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Foothill Presbyterian Church

Caring for each other as God cares for us.
5301 McKee Road SanJose, CA 95127 Phone: 408.258.8133 Fax: 408.258.8267 Email: [email protected]
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The Peralta Consort

The Peralta Consort (www.thePeraltaConsort.com), Foothill’s resident early music chamber ensemble, was formed in 2006, and plays music primarily written before 1800 on modern and period instruments.  The group plays in worship service, and is open to intermediate to advanced level instrumentalists interested in chamber music.  We rehearse most every Saturday morning at 8:30 in the Foothill sanctuary.  All are welcome to attend any of our rehearsals.  Contact ensemble director Kraig Williams ([email protected]) for more information.


Community

Serving our neighbors

We support The Lord's Pantry, Front Door Ministry, and InnVision in San Jose, helping to address hunger and homelessness in our community by donating food, clothing, time, and money.

Foothill Fineries
The first and second Saturday of the month 10AM to 12PM in Room 9

The Foothill Fineries is a fiber arts group composed of crocheters and knitters that focuses
on fellowship, and charitable giving.  

The Fineries supports the Linus Project and donates money from boutique sales to local charitable organizations including women's shelters.  All are welcome to join. Donations are accepted.  Please contact the church office.

 


 

 



 


Jazzercise

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30AM to 10:30AM

Sandy Albanese, instructor