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Events (Page 25)

Learn about upcoming and past MPC events via this weblog.

Adult Education Spring 2011 Classes

There are thirteen adult education classes scheduled through June, six of which start in February. Join MPC Friends and Family to participate in classes including a lively discussion of the Sermon on the Mount, viewing and discussion of films about food issues, and a study of the relevancy of the Ten Commandments for our lives today.

Book Discussion with Jane Rubey

Join MPC Family member Jane Rubey for a brunch celebrating her book on living with cancer – SURPRISE! I’M STILL HERE!!: Living with Incurable Cancer. The brunch will be held on Sunday, January 23, at 11:30 in the Thornhill Room, and Marge Moser will host Jane for the discussion.

Bolivian Brunch with Jay Gregory

Jay Gregory in BoliviaJay Gregory, the interim Joining Hands Companionship Facilitator, will speak at a brunch on Sunday, January 16th about his experiences in Bolivia. Enjoy Jay’s wonderful photos of Bolivia and tales of what it is like to coordinate the work of the 11 networked member organizations of UMAVIDA, to host a US delegation visit, to work with the Youth Environmental Congress delegates, and to observe the ongoing magic of social movements in Latin American up close and personal.

Major Work Winter 2010

During celebration on Sunday, December 19th, the MPC choir and a viol consort will perform several settings of the Magnificat. Please join us for these works by William Byrd, Thomas Tallis and Orlando Gibbons, three of Renaissance-era England’s greatest composers.

Youth Group Water Project

The Water Project continues until next week, 11/24. The youth group invites you to give up all beverages except water, and collect the money you save to send to a group building wells in Africa and India…

‘Stop the Violence’ Community Forum

On Friday, October 8th, MPC will host a community forum: “Stop the Violence- Innovative Approaches That Work”. All are invited to join us and learn about “Ceasefire,” funded by Measure Y, and why Measure BB must pass Nov. 2 for it to continue.

Storytellers Program: Mixed Nuts

Tickets for MIXED NUTS, our annual program of original writings, are on sale after celebration in the Family Room. Anita & Emery Garriott, Bertha Reilly and Bud Sisson share a medley of lively, poignant, hilarious and sometimes horrifying family and growing-up memories, as well as current reflections.

MPC Hosts Forum on Global Land Grab

Anuradha Mittal, internationally known activist and speaker on food and economics, will talk about Oakland Institute’s new report “(Mis)Investment in Agriculture: The Role of the International Finance Corporation in the Global Land Grab” at Montclair Presbyterian Church on Friday, June 4, at 7:30 p.m. The event is open to public.