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Installation and Ordination Service for Chris Baldwin

Sunday, June 13

Both the worship service and reception are now full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist in case there are any cancelations, please email Elizabeth Ball.

For questions, please email Elizabeth Ball.

Praying The Psalms

How about making some time in the month of June this year to strengthen your prayer life?

So many of us struggle with prayer, and we look for guidance in many places, but in the center of our Bibles we have a tremendous resource: The Psalms. This was the prayer book of Israel, as it was also for Jesus. For generations, Christians have prayed and sung the Psalms. We may not personally feel everything expressed in the Psalms, and sometimes we can even be challenged by what we find there, but there is no better source of reflection on prayer available to the church.

One month in Psalms can change your life!

Daily Readings June 1 – 30

Daily readings will be emailed each morning.

Set aside 10-15 minutes in the morning, noon and evening to read through the Psalms for the day – you can do one, two or three, whatever works for you!

  • Click here to sign up to receive the daily email June 1 – 30.
  • To access daily guides for Reading the Psalms on the website, click here.

Worship

During the month of June, the Sunday sermon series will be based in the Psalms. Please join us for in person worship (registration required) or watch on Livestream.

  • June 6: Psalm 22 – Praying to God who is present to our pain.
  • June 13: Psalm 46 – Praying to God upon whom we can call for help.
  • June 20: Psalm 109 – Praying to God when life is not fair.
  • June 27: Psalm 139 – Praying to God who knows us completely.

Talking Story: Interview with Dr. Satsuki Ina

June 9 at 11:00 a.m.

Register Here

Satsuki Ina, PhD was born in the Tule Lake Segregation Center, a maximum security prison camp for Japanese American dissidents during WWII. She is Professor Emeritus in the School of Education at California State University, Sacramento. She has produced two award-winning documentary films broadcast on PBS – Children of the Camps and From A Silk Cocoon, now streaming on Amazon. She currently has a psychotherapy practice in the San Francisco Bay Area specializing in Collective Trauma.

Her upcoming book, Be Strong, Don’t Cry, will be published by Heyday Press, Berkeley in 2022. Currently, she is co-founder of “Tsuru For Solidarity,” a nonviolent, direct action project of Japanese American social justice advocates working to end detention sites and support front-line immigrant and refugee communities that are being targeted by racist, inhumane immigration policies.

Keep Moving!

Stretch and Strengthen

Care and Senior Ministries are sponsoring this weekly class each Tuesday in the month of May. We’re so happy to have Keris Dahlkamp lead us in this class.

Please register by 3:00 p.m. the day before the event. The Zoom link will be emailed to registrants after that time. The same link will be valid for all dates. You are welcome to attend any and all classes as your schedule allows.

REGISTER HERE. Questions? Email Lexi Morrissey.

Upcoming:
June: Sophia Colette, Gentle Yoga

July and August summer break

Support Group for those Caring for Someone with Dementia

First and Third Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. on Zoom

If you are just seeing signs of memory loss in a loved one or have been caring for someone for many years, join our ongoing support group to give you ideas for self-care and other-care.

Email Linda Fodrini-Johnson to register.

New Member Class

June 2021

The New Member class provides an opportunity to meet the pastoral staff and explore church membership at LOPC. We discuss what it means to be Presbyterian, learn about the history and vision of LOPC, and how to have a meaningful membership.

CLICK HERE to learn more.

Questions? Contact Chris Baldwin.