The Saint Francis Solano Church is located at the intersection of West Napa and 3rd Street, on a large property with…More a lawn. It is the only Catholic Church in Sonoma City, and also runs St Francis Solano School, a Catholic elementary and middle school. The pastor is Father Michael Kelly, and there is also a Spanish-speaking vicar.
St. Francis Solano offers frequent masses and services, and presides over marriages, baptisms and funerals.
Located in a grassy lot on West Napa street, St Francis Solano School is a K-8, fully accredited school associated…More with St Francis Solano Church. It is the only certified Catholic school in Sonoma. The school educates its pupils under a philosophy of spiritual growth coupled with intellectual learning. The main building was rebuilt in 1996 with modern amenities including LCD projector screens and computer teaching facilities.
The students travel frequently through the school's extensive field trip program. Families are required to serve 32 hours per week in the Church Mouse Thift store, run by the school, in order to keep tuition down.
Church Mouse Thrift Shops 10 Boyes Blvd, Sonoma, CA95476 Church Mouse is a thrift store offering vintage and antique collectibles as well as designer labels for men, women…More and children. The store also has a religious section filled with rosaries, Christian-based artifacts and books. All proceeds benefit the St. Francis Solano Thrift Program.
Church Mouse Thrift Shops 18068 Highway 12, Sonoma, CA95476 Church Mouse offers vintage and antique collectibles as well as designer lables for men, women and children. The store…More also boasts a religious section filled with rosaries, Christian-based artifacts and books. All proceeds benefit the St. Francis Solano Thrift Program.
Church Mouse Thrift 15 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Church Mouse Thrift Store, a volunteer project that supports St. Francis School education, is filled with just about…More anything a person could want in a thrift store. It is clean, well lit and though filled to the brim, it doesn't feel overcrowded or too stuffed or stuffy. It has clothes, shoes, china, pottery, household necessities and novelties, glassware, baskets, quilts, blankets, lamps, books, videos, gift bags and gift wrapping supplies, games, pictures, frames, toys, hats, jewelry and jewelry boxes, clocks, vases, candles, candlesticks, and really so much more.