Oct. 24 Throwing Off Our Cloaks
The narrator (of Bartimaeus' story) uses the concept of blindness to teach listeners about the importance of truly seeing one another. ... Mark is trying to reveal to his listeners true discipleship. He portrays Bartimaeus as the exemplary disciple. He may be physically blind, but unlike the disciples and the crowds, his spiritual sight is on point.
Rev. Samantha Evans
9:30 a.m. Sunday worship during Coronavirus
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If asked for a Meeting ID, key in 310 515 725
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Adult education on Zoom
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Our office during Coronavirus
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.
Taizé on Zoom
Taizé services are on Zoom at 6:45 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month. Click the Zoom button below. If asked for a Meeting ID, key in 864 7406 7718
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.