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We get it. We understand that church is not the only place where the sacred gift of life reveals itself. We trust there is always something sacred stirring within edges of our culture and our common life. Below are a number of our on site partnerships that share our passion for creating a better world. We invite you to learn more about these groups and movements and to participate in them freely.
To learn more about the work of Creekside Commons, room availablity, upcoming community events, and more, visit the website
Lafayette Community Supported Agriculture Project (CSA)
We host three fantastic CSA programs on site for a one-stop shop of local food. Join as a member of one of these programs and enjoy one small way of living into a deeply personal relationship to the seasons, the land, and the labor that connects farm to table. Each supplier provides a diversity of share sizes and delivery options. All shares are dopped off on our site and are held for you to pick them up at your conviniece.
Check out these local producers and rediscover food that is grown, harvested, and prepared locally. For more information on the CSA Program or support to help get started, concact, Laurie.Senter@gmail.com
Frog Hollow Farm
Real Good Fish
OSLC is delighted to charter Troop 200 of Lafayette in support of building well-rounded kids within the community. Use the link to connect to the troop to explore if this might be an option for your child.
Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center
Encougaging peaceful solutions since 1969, the center provides an active monthly speaker series, hosts an annual writing and art challenge to encourge creative perspectives on the issues of our day, provides rescources and opportunities to get involved.
Located just off our parking lot, this vibrant non-profit works to support those with transportation needs with the connections that allow them to age in place or engage in community life. They provide a host of resources and plenty of opportunities to get involved.
Hosting quarterly projects for families to reach out and make a difference in their local communities. Subscribe to Project Peace and find your way into lending a hand. Project Peace does all the organizing, so you simply show up and pitch in! Open to all ages.