Hidden House Coffee
511 E Santa Ana Blvd,
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Sundays, 9 & 11a
Our weekend experience is an opportunity for all to worship and learn God’s word together as we grow in community. These experiences are central to who we are and a great first step to get connected to life at Mariners. Our Neighborhood Gatherings last for about an hour as we gather for worship, listen to a message from God’s Word, pray and respond to God’s Spirit. Stick around after service to connect in the community.
We meet at Hidden House Coffee on their beautiful back patio. As you approach the coffee shop on Santa Ana Blvd, follow the Mariners Church signs to the parking lot or feel free to park along the street. As you come in for service enter through the front door, and don’t forget to grab your free cup of coffee from the baristas.
We love families at Mariners in the Neighborhood Santa Ana! We have a dedicated Family Worship area, along with activities to keep the kids engaged as you enjoy the service. Check in with any of our greeters and they will provide you with the kids packet and help direct you to the Family Worship area.
We are excited for you to get involved at Mariners in the Neighborhood Santa! Join a group or be a part of our Sunday team as we serve each other and our community. Fill out our connect card and we’ll be in touch with more information.
Meet The Team
Gloria Bashara has served on staff at Mariners for over 5 years and is currently the Director of Lighthouse Community Centers ministry. It was through Rooted at Mariners that she first discovered her passion for ministry, community, and bridge-building. Gloria is excited to be a part of this community along with her husband, Ryan, and their 2-year-old son Alexander.
Guillermo Gonzalez is the Neighborhood Director at Santa Ana. He was born and raised in Mexico and immigrated to the U.S.A as a junior in High School. With a background in technology and a passion for the Church, he understands the importance of working in the intersection of the practical and spiritual aspects of ministry. Guillermo lives in Santa Ana with his wife Nidia, and two children – Samuel (3), Nia (1). As a self-proclaimed chef, he enjoys cooking in his free time, as well as browsing books to add to his collection, and spending outdoor time with his family.