Events at MPC

Holy Week

palms swiv flickr We welcome you to this week's services as we observe the action-packed and tumultuous days leading up to Jesus' crucifixion. On Palm Sunday, March 29th, the children lead us in a joyful procession waving palms and ribbons, as we remember the triumphant entry into Jerusalem. Read the Rest...

 

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Easter Festivities and Eco-Friendly Egg Hunt!

2015 postcard Looking for a place to celebrate Easter? Looking to bring a friend this year? MPC's Easter celebration is festive and fun for all ages, and we hope you will join us! Read the Rest...

 

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Plant Sale and Auction

Tomato plantWe are excitedly preparing for the Plant Sale and Auction (on April 18!), working to make this a great and successful event for MPC. Not only will this be a fun-filled event (and a fun team!), we will use our success at this event to help us discern the extent to which this could be an annual event that would help our budget each year. Read the Rest...

 

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Amy Kittelstrom Author Talk

The Religion of Democracy Book CoverSunday, April 19th at 11:30am, historian Amy Kittelstrom will be at MPC discussing her new book The Religion of Democracy: Seven Liberals and the American Moral Tradition. We hope you will join us for what is sure to be a fascinating talk. Read the Rest...

 

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Interfaith Art Exhibit: Call to Artists Now Available!

Photo from IAE exhibitThe theme of the exhibition, the third such partnership between MPC, Kehilla Synagogue, and the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California, is “We Are the Bridge”. The purpose is to discover how artists creatively envision themselves, their culture, faith, community, and art being a bridge from conflict to resolution and reconciliation. We are seeking artwork that expresses the theme and a commitment to interfaith understanding, coexistence, peace, and cultural dialogue. Artists from all faiths and cultures are invited to participate. Read the Rest...


The Latest Word

From our "MPC Family" Sermon Podcast:

Blessed Are The Greeks(March 22, 2015)

Rev. Ben discusses John 12:20-33, focusing on Jesus’ joy at meeting the “outsiders” of the day, and how it relates to our current attempts to be as inclusive as possible, for the greater glory of God.

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The Latest from the Pastoral weblog:

Postcard Instead of Social Media?(March 27, 2015)

Last week, for the first time ever, I un-friended someone on Facebook. Some of you who follow me on social media may know this guy—his name is David and he’s someone I knew in college. When we lived across the hall from one another during our freshmen year, we had an almost constant debate running. […] Read the Rest...


The Latest from the Family Living weblog (Talitha's Take):

The Presbyterian Church (USA)(March 27, 2015)

Are you proud to be a Presbyterian? Some of you on one hand probably don’t know or care what Presbyterian means, and on the other hand some of you probably are such loyal life-long Presbyterians that you’ve never had to ask that question. Well, I’m proud to be Presbyterian, especially in a time such as […] Read the Rest...