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  • he Southern California Nevada Conference Annual Gathering will be held virtually on Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12. Please check out this link to the SCNC for additional details and registration when it become available. 


  • Since October, we have offered monthly worship outdoors on the Point for those who are interested. For outdoor worship on May 2, we have decided to gather at our normal 10:00am hour rather than in the evening. This service will replace our Sunday morning Zoom worship FOR MAY 2 ONLY, but it will be available to view remotely by livestream. As with our Zoom services, the order of worship will be an abridged LIVE version of the pre-recorded resources that are emailed in our Saturday "Worship from Home" PDF. Covid-19 protocols will remain in place, and a reservation to attend will be required as space is limited. Please remember to list all participants from your household on the form to ensure space for each individual in your party. Reserve your spot today by completing this Google Form or calling the church office at 619-276-4881. Please note that registration will close at 4:00pm on Wednesday, April 28. Confirm your spot today! Contact us at office@povucc.org if you have any questions. 


  • he Story bible study will be cancelled on Tuesday, April 20. The study will return Tuesday, April 27 from 3:30-4:30pm when the group will discuss Chapter 24: No Ordinary Man.
     


  • The Roots & Fruits online contemplative practice will meet Sunday, April 18 from 5:00-6:00pm. If you are planning to participate, please send an email to Jimi Valiente-Neighbors via the church office.  When you contact Jimi, please share your full name. An ASL interpreter is now available for this meeting. Please contact Jimi one week prior to make arrangements.


  • PAAM WEBINAR: Join the United Church of Christ for an expanded edition of "Thursdays for the Soul" as leaders and members from the UCC Pacific Islander & Asian American Ministries (PAAM) offer prayers, reflections, and song for collective lament, grieving, a call of national repentance, hope for healing and forgiveness on Thursday, April 15 at 12:30pm. Followed by a panel presentation and discussion calling for action on how UCC congregations and the wider church can help respond to counter the increasing harassment and violence aimed at our AAPI siblings, sisters and brothers. Please register for this event here.