Church Activities Suspended

Except for essential services six counties in the Bay Area have announced orders to “shelter in place” to help contain the spread of COVID19 until April 7th.  To help curb the spread of the virus and to protect our most vulnerable population the Council has suspended all church activities until April 7th.


Sunday Service Cancelled

As you are aware by now the impact of COVID19 on our community evolves day by day.  As organizations and institutions find ways to curb the spread of the virus locally our church Council has made a very difficult decision to cancel service this Sunday, March 15,  and all group gatherings for the rest of this week only.  Please note that we are not cancelling church.  We are just cancelling Sunday service and in-person gatherings.  Groups can still find ways to connect with each other via social media and other means.   We know that it’ll be hard for some of you.  But it is good to err on the side of caution than to put some of our most vulnerable members at risk of being infected.  We’ll share the Council’s decision for next week and for the next couple of weeks by Monday.


Esprit Fellowship Meeting

On February 29, Esprit Fellowship gathered for dinner, followed by a live theatre performance in Chinatown.


SACK Starts Soon

Preparations are being made for the 51st season of our Summer Adventure Camp for Kids(SACK) Prospective counselors, volunteers, and campers can apply online at the camp’s website
The photo shows Dick Hom and Vincent Wu at the San Francisco Summer Resource Fair, promoting SACK on a recent Saturday.


SFPD Visits CCC

Officers from SFPD stopped by the social hall during Koffee Klatch on Jan. 26 to discuss safety issues in the neighborhood, and  answered many questions from church members.


Youth Fundraiser

Several of our youth plan to  attend a Youth Christian Conference in Atlanta, Georgia,  Dec 31-Jan 2. They are holding a Hot Chocolate Fundraiser to help offset the cost.


Yoke Choy Club

The Yoke Choy Club celebrated their 98th anniversary on Oct. 26, 2019 at a luncheon at Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco. 90 people attended.  In 1921, a group of 11 young men met at Chinese Congregational Church to form a club. They named it Yoke Choy Club. It means literally “disseminate” and “knowledge”. The purpose of the club was to promote Christianity, athletics, music and social activities. 


146th Anniversary

Last Sunday, we celebrated our 146th year in Chinatown!


Annual Picnic and Outdoor Worship

Approximately 100 people attended CCC’s Annual Picnic and Outdoor Worship at Beresford Park, San Mateo. We divided into groups to explore and discuss Psalm 23 in depth, and the ukulele club provided music for the service. Then came the food, games, and sports!


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.