Home of Christ In Cupertino 10340 Bubb Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Home of Christ In Cupertino offers services in English and Korean. First service on Sundays is at 9:00am and the second…More service is at 11:00am. In addition, there are various groups that meet on different days. The Youth, for junior high and high school students, meets every Saturday night. Lighthouse, for young couples, meets every Friday night and True Vine, for women, meet on first Saturday nights. For detailed information on programs, please call the church.
A-1 Realty / Gold House Mortgage 20370 Town Center Ln, Cupertino, CA95014 The realtors in these two businesses have partnered in order to provide complete real estate assistance to all who would…More like to buy or sell a home. As members of the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors, they are familiar with the local market and ready to meet the specific needs of their customers.
In business since 1972 as Electronic Realty Associated, ERA Real Estate has one of the leading residential franchise…More brokerage networks. The company is about giving professional guidance to customers through each step of the transaction and fulfilling the dream of homeownership. Customers here benefit from a variety of programs and services designed to meet the demands and needs of people. </p>
Kanen Tours 10052 Pasadena Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 Kanen Tours offers motor coach tours designed to provide safe, fun, affordable travel opportunities for groups. Its…More highly professional staff works diligently to offer superior services. The firm also develops unique itineraries specifically to meet your needs. Call to make an appointment to plan your trip for a successful group getaway.
Hillview Bible Chapel 1160 S Stelling Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Hillview Bible Chapel located on South Stelling Road in Cupertino is committed to “the worship of God, to the…More building up of Christians for life and service and to the worldwide proclamation of the Gospel of Christ.” The church community members at Hillview meet every week to collectively worship God by remembering the Lord in the breaking of bread. The church offers Sunday school, training classes and preaching service all aimed at teachings of the Bible. All who consider Jesus Christ as their Savior are welcome to the weekly communion service.
St. Jude The Apostle Episcopal Church 20920 McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 St. Jude The Apostle Episcopal Church is a medium-sized church within the Episcopal Tradition, which means the liturgy…More maintains the sacramental mystery of the early Church while the preaching is based on the Biblical witness. The concerns of people in Santa Clara County as well as people who desire to move towards wholeness are addressed in the sermons written. If you seek God and a community where you could discuss the issues of your spiritual journey this could be the place you are searching. You can also meet the clergy if you let them know about your presence at the church.
The Cupertino Senior Center is an ideal place for active adults of 50 years and older to meet friends and get…More involved in an array of activities. The center features many activities that enrich your social life such as themed luncheons, golf & tennis socials, card playing, monthly birthday luncheons, bingo and many other special events.</p>
<p>Computer classes at the introductory and intermediate levels are held in the technology lab, where eight PCs and eight Apple computers are available for use. An annual membership obtained through an easy application process gives seniors access to the facility, the opportunity to go on trips, attend socials, take classes and receive help with social services. </p>
<p>Free Wi-Fi is now available at the center.</p>
McClellan Ranch Park 22221 McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Situated on the former ranch established in 1878 by William and Eveline McClellan, McClellan Ranch Park is a rural…More nature preserve meant to serve as habitat for deer, bobcats, coyotes, steelhead trout and over 100 species of birds. The ranch house dates back to the 1930s, when the property was a horse ranch, and is presently used by the Cupertino Parks and Recreation Department and a few non-profit environmental groups. At the park's Nature Museum you can meet several animals and learn about them with the help of resident volunteers; this program is especially useful for local schoolchildren. The park also houses a community garden, and other ranch buildings including a milk barn, a livestock barn, and a replica of Baer's Blacksmith Shop,which was originally located at De Anza and Stevens Creek boulevards.