If you're looking for a fun and unique way to get plugged in at North Coast, our Special Interest Ministries may be just the place for you! Check out our various clubs and specialized ministries! Catch a wave, start that scrapbook you've been putting off, fine tune that speech, and meet people who share the same interests.
Rock Climbing Connection
The Rock Climbing Connection is open to anyone interested in learning how to climb or showing off the climbing skills you already have! Join us on regular trips out to places like Joshua Tree for one-day adventures.
The 2013 Climbing Connection dates are:
- Saturday, January 26, 2013
- Saturday, July 13, 2013
- Saturday, October 19, 2013
Contact: Ron Email
Common Thread Quilters
We are a group of women of all ages who meet together to work on own individual quilting projects as well as quilting for charities. We love novice and veteran quilters alike! We meet from 6:30-9:30pm every 2nd & 4th Monday from Sept.-May in the K1 room. Come stitch with us!
Contact: Jill (760) 672-1675 Email
Be your family's historian! We generally meet a few Fridays every month at 7pm at a local residence in Vista for a Scrapbooking Marathon that sometimes lasts until the wee hours of the morning. Everyone is welcome! We create both traditional and digital albums.
Contact: Janice (760) 802-3729 Email
Knitting and Crocheting Club
Do you love to knit or crochet? We have a group of all ages and abilities that come together to make scarves, hats & lap blankets for those in need. Everyone is welcome from experts to beginners. Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 10am on the Vista Campus in the K-1 Room.
Contact: Susan (760) 724-6700 x187 or Email
Art is a beautiful way to express yourself. It is both fun and challenging and you may discover a God-given talent you didn't know you had! Vanessa Gerardi, watercolorist, will show you how. Beginners and experienced painters are welcome. No drawing skills are necessary.
Meets every Thursday from 9:30am to noon on the Vista Campus in the K-1 Room. Cost is $10 which includes instruction.
Contact: Cathy at (760) 724-6700 x231 or Email
Military Wives of North Coast
Our ministry is for wives and soon-to-be wives of our active military for support during deployments and everyday life. The purpose of Military Wives of North Coast is to nurture every military wife by meeting her distinct needs from practical application to her walk with Jesus. For more info >>>
Contact: Deb (760)724-6700 x268 Email
Moms in Prayer
Moms In Prayer International is dedicated to prayer for our children and schools. We believe God has called us to pray. Through prayer we participate in His work in our children's lives and in our schools. Our vision is to have two or more moms praying for every school around the globe. We are committed to being a positive encouragement to public and private schools, and we pray that they may be guided by biblical values and high moral standards. If you're not praying for your child, who is?
Contact: Susan Looney (760) 941-1728 Email: looneybin4(at)hotmail.com
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Mothers of Preschoolers
MOPS is for all mothers with children from birth through kindergarten. Come and enjoy delightful breakfasts, listen to inspirational speakers, make a craft, and connect with other moms while your children are loved and cared for in our MOPPETS program. Our meetings take place on the Vista Campus in Video Café every first and third Thursday from 9:30-11:30am.
Email Kim Turner for more info. MOPS Phone: (760) 651-2631
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Mountain Bike Club
We're a group of guys that gets together periodically for a ride! If you'd like to be on our e-mail contact list for news about upcoming events, please email Dave.
We meet at 7 p.m. at the Vista Campus on the first and third Monday of every month in the K1 room. Guests are always welcome.
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Contact: Joe (760) 576-5506 Email silverbolt50(at)gmail.com
Elizabeth Hospice Circle of Care Support Group
We meet every Friday in the Family Room on the Vista Campus from 10:00-11:30am. We have several Grief Counselors who participate in leading the group. Grief is not an illness to be treated, but an experience to be lived. Most who have done so describe the journey as work; it is an active, not passive, process. Individuals supported in their grieving are more likely to more quickly emerge from the darkness of loss into a fuller life, enriched by the lessons they have learned. Circles of Caring provide drop-in support for adults who have lost a loved one. There is NO charge. All are welcome, and no registration is required.
Contact: Susan (760) 724-6700 x187 Email
North Coast Pen Pals for Prisoners
This ministry is designed to facilitate communication with, spiritual support for, and ultimately mentoring (discipleship) of prisoners who have made the decision to follow Jesus.
Contact: Mark Watkins Email