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  Sunday, April 5|Palm Sunday

  10:30 am Worship Service Online. 


  Call in (650)762.9995

  11:15 am Zoom Coffee Hour     (click link below to join)

  Join Zoom Meeting
  Call in (669)900-6833

  Meeting ID: 811 031 519


  Maundy Thursday 

  Make your own dinner, eat together via Zoom, and share the story of Maundy Thursday


  Here is the link to the Zoom meeting. 

  Topic: Maundy Thursday 

  Time: Apr 9, 2020 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

  Join Zoom Meeting

  You can also call with the number below. 


  Meeting ID: 741 228 598

 Good Friday 

 Look for our Good Friday resources via email and Facebook.  Rev. Erica and Erik Schemper-Vorhes are working on a service that you can participate in at  your convenience.

 If you would like to really participate you’ll need a rock and 6 candles to extinguish through the service. 

 You are also invited to use that rock to make an Easter Garden. There are many resources online if you google Easter Garden to show you how to make   one. 

 Easter Sunday 

 We will again be partnering with Unity and Good Shepherd for our Easter service.

 You can go to to view the service!

How Can Your Church Be Prepared? 

You may be feeling worried about the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19. Given the widespread media attention of this illness, that is understandable. Many of us and our loved ones have runny noses, coughs and sneezes these days. Almost everyone with these symptoms will ultimately have the flu, a cold, or even bad allergies. Below are some things you can do to minimize your exposure and prevent the spread of these illnesses, including COVID-19.

o Wash your hands regularly with soap and water. This is one of the best ways your caregivers protect themselves from the spread of germs-it will help protect you, too! Remember to clean the 'webs' between fingers and thumbs.

o Don't have access to soap and water? Use hand sanitizers.

o Avoid touching your face, particularly your eyes or nose, with your hands.

o When you or your loved ones are sick-stay home from work and school to prevent infecting others.

o Sneezing into tissues or your elbow are great ways to minimize spread of germs. Always wash your hands with soap and water after you sneeze.

o Unless you are in the healthcare profession or caring for an ill family member or friend, always try to avoid others who are sick.

If you do feel ill, you can contact your care center or clinician to discuss the most appropriate treatment option. You can also visit for more information.