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News for Aug 30, 2022

This Sunday: In-person service

Join us in person this Sunday at 10 am. The Men's Group will be running worship (as many in the congregation will be away at our women's retreat). John Latham will preach.

This week, there is no Zoom option available. We hope to see you in person at the retreat or at worship!

Recent sermons

Check out our YouTube page to see recent sermons. Go to our archive of slides to see bulletins and slides used during recent services.

Try our new volunteer signup tool

We need several volunteers for every in-person service: a reader, a greeter, a coffee hour host, and someone to set up the altar. We're testing an online scheduler (to replace our old system, a clipboard that we passed around in person.) Please click here to volunteer for an upcoming service — or just to see how the online tool works!

Memorial for Jan Lamphier: Sep 10

All are invited to join with friends and family to celebrate the life of Jan Lamphier, on Sat, Sep 10 at 1:30 pm. (The choir will meet at noon to rehearse.) If you can help with chairs and set-up, please join Diane and Susan at the church on Fri, Sep 9 at 10 am.

Meditation in the redwoods

Join the Meditation Group on Wed, Sep 7 at 8:30 am in the parking lot at Purisima Creek Redwoods Preserve. (Take Highway 92 south from Half Moon Bay and turn left on Verde, which becomes Purisima Creek Road. Follow to the end.) We’ll take a short walk into the redwoods to our meditation spot, and reconvene afterwards for brunch in HMB. For more info, contact Jim Garrison.

Upcoming events • Taizé service: Fri, Sep 9 (7:30 pm)

Join us in person or on Zoom

• Worship & Arts: Sun, Sep 11 (after church)

Join us in-person to plan upcoming services.

• Weds discussion group: Sep 14 (7 pm), Zoom

Continuing with the Gospel of Thomas

• Book group: Sun, Sep 25 (7 pm), Zoom

Beginning discussion of “Autobiography of a Yogi

Resources and links

Memories,” sung by One Voice Children’s Choir

Why Pastors Are Burning Out” (from the New York Times)

The Hillbilly Thomists: Dominican brothers singing about the Americana ties that bind

O Nata Lux,” written by Morton Lauridsen

Quote of the week

“for whatever we lose (like a you or a me)

it’s always ourselves we find in the sea”

—e e cummings

Weekly events

• Women's group: Mondays at 1 pm

Usually on Zoom; third Mondays at church

• Meditation group: Wednesdays at 7:30 am

In person at the church building

• Sunday worship: 10 am

In person or on Zoom — see the newsletter or this site for updates

Image: Members of the Men's Group


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