By Geoff Ullmann, Wendy Ringo, and Pastor Linda Holbrook In October we are holding a stewardship campaign.  This year’s theme, “Living Generously,” reminds us of the source of our gifts and that giving in one aspect of our relationship and ongoing conversation with God and Jesus.  Just as God blesses us, we in turn express our gratitude for those blessings by passing on a share of them to do the work we are called to do as members of the Body of Christ. (1 Peter 4:10) Stewardship has somehow gotten a bad name and most people think only of money and church budgets when theyRead More →

Clergy and laity throughout California-Nevada have responded to the call from Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño and are praying with their hearts, hands and feet. We face this fire, as we have faced those in the past and will face those to come in what promises to be a historically catastrophic fire season, by building upon our California-Nevada Conference’s culture of preparedness. Our conference faith family will continue to make a difference communities assaulted by wildfire as we and face the Dixie Fire and wildfires to come in this season together. Click here to be a part of the recovery effort. September 1, 2021 – Wildfires,Read More →

Dear Brothers and Sisters of Morgan Hill, Last Sunday was our first in person worship service since the pandemic, and it was the first time I have been with you.  I thank all of you who came to the service and for the warm welcome I received.  I liked the atmosphere and I hope you did too. I wanted to take this time to reach out to each of you.  I have been appointed half time to Morgan Hill, and I live in San Jose.  These two things might cause some to think there are obstacles to providing pastoral care.  I want to assure youRead More →

By Matthew Hendrickson, President, Board of Trustees As we finally are able to congregate together again I am very happy to let you all know that we will be opening for in-person worship on July 11! Also this is the transition between our Pastor Patrick Davis announcing his retirement and the appointment of our new Pastor Linda Holbrook. This is an emotional conclusion to almost 15 months of online-only worship services, where we were unable to congregate, worship, and connect together.  We have all had to endure through this time of disconnection, social distancing and in many cases being unable to be close to ourRead More →