First Christian Church
Disciples of Christ

...an open and affirming congregation
Programs at the FCC
Our community provides
FCC/DOC Programming
Friday's 3:30pm        Youth Programming
The Santa Cruz County Youth Violence Prevention Task Force
is a county wide multi-disciplinary collaborative working to
collectively prevent youth violence, promote youth and family
success, and create safe and thriving neighborhoods

Link to program website -
www.sccyvpt.org
The mission of Starlings Volleyball is to provide girls from
diverse backgrounds the opportunity to train and compete in
the sport of volleyball at a fun and competitive level.  The club
season runs from November to June for girls 13-18 years old.

Link to
Watsonville Starlings Volleyball website
November - June      Watsonville Starlings Volleyball Club   
STARkids volleyball is a program designed to introduce the
sport of volleyball to young athletes 12 and under.  The program
will support all levels of 12 and under from just beginning to
advanced.  Programs run during the Spring, Summer and Fall.

Link to Starlings
STARkids website
Saturdays 1230-230pm   STARkids Volleyball Summer Program  June 25 - August 20   
The long-term goal of the Pajaro Valley Pride program is to help
transform the city of Watsonville and the south county area into a
community that accepts and celebrates all forms of diversity. We
want our work and movement to make an otherwise conservative
south county a safe place for the LGBTQ+ community to be seen
without stigma or prejudice.

Link to
Pajaro Valley Pride website or find them on Facebook
Check website for      Parajo Valley Pride
   program info                        
A special thanks to all the
community partners that
make the Watsonville
FCC/DOC a very unique
ministry.   The partners of
the FCC include:

Watsonville Starlings Volleyball
Rico Dominguez

Unchained
Melissa Wolf

Youth Violence Prevention
Sarah Emmert

Diversity Center
Alex Sanchez

PFLAG
Neal Savage

Santo Nino de la Paz
Fr. Mirsha Sharon

Al-Anon
Clara Munoz

Pajaro Valley Prevention
Erica Chavez