We are church that is as open in their worship style as they are in the members of their congregation. All are welcome and all of us add to the beautiful quilt that is Shepherd of the Hills Church.
We are one of seven churches in the U.S. that have been formed as joint congregations of the United Church of Christ (UCC) and the Disciples of Christ (DOC) denominations.
We are small, but growing and we invite you to use the button below to find out more about us.
We believe in living and loving with compassion - in giving outside of our church body as well as sharing and supporting one another.
We participate in many programs designed to help the communities both near and far to the best of our
Find out more about what we do to share and support people in need bothin and outside of the congregation
We believe that our understanding, belief, and acceptance of God is a matter of our experience, individual interpretation and personal choice. We are willing to disagree with one another without giving up our love and compassion for each other.
We believe that being a Christian is defined by living according to Christian values, which, above all alse, teach love and respect and compassion for one another.
We believe that the Bible presents Christian history, myths, and poetry that help us to define Christian values.
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Resolved to Love...
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One Service Every Sunday
Starts at 9:30 am and ends at 10:45 am
30111 Niguel Road
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Spanish Speaking Service
Starts at 11:00 am
30111 Niguel Road
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
We're currently in the process of updating and improving our website. We welcome any input, feedback, suggestions, etc. Also, we're looking for pictures, event information, meeting information, items of interest, and blog postings. Yes, we have a blog! Follow the button to the blog and consider adding something to the discussion. The more the merrier!
Please e-mail all your suggestions and blog posts to
Nikki Rinderer (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thanks!
“Even as a tree has a single trunk, but many branches and leaves, there is one religion but any number of faiths.” - Mahatma Gandhi
"A New Approach To Living With Memory Loss"
We are a one of a kind program in Orange County, designed specifically for people dealing with early memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, early stages of Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease or other dementia related illnesses.
Friendship Club is a unique program for active people that incorporates exercise, brain games, music, art, tai chi, yoga, and fresh healthy food prepared on site.
The program meets at Temple Beth El in Aliso Viejo from 9:00am - 3:30pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday
For more information, see our Friendship Club Adult Day Care site, or contact Pam Jacobs at: email@example.com or at 949-272-0601
The Friendship club is a partnership between Shepherd of the Hills Church, Temple Beth El South Orange County and the Orange County Islamic Foundation of Mission Viejo.
On July 10, 2014, during the month of Ramadan, the Orange County Islamic Foundation in Mission Viejo invited our church, as well as our partners at Temple Beth El and members of the mosque for a lovely Ramadan dinner. Please go to "What We Do" for more information.
Movie Night - September's date TBD
September Potluck - date TBD - See Calendar for more information.
August 31 Service:
Check out our new "Bookshelf." New books are being added all the time.
Schedule for Recovery Meetings - see Recovery Ministries under "What We Do" tab
September's "Someone You Should Know" is our Pastor Emeritus, Wendell Pew.
Click here to get to know a little something about Wendell.
Looking for a place of service? Check out our volunteer opportunities page by clicking here or using the pull-down menu under the What We Do tab.
Want to keep up on Social Justice issues? We have a Social Justice page you can check out. Links are being added continually. If you have something you want to feature on this page, e-mail Nikki Rinderer (firstname.lastname@example.org).