Shalom Church small groups are offered to serve as way for Shalom Family Members to connect with one another. They have the opportunity to fellowship and encourage one another in spiritual growth.

Age Groups

Shalom Church "Age Group" schedule outings for specific age groups to fellowship and have fun.  It is an excellent chance to get to know more Shalom Family members

Family Matters

Support group for people who are returning home from incarceration their families. Comprehensive classes will be offered to assist with some of the challenges that they may face while putting their lives back together. All are welcomed to participate. Meetings are held every 2nd Saturday 12:00p at our Berkeley Campus.


Our Sarcoidosis Support Ministry will be a place for people to give and receive both emotional and practical support as well as exchange information. People with this chronic and disabling health condition, as well as their friends and families, will find this support ministry to be a valuable resource. Sessions will be planned to discuss matters such as medication, side effects and more. Sessions will provide emotional confirmation to those affected that their feelings are "normal," educated others, and/or just let off steam. Those suffering with similar autoimmune diseases will be welcomed. Lupus, Rheumotoid Arthritis, ALS (Lou Gehrig's), etc.

Shalom Book Club

Shalom’s Book Club meetings encourage the exchange of ideas on a variety of literary subject  matters.  The Club welcomes all levels of readers who not only desire intellectual stimulation but cultural understanding as well. Click here for the current reading.

 Meetings are held every third Monday of each month at 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Lindbergh location.  (Day of week and meeting location are subject to change.)   Each meeting begins with a meal that is representative of the title selection and is followed by an one hour discussion. 


Testimony Time

Testimony Time gives practical guidance to persons who would like to share their testimonies. The ministry will focus on the structure of the testimony.

- First: Be brief (be selective and specific)

- Second: Be logical (follow a logical progression)

- Third: Be humble - glorifying God and not yourself

- Lastly: Time is of the essence


Let Toastmasters help you to become a better public orator!  Join us every 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays @ 10a-11:30a at the Lindbergh Campus.  

Young Ladies' Mentoring

Mentoring young ladies to help:

- Develop goals & identify steps to achieving their goals

- Build self esteem

- Build healthy relationships and identifying unhealthy relationships

- Stay healthy, physically, emotionally, and spiritually

- Stress the importance of higher education