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The Parenting Journey

COMING SOON: Wednesdays, 5:45 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.

LOPC invites parents of middle-school age children to join Valerie Hodgskiss for a six-week parent-support and community-building group.  Possible topics include parent-child relationships, anxiety, and bullying.  Valerie is a licensed marriage and family therapist, mother of four children, and LOPC choir member.

Please contact Michelle Browning to RSVP.

New Members Class

Saturday, February 22, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Are you looking to take the next step in your faith journey by committing to LOPC as a member? Are you curious about what it means to be Presbyterian or want to find out what LOPC is passionate about locally and globally? Want to explore what membership at a church is? This class is for you! All are welcome.

Click here to register.  For information, contact Chris Baldwin at

Love Does Service Day

Sunday, February 23

Each year we aim to have more than 300 people working on campus and in the community.  Many of the organizations LOPC partners with depend on your help with projects that are larger than their staff can handle or that can’t be funded by already slim budgets.

You can help!  Register here and choose your service activity.

Lenten Study: Questioning Jesus

March 1 – April 4

Lent is a time when we get a boost in our spiritual lives. This year during Lent we will explore the questions that people put to Jesus in Luke 9:51-19:28 while he is on the way to Jerusalem. Small groups will focus on these texts in a way that encourages participants to reflect deeply and personally on them, and even to wrestle with them. The goal is to engage the text each week in a way that shapes and nurtures our own faith in the safe, welcoming context of a small group.

REGISTER HERE. Study guides will be available online and in the Ministry Center during the week. Pick up a list of groups with dates, times, and locations on the Plaza or visit the website.

For more information, click here.
Please contact Renee with questions.

Love Does Family

Thursday, March 26, 2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Please join us for an after school love does family service project for the benefit of Contra Costa Interfaith Housing (CCIH) and Monument Crisis Center (MCC), two of LOPC’s longstanding mission partners.  This is an afternoon of service that we know your preschool through middle school-aged child(ren) will enjoy as we assemble Easter baskets and make cards for CCIH, create toiletry kits for MCC, and share an afternoon snack!  Invite your friends and come join us for fellowship and fun while we all work together to make an impact on the lives of others in our greater community!

Please RSVP here. Though drop-ins are welcome, we appreciate advance sign-ups for planning purposes.


June 1 - 5

Youth who have completed 5th or 6th grade in MAY will serve for a couple hours each day with a local (East Bay) mission partner, then returning to debrief and reflect on their experience. Youth will become acquainted with the many ways in which we can share God’s love even within our own community! Our dream is that this week will inspire youth for a life of serving and loving others. Service may include food sorting and packing, yardwork, visiting the elderly and home-bound, running programs for children living in a shelter, and more!

For more information, contact Allison Kunz.



June 20 - 27

Youth who complete 9th-12th grade in May will travel to Wapato, Washington to partner with an indigenous led organization: S.L.A.M. (Students Learning About Missions). S.L.A.M. is based within the Yakima Nation and focuses on teaching outside groups how they follow ‘The Jesus Way’ through their native traditions. Youth service teams will witness various ceremonies, learn about the history and culture of the Yakima people, and provide basic housework service in tribe elders’ homes. The trip will be mainly relational— aiming to deepen our understanding and connections to the larger body of Christ from a different cultural, historical and spiritual perspective.

For more information, contact Keris Dahlkamp.



July 12 - 17

Youth who complete 7th or 8th grade in May will spend a week in San Francisco and the surrounding area serving with City Service Mission. Through this experience, youth will be introduced to the many ways we can serve people in our own Bay Area community. We’ll discover a new side of this familiar city through immersive activities—serving with a variety of ministry partners, and a daily debriefing of our experiences.

For more information, contact Allison Kunz.


2020 Flower Sponsorships

2020 Calendar Open Online NOW!

Sponsoring the chancel floral arrangement for a Sunday worship is a beautiful way to celebrate an occasion or honor your loved ones.

There is a $150 suggested donation to the Flower Fund to sponsor an arrangement.

Please click here to sign up.