All persons are individuals of sacred worth.
Whatever your race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation including lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer/questioning (LGBTQ), economic reality, marital or family status, physical or mental ability, age, background, or religious tradition, you are accepted as a full participant in the life and work of this Reconciling United Methodist Congregation.
You are God's beloved and welcome here.
Todas las personas son individuos de valor sagrado.
Sea cual sea su raza, etnia, identidad de género, orientación sexual incluyendo lesbianas, gays, bi-sexuales, transgénero, queer / questioning (LGBTQ), la realidad económica, la situación matrimonial o familiar, la condición física o mental habilidad, edad, antecedentes o tradición religiosa, se le acepta como un participante en la vida y el trabajo de este Reconciling United Methodist Congregación.
Tú eres el amado de Dios y bienvenido aquí.
Book Study on the topic of racism
Monday, October 5, we start a 5-week study on the book, Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism, written by Drew G. Hart. Email us for details.
Visit our blog here to read notes from the pastors.
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Fellowship opportunities via Zoom:
– Weekly Check-in on Wednesdays at 7pm
– Adult Bible Class on Sundays at 9am
Email us for more info and the Zoom link
Aid for El Maguey
El Maguey is a neighborhood in the city of Atotonilco, Mexico where our little sister church Cristo Vive is located. The people of El Maguey have been especially hard hit during this pandemic due to lack of work, lack of medical care access, and a tornado in June that caused a lot of damage.
Looking after the people who live in El Maguey is a long-term need. Please make any monetary donations you can. Send your check, made out to FUMCatSJ, to the church at 24 N 5th St, San Jose, CA 95112. Please label it “El Maguey” in the memo line.
Click here for more information and photos.