This Week: The Alliance between Christians, Jews, and Muslims









This Week: The Alliance between Christians, Jews, and Muslims



A Christian, a Muslim, and a Jew walk into Garfield Park Community Church…

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Garfield Park Community Church

New Order of Service

  • Announcements
  • Meet and Greet
  • Music
  • Presentation
  • Sermon
  • Discussion
  • Communion
  • Closing Song
  • Benediction

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F O L L O W on F A C E B O O K
F O L L O W on T W I T T E R
F O L L O W on I N S T A G R A M

It’s Back!

At GPCC, we display the rainbow flag to show that our doors are open to all, including members of the LGBTQ community. We are not a gay church, we are a church for everybody–even if you think homosexuality is wrong, you are welcome here as long as you are kind and tolerant toward others.
#AllMeansAll

Upcoming Events at GPCC

Faith on Tap – March 12th, 6pm-10pm: GPCC’s monthly discussion group for all faiths and political views. [note: previous newsletter had the incorrect date]

Inspired Action Santa Cruz – March 12th, 11am-9pm: Workshops and talks to explore ways to take action in our changing times.

Project Pollinate’s 3 Year Anniversary Celebration – March 18th, 12-4pm: Celebrate Project Pollinate and GPCC’s newly installed bee hives with a day of music, food, art, and workshops.

Parenting for Justice – March 25th, 2-3:30pm: Join me (Christy Byrd) to learn about how to talk to kids about diversity and inclusion in the age of Trump.

FEASTWeekly on Thursdays, 7:30-9pm: A social justice, open and affirming group for college students that meets in the Esselen Conference Room in the Bay Tree building at UCSC.

 

This Week

The Abrahamic Alliance is presenting on how Muslims, Christians, and Jews can put aside our differences and how we can all serve the community and one another. Remember that all donations will go to our speakers!

We are continuing to work on the bee sanctuary with Project Pollinate, so feel free to stay after the service to help out!

In the kid’s area, we are going to learn about the season of Lent and I will teach the kids my favorite Lenten practice, the Gratitude Examen. This practice comes from the Ignatians and requires taking a few minutes each day to think about what you are grateful for.

See you Sunday,
Christy and the GPCC Staff

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