Service to the Community

Tomales Church has been serving its community for over 150 years.


Join us as we talk about the Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow’s new book, Everything Good about God is True. A limited supply of books will be available for purchase ($20). All are invited, whether you have a copy of the book already and are in the process of reading it, or are just interested in learning and sharing your faith with others on a quest to know God as Good. Gather with us at Tomales Presbyterian Church, 11 Church Street, Tomales, CA 94971 at 4 pm on Thursday, June 20, 2024.

We make our sanctuary available for weddings and memorial services, and our historic cemetery still serves families in the church and local community. The fellowship hall is open for family and community events and we are the back-up site for the weekly Food Pantry.

Several of our members are involved in the work of the Tomales Food Pantry. Others are active in the Tomales Regional History Center, Dillon Beach Emergency Readiness Training, and Petaluma Ecumenical Properties (PEP Housing).
The entire congregation participates enthusiastically in community events, especially Tomales Founders Day.

Our church is pleased to partner with COTS and the Mary Isaak Center in Petaluma, who do wonderful work in helping those who suffer from homelessness. We donate clothing and household goods on an ongoing basis.

Pedal for Protein – riding to raise money for Northern California food banks.  

Our church hosts or sponsors a variety of events and activities in Tomales and, every Tuesday morning at 10am we host a “Sit and Fit” session to which everyone is welcome.

We donate money towards scholarships for seniors graduating from Tomales High School and donate items for their PTA Holiday Bazaar. Each year we make a financial contribution to the West Marin Community Services Holiday Gift Program.

For the community:

Tomales Founders Day Parade on Labor Day; Flu shots are given in the town hall every October. The Food Pantry is open to all who need it every Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the Town Hall, come rain or shine.

For children:

Our annual Easter Egg Hunt is held at Tomales Community Park each Saturday afternoon before Easter Sunday. The kids love and outing and we love handing out candy!

The children’s Halloween Parade is at noon on October 30th in downtown Tomales.

For the Schools:

School supplies for Tomales Elementary teachers and classrooms are collected every summer.
Hunting for bargains at Tomales Farm & Flea Market


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