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The Rev. Andrew Kille, a longtime friend of New Community, will be preaching and leading the communion service on this coming Sunday. The sermon will be “What God has made clean, you must not call profane,” based on the story … Continue reading
Folks in the neighborhood might be interested in this gathering to be held at DeAnza College on May 1: A2K: Access to Knowledge A2K = a human right On May Day, the traditional celebration day for liberation join Dr. Chrystalee … Continue reading
The Spring Cleaning Lent e-Calendar is now available for free from the UCC. It offers a thought, fact, or suggested spiritual discipline for each day during Lent. Example: Sunday, February 17 Sundays are actually “in” Lent but not “of” Lent. … Continue reading
On August 19, 2012 at New Community, Bob Strayer will be focusing on “Back to Basics: Religion 101,” a presentation of five major dimensions of religious life: believing, beholding, becoming, behaving, and belonging. He will be illustrating these dimensions from … Continue reading
On July 15, we welcome Rev. Andy Kille, a longtime friend and frequent preacher at New Community. A former pastor of Grace Baptist Church in San Jose, he is the current editor of BibleWorkbench (www.bibleworkbench.org), a resource for encountering the … Continue reading
Non-Violence in the Egyptian Revolution Saturday, April 28, 2012, 2:00 pm New Community of Faith 6350 Rainbow Drive, San Jose The popular uprising in Egypt has unleashed a revolutionary process in which the military, business elites, workers and secular youth, … Continue reading
I recently had a dream about a hooded, dark, and very silent figure. In the dream I am quite frightened, and I woke with a start. Our bedroom is never fully dark because we sleep with the curtains pulled back. … Continue reading
Worship Time: Sundays 11:15 a.m. We are an Open, Welcoming and Affirming family church believing that Christ calls everyone without prejudice or distinction to love and worship God. Whoever you are; wherever you are on the journey; whomever you call … Continue reading