The three buildings that make up the Stinson Beach Community Center — the firehouse (completed in 1949), the hall (completed in 1953) and the chapel (completed in 1962) — are an expression of community spirit that dates back to the 1930s.
The Stinson Beach Community Center provides, maintains, and improves facilities for charitable, social, civic, educational and recreational activities that promote the welfare and interests of Stinson Beach and the neighboring communities. The community center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Throughout the years, the SBCC Board of Directors has had the honor to govern the three buildings that are a part of the Stinson Beach Community Center, Inc.:
- The Hall
- Firehouse No. 1
- The Community Chapel
Each building is maintained by its respective boards and by the SBCC Board.
Today the SBCC Board is comprised of seven-designator organization, four officers, and nine members at-large.
SBCC Board of Directors
- Toby Bisson (President)
- Kiren Niederberger (Vice President)
- Shannon Rapp (Treasurer)
- Casen Splain (Secretary)
- Michael Bagley
- Patrick Brown
- Laurie Ellis
- Zoe Feher
- Annie Greene
- Kelsey Kirsch
- Barbara Mitchell
- Taylor Murphy
- Susie Nelsen
- Ginny Otis
- Grey Shepard
- Casen Splain
- Barbara Wechsberg
- Stinson Beach Volunteer Fire Fighter’s Association – Kenny Stevens
- Stinson Beach Historical Society – Catherine White
- Stinson Beach Community Chapel – Carol Gilman
- Stinson Beach Village Association – Annie Rand
Together we are committed to serving Stinson Beach and our neighboring communities by providing program services, including Sunday services, AA meetings, strength training classes, teen programs, community and county meetings, concerts and other community events which provide opportunities to gather and socialize. Please check the calendar on our homepage for dates and times.
Please visit our Give page for information on how to support the Stinson Beach Community Center.
Thank you for your support!
SBCC Executive Director