Our Lady of The Pillar Catholic Cemetery 1980 Miramontes Point Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Our Lady of The Pillar Catholic Cemetery has been nestled off of Main Street since 1921. The site is very lush with a…More view of the ocean where visitors can remember and reflect upon their loved ones. Alcohol, loitering and skateboarding are prohibited at all times.
Open since 2000, the Kelly Avenue Catholic Worker is a non-denominational organization providing housing and food for…More those in need. It is run out of a residential home that offers transitional housing for one family at a time.</p>
<p>Catholic Worker gives away produce donated by Portero Nuevo Farm and New Leaf Market on Tuesday mornings. Rice and beans are also available to take home. Diapers are sometimes available as well. Families are allowed one bag each.</p>
<p>The organization also co-sponsors a community breakfast on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Coastside Lutheran Evangelical Church. Anyone is welcome to attend the breakfast. Kelly Avenue Catholic Worker also maintains a community garden at Coastside Lutheran.</p>
<p>Because there are only two people on staff, the organization welcomes individual volunteers and donations to help support their programs. To keep up to date, request their newsletter, which is delivered by postal mail.</p>
Our Lady of The Pillar Church 400 Church St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Our Lady of The Pillar Church, located in downtown Half Moon Bay, provides services in English and Spanish for Half Moon…More Bay's Catholic community. While the services in Spanish are held only on the weekends, services in English take place seven days a week. In addition to its religious education, choir and youth programs, the church has a full calendar of groups and activities that can be accessed at its website. These groups include social services such as food distribution, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and a Baptism Education class.
Lead by energetic Pastor Dawn Tuthorn, the Coastside Lutheran Church was founded in 1983. Pastor Dawn emphasizes that…More everyone is welcome at the church. Members whose families have been attending for four generations worship alongside those who have recently moved to Half Moon Bay.</p>
<p>The church holds many programs throughout the year. Every Tuesday and Wednesday the church co-hosts a community breakfast where people from all backgrounds get to know each other better. Everyone is welcome. It also has a garden on site maintained by the Catholic Worker staff on Kelly Avenue.</p>
<p>Perhaps the church's most beautiful feature is behind it: a stone labyrinth adjacent to field of greens. The labyrinth is dedicated to Marilyn Bosshart, a woman who passed away in a motor vehicle accident along Devil's Slide in 2009.</p>