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Blog Archives: March 2013

26
March
2013

Don't Miss the Drama of Holy Week

Karl Digerness
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14
March
2013

A Day by the Bay

  Inviting people into our lives builds community and trust—a mentor did just that by inviting everyone involved in our Adult Mentoring Program to a private tour at the chocolate company where she works. We learned all about the chocolate industry and what goes into making it; naturally, our favorite part was the tasting. After dessert, we headed to the Ferry Building to eat dinner together. These images are from our day building community on the Embarcadero. Find out more about the Adult Mentoring Program > images by Mark Kuroda ...
14
March
2013

Sing with the City Church Choir

Sign up to sing with the City Church Choir for our Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday performances at the Russian Center and Davies Symphony Hall. All voice types welcome. Please contact Minna Choi for information and to obtain a rehearsal schedule.
13
March
2013

Solidarity with the World

Chuck DeGroat
The passion journey of Lent invites us to join Christ in the astounding journey of becoming the outsider. God becomes human not to overpower, not to exclude, and not to condemn. He comes with the message of the Father.  I love my enemies.  And I will lay down my life for them. When we fail to take seriously God's love for his enemies, we embrace a diminished God, a God who commands others to love the enemy, the outsider, and the unclean but who doesn't seem to live by that same standard. When it offends us that some are too inclusive, we ...
06
March
2013

Lent : Medication for Our Spiritual A.D.D.

Dan Gannon