Saturday, October 29, Mad Hatter Tea. United Methodist Women are presenting this event where costumes are encouraged! Seatings at 11:30 am and 1 pm. Entertainment by Heather and Dan Damon! Contact Doreen Leighton for reservations: email@example.com or 510 307 5461. Mail checks to Doreen at 236 Castro St. Point Richmond, 94801. Typical English Tea food will be served. This should be a fun event for children and adults. $20 adults, $10 children. Please see flyer.
Friday, October 28, 7:30 pm, Point Richmond Jazz presents The Musical Art Quintet. This group is known for its unique mix of elements of chamber music with rhythms and sounds from influences all around the world. More info at prjazz.org. Tickets $18 on line; $25/door. First United Methodist Church, 201 Martina St., Point Richmond.
Sunday, October 16, Staff-Parish Relations Committee meeting after church.
Sunday, October 16, 5:30 pm. Come and meet Marilyn Chan, missionary in Cambodia. She was born in Cambodia and as a young adult she and her family escaped the Khmer Rouge. After living and working in the jungle for 4 years, she and her husband escaped to Thailand and eventually to the U.S. where she completed her education and returned to Cambodia as a missionary. She mainly works empowering women. Her story is fascinating. Bring finger foods for snacks and give her your support by your presence.
Friday, October 14, 7:30 pm, Point Richmond Acoustic starts their season with Bill and Kate Isles. Bill and Kate are singer/songwriters from Duluth, Michigan. They use a wide variety of styles from small-town family stories to zany comedy. Opening, Petaluma’s Bobby Jo Valentine, award winning singer/songwriter. More info at pointacoustic.org. Tickets $16/door, less expensive with season tickets. First United Methodist Church, 201 Martina St., Point Richmond.
Thursday, October 13, 7 pm, Administrative Board Meeting, in Friendship Hall. All interested in how we operate are welcome.
Sunday, October 9: Saffron Strand is making lunch.
Sunday, October 2, World Communion Sunday. This is a special offering Sunday where the donations go to provide higher education for national and international students who would not be able to afford these programs. Besides providing money for ministry studies, aide is given to social workers, nurses, community organizers, aspiring attorneys and more.
Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 4–7 p.m.
The Point San Pablo Yacht Club
700 W. Cutting Blvd. in Richmond
Located on the San Francisco Bay
Invite your friends and neighbors!
Get a head start on your Christmas shopping!
Live music, hors d’oeuvres and fun on the waterfront
Suggested donation $10.
Tax deductible donations needed: art, crafts, jewelry, pottery, photography
Contact: Diane Frary, firstname.lastname@example.org or Debbie Benko, email@example.com
Or bring your tax deductible donations on Sundays, Sept. 18th, before or after worship to:
Richmond First United Methodist Church
201 Martina St., Point Richmond
(corner of W. Richmond and Martina St.)
Sunday, September 25th Church Service, Thomas MacBurney, will be speaking about his experiences with the Philippine Solidarity Peace Force which works for justice for the Philippine people.