SUN 10:00 AM– Adult Sunday School
SUN 11:00 AM– Meeting for Worship; order of worship including song lyrics
SUN 1:15 PM- Be sure to click here for important, recently updated information on how to join our VIRTUAL Origami Crane Folding for Solidarity. Click this link if you wish to download a PDF of this information.
TUE 7:15 PM– Bible Study
THU 8:00 PM– Maundy Thursday Service
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Hosanna! Hosanna! Hosanna in the highest heaven! Blessed is the One who comes in the Name of the Lord! Blessed is the One who comes with healing and compassion. Blessed is the One who comes with forgiveness and mercy. Lord, rest your hand of healing on our hearts. Gracious Jesus, let us walk with you.
April 5, 10:00 – 10:45 PM- Adult Sunday School will resume meeting on Zoom before Meeting for Worship.
April 5, 1:15 – 3:00 PM – Origami Crane folding, for Tsuru (“cranes”) for Solidarity – a June march in Washington DC organized by the Japanese-American Community to close the immigration camps. “Fold In” will now be from your home. Ask Tomi for questions.
Maundy Thursday – April 9, 8:00 PM on Zoom. Join us for a simple service to remember Jesus’ betrayal, arrest and crucifixion. We will be reading scripture and then a brief period of waiting worship.
If you’re interested in exploring Berkeley Friends Church Membership, please see Peter Brewer or Louise Neal. You will learn some history of early Friends as well as current faith and practice. We will begin a new class Wednesday April 22, 2020 at 8:00 PM. The class will run 4 weeks.
Happy Hour – Friday, April 24 and May 8 from 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Join us on the BFC Zoom for a time of hanging out, checking in and enjoying human interaction.
Census 2020: Don’t forget to respond to your notice either online, by phone or by paper form after April 8th. The census will only ask 9 questions and by law cannot be shared with anyone including ICE, the police, or other government agencies. An undercount will have a huge effect on our area. For example, if we have an undercount of 6% in Alameda County, the county will lose $1 billion over 10 years. For more info see www.acgov.org/Census2020