John Stott Ministries 1050 Chestnut St, Menlo Park, CA94025 John Stott Ministries supports religious scholars' educational endeavors with moral support and financial assistance.…More This office is the headquarters of the organization, which primarily funds Ph.D. students who major in religious studies for the purpose of developing ministries in other countries. Donations are accepted via website and in person.
Elizabeth Schwartz, CS 980 Altschul Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 Elizabeth Schwartz offers religious counseling services in Menlo Park, California. For more information please call the…More number provided.
It answers to the Archbishop of San Francisco and adheres to sulpician tradition.
It is a graduate institution, which requires a bachelors degree of its applicants, as well as a concentration of classes in religious studies.
On campus housing is an option for St. Patricks students. Most of its students will work in the Western hemisphere upon graduation.
Menalto Avenue Baptist Church 1911 Menalto Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 This intimate religious space is home to the Menalto Avenue Baptist Church and the Pure Gospel Church of God In Christ.…More Their musical ensemble is renowned in the neighborhood for its ability to lift people's spirits. Churchgoers are more than welcome to attend one service and stay for the next.
Overaa Construction 2575 Sand Hill Rd, Menlo Park, CA94025 Overaa Construction is a family owned and operated contracting firm with locations throughout Northern California and a…More facility local to Menlo Park. The business specializes in the construction of industrial and institutional projects with experience building parking garages, transportation hubs, healthcare facilities, water processing plants, technology labs, cultural and religious buildings and multi-unit residential buildings.
Macedonia Baptist Church 1110 Berkeley Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 This small and intimate religious institution allows church-goers to get one-on-one time with the pastor and their…More fellow parishioners. The sermons often contemplate how scriptures from the bible can enlighten people on how to handle current predicaments. It is suggested that parishioners bring their own bible.
Nawas International Travel 1100 Alma St, Menlo Park, CA94025 Since 1949, Nawas International Travel has been offering group tour travel for Christian Protestant and Catholic groups.…More The faith-based tourism company has guided Catholic pilgrims and Protestant tourists through the experience of visiting such major religious sites as the Vatican and Ireland's Knock Shrine, as well as the Holy Shroud of Turin.
Cummings Park Christian Methodist Episcopal Church 531 Pierce Rd, Menlo Park, CA94025 The Cummings Park Christian Methodist Church has an active congregation and offers religious education programs such as…More Sunday school and youth groups. It shares a location with a Spanish speaking church called Iglesia Puerta del Cielo Asambleas de Dios, which is led by Rev. Ulises Soriano Sanchez. Services in Spanish are on Sunday at 1:45, and Thursday and Friday at 7pm.
Catholic Telemedia Network-Bay Area 324 Middlefield Rd, Menlo Park, CA94025 Catholic Telemedia Network in the Bay Area is a nonprofit organization created to help teachers in Catholic schools…More achieve religious teaching through technology. Offering a variety of quality, faith-based, online resources for students in the K-8 levels, including Catholic Webquests, Interactive Games, Mass Plans, Writing Prompts, and Bible Stories, CTN-BA is dedicated to providing for all students a cultivation of faith and Catholic identity by encouraging the integration of technology into the classroom. Other resources include a Catholic calendar, Catechist resources, and Catholic Picture Dictionary, resources for education in social justice, and a monthly online newsletter.
The traditions of the St. Denis parish began 154 years ago, founded by a young Irish immigrant named Dennis Martin.…More His was one of the first wagon trains across the Sierras. A laborer in the lumber industry, Martin became a wealthy man shipping lumber to San Francisco. A dedicated Catholic, Martin wanted to build a church for there wasn't one between Santa Clara and San Francisco. So it became the first church of its kind in San Mateo County serving about 50 families from the surrounding areas. The old church was eventually torn down and the cemetery neglected. Stanford acquired the land and put up a plaque along with the San Mateo Historical Foundation and Church of The Nativity to honor the church and named it St. Denis. St. Denis is a Christian martyr and saint that was Bishop of Paris and martyred in 250 A.D.
The new St. Denis Parish was established 49 years ago and the current site was dedicated in 1963. The church continues to have an important role in its surrounding community, continuing on the tradition of its founder Dennis Martin. In 1995, there was a merger between St. Denis Parish and Our Lady of the Wayside Parish. In the late 90s their growth inspired them to expand their religious education facilities and raised about one million dollars to build a multi-use Parish Center.