Complete Schedule

Sundays - AM
Worship Services
9 &10:45am
9 &10:45am
Wednesdays - PM
Children, Youth & Adults 6:30 pm

Web Services

Online Giving
Fall Craft Fair Registration - Oct. 25
eBlast Newsletter
Contact Us
Submit resumes to Ron Ward: ronrward@hotmail.com
Podcasts of AM messages

Boys Wednesday PM (Rangers)
Stephen Ministry (One-on-one care)
Royal Family Kids Camps




It's time to nab that perfect gift, or perhaps to spruce up the house for the holidays! Come browse over 50 booths, plus food trucks and more! Click here for more info, or if you'd like to register your booth, click here.

What began in an obscure corner of the world with just 120 people became a force that has transformed our world. What causes change like that? Come explore the book of Acts with Pastor Richard Dresselhaus. 9 & 10:45 am

Come enjoy one-stop trick-or-treating at our annual Trunk or Treat! You'll enjoy lots of fun, tricked-out vehicles and a generous haul of candy in a safe, family-friendly environment. Join us from 6-8 pm on Friday, October 31!


Volunteers needed for Trunk or Treat - Friday, October 31, 7-9 pm - Our Trunk or Treat outreach to the community is coming up next month! “Trunketeers” will trick out the trunk of their car and hand out candy to kids in a safe, family-friendly environment. We need lots of candy to provide for each trunk host to hand out during the evening. Other areas of involvement of involvement include setup and teardown. This is an all-church-family event! Stop by the table in the lobby for more information.

Vendors invited for Fall Craft Fair - Saturday, October 25, 9 am - 3 pm - The City View Church Fall Craft Fair will feature hand-made crafts and fair-trade items, as well as upcycled, vintage and shabby chic treasures. If you or someone you know would like to participate as a vendor, visit CitViewSD.com/craftfair, or register online here. Cost for a 10x10 space is $40. This CVC outreach is hosted by City View Women.

Membership class explores church community - Begins Wednesday, October 8, 6:30 pm, Ed Center 102 - If you would like to know more about City View Church or becoming a member, the Membership CLASS 101 is for you! It’s the perfect place to explore what it means to be part of the City View church family. The 3-week course is taught by Pastor Ed Chapman. To register, please phone the office, or simply attend the first class session. Contact: Pastor Ed Chapman, echapman@cityviewsd.com.

Dying Out Loud tour - Sunday, October 19, 6 pm, Fellowship Center - Ann Steward will share an update on what the Lord is doing in the Euphrates Project, an effort that takes her to building friendships in some of the sparse, outlying areas of the world. Ann is moving forward with the vision she and Stan, her husband who passed away while ministering within the diverse cultures of the area. All are welcome!

Kids Convention - Saturday, October 11, leave church 9 am - All kids, 1st through 5th grade (those under 3rd require a parent), are invited to this year's Kids Convention. Kids from City View Church will join hundreds of others at Newport Mesa Church in Santa Ana, for a great day with inflatables, games, prizes, a special speaker, and a Chick-Fil-A lunch. Departure time is 9 am from the church, returning around 4 pm. The cost is $25 which includes lunch. Contact: Pastor Shari Dresselhaus or Georgia Fellows, 858.560.1870 x3114.

Steak BBQ to benefit Teen Challenge - Saturday, October 11, 3 pm, refreshments at 2:30 - As the nation’s most effective drug rehabilitation program, Teen Challenge is a proven leader in helping to recover broken lives. You can be a part of restoring individuals and families at San Diego Teen Challenge’s Top Sirloin BBQ Benefit. The event includes an inspiring program along with the Teen Challenge choir celebrating the Lord’s transforming power. The event is at the ministry’s center at 5450 Lea Street (near 54th & University). Tickets are just $12 (or reserve a table of 10 for $100). RSVP by October 8 to Helen Smith, 619.265.0337 / sd@teenchallenge.org. [Stop by the lobby table – Sept 28, Oct 5]

Survey informs search committee - As the pastoral search committee begins to visit churches at which some of the candidates serve, it is also lookng for input from the congregation. Congregational input adds essential perspective to the process. A survey is designed to provide the opportunity to indicate your preferences. To download the survey (pdf format), click here. Please return it to the Welcome Center by Sunday, October 5, or email it to Jesica Murphy at the church office: jmurphy@cityveiwsd.com.

Youth Convention 2014- Fri-Sun, Nov 28-30, Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel - Epic Student Ministries invites students grade 7 and up to a life-changing weekend at this year’s Youth Convention. The theme is Handcrafted, and the speaker lineup includes Mark O, Tom Hammel, and Alberto Bello. Music by Digital Age, Spoken, and Propaganda. The cost includes four meals (Saturday lunch on your own), conference, and hotel lodging downtown. Registration forms and $100 non-refundable deposit are due Sunday, September 28. Register Sundays in the lobby. Contact: Pastor Tony, 858.560.1870 x3119, tyoung731@me.com.

Dying Out Loud tour welcomes Anne Steward- Sun., Oct. 19, Fellowship Center - The Stan Steward family traded the comforts of suburban southern California for the crowded cobblestone streets of Istanbul, Turkey. They explored some of the most dangerous reaches of Turkey's border regions of Turkey to pray with nomadic tribespeople.

But none of those adventures would compare to where God led them next: a journey of visions, revelations, and sorrow. A journey into stage-four colon cancer, and a journey that beckoned them to walk the shrouded path through the Valley of the Shadow of Death.

Yet even there they discovered peace, grace, and a new hope for the lost around them.


Also, I transcribed this from Stan’s video; I thought it could be used somewhere.

God whispered into our ears, “Live this dying out loud.  No false courage, no false faith, no false hope.  Good days out loud, bad days out loud.”  Not just in front of the thousands of Muslims that we call our friends, but in front of the body of Christ, in front of those that we fellowship with, those that stand alongside us….  We’ve said it before, we feel blessed to carry this testing, this trial.

All invited to Prayer Summit - Sunday, October 5, 6 pm, Fellowship Center - As we continue to seek the Lord for his guidance in the direction of our fellowship, it is essential that all who call this their church home be part of praying for God’s will for City View. We urge you to come be a part of our all-church prayer effort. Prayer Summits meet on the first and third Sundays of each month.

Richard Dresselhaus is interim pastor - We are pleased to announce that Pastor Richard Dresselhaus has accepted the Board's invitation to serve as interim lead pastor at City View Church. Pastor and Elnora Dresselhaus pastored previously at City View Church for 33 years. Since stepping down in 2003 they have filled the interim pastor position at 9 churches in California and Utah.

Beth Moore coming to SDSU - Fri.-Sat., October 10-11 - Register now to join other City View Women to attend the Beth Moore Living Proof tour at Viejas Arena at SDSU. Register online for the Friday-evening, Saturday-afternoon event and plan to carpool with other City View Women to this conference that will transform your life with the Living Word of God. Register on your own at www.lproof.org and notify coordinator Edie Chapman, ednamary@cox.net, to be added to the carpool. The cost is $69.





City View Church
8404 Phyllis Pl · San Diego, CA 92123
Contact us: info@CityViewSD.com

Office Hours
Mon.-Fri., 8:30 am - 5 pm

At City View Church (formerly San Diego First Assembly), our faith community remains committed to the core beliefs we have embraced for over 90 years. Our new name reflects a deepening resolve to serve God and the communities of San Diego with faith-inspired action.

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