism to make a real difference in people’s lives.
If this sounds like you then come and join us!
To sign up or for more information, contact Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you enjoy Reading? Shoreline’s Women’s book club provides a great opportunity to discuss interesting books with other likeminded Shoreline women. You are welcome to join us at any time. We meet at homes in the greater Monterey area, monthly from 7:00 – 8:30 PM on the third Thursday of each month (other than in July and December). Come and enjoy fellowship with new friends, great discussions, and light snacks.
A different book is selected for each month’s meeting. Club members are encouraged to recommend books and the group leader selects the books she believes offers the best opportunity for a great discussion. Christian books, as well as secular books that provide opportunities to reflect on spiritual matters, are selected.
The book club also encourages a book exchange among members. Members are given an opportunity to describe and offer Christian non-fiction books they find particularly compelling for others in the group to borrow, keep, or pass along to others. This provides another opportunity to share good books.
Members do not need to attend every meeting. But when the monthly invitation is received, you are asked to RSVP (yes or no) so that the host can be prepared with enough chairs and refreshments.
If you would like to be included in the book club mailing list or if you have questions, please email email@example.com.