Christian Church serving Rancho Bernardo

Christian Church serving Rancho Bernardo

Gathering Place Church is a Christian Church Serving Rancho Bernardo. We hear reports all the time  about people looking for non denominational churches in San Diego. People are looking for a place to connect with God and learn more about His love. They don’t want to hear about an angry God who only cares about their behavior and their failings. They have a longing to know God but don’t want to be burdened by a whole list of do’s and don’ts. They instinctively know there is something more for them and their families.

The Gathering Place Church is a perfect place to come and learn of God’s love. To experience His love through:  music and singing, the teaching from the Bible, the fellowship before and after and throughout the week in the weekly connect groups. It has a true non denominational feel throughout all the activities because the leaders are all from a variety of different church backgrounds and traditions. It is a great blend.

San Diego is place where people move to from all over the world. There is one neighborhood in Rancho Penasquitos where over 45 languages are spoken. That is amazing. Poway, Escondido, Rancho Bernardo and Scripps Ranch all border Rancho Penasquitos Rancho Bernardo

We are pleased to serve Rancho Bernardo residents.

Rancho Bernardo is the northernmost residential community within the City of San Diego. Rancho Bernardo is centered on Interstate 15 just south of Lake Hodges and the San Pasqual Valley. The community planning area encompasses approximately 6,511 acres. Rancho Bernardo is a master planned community that includes private parks and clubs for each neighborhood in the community.

In 1962, the San Diego City Council adopted the original Community of Rancho Bernardo. Since then, the Plan has undergone revisions in 1966, 1971, 1978 and 1988. The two early revisions were made based upon findings of coordinated public agency and community developer planning studies. In 1978, the format of the plan was changed from development to community plan.