Calendar & Events
Sunday, November 10th, 10:30am
Join us in celebration by bringing bread from around the world, including from your Native community, to share for Holy Communion: focaccia, whole wheat, naan, rye, baguette, challah, bammy, cornbread, roti, etc.
Sunday, November 10th, 6:00pm
Food 4 Thought will meet November 10th at 6:00pm in the Edwards Room at LMUMC. All are welcomed to join! The food theme is to “bring somethign we are grateful for”. For more information, please contact Laurel Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
Voci Women’s Vocal Ensemble November Concerts
Join Voci Women’s Vocal Ensemble for our November concerts — Passion, Joy and Beauty: Poulenc, Fauré and Britten — two performances of exquisite twentieth century music for women’s voices and organ, under the direction of Guest Conductor Robert Wells. Voci will bring to life Benjamin Britten’s inventive Missa Brevis in D, Francis Poulenc’s stunning Litanies à la Vierge Noire, Gabriel Fauré’s sublime Messe Basse, and other notable works by Maurice Duruflé and Emma Lou Diemer.
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Advent Sunday, November 17th, 10:30am
On the 17th, we begin celebrating the season of Advent. During this six-week period, we will reflect on the events leading up to the birth of Jesus the Christ.
Sunday, November 24th, 12:00pm Noon
All-Church Conference will take place on the 24th during Fellowship in the Stark Room. All are welcome! Special dessert will be served to those who attend!
Wednesday, November 27th, 8:00 am – Thanksgiving Preparation
Beginning in the early morning will be kitchen and food prep for Thanksgiving Dinner. This includes: cleaning rooms, tables and chairs set-up, food preparation/cooking, etc.
To sign up as a volunteer for preparation, serving, and clean-up for Thanksgiving Dinner, click here for the online registration. For more information, please contact David Betts by sending him an email at email@example.com.
Thursday, November 28th – Thanksgiving Dinner
Every year, LMUMC feeds hundreds of Oakland residents a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Last year, we fed over 700 people. While many came to the church for a sit-down meal, there were over 50 homeless people who live around Lake Merritt who had their meals brought to them. Final preparations will take place around 8:00am. Dinner begins at noon. Clean-up begins at 3:00pm.