Peninsula MCC's 9th Anniversary!
And no celebration would be complete without you!
(Psst... more information here.)
Upcoming Events
Sun, Apr 27 12:30pm Sunday worship, 3:00pm Meditation in the Zen Tradition
Fri, May 2: PMCC assists at Dia de los Nino's (Childrens Day) with Puente de la Costa Sur, 5:15 in Pescadero.
Sun, May 4: 12:30pm Sunday worship
Sat, May 10 PMCC Annual Rummage Sale! (bring donated items to church on May 4th)
Sun, May 11: 12:30pm Sunday worship
Sun, May 18: 12:30pm Sunday worship
Sun, May 25: 12:30pm Sunday worship
Sat, May 31: 9th Anniversary Celebration, 50's Style!
Easter Continues!
Rev. Terri J. Echelbarger
Thursday, 24 April 2014
In a tribe in South America, when a person suffers a deep wound, people in the tribe want to be near them. They say they feel closer to God through the pain of the wounded one. They honor and revere the gifts of wounding. They know they are in the presence of Soul alchemy. They hold sacred space for the one in pain.
The Gift of our Wounds, Rose Kumar

Dear Peninsula MCC Friend:

The Easter celebration continues for the next six weeks. As the Bible tells the story, Jesus, now risen, appears to the disciples - the marks of wounding still on his body. We all bear the marks of our wounds, they tell one of the stories of our becoming. It is in Jesus' wounds that much of the Christian story is told as well, his willingness to die for promoting love, not just in word, but in the reality of action. Join us as Rev. Jeff muses on about resurrection and transformation.

It's also Earth Day Sunday, you are encouraged to bring e-waste recyclables (the list of what we can accept is at www.advantagecartridge.com), the church uses the proceeds for our general fund.

Meditation in the Zen Tradition is at 3:00pm this Sunday.

Blessings,

Rev. Terri J. Echelbarger
Senior Pastor, Peninsula MCC

P.S. Rev. Terri is out of the office this week. Rev. Rebecca is checking the church phone for messages and needs.