Dear Friends

Join us this Sunday for the Feast of the Epiphany, the story in which Jesus, Mary and Joseph are visited by Wise ones from another culture, and are warned to flee to another country to find asylum there, to protect the life of young Jesus, as told in Matthew 2:1-15. We will hear contemporary songs and readings, including one by the eminent theologian at Pacific School of Religion, the Rev. R. Jay Johnson. We will celebrate the Lord’s Supper where we are pleased to welcome everyone- without exception- to the table. The word epiphany means “manifestation” and we are called to look and listen to where God is being manifest today. All throughout January we will be looking for Manifestation, revelations of God’s continuous and active presence in our lives. Our January Theme is “The Voice of God is Calling”. Join us! Jim

Sunday, January 13th – The Feast of the Baptism of Jesus Christ. We also include a ceremony devised and presided over by Todd Atkins-Whitley for the renewal of baptismal vows. If you have never been baptized and would like to be on this Sunday, or on another date, speak to Rev. Jim.

Sunday, January 20th -The Feast of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Our guest preacher is the Rev. Dr. D. Mark Wilson, who teaches at UC Berkeley where he conducts the Gospel choir, and at St. Mary ‘s College where he teaches diversity work.
Rev. Jim Mitulski

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