Our Worship of God in the Reformed Tradition is joyous and life-affirming. All who seek the love of God and the grace of Jesus Christ are invited and welcome; young and old, families, couples, and singles, year-long residents and vacationers.
Each week, our faithful choir and talented musicians provide us with inspirational music. We have special services during Lent and Easter, for All Saints Day, Thanksgiving and during Advent.
For children there is a time with the Young Church during each worship service, followed by Sunday School or nursery care.
Each year we enjoy several joint services with our sister congregation, Two Rock Valley Presbyterian Church, and we also join with them for adult education studies.
Services in Tomales are held every Sunday at 9:30am. We look forward to seeing you there.
We are taking a break filming the services for the summer. Click here to watch past services.
We will have a joint service in Tomales on 3 September at 10:30am so we can all go and enjoy the Tomales Folk festival. Gary’s jazz band will be playing during the service.
Easter Season includes Services on Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday (7:00pm at Two Rock), and Easter Sunday, with a sunrise service at 6:30am in Two Rock and another at 9:30am in Tomales.
Our new Temporary Pastor is the Rev. David Brown, who hales from San Anselmo. Welcome Pastor Brown.
Worship via Zoom did not stop the great flow of music during our services. The combined choirs of Tomales and Two Rock performed this song, “Kyrie” by Andy Beck for the congregation.
This is the second piece sung by the combined choir. It’s a lovely song by Keith and Kristyn Getty called, “There is a Higher Throne.”
For the first Sunday of Advent the choir sang this beautiful piece by Carol Bayer Sager and David Foster, called “The Prayer”, with “Lead Us Lord”.
This is the last of our 2020 choral hymns, aptly named, “This Peaceful Night.” It is a Christmas hymn written by Don Besig and Nancy Price.
Our first hymn of 2021, in time for Easter. A beautiful piece from an ancient requiem, with music by Joseph Martin.
This was our final joint choir piece as both churches go back to in-house worship in June. It is a song of thanks, written by John Parker and Stan Pethel. “It is Good to Give Thanks” is taken from Psalm 92.