There are many ways to get involved at Foothill, whether it is a desire to serve others in God's world, or to grow deeper in your own discipleship. We offer programs for all ages, and not just for the soul, but for the body as well! 

  • Genesis Small Group for Young Families

    Genesis - A group designed for families with young children. We meet on Thursday evenings to enjoy topical studies, fellowship and mutual support. Childcare is provided. For more information contact

  • Monthly Men's Lunch

    Men's fellowship time that meets at Noon on the first Thursday of the month at Brian's Restaurant in Rancho Shopping Center, Los Altos (Google Map)

    Contact Stan Ecklund ( for more information or to get email updates on Men's Lunch.

  • Adult Forum

    On Sunday Mornings at 930AM Pastor Hans-Erik leads a study of the scriptures.  Currently we are looking at the book of Genesis

  • Women's BIble Study

    A weekly Bible study open to all women interested in studying the Word of God in depth and supporting each other in prayer.

    The group meets at 9:45 AM on Wednesdays in the Fireside Room led by Marian Ecklund.

    Contact Marian Ecklund at for more information.

  • Missions

    From within our congregation we have sent people to serve Native Eskimo, Central and South American countries, unreached people groups within communist China, Hispanic college students, bar girls in Thailand, floating hospitals ships off the coast of Western Africa, Chad, island people off of Madagascar, and many other places. 

    Associates of our congregation serve island peoples of the Pacific, Students at DeAnza and Foothill Colleges, Theological Studies in Bulgaria, as well as local ministries for French Bible studies, Iranian Churches, and Armenian believers.

    Over the years our genuine and vital congregation has impacted a diverse span of humanity. Those with whom we have ministered include Iraqi, Japanese, Argentinean, mainland Chinese, African American, Brazilian, Israeli, multiple Europeans; Hindus, Buddhist, pagans, new agers, atheist and nominal Christians.

    We love to discover and experience God’s grace in each one!

Healthy Relationships

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Let's face it... being together isn't always easy.  We've learned that we are at our best when we covenant to honor each other, work through our difficulties, believe the best of each other, and communicate well.  It's a commitment we've made to each other, and we make it to you to.  No church is a perfect place, but we want to be a safe place, and a place where Christ is honored and the scriptures set the standard for our interactions.  

We think the Apostle Paul summed it up quite nicely:

But what happens when we live God’s way? He brings gifts into our lives, much the same way that fruit appears in an orchard—things like affection for others, exuberance about life, serenity. We develop a willingness to stick with things, a sense of compassion in the heart, and a conviction that a basic holiness permeates things and people. We find ourselves involved in loyal commitments, not needing to force our way in life, able to marshal and direct our energies wisely.
-- The Message: the Bible in contemporary language (Galatians 5:22–23).