BBQ Potluck Welcome Celebration
On Sunday, July 20th, CUMC will celebrate the appointment of Reverend Kathi McShane with a tri-tip BBQ potluck to welcome her.
Please bring a salad, side dish, or rolls/bread, to share with 8-10 persons. Circle your name on the attendance pad to estimate atendance.
Countdown to Relay for Life
The Cheerful Ultra Mighty Winners, will join 51 other teams at the Campbell Relay for Life on Saturday and Sunday, July 12th and 13th.
Everyone is invited to walk a lap with team members, or
attend the luminaria lighting ceremony on Saturday at 9:00 p.m., at the Campbell track. For more information, contact Susan Sargent, Team Captain.
San Jose Giants Imagine A World Without Malaria
The United Methodist Community of San Jose is sponsoring an evening of baseball with proceeds going to the Imagine No Malaria campaign.
July 20th at 5:00 p.m., Tickets are $7 per person.
Support Campbell United Methodist Church. There are several ways you can help financially support CUMC without spending more than you do already. Click here for some alternatives
Food for Thought
Second Harvest Food Bank During the summer months, many children won't have access to school-provided lunches. You can help Second Harvest fill that gap -- and help fill hungry tummies!
When you're in the grocery store, please consider picking up a few of the nutritious, non-perishable, single-serving foods shown below throughout the summer. They will be used in programs for children.
Second Annual All-Handbell Concert
May 18, 2014's second annual all-handbell concert was a huge success. Here are some photos
- D.B. wrote "very impressive"
- B.R. said " a big hit was the bluegrass piece, bravo performance"
For more comments and media presentations, click here Second Annual All-Handbell Concert
Inmate Art Captivates the Crowd
Stunning! Incredible! Beautiful! Wow! These exclamations may still be reverberating within the Halls of Justice
as they were echoed over and over again by visitors who attended the opening of Transformation: Art from Within,
an exhibit displaying a collection of artwork created by women and men incarcerated at the Elmwood Correctional Facility in Milpitas, California.