Sunday, November 6, 5 pm: “A Cry for Justice In Hymnody,” an evening featuring the hymns of Dan Damon. This is a congregational song experience for all ages. Much of Pastor Dan’s writing focuses on social justice issues. This should be a wonderful sound experience with multiple voices raised in the call for justice. Come and participate! Berkeley Chinese Community Church, 2117 Acton Street, Berkeley (Free Parking). Freewill offering. Please see the flyer.
Sunday, October 30, Staff-Parish Committee meeting after church.
GRIP (Greater Richmond Interfaith Program) 30th Annual Harmony Walk/Run to end hunger and homelessness, Saturday, October 29, 8-11 am, Nicholl Macdonald Ave. and 31st St. You must register to walk or run, adults $30 -40, youth $25-30. Games, Prizes, vendors. Come and support GRIP. For further information: gripcommunity.org. This is a fundraiser for GRIP.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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.