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Dates are September 17 - 20, 2020 all virtual conferencing and worship services.

Sunday September 20, 2020 at 10:30 am all conference worship will be live streamed.



Visit the California-Nevada United Methodist Church website for all details and links.


  • Alum Rock UMC

The California-Nevada Annual Conference has benefited tremendously from the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) in response to natural disasters within the bounds of the Conference. Please continue to support UMCOR - and in addition, please consider making donations to the Conference disaster response fund. 

To donate through the California-Nevada Conference to provide immediate relief for victims of wildfires, and to meet immediate needs in the case of future disasters, make checks payable to "California-Nevada Annual Conference," and write "CN Disaster Response" in the memo line. Churches may add their donation in with their tithing form, also, and annotate in the area as "other designated giving."  Mail checks to the California-Nevada Conference Center, P.O. Box 980250, West Sacramento, CA 95798-0250. Contributing to the Conference disaster response fund helps the Conference to respond quickly to immediate needs and to partner with UMCOR for both emergency and long term recovery.

For more information contact Sonja Edd-Bennett, Director of the California-Nevada Annual Conference Disaster Response Ministry, at sonjaeb@calnevumc.org.

Donate to the California-Nevada Conference Disaster Response Fund →

Give to UMCOR →

For more information please access this link.




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The work of dismantling racism is not new; now more than ever we need to be reminded of the work that has moved us to today’s reality—and to name where we still need to go.


First, join us on Wednesday, August 19, 2020, as we listen to four leaders in the movement discuss their experiences in confronting racism. These leaders will name the parallels and distinctions between their historical work and how today’s anti-racism and anti-oppression movements are different, as well as their insights about the church’s role in this work, where the church must lead the prophetic call to justice and the tension between different approaches to this work. Moderator Erin Hawkins will lead the conversation.


Next, Don't miss our conversation with a panel of young United Methodist leaders on Wednesday, August 26, 2020. They will discuss strategies for changing the world and encouragement for partners in this work. Our hope is that this Town Hall series will help equip the United Methodist Church as we engage in our anti-racism work across the Connection.


Seasoned Leaders: Wed, August 19

The work of dismantling racism is not new; now more than ever we need to be reminded of the work that has moved us to today’s reality—and to name where we still need to go. Four United Methodist leaders in the civil rights movement will answer your questions about their experiences in confronting racism and the church’s role in this work. Join panelists James Lawson, Joel N. Martinez, Sue Thrasher, and Clara Ester for their insights.


Emerging Leaders: Wed, August 26

A panel of young United Methodist leaders will discuss their strategies for changing the world and their encouragement for partners in this work. They will respond to your questions about their vision for how to take action with intention and how the Church can draw from the wisdom of the past and hope for the future. Join panelists Ann Jacob, Theon Johnson III, Andres De Arco, and Katelin Hansen for this important conversation.

August 19: Denominational Town Hall, 10 a.m. PT (General Commission on Religion and Race) 

August 26: Denominational Town Hall, 10 a.m. PT (General Commission on Religion and Race) 

source: https://www.umc.org

ALUM ROCK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
30 Kirk Avenue, San Jose, CA 95127

Phone:  408.258.7368
 

Email:  info@alumrockumc.org


Pastor's Email:  Dale.Tremper@alumrockumc.org


Fax:  408.926.3566

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