Through our 111 year history, there have been many interesting people who have worshipped here.  During the mid-1930’s, famed aviation pioneer T. Claude Ryan  was a member of our congregation.  His first production aircraft, the M-1 Mailplane, provided the design basis for Lindbergh’s “Spirit of St. Louis.”  Ryan established the first year-round passenger service in the U.S., San Diego to Los Angeles, in 1925.  He went on to found several airlines and aviation factories.  He is honored in the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s “Hall of Fame.”  If you’d like to read more about T. Claude Ryan –