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South Shores Church has recently moved from the Dana Point campus to begin phase one of the master plan construction project.

Temporarily, services will be held to the San Juan Campus, located at Capistrano Valley Christian School.

In 2015, the City Council approved the coastal development conditional use and site development permits for the project, which was first proposed in 2009.

The church is beginning phase one which includes work on the Ministry Center, the Spiritual Development Building one and extending the parking area over the space of the existing buildings being replaced.

When completed, the Dana Point campus will have nearly 72,000 square feet of ministry space and 364 parking space.

Pastor of Communications Derick Zeulner said they are planning to be back in Dana Point in less than 100 Sundays but they hope to make a positive and lasting impact on the San Juan Capistrano community.

For more information about the church or the construction, visit

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