We are honored to have as our guest speaker on Interfaith Sunday, November 25, Sai Prasad Venkatachalam, an international speaker and humanitarian advocate dedicated to “love all and serve all.” Sai Prasad gives lectures about his travels and his experiences in terror-struck countries like Syria, Sudan, Uganda, Turkey, Jordan etc. where he went to do service. Meeting and spending time with the refugees and their children in war-ravaged countries triggered his transformation process that led him to dedicate his entire life in the pursuit of nurturing selfless love, and thereby transforming humanity. Sai is visiting the USA again this year, from November 25 to December
The Camp Fire, one of the deadliest and most destructive fires in California history, has devastated over 100,000 acres in Butte County, and destroyed the town of Paradise. Bishop Minerva Carcano’s message on November 10 provided updates about the fire status and the United Methodist Church’s relief efforts from Sonja Edd-Bennett, our Director of Disaster Response Ministry. In addition to working with state agencies, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other agencies, Sonja is working with UMCOR to request a grant for immediate support of impacted churches and communities. Bishop Carcano is also in conversation with Bishop Mark W. Holmerud of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of
Saturday, November 17, 2018 7pm in the MHUMC Sanctuary Freewill donations will be accepted We are excited to host John Nilsen in concert. A truly amazing musician, he offers us a wonderful variety of music and makes our baby grand piano sing! It’s been a couple of years since he visited us, and we anticipate more of his fun mixture of rock, jazz, and folk compositions.