Note: Our actors are professional volunteers, each experience is catered to the fright level of the attendees, parents with children should feel encouraged to come knowing our staff will make sure your experience is enjoyable and professional.
The Presbyterian Church of Novato was incorporated on February 21, 1896. The original church sanctuary on the corner of DeLong and Sherman was dedicated later that year. In 1906 the bell, now just outside the present sanctuary, was hung in the steeple. A manse next door was built after the Rev. Christiansen was installed in 1918. These structures were purchased by the City of Novato in 1962 and the former church now serves as the City Hall.
Trevitt Hall was the first building constructed at the new Wilson Avenue site, and the first service was held there in 1963. Ground was broken for the sanctuary in 1977. One year later, the morning worship service began in Trevitt Hall. After the Call to Worship, the congregations proceeded to the new sanctuary, accompanied by the ringing of our bell brought from the original church building.
Officers of the church are our elders and deacons. Each year the congregation nominates and votes on members of the church who will serve in leadership position for a term of 3 years. As officers of the church, individuals are encouraged and invited to use their gifts in a leadership role, to help think, vision cast and run the programs we have as a church. Nominations for officers begin in the fall with an election in December.
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Kona Ice and their famous shaved ice truck will be dishing out a colorful line of delicious frozen water. Come and enjoy their famous flavors and enjoy the carnival and consider Kona Ice for your next fundraiser
This year the Novato will play host to several intergalactic travelers from the Star Wars sage. Meet stormtroopers and support the work of the 501st Legion. On top of being some great entertainment, this nonprofit works hard to support the Make-a-Wish Foundation and to provide much needed funds to terminally ill children and disease research.
Join the Novato Chamber at City Hall and around the Downtown area to meet your favorite Star Wars characters
Saturday, October 28, 2017
Do you have the cutest, cleverest, scariest, or most unique costume? Do you make the best super hero? Maybe you have the best family costume?
Enter to win the Costume Contests hosted by the Novato Youth Center at the Civic Green by the Haunted House at City Hall on Saturday, October 28.
The Novato Youth Center has proudly served the community of Novato for decades, touched countless children and proudly partners with the Novato Chamber to deliver resources and assistance to families of Novato.
CHECK BACK LATER FOR OFFICIAL COSTUME CONTEST CATEGORIES
In an effort to engage the community, the Chamber parters with local Boy Scout Troop 200 whose scouts run and organize the event's jump houses and slide. These scouts are not only measured by their badges, but by their professionalism. Thank you for supporting their works and good deeds.
DID YOU KNOW THAT BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA IS BEGINNING TO ENROLL BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS?
The Novato Chamber is proud to welcome Gilead House to Scream on the Green. A true community leader working to fight the effects of homelessness for some of the hardest hit residents--mothers and their children. Learn more and visit GH this year at the Carnival on Sherman Avenue!
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-all this and more with a staff that has dedicated 100 years of service to the good folks of Novato and the North Bay
Without the support of group like Bank of Marin, our event could not happen. Through their generous donation of time and bodies, we are able to pull off this truly Hometown event. Thank you Bank of Marin