One Sunday 2017 Registration – 1/04-2/25

ONE Sunday is the one day of the year that the whole LOPC community works together to help our neighbors throughout Contra Costa County. On ONE Sunday we reach out as one body to help those in need and the agencies listed below that work so tirelessly throughout the year to faithfully serve their... READ MORE »

Widows and Widowers Grief Relief – 3/14-5/16

Have you or someone you know experienced the death of a spouse recently or within the last few years? Sharing our experiences during this 10-week class is extremely helpful to our healing process. Find hope, support, and successful ways to process this significant life event. The course is open to all Widows and Widowers. Enrollments are now being accepted for the group to start March 14 - May... READ MORE »

Stephen Ministry—The Aging Brain – 3/19

Stephen Ministry invites you to join its March 19th continuing education class at 10:15 a.m. in the Oak Room for a look at the many kinds of dementia, how to recognize it, and how we (as family members, friends, neighbors, and caregivers) can best respond with benevolence and understanding. Dr. Freitag is a licensed clinical psychologist, board certified neuropsychologist, and... READ MORE »

Lenten Study – 3/1

The Answer to Bad Religion is Not No Religion! “I thought Christians were judgmental...” So often I come across people who really have no idea what encompasses a moderate Christian view of the Bible, theology, or even current events. I have even heard some of our members claim that when they come across non- Christians they are told: “I have never met a Christian like... READ MORE »

Men’s Retreat – A Man After God’s Own Heart – 5/5 – 5/7

Ray Campton A Man After God’s Own Heart Featuring keynote speaker, Ray Campton. Far too often our society calculates the measure of man by his successes, accomplishments, ability to control people and circumstances – in short, a man is admired by the culture for his overall power. How very different that the Christian faith esteems the very opposite values, focusing instead on... READ MORE »