SUN 10:00 AM– Adult Sunday School
SUN 11:00 AM– Meeting for Worship; download bulletin
SUN 1:15 PM- Called Meeting for Business
TUE 7:30 PM– Bible Study
Breathe new life into our lives; Breathe new life into our homes; Breathe new life into our neighborhoods; Breathe new life into our relationships; Breathe new life into our church. We, like Ezekiel, trust in your power to breathe new life into our dry bones and dead situations. We stand waiting for your life-giving spirit to fall upon us so that we might be revived, restored, and renewed; so that we might live resurrected lives with newness and vitality in new and transformative ways.
Bible Study starts 7:30 PM on Tuesdays via Zoom. Bible Study is currently reading Jesus, Christ and Servant of God: Meditations on the Gospel According to John by David Johnson. You do not need to have read or have a copy of the book available as we read a section and then discuss.
Living Into the Promise, an online program, will be led by Julie Peyton and Marge Abbott and hosted by the Ben Lomond Quaker Center, September 4–6. During this weekend together, we will each have opportunity to explore the fears that bind us and the possibility (or reality) of a power that raises up the good in each of us. Click here for more information.
Sunday September 6, Whittier First Friends will join BFC for Sunday morning worship.
Prayers of the People on Thursday September 17, 8 PM – A time of prayer for each other and our needs as a community. We will also learn a little about some techniques to help us focus our prayer time and those moments when we’re not sure how to talk to God.
All Ages and Stages Worship will be Saturday September 26 at 4:00 PM. Join us for an engaging, interactive worship in which we do some activities, pray, read the Bible, and have waiting worship. Designed for kids, families and those who just need to be moving.
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 information see the Census website.