May 15 sermon: Visions of Hope

The visions of Revelation were written not only to give voice to the fear and anger, but also to encourage and give hope, to affirm in all times and places the hope and the life that comes through Jesus Christ. Revelation is, above all and woven though all, a book of hope. For us as Christians, God will not only come in some future, but God has come now in the person of Jesus Christ. We can live into this promise 
now.

Rev. Evie Macway

9:30 a.m. Sunday worship during Coronavirus

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Click image to open May 22 bulletin

In person

Please reserve a seat so we can have social distancing in the sanctuary.

On Zoom

  1. Click the Zoom Worship button.

  2. If asked for a Meeting ID, key in 310 515 725

 

On Facebook

  1. Click the Facebook button on the right.

  2. If you are prompted to log in or create a Facebook account, you do not have to. Simply close the prompt and scroll to the video

Adult education on Zoom

  1. Using your own computer? Click the Adult Education button. If asked for a passcode, key in stone.

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Help Ukrainians

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and Presbyterian World Mission are working together to provide humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and Central Europe. They are collecting funds to support refugees through their Disaster Relief-International Refugee Programs. StoneWorks, our church's social justice committee, has pledged $2,000 to the program. You can contribute as a family or individual by clicking the button below.

Our office during Coronavirus

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Our church office has reopened but in a new location because of construction work at Lincoln House. The office is temporarily  located in the chapel building, which can be entered from the church courtyard. Masks are required to be worn inside. Office hours are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday through Friday except most federal holidays. The locked mailbox has been relocated to this location but our mailing address remains 1937 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose CA 95125. Please call us at (408) 269-1593.

 

Taize

Taizé meditation & prayer

Taizé services are held in person only at 6:45 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month. The prelude begins at 6:35 p.m. All attendees must wear masks. Covid policies are subject to change.

Taizé when you want it

Our pianist, Pamela Hood, has recorded a video Taizé service video for your meditation between live services on Zoom. Just click on the video box at left.

Online Giving

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We Celebrate Diversity

American Sign Language

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