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Big God Ministries
180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA 94941

Big God Ministries is a nondenominational Christian congregation that holds a weekly Sunday service at 10am at theMore Mill Valley Community Center. The congregation believes in helping people through prayer, personal visits, food vouchers, encouragement and counseling.

Big God Ministries is known throughout Marin for its annual Thanksgiving Day turkey giveaway to people in need in Marin City and the Canal in San Rafael. In 2009 Big God Ministries gave out 1,000 turkeys and free Bibles, and it hopes to give out 5,000 turkeys and more Bibles in 2010.

Likewise, the congregation holds an annual toy drive in December, giving out new toys to children of all ages in those same communities. In 2009 they gave out more than 1,000 toys and hope to give out 5,000 toys in 2010.

Big God Ministries conducts church services every Sunday morning at 10 am in the Terrace Room of the Mill Valley Community Center (180 Camino Alto), including Sunday School for children. It also gathers on Wednesday at 6:30pm for Bible Study at the Tam Valley Starbucks (247 Shoreline Hwy).

Coyote Coffee
215 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA 94941

The Coyote Coffee kiosk is set up in the space next to TJ’s Gym along Shoreline Hwy. at the end ofMore the new bike-pedestrian bridge that spans Coyote Creek near Tennessee Valley Road. It is open weekdays from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. and weekends from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Owner Greg Batlin formerly ran the General Java kiosk outside San Francisco General Hospital for nearly 20 years. 

The kiosk serves up coffee and espresso fromThanksgiving Coffee Company in Fort Bragg, Naked Juices, pastries and baked goods from Beth’s Community Kitchen in downtown Mill Valley and California Smart Foods and breakfast burritos from Sonoma Muffin Works. Batlin and partner Leslie Luyken say they are open to suggestions for new products to carry.

Visit the kiosk's Facebook page for more info.