Join us at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays – in person or online.
The goal of faith is to make every life an act of worship. We worship God through our gratitude, our mindful attention, and daily acts of kindness, mercy, justice and giving. But, it all begins by setting aside time to gather as a community formed by the Spirit of Christ. Worship connects us to God, to one another and the longings of our hearts.
Building the Beloved Community
Lynnewood Easter Season 2023
Can you imagine a world in which people of every gender, age, ethnic and racial background experienced dignity, respect and an equal opportunity to live out their God-given potential? Can you imagine a world where conflicts and disagreements were resolved peacefully and without harm? Can you imagine a world in which all living beings were valued and blessed with compassion and kindness? It sounds like a glimpse of heaven on earth…and it is. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed that the hope of the world would be found in a beloved community of justice, mercy and kindness. Although our world is full of strife and struggle, this is not an impossible dream. It is taking shape all around us. The Resurrected Christ calls us to join in its creation – right here in Pleasanton in 2023. Over the next few weeks, we will explore the fundamental attributes of beloved community. We’ll learn how to speak in ways that resolve conflict without violence, cherish our human diversity, and work toward more justice and inclusion.
All parts of our facility are wheelchair accessible. The sanctuary is equipped with a hearing loop. Those with hearing aids should switch to the T-coil (telephone) setting. For those who do not wear hearing aids but need hearing assistance or whose hearing aids do not have T-coils, we have hearing loop receivers. Please ask an usher for a device