A special community-based fundraiser will be held in our Fellowship Hall Sunday evening, September 15, beginning at 6:30 pm. A dinner and performance is being organized by the Imperial Dove Court, a philanthropic LGBT organization that specializes in raising funds for persons/ households caught in trying financial circumstances. Cost is $10 per person. Funds raised will help defray expenses which Anthony Cervantes has incurred for mortuary and cemetery costs in the death of husband, Adam Cervantes.
If interested in helping, you may also go to Give Forward
Wednesday, September 18, Sacred Pursuits resumes at 6:00 pm in the Parlor. The first three week module will be Extravagant Hospitality, both a biblical study and an interactive dialog on this fundamental expression of sacred Christian practice. Participants are asked to bring a bible to the sessions.
Chick Flicks will not be held on the Sunday, Sept 1, on Labor Day weekend. Have a safe and fun holiday!
Tucker Russell has been approved by Section of the Committee on Ministry, Northern CA NV Conference-UCC, to continue his path toward ordination in the United Church of Christ. A formal Ecclesiastical Council (EC) has been called by the Sequoia Association, for Sunday afternoon, August 25, at 4:00 PM in Minturn Chapel. In the UCC, an Ecclesiastical Council draws clergy and lay persons from churches of an Association to make a determination as to a candidate’s readiness for ordination in the United Church of Christ.
To understand the process click here: The format of the EC is
This is an open invitation to all and anyone of our church and of churches from the Sequoia Association to be part of this UCC process, as this is a most significant part of Tucker’s commitment to ministry in the UCC.
Set in the near future, it focuses on Frank, an aging jewel thief played by Frank Langella, whose son buys him a domestic robot.
Ride sharing from the church is available, contact Mary at 233-6076.
Works by Frescobaldi, Rossini/Liszt, Holst, and the American premiere of Chaconne Piangendo by Virginia Tech composer, James Sochinski will be played with free admission and free will offerings accepted.