Events at MPC

Pastor’s Bible Study

Bible Study Join Us If you ever you have wanted to learn more about the Bible—not just as a document used to excuse bad behavior, but as an ancient, many-layered, sometimes beautiful, sometimes awful text made holy by centuries of the faithful who have found comfort, hope and inspiration in its pages, then the Pastor’s Bible Study is for you. Read the Rest...

 

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Congregational Meeting

Cong-Meeting MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND SAVE THE DATE! There will be a Congregational Meeting on Sunday, May 3, 2015 following Celebration. Read the Rest...

 

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Interfaith Art Exhibit Opens Saturday, May 2nd

IAE 2015 ShamseeThe Interfaith Art Exhibit, the third such partnership between MPC, Kehilla Synagogue, and the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California, will hold its opening reception on Saturday, May 2nd at 5pm. The theme is “We Are the Bridge”, and 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. Read the Rest...


The Latest Word

From our "MPC Family" Sermon Podcast:

Am I Welcome Here?(May 3, 2015)

In her candidate sermon, Talitha Phillips unpacks the story of Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch, drawing out its message of absolute welcome to all who follow their hearts to God.

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The Latest from the Pastoral weblog:

Why We March(April 30, 2015)

Rather than write a Contact article this week, I’d like to pass along—in written form—a radio spot I heard while driving my kids to school this week. The journalist who wrote the piece is named Zaidee Stavely. Zaidee’s mother was my kindergarten teacher, my mother is Zaidee’s God-mother, and Zaidee and my sister, Anna were […] Read the Rest...


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

#BUYINGDIAPERS(April 30, 2015)

On Sunday afternoon I made a video clip of youth group members feeling awkward. You might ask why they were feeling awkward, after such a hugely delicious and successful BBQ fundraiser, when they ought to have been mostly feeling proud and maybe a little bit exhausted. Well, despite having spent the whole morning cooking and […] Read the Rest...