.: FRIENDLY REMINDERS
1) Tonight is Open Mic in our social hall, from 7pm - 11pm. We will have 2 guitars, keyboard, a piano and singing mic for all musicians. Any experience and all people from any walk of life are strongly invited, and everyone is invited to come be part of the audience for any period of time. See you there! Need additional information, contact Tim Golder, email@example.com 650-451-2450.
2) Gardening for Poor Seniors meet Tomorrow morning from 10am - 11am in the backyard of Hope property. See you there! Need additional information, contact Festus Ariche, firstname.lastname@example.org 650-333-7455.
.: OUR HOPE CHURCH
Our worship, education and ministry is about encouraging, influencing, celebrating and sometimes stretching and pushing to grow into the authentic, passionate, reflective person God has called us to be.
We are particularly passionate about social, political and economic justice ministries. Our theological perspectives and experiences range from unchurched, to de-churched, to doubters to passionate lovers of Jesus Christ.
We are overjoyed when all those voices speak equally at the table of Jesus Christ. At Hope this happens because Christ is our Mediator and the Center of our focus. Please come join us. You just might be surprised and filled with hope to last throughout the week.
.: OUR PASTOR
Pastor Pamela was raised as a Catholic. She comes from a family of nine siblings. She is a dedicated feminist which means she has a strong belief in political, social, economic and personal justice for all women.
She majored in political theory and has a passion for law and order. She practiced Family Law, Juvenile Law and Criminal Law. Pastor Pam received her Law Degree, J.D.; and then her Masters, M.DIV from Pacific School of Religion.
After a 34 week Discipleship study class she became interested in exploring her Spirituality. She became a Methodist because of the church’s interest in equality and justice. Her interest is in the role the church offers people the opportunity to explore and enhance their Spiritual, Emotional, Physical and Intellectual nature, and the church’s role in lifting us up.
Pastor Pam has made five mission trips to New Orleans and is passionate about mission work in the nations of the world. She is a single mother of two girls of elementary school age. Her hobby is sailing, enjoying the wind which is a free and humbling experience and puts her in touch with God’s nature and its beauty. This is one piece of Gods creation. She also enjoys gardening. Laughter is important to her as well.