- Sun 10:00am Sunday School (children downstairs/adults Sanctuary)
- Sun 11:00am Worship
- Sun 12:15pm Fellowship Time
- Sun 1:00pm Choir
- Bible study will not be meeting until 7:15pm, January 8, 2018
Please gather with us!
— The Ministry and Counsel Committee
The Berkeley Neighborhood Food Project’s next Harvest Day is tomorrow, Saturday, December 8. If you would like to help at the Harvest Day tomorrow please contact Dharma Galang, Director.
Also tomorrow, Saturday, December 8 from 9:00am to 3:30pm, Christian Friends Conference will be meeting at Palo Alto Meeting, 957 Colorado Ave. in Palo Alto. The gathering will focus on Christ centered worship. There will be Bible reading in worship, silent waiting worship, fellowship over lunch and brief planning session. Lunch is brown bag (bring your own). Beverages and bagels will be provided in the morning. If you have questions please contact Bruce Folsom.
Choir will meet next Sunday, December 16, at 9:00am.
Our Christmas party this year will be on Tuesday, December 18 at 6:00pm in Fellowship Hall. We will have a dessert potluck, crafts, carol singing and a Christmas Bible reading.
Adults, come on December 23 and 30 for Christmas caroling! We start at 10:30am! Children’s Sunday School can meet as usual at 10:00am but adult class are suspended for the rest of the year and will resume in January.
SAVE THE DATE Quaker Heritage Day will be Saturday, February 23 from 9:00am to 3:30pm. Our speaker will be John Kershner, Ph.D. who will speak on The Prophetic Voice of John Woolman. For more information and registration pick up a flyer in the lobby.
The Berkeley Food Pantry has been chosen to be a recipient of Safeway’s Holiday Feed the Need Campaign, which will run until December 25. Safeway’s campaign will allow them to provide shelf-stable items, such as chicken breast, chicken noodle soup, corn, green beans, cereal, peanut butter, spaghetti, peaches, cheese ravioli, and pasta sauce, to the pantry free of charge. If you would like to help the Berkeley Food Pantry, please visit one of the Safeway Community Markets either at 1850 Solano Ave. or at 1550 Shattuck Ave. and purchase a hunger bag at the check-out stand for a suggested donation of $1, $5, or $10. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to speak to Dharma Galang, Director.