Linda Vista United Methodist Church

Welcome to Linda Vista United Methodist Church

Rev. Mary Dang, Vietnamese Ministry

8:30 a.m. Vietnamese Service: Holy Worship with Pastor Mary Dang – maryddang@yahoo.com.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is PASTOR-JERI-HEADSHOT-1.png
Rev. Jeri Newell-Davis, English Ministry

11:00 a.m. English Service: Holy Worship with Pastor Jeri Newell-Davis – jeri@LindaVistaUMC.org.

The first Sunday of every month Holy Communion is offered during the 11:00 worship service.

Following worship is our monthly potluck celebration.

— All are invited and welcome to participate: There is plenty of enough for everyone at the table of grace.

Bible Study with Pastor Jeri at 10:15 a.m. every Sunday.

OFF SITE WORSHIP, SUNDAY, APRIL 28 AT 10:00 A.M.

All are invited. All are welcomed.

Pastor Jeri’s Weekly Letter

The Grace of God

Holy Worship, Sunday, April 7 at 11:00 a.m.
  All are invited. All are welcome.

BISHOP ESCOBEDO-FRANK

Bishop Dottie Escobedo-Frank
Resident Bishop of the Los Angeles Area
California-Pacific Conference of The United Methodist Church

Peace on Earth?

_________________________

Weekly Bible Study (in person) with Pastor Jeri

10:15 a.m. Every Sunday

Contact us for more information.

_________________________

Weekly Prayer Meetings via Zoom with Pastor Jeri

10:00 a.m. Every Thursday

Contact us for more information.

_________________________

Introducing Rev. Dr. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, Resident Bishop of the California-Pacific Conference.

Bishop Dottie has been on the leading edge of church vitalization and transformation. She has served the church and community in progressive roles and responsibilities including working with people on the street, founding a church Farmer’s Market, working with immigrant populations, the opening of The Inn, and gathering a community rich in diversity.

Bishop Dottie is a preacher, speaker, writer, community leader, wife, mother and grandmother.

________________________

What we believe to be true and necessary.

The UMC Constitution

The United Methodist Church proclaims the value of each person as a unique child of God and commits itself to the healing and wholeness of all persons.

The United Methodist Church recognizes that the sin of racism has been destructive to its unity throughout its history. Racism continues to cause painful division and marginalization.

The United Methodist Church shall confront and seek to eliminate racism, whether in organizations or in individuals, in every facet of its life and in society at large.

The United Methodist Church shall work collaboratively with others to address concerns that threaten the cause of racial justice at all times and in all places.

~from The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist Church 2016, paragraph 5

_________________________

CONSPIRE

We stand in a place where opposites come together,

In a world of fault lines and fractures,

awaiting the birth of what is to come.

If you are doubting, welcome.

If you are healing, welcome.

If you are angry at injustice, welcome.

We await a new genesis,

one more beginning in a series of starts,

trailing backwards in time to the very first day.

If you are afraid, welcome.

If you are joyful, welcome.

If you are longing to belong, welcome.

God’s generous rhythm of life, death, resurrection,

moving in and through all things,

the very breath and source of the cosmos itself.

Our pathways converge and continue,

each one of us a catalyst for loving action.

We, a community of saints.

Conspire.

Breathe with us.

~from Conspire, by Father Richard Rohr

Theme: Overlay by Kaira Extra Text
Cape Town, South Africa