Ultreyas begin with fellowship at 2:00 (bring a goody to share), and worship/celebration at 2:30. They serve as an important part of our ministry by lifting each other up through praise and thanksgiving to God, and by helping us keep in touch with our extended Christian family. Ultreyas should never replace worship and responsibilities to your home church.
|January 17||St John's Lutheran Church||Delwyn Campbell||26410 Columbia St., Hemet, Ca 92544|
|January 30||Palabra de Dios||Tony Lopez||4421 E. 61st Street
Maywood, CA 90270
|February 14||Red Hill Lutheren||Joel Kelly||13200A Red Hill Ave
Tustin, Ca 92780
|March 5||First Lutheran Torrance||Bill Hurst||2900 w. Carson St. Torrance Ca 90503|
|April 14||Radiant Lutheran Church||Jeremy King||15155 Springdale St. Huntingon Beach, CA 92649|
|May 15||Trinity Lutheran Anaheim||Jim Elmore||4101 E. Nohl Ranch Rd, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807|
|June 12||Christ Lutheran Church||Bob Hamel||406 S. Citrus St, West Covina, CA 91791|
|August 14||Shephered of the Valley Lutheran Church||TBD||11650 Perris Blvd, Moreno Valley, CA 92557|
|October 9||Grace Lutheran Church||Chris Tweitmann||6931 Edinger Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92647|
Churches Needed – If your church would like to host an Ultreya in 2016, please contact Kedma Wenz, our Ultreya Coordinator using the form below. Ultreyas are an important part of our ministry, as they bring everyone together to hear how God is working in their lives. Please prayerfully consider if your church can help.
Attendance at recent Ultreyas has been declining. Please click here and take a moment complete a very brief survey and share your thoughts about this important part of our ministry. Participants are welcome to remain anonymous.