625 Hamilton Ave.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
|Save the Dates - BBQ Picnics in the Park!||Adult Bible Class: The Great Courses: The Old Testament||Wednesday Morning Channing House Bible Study||Oikos Palo Alto Adult Small Group|
|Open Circle Young Adults||Couples Fellowship||Covenant Group||Tuesday Trekkers|
|UMW - United Methodist Women||Koinonia|
On Thursday, July 7, 14, 21 and 28 we'll be having our annual Picnics in the Park.
Enjoy a delicious dinner, play on the swings and connect with your Church friends. Plus it's a great way to get to know our new associate pastors, and for them to get to know you.
Join us from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at the Pine Grove area (right next to the tennis courts) of Mitchell Park, in Palo Alto.
Dinner is served at 6 pm.
There is a suggested donation of $5 for adults or $3 for kids. Give what you are able, all are welcome!
Bring your friends and family!
Sundays at 9:45 am in the Wesley Room with Pastor Beth Cademartori and Rev. Shijung Shim.
Sundays at 5:00 pm in the Millennium Room with Rev. Shijung Shim.
If weekday works for you join us for the Wednesday morning Channing House Bible Study. The group studies Scripture or other theological topics with lots of discussion. There is no previous knowledge necessary and all opinions and thoughts are welcome.
The group meets Wednesdays at 10:00 am at Channing House, located near downtown Palo Alto at 850 Webster Street between Homer and Channing. The group meets in the 5th floor lounge.
For more information contact Pastor Linda 650-323-6167 x101.
OpenCircle small groups — called Oikos groups or O-groups (“oikos” means family or household in Greek) — are aimed at fostering accountability, deeper and more intimate relationships, spiritual growth and prayer.
These groups are made up of 6 to 12 individuals and meet on a bi-weekly basis, Wednesdays evenings at 7:00 pm in the Wesley Room.
For more information contact Pastor Linda 650-323-6167 x101.
Join us at Open Circle.
Our vision for OpenCircle is to provide a relevant, life-empowering, spirit-filled place and ministry for young adults ages 18 through 35, grounded in our five core values: Love, Faith, Relevance, Grace and Impact.
We call ourselves OpenCircle because we believe “there’s always room.”
• Room for one more (LOVE)
• Room for broader theology (FAITH)
• Room for doubt and questions (RELEVANCE)
• Room for mistakes (GRACE)
• And room to make a difference (IMPACT)
By living out our these core values, our hope is to reach young adults in the Silicon Valley and share with them the message that in OpenCircle and in God’s Kingdom, “there’s always room.”
We hold a monthly worship service takes place the first Saturday of every month at 5:00 pm at Creekside at the Los Altos UMC.
For further information please visit our webite, www.opencircleumc.org
Join us in a place of friendship and caring where you and your partner's relationship can be nurtured.
We meet on the 2nd and 4th Sundays in the Wesley Room right after worship at 12:15 pm.
All couples are welcome to attend. Please call Lou or Patty Bellardo for more details.
Are you called to meet with others in a loving, respectful, and confidential environment to build relationships within our church?
This committed, small group meets Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. We engage in thoughtful and wideranging discussions of spiritual matters, books, and published articles that are important to us personally.
If you might be interested in this group, contact Linda Grossman.
There is a small group of folks who are walking at 10:00 am out near the Bay front every Tuesday morning. It has been said that "We are a social group with a walking problem." We are as much about visiting and chatting as we are about walking. This is a fun and enjoyable group.
We walk for about 1 1/2 hours and cover 3 miles, so it is a very leisurely pace.
Tuesday Trekkers alternate starting points from Geng Road or San Antonio Road.
Please call Patty to determine the current trail head location.
The intent is to have a little different view of the Bay and its shoreline. Hope to see you there.
Please contact Patty Bellardo. (650) 327-1428 with questions or comments.
All women at FUMCPA are invited to join the United Methodist Women.
Purpose of United Methodist Women
The organized unit of United Methodist Women
shall be a community of women
whose PURPOSE is to know God
and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ;
to develop a creative, supportive fellowship;
and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.
What Does It Mean To Be A United Methodist Women
A member of United Methodist Women is one who commits herself to our PURPOSE and chooses to participate in meetings, prayer, giving, study, action, and/or service. The organization celebrates an inclusive membership and welcomes all women who want to be members.
One becomes a member by committing to be a part of this supportive community of women and by accepting the challenge to grow in mission and to participate in life-changing experiences. Membership can be expressed in many ways. Some examples are:
* Intercessory prayer;
* Attendance at meetings;
* Undesignated Mission Giving to support global mission;
* Accepting leadership responsibility;
* Participation in various events, projects, issues, and concerns of the Women's Division
* Participation in the Reading Program;
* Reading Response;
* Attending Schools of Christian Mission.
CIRCLE AND INTEREST GROUPS
Clara Swain Circle
Meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 1:30 pm in the Church Patio Room
Judy Newton Circle
Meets on the 4th Monday of each month at 1:00 pm in the Patio Room or in a member’s home
The D’vora Circle (Women range in age from 20-60)
Meets one a month at a member’s home
Meets at times and locations to be announced
Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 9:30 am in a member’s home
Meets on the 3rd Monday of January, March, May, September, and November at 11:30 am at a restaurant to be announced
UMW Walking Group
Meets on the first Thursday of each month
For more information, please contact Lois Hammar, 327-9120
For information on the California-Nevada Conference United Methodist Women, visit their website at www.cnumw.org
Koinonia is a fellowship group of the First United Methodist Church of Palo Alto. We meet once a month to dine together, hike, have a Progressive dinner, or to do a service project for the Church, all in the spirit of Christian fellowship. We welcome couples or singles of all ages. Generally, we meet the second Saturday of the month.