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Family ministries:

Sun, Jun 9, 12pm, Dovecreek Park

You're invited to learn more about our Family Ministries. If you have kids, have a heart for kids, or just want to know what our church is doing to reach families, kids, and students, this is for you! We'll provide sandwiches and drinks, and you bring a side dish to share. Hear what we have planned for the summer and how you can be a part of God's plan for our church to love families, kids, and students in Irvine. Contact Lauren with questions.



August 12-16, $20
1st through 6th grade (Fall 2019)

Kids, join others from your neighborhood for the adventure of the summer! It’s a week to be creative, play games, and hear about an epic story that YOU are a part of! Contact Lauren with questions.


To register, download the form here. Once completed, please email the form to Lauren or bring to the patio table after the Sunday service.


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Begins Sunday, May 12, 10a, Oak Creek Elementary

God still works through men and women today to make an impact in the world. In this new series, we will look at common, everyday people who experienced the loving hand of God in their lives and were never the same again.

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Every Wednesday  |  7:00–8:30 pm
4 Bayporte, Irvine 92614

 Because of the call to be in community with one another, our youth group for grades 7-12 meets weekly to spend time going through God’s Word, praying for one another, and having fun together. Please contact Conrad Wozniak, Community Life Pastor, at for more information or how to get involved.

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Mexico house & church build trip

Friday, May 24-Sunday, May 26

Over Memorial Day weekend, we are partnering with other local churches to serve the community of El Niño, Mexico through building a church, building a home, distributing food, playing games with local children, and worshipping at Iglesia Comunidad Cristiana El Niño. This is a great weekend for all ages!

COST: $150 per person; $450 maximum per family; $110 for YoungLife/Student – includes all meals, lodging, and outreach items. Scholarships are available.

 TRANSPORTATION:  If you need a ride to Mexico, ridesharing is available.  Please indicate this when you register.

REGISTRATION is available at This is a very popular trip and is limited to 80 people.

 Mandatory Team Training: Sunday, May 19, 12:30-1:30 pm at Irvine Presbyterian Church, 4445 Alton Parkway, Irvine, 92604. 

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Walk where Jesus walked and experience your own pilgrimage with the Lord. Mike and Allison Kenyon are leading this exciting trip from March 25-April 3, 2020, and we are exploring the possibility of an optional, add-on service project. For complete trip details and pricing, visit

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All Church picnic

Sunday, April 28, 12:00 pm
Dovecreek Park (next to Oak Creek Elementary)

Enjoy an afternoon of fun with the Salt Church OC community. We'll head out to the park right after service. Play soccer and volleyball, or just hang out and relax. Bring a dish to share and join us!

Questions? Contact Conrad,



Friday, April 19, 7:00 pm

 Through scripture readings, prayer and singing, we will spend time with Jesus as we reflect on His last words, as spoken from the cross.  In a symbolic act of confession, we will nail our sins to a cross.

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As we continue our journey through Lent, please mark your calendar for these worship services:

Palm Sunday.............April 14, 10:00 am
Good Friday..............April 19, 7:00 pm
Easter Celebration.....April 21, 10:00 am 


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The Lent Journey

Lent is the period of 40 days that comes before Easter in the Christian calendar. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, Lent is a season of reflection and preparation before the celebration of Easter. By observing the 40 days of Lent, Christians replicate Jesus Christ's sacrifice and withdrawal into the desert for 40 days.  Click the button below to download the prayer guide to help you along the journey. 

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The Gospel According to Luke

The more we closely examine first century people, the more we see that they are just like us.  Their problems and attitudes concerning sin, money, anxiety, hope, community, rejection, vengeance, pride, humility and God’s direction mirror the questions we face.  The Gospel of Luke gives us insight on how Jesus addressed such topics and he makes clear how we can come to know God.

 Luke is about God’s plan for humanity.  The Gospel explains who Jesus is, what he did, why he came, and how he prepared the disciples for the role they would have in his plan.  Luke probes such issues as these; how did an originally Jewish movement become the basis for an offer of salvation to all?  Do Gentiles really belong in the family of God?  If Jesus was originally the Messiah for Israel, why did he meet so much opposition that they crucified him?  And how could a crucified Messiah become the basis for hope for all humanity?

 We will discover that virtually every story in Luke’s Gospel challenges us to respond to Jesus. In this series, we will see that Jesus, the Son of God, was and is the fulfillment of the covenant promises of God. 

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Since October 2018, our new home for worship is:
Oak Creek Elementary School
1 Dove Creek, Irvine, CA 92618