IN THIS SEASON WE RECOGNIZE CHURCH LOOKS DIFFERENT.
We are doing our part to keep our families and community safe, while continuing to come together to worship. We will be holding Sunday services online, weekly devotions, and other ways to stay connected to each other during this time.
Our church is a place where our doors are open to people of all backgrounds and all ages, regardless of where they are at in their life’s journey. So whether you’re broken or bruised, hurting or healing, seeking or seasoned, we hope Catalyst will become a church home that will help you find fullness of life in Jesus Christ.
CHURCH FROM HOME
Join us at 9AM or 10:45AM from the comfort of your home to gather and worship!
As followers of Jesus we want to come alongside and serve those around us not only through prayer but in practical ways as well. In the midst of this pandemic we are aware that some people who are at high risk need to self-isolate and are unable to go out in public. If you are in need of prayer support or assistance due to your inability to go out in public, please let us know.
We recognize that for many of you, giving is part of your regular Sunday morning routine. Despite church looking a little different, we still have ways for you to continue to exercise sacrificial generosity. The easiest way to do this is by giving online. Giving online is safe, secure, and simple.
Start by clicking the Give Now button below, or the Give link at the top of the page. From there, you can set up a one-time gift or recurring gift with a credit card, debit card, or a bank account.
You can also drop a check in the mail addressed to: 241 N Mill St, Santa Paula CA 93060.
It’s in times like these that our church chooses to lean in to our communities and serve those that need it most. We are so excited for you to be a part of it.
Joy is a funny thing. In this life, it’s often hard to find, elusive, and seasonal. Yet it’s essential for fulfillment, purpose, and faith. About 2000 years ago, a great Christian theologian, pastor, and witness to the resurrected Jesus, named The Apostle Paul, wrote a letter to a small church from the confines of prison about, of all things, joy! Join us every Sunday as we walk through this letter to help us unlock the secrets of life changing joy.
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