FCC Film Night Continues

Our FCC Film Night continues on July 25th at 7pm.  This month we will be viewing "A Place at the Table" which focuses on the issues of hunger and poverty in the United States of America.  Jeff Bridges, the founder of the End Hunger Network, had this to say about the issue of hunger among the nation's children, "If another nation was doing this to our children, we'd be at war."  This is a very important and powerful film and those who wish may stay afterwards for a brief discussion about it.  As always, admission is free and refreshments will be served.

Christmas Comes Early

Oh why, oh why, must Christmas come but once a year?  We believe that the Spirit of Christmas lives on 365 days a year.  The wonder and joy of God with us in the birth of Jesus Christ is something to celebrate all year long, not just in December.  In honor of that spirit, on Sunday, July 20th, we will be celebrating "Christmas in July."  Our worship team is hard at work planning this special service.  And of course, Christmas is a time for giving.  So, in the spirit of giving, it is important to always remember those in need.  While we celebrate the generosity of the Holidays, we must remember that the need to feed the hungry is with us all year long.  Each week we collect canned goods and other non-perishable food items to give to our friends at the Amador Street Hope Center to help feed those in need, and this week in particular we want to emphasize this important mission of our church.  So, come and celebrate Christmas in July.  It promises to be a very special and uplifting day.