Season of Care: “Aging with Eyes Wide Open: Making My Next Chapter The Best!”

Are you contemplating retirement? Are you recently retired, or are you well into your retirement? Whatever stage of retirement you find yourself in, you will find this seminar with Linda Fodrini-Johnson extremely helpful. Linda, who is an elder here at LOPC, is also a family therapist and the founder of Elder Care Services. She has been in professional care management for over 35 years. We’ll... READ MORE »

Spiritual Practices Class: “Centered Living-Rhythms for an Integrated Life”

Once a month on the 3rd Thursday beginning October 24, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Led by Pastor Lauren Gully, this once a month, five-session course will teach spiritual practices that can free us from life’s obstacles and open ourselves to deep intimacy with God. There will be time for sharing, discussion, reflection, teaching, and assignments. Contact Renée at renee@lopc.org for more information... READ MORE »

love does

One of the most important things that we can do as Christians is to demonstrate God’s love for the world, and our community. Love does affirms that our faith is active, and that we can accomplish great things together. It matters that we are out in our communities doing things that make an impact, to remind others that we love them. Love does amazing... READ MORE »

Warm Winter Nights—10/21–11/4

LOPC will host the Warm Winter Nights Shelter on campus from Oct 21–Nov 4. Be a part of the solution; help support families experiencing homeless in Contra Costa County. Tutor a child; prepare a meal with your family, friends or small group; provide a fun activity or craft or host a movie night; be a morning host (5:15 -7am)—see the full list of volunteer opportunities... READ MORE »