Sanctuary’s 4th Annual Holiday Boutique
Dec. 5 2015 10am-3pm
Shop local, shop handmade
Jewelry, artwork, handmade quilts, and more! Local artists and vendors. Live music all day. Amazing gift options. Food and drink. Free parking
2250 Commerce Ave, Suite D
Thursday, September 18th
At 1753 Lacassie Avenue, Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church
Deacons’ Care Cottage, the little house on church property
next to the parking lot on Lacassie Avenue.
The Care Cottage extends God’s love
in a tangible way by generously and graciously giving out
clothing and food that the members and friends of the church
lovingly share with those in our local community
who are in need of care.
Tuesday morning devotion and prayer 8:30a.m.- 9am New Life Campus
Thursday afternoon prayers 1:30-2:30pm Vineyard Community Center
Annual Community Wide Communion on Maundy Thursday – 30 churches one Lord one Spirit on Faith
Seeking God’s breakthrough together in our cities. Join us together with other pastors, staff, friends, and family.
Tuesdays at 8:15
New Life Campus
The Creek Covenant Church in Pleasant Hill is seeking to hire a part-time director of children’s ministry
Contact us for details.
Pillars of Hope, Inc
We have a passion for helping victims of human trafficking. Please join our fight in combating this crime.
2nd Monday of every month
Re-thinking or Repenting is a verb that comes from the NT word, “metanoia.” It literally means to “change-mind.” Repent literally means to change the way I i think, to think differently. As the woman who was dragged before Jesus having been “caught” in adultery, it is an opportunity to no longer think the same way, but to seize the opportunity to pursue a new way of thinking! The invitation from Jesus is to think now the way God thinks about life. Jesus says, “the kingdom is at hand.” Its like right now the ice is thin, so thin you can reach out your hand and find the hand of God your loving Heavenly Father reaching back offering a new way to live in this moment if I will simply chose to think differently than I have been. Transformed living, begins with “metanoia,” transformed thinking. Here is how Paul reminds us of Jesus’ invitation, “be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Paul goes on and adds the benefit, the out come of changed thinking as the ability to actually see and affirm actualized benefit in real life, “so that you may test and approve what the will of God is!” This season approaching Easter, we pause to think, to re-think about how we are living. The promise of Jesus is such that if we will we can reach out and actually live into the will and the way of our Good and Loving King!