Events at MPC
Join us this Sunday, November 2nd, for Communion. Celebration will be at 10:00 am in the sanctuary. We celebrate the Lord's Supper as the "joyful feast of the people of God" ... Read the Rest...
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3 pm on Sunday, November 2nd will be the start of an afternoon of enchantment, temptation, and general treachery, that is, as long as you join us for Bewitched, a fundraising concert at MPC featuring music from a wide spectrum of musical genres. Patrice Kirkish and Anne Daniel will be sharing selections from the operas Carmen by Bizet, The Magic Flute by Mozart, Norma by Bellini, Jeanne d’Arc by Tchaikovsky, and Midsummer Night’s Dream by Britten. Read the Rest...
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From our "MPC Family" Sermon Podcast:
The Divinity of Ray Charles(October 26, 2014)
God is Love. Love is Blind. Ray Charles is Blind. Therefore Ray Charles is God.
On the occasion of Reformation Sunday Rev. Daniel talks about church history and what does and does not make sense and exhorts the church to speak up when something does not make sense and thus keep the Reformation alive and make the world a better place. Scripture: Matthew 22:34-46
The Latest from the Pastoral weblog:
Reformation(October 24, 2014)
Dear Friends, Because this coming Halloween will mark the 497th anniversary of the day Martin Luther posted a long list of complaints about the Roman Catholic to the door of his church in Wittenberg, Germany, in Celebration on Sunday October 26th, we will be observing Reformation Sunday. This is not, perhaps, one of the most […] Read the Rest...
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Leading Youth Group – In Pictures(October 24, 2014)
A pictoral essay on all the various directions I’m going Thursday, Oct 16th: I attended a great conference at San Francisco Theological Seminary, focusing on games and innovation in ministry. In an “innovation lab” my group developed and pitched an idea for “The Listening Campaign,” with the tagline: Because your story needs to be heard. […] Read the Rest...