Ukulele Club Anniversary

The Ukulele Club of Chinatown held their 5th Anniversary gala in the CCC social hall on August 21. About fifty people turned out for great Hawaiian food, music, and hula. Throughout the evening, many performers graced the stage, and  generated an “Aloha” spirit that filled the room.


SACK Open House

About 150 people showed up to celebrate the Summer Adventure Camp for Kids (SACK) Open House, performance, and dinner. This marks the 50th year of our program, and a good time was had by both old and new campers, friends, family, and guests.


SACK’s 50th Anniversary

This year marks the 50th anniversary of CCC’s Summer Adventure Camp for Kids (SACK). We’ll have an open house July 20 at 4 p.m., and a special worship service on July 21.


DulTones at NCNC Gathering

 

CCC’s Dultones sang at the recent Northern California-Nevada Conference (NCNC) annual gathering held at Sonoma State University, June 13-15, 2019.  Attendees formed a fellowship circle in response to their closing song, “Amazing Grace.” 


Square and Circle

“Square and Circle,” a Chinatown service organization, celebrated their 95th anniversary with a dinner and program last Saturday night. The club was founded by seven female choir members from CCC, and has grown and expanded throughout the years.  During the program, Dr. Elaine Jang was recognized for her 82 years of active membership.


SF Food Bank

On a recent Saturday morning, a group of Esprit Fellowship and Youth volunteered at the San Francisco Food Bank.


Mother’s Day

During the combined Mother’s Day worship, James Yan Lan gave a moving message about his late mother, Kena–and we were inspired by the music of the Mother’s Choir and the BelleTones.


Helping the SF Night Ministry

The CCC youth coordinated a sock drive that collected  530 pairs of socks for the needy and homeless. These socks were presented to the San Francisco Night Ministry on March 24. 


Esprit Fellowship

On March 15, Esprit fellowship went out for an enjoyable dinner, then  attended  “West Side Story” at Berkeley Playhouse. Tentative upcoming events include a Presidio outing and volunteering at the SF Food Bank.


Sunday at CCC

Reverend Rodney Yee provided the message last Sunday, and the Sanctuary Choir sang with great spirit.