Adults of all ages, single and married, are welcome to come join the fun!
Clippers’ Fellowship is designed to make our larger church community feel a bit smaller so you can feel at home. Whether you’ve been coming to Laguna Presbyterian Church since it was founded or just found your way here . . . welcome home! We think you will find this to be a great place to feel at home and make new friends.
FALL EVENTS 2013
6 PM, Friday, December 20, 2013
Dinner and Christmas Concert featuring Dan Reckard
Dan was raised in Laguna Beach and graduated from USC with a degree in Jazz Studies. He also studied Latin American music in Brazil, which inspired him to create the band, Bossa Zuzu, which has toured internationally.
Clippers is a fellowship group for all ages.
Catered Dinner $20 per person.
Sign-up at the Clippers’ Cart after each worship service on Sunday.
Everyone of every age is welcomed at Clipper’s Fellowship.
Contact: Darrylin Girvin at 633-7565 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet the 3rd Friday night of each month from 6:00 – 8:30 PM, September to June. Come once or every month!
Some really entertaining, fun, and informative programs are coming your way, including a return of last year’s highly acclaimed Laguna Beach Swing Band.
Clippers is a hospitable group which gathers monthly for friendly, relaxed community around dinner in Tankersley Hall. From September through June, we enjoy alternating potluck and catered dinners with a variety of topical and informational programs, including everything from a view of contemporary Cuba to an “eye-opening” talk by a local ophthalmologist. Some of our fun traditions include a September beach party and occasional outings together to local theater or musical events.
Clippers is also a generous group which raises funds to support scholarships for our church youth and for our women’s retreats. Over the years we have donated funds for many improvements to our church campus, such as the projection screen in our parlor.
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