Community Lutheran Church and Preschool - Escondido Campus

Office and Worship Location:

3575 East Valley Parkway
Escondido, CA 92027
Church Office Phone: 760-739-1650
Church Office Fax: 760-739-8655
Church Office E-mail: 
Preschool Office Phone: 760-739-8649

Sunday Worship at 8:00 & 10:30 AM

Sunday School and Bible Study: 9:15 AM


Community Lutheran Church - San Marcos Campus

Worship Location:

San Marcos Community Center
3 Civic Center Drive
San Marcos, CA 92069
Office Phone: 760-739-1650
Office Email: 

Sunday Worship at 9:30 AM & 6:00 PM

Sunday School and Bible Study: 10:45 AM

Our Escondido church office is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM.  You will be welcomed with a warm greeting when you call and a smile when you come visit.  To schedule an appointment with a pastor or any of our staff members, please call our office.


Staff Contact

  • Rev. Bob Hiller, Senior Pastor:
  • Rev. Matthew Knauss, Associate Pastor:
  • Rachel Bahn Director of Christian Education, Intern:
  • Deacon Dayton Dangel:
  • Catherine Richter, Administrative Assistant:
  • Lori Haskell, Preschool Director:
  • Debbie Lundberg, Secretary:
  • Katy Sensmeier, Marriage and Family Therapist, MFC #49789:

Community Lutheran Church - Escondido


3575 East Valley Parkway
Escondido, CA 92027

Entrance from Lake Wohlford Road

Senior Pastor

Pastor Bob Hiller

Sunday Services

Worship - Sundays 8:00 & 10:30 am
Bible Study/Sunday School  - Sundays 9:15 am

Sunday Sermons

Community Lutheran Church - San Marcos


340 Rancheros Drive Suite 160
San Marcos, CA 92069


Pastor Matthew Knauss

Sunday Services

Worship - Sundays 9:30 am and 6:00 pm
Bible Study - Sundays 10:45 am

Sunday Sermons




  • Two Church Campuses, One Mission:
  • Escondido
  • San Marcos

Community Blog

Bed Nets, Malaria Treatment, and Medical Equipment: The Results of our LMI Garage Sale

Posted by Dan Huhn on

Garage Sale Lutheran Malaria Initiative 2013 StuffI feel so blessed to have been involved with the garage sale. I had so many worries! I would do a poor job presenting the Lutheran Malaria Initiative and nobody would care about it, we wouldn’t get enough stuff to sell, we wouldn’t have enough volunteers, we would have too much stuff, we wouldn’t get any customers, we wouldn’t be able to get rid of all the leftovers…..Finally I just had to give it over to God. That, of course, was the right thing to do and He answered all my prayers and it turned out great. My goal was to raise $2,000 and we raised over $7,000!

With how efficiently the Lutheran Malaria Initiative utilizes donations, CLC has done a lot of good.

  • $1 will provide treatment for one sick child
  • $10 will provide one family with a treated bed net
  • $50 will cover the cost of a radio malaria prevention message
  • $100 will help train a healthcare worker
  • $1000 will provide microscopes and other medical equipment to a rural clinic

Our congregation is so great. Everyone who came out to work was enthusiastic, fun, and worked hard. There was a lot of work, but it was fun work. Everyone was tired but it was a good tired. I can’t mention everyone who helped because there were so many but I need to single out a few. Graham Grainger made many, many trips in his truck to pick up big heavy items. Bob & Jackie Stanley, Kristen Beyer, Jackie Huhn, and Juan Hernandez worked for hours and hours. The 50+ lunch group was very welcoming and generous with donations for LMI and many stayed to help organize and set up. The donations of money and garage sale items were generous beyond my wildest hopes.

Garage Sale Lutheran Malaria Initiative 2013 ShoppingWe had hundreds of customers, most of them not from our congregation. We were able to help some who were in need and one lady who was shopping for furniture and house-wares for military families. We told everyone who came about the malaria initiative and gave them an informational pamphlet. We even sold some tickets to Oklahoma.  Some of our customers told me we had very nice people at our church and said they might come back to worship with us.

We did have left over sale items but they went to good causes: to help a church in Valley Center with their youth group fundraiser, a Valley Center garage sale to raise money for their 8th grade trip, and some books went to an Indian reservation for a senior citizen book sale. Amazingly we were able to clear out the ministries building and put away all the tables in one hour.  The power of the Spirit augmented by doughnuts is an awesome thing!

Tags: lutheran malaria initiative, bed nets, treatments, garage sale, fundraiser



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