Events

Spring

  • Upcoming Events
      • Summer Music. Does the music stop? Not at all! On summer Sundays, volunteers from within the congregation bless the Lynnewood family through the sharing of their talents. Small ensembles and soloists are part of what will be on tap for the summer. Click to see some past performances.
      • “Rabbit in the Moon”, featuring Chizu Omori, July 29, 7:00 pm, Fellowship Hall. Like many Japanese Americans released from WWII internment camps, the young Omori sisters did their best to erase the memories and scars of life under confinement. Fifty years later, acclaimed filmmaker Emiko Omori asks her older sister Chizu and other detainees to reflect on the personal and political consequences of internment. Join us for the film and conversation with internment survivor Chizu Omori. Click to see the flyer.
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  • In the Community
      • Partners for Change, Wednesdays, 6:00 pm, 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 director@pfctv.org to help by being a partner with folks working to move beyond poverty.
      • Monthly Religion Chat, July 11, 7:00 – 8:15 pm, St. Charles Catholic Church, 1315 Lomitas Avernue, Livermore, 94550. The event will be in the Keeley Center, Borromeo Hall. Ample parking is available in the adjoining parking lot, accessed via the driveway at the east end of the property. The topic will be Engaging Our Youth–Challenges and Successes. What Does a Successful Program Look Like? The speakers will be Dr. Patricia Keer Munro from Congregation Beth Emek and Mr. Bob Miess from the Unitarian Universalist Church. The facility will be open from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM to give attendees a chance to visit. The event is free of charge and open to all. Click for more information about the Interfaith Interconnect Monthly Chats.
      • Hub Talks: Love Thy Neighbor, July 13, 7:00 – 9:00 pm, 5341 Owens Court, Pleasanton. A Catholic expert on Islam speaks about his books “Muslims in America: Examining the Facts” and “A Catholic’s Love of Islam.” Also, an American-Muslim sage and scholar speaks about a declaration signed by leading Muslim scholars calling for protection of Christians and other vulnerable communities in the Middle East. Click for more information and to purchase tickets.