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  • Music Director, Andy Riggs, will be collecting photos of Rick Parks for a video tribute. Rick served as the former church accompanist and passed away on February 18. If you have photos of Rick, please send them to Andy. 


  • The Roots & Fruits online contemplative practice will meet Sunday, March 7 and Sunday, March 21 from 5:00-6:00pm. If you are planning to participate, please contact the church office for more information.


  • VESPERS ON THE POINT: We will resume our monthly Vespers on The Point on Sunday, March 7 at 4:30pm. Please remember that health and safety protocols will be closely observed (facial masks covering nose and mouth, physical distancing, health screening, and checks). Reservations are required through the Google Form link below (volunteers are contacting those without internet access). Capacity is limited to 50 people and those who RSVP will receive a confirmation email before the service. Those living in the same household can be seated together and should RSVP on the same form. We will not be able to accommodate those without a reservation, so please be sure to list everyone who plans to attend on your form. Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 3 by contacting the church office.


  • THE STORY BIBLE STUDY: We have resumed our weekly study of The Story on Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30pm. On Tuesday, March 2, we will explore Chapter 19: The Return Home. All are welcome to join! Contact the church for Zoom info.


  • You are invited to follow Pastor Mary Sue, Pastor Iona, and Pastor Petra throughout the Lenten season as they offer daily devotionals from the UCC's 2021 Lent Devotional, Promises, Promises. You are invited to follow these daily moments of reflection, mediation, and prayer on POVUCC's Facebook and Instagram accounts. Click here for access to POVUCC's Facebook page or here for access to the POVUCC Instagram account. 


  • Kristi Lin shares news of her first art exhibition at the Japanese Friendship Garden! Now until March 31st, Kristi's large woven installation Borrowed Scenery is on view outside in the Upper Garden plaza next to the office. The exhibit will be open when the Garden is open. 

    Info for virtual and in-person visits: 
    https://www.niwa.org/exhibits-list/scener