This Sunday September 13, 2020

SUN 10:00 AM– Adult Sunday School

SUN 11:00 AM– Meeting for Worship; download bulletin

TUE 7:30 PM– Bible Study

THU 8:00 PM– Prayers of the People

We come to church hungry! We are hungry for comfort, hungry for love, hungry for a new way of living, hungry for God’s word. We are eager to taste God’s goodness in community, with our brothers and sisters. Bless us as we feast on the Bread of Life.

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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.

Prayers of the People on Thursday September 17, 8:00 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.

FWCC Southwest Region online regional gathering will be September 19 at 3:00-5:00 PM. This is a chance for people in the Western Association to learn more about FWCC and make connections with Friends from other Yearly Meetings in the region. Information and the registration link are on the FWCC website. Emelyn Buskirk ( is the Southwest regional coordinator and would be
happy to answer any questions.

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.

World Quaker Day is Sunday October 4. Celebrate this year by worshiping with Whittier First Friends and West Richmond Friends Church at 11:00 AM. Getry Agizah, Peace Team staffer from the FUM Africa office, will be preaching.

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.