We invite you to come and join us this Sunday morning at 8am or 10am and stay for coffee hour in the parish hall. We have childcare for little ones and Sunday School for children during the 10:00am service. We are a parish of members from throughout Lamorinda and the surrounding area. We are a learning community, a worshiping community, and a serving community. We invite you to explore our website, and contact us with any questions. More importantly, we invite you to worship with us soon! No matter where you are on your faith journey, there is a place for you in this community.
The Feast of Pentecost is the oldest feast in the Christian religion, and the only one that is a direct carry-over from the ancient form of Judaism which Jesus and his disciples practiced. The feast of Pentecost commemorates the moment when the disciples realized that God’s Holy Spirit was at work in all people, not just the 12 tribes of Israel. Pentecost is a Greek word that means “fifty,” since it always falls fifty days after Easter. It is also one of the traditional days on which the Church celebrates the sacrament of Holy Baptism, in which we invite that same Holy Spirit to inflame our hearts with zeal for God’s kingdom. Readings and hymns during this season focus on the ongoing work of developing and fostering Christian community. During this season, clergy and church are traditionally vested in green.