| April 26, 2014
Menlo Park Campus, Fellowship Hall
On the last Saturday of each month, our MPPC Hearts for Homeless ministry provides an evening of food, fellowship, Bingo, and fun for about 75 unhoused guests from our surrounding community.
We are a family-friendly MPPC ministry working in partnership with Rebuilding Together Peninsula one weekend a month to assist elderly, ill, and needy homeowners with their house maintenance. Our projects are designed to be fun for the whole family (all ages), and completed within 4-6 hours by a group of 8-12 volunteers.
| April 27, 2014
Trip dates are August 3-6. The team will build a small, solidly built house for a deserving family in the community whom the church has selected. The work takes place in the colonias which are about 30 miles outside of Juarez. Application deadline is June 1.
Gather together with other moms of all ages with "kids" in all stages to enjoy brunch, fellowship and a message of encouragement. This year, special Guest Speaker, Kathi Lipp will share on the topic of Praying God's Word for Your Life.
| May 4, 2014
Menlo Park Campus, Sanctuary
Join us as we hear from N.T. Wright, the former Bishop of Durham in the Church of England and one of the leading Bible scholars of our day. MPPC will host a dialogue with Professor Wright, considering some of the most difficult questions we face when it comes to understanding and living a Christian faith in the modern era.
| May 4, 2014
Camp Verde, Arizona
Trip dates are August 2-8. Our team will work at Rainbow Acres, a Christian community for developmentally disabled adults. We will get to know the residents through playing games, doing crafts, engaging in ranch activities, and tBible studies. We will also do some work on the property to improve and maintain the facilities. Application deadline is May 24.
Menlo Park Campus, Family Library
You and your child(ren) are invited to join us as we grow in our understanding and explain the significance of the sacrament of communion. The teaching is targeted for children in the 4th and 5th grades but younger children can participate if the parent feels their child is ready.
| May 8, 2014 - May 29, 2014
Menlo Park Campus, Room C-21
This is a four-week class we run several times a year. Learn how to apply Christ’s teachings and the scriptures to transform your negative feelings about yourself and your life situations into positive ones. Also learn about the cause and care for addictions.
| May 15, 2014 - May 18, 2014
San Jose, CA
We will engage with the homeless population of San Jose, CA with our MPPC ministry partner, Cityteam. Trip dates are February 27-March 2. We will stay at the Cityteam facilities, visit a homeless camp, follow the process Cityteam uses to get people off the street, prepare and eat meals with the homeless and Cityteam recovery clients, and work in Cityteam’s homeless shelter. Application deadline is April 25.
The Cafe, 700 Santa Cruz Ave., Menlo Park
All middle and high school girls (grades 6-12) are invited to GLAM -- a night dedicated to talking about issues and struggles that girls in our society are facing: body-image, identity, our thought life, appearance, eating disorders, image-obsession, worth; value, and more.