• Upcoming Events
        • MISSION POSSIBLE, February 24, after the second worship service, Fellowship Hall. Join us for a presentation about the recent mission trips to Guatemala and Paradise, California. There will be light refreshments and the sharing of experiences by Raeanne, Dan, Doug, and Mary Ellen.
        • Rise Against Hunger Meal Packaging Event, March 23, 9:00 a.m., Fellowship Hall. Lynnewood UMC will collaborate with Rise Against Hunger to package 10,152 meals that will be distributed to those most in need. Sign-up sheets will be displayed at the Outreach table after worship services beginning on February 24. An online registration link will be available soon. Many volunteers of all ages are needed to package the meals, including elementary school children accompanied by a parent. Volunteers who are able to lift a 50-pound bag of rice are encouraged to sign up to help set up for the event. Register now to be a part of this Lynnewood tradition of hands-on service driven by a vision of a world without hunger!
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                • Community Outreach: 4th Annual Bus Ticket Drive, throughout the winter months. Bus tickets are made available to local social services groups who then issue them to those who need them the most. The tickets often provide the only way people can get to Livermore Homeless Refuge for a warm/dry place to sleep, Open Heart Kitchen for a hot meal, Asbury Church for a shower and laundry, a medical appointment, or even a job interview. Your generous donation goes 100% to these tickets. There are absolutely no overhead costs! Click here for more information.
                • Konevets Quartet, February 22, 7:00 p.m., Trinity Lutheran Church, 1225 Hopyard Road, Pleasanton. This amazing male quartet from St. Petersburg, the Konevets Quartet, once again graces our California venues, this time at Trinity Lutheran Church. Donations are welcome and make the Konevets California tour possible. The concert is in the sanctuary — no one will be turned away. Ample parking is accessible from Golden Road off Hopyard Road, or from Del Valle Parkway. Please tell your friends!.
                • Partners for Change, Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m., Livermore High School Student Union, 600 Maple St., Livermore. This program makes it possible for struggling families to enjoy dinner (6:00 p.m.) and for heads of household to network and learn about community resources (7:00 p.m.), while their children are in childcare or getting help with homework. Also called “Circles,” this is a program initiated by Asbury United Methodist Church in Livermore, modeled after a national project that brings families in poverty into personal relationship with “allies” from churches and other community groups. Sign up with Shana at to help by being a partner with folks working to move beyond poverty.