Poetry Reading - Sharing the Song With Author Barbara Gray

 A Poetry Reading & Conversation with Barbara Gray

Monday, May 24 at 2:00 p.m.,via Zoom

Barbara Gray Author

What a year it has been. Join us via Zoom and experience a poetry reading by Mountain Shadows’ affiliate member Barbara Gray, from her new book, Sharing the Song

Make a little sense of this past year, enjoy being read-to, and perhaps participate in some conversation about the "song" we share.

You may purchase Sharing the Song for  $19.95 at https://www.lulu.com/shop

.Sharing The Song

Click the following Zoom link to “Sharing the Song” 

Monday, May 24th at 2:00 p.m.




Advent Study: Finding Jesus in History

A 3-part study of the quest for the historical Jesus in the last three centuries, brought to us by the Learning Ministry Team, Mondays, November 30, December 7 and 14, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., via Zoom. What can we know about "the real Jesus of history" and why is there such debate? Registration needed. Please email class instructor Rod Hutton at rodhutton48@gmail.com and he will send you the Zoom link.

ZOOM Worship Service Every Sunday


On World Communion Sunday, October 4, our congregation gathered for a live, online worship via Zoom at 10:00 a.m. 

Encouraged by the enthusiastic response to that service, Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church will gather for worship via Zoom at 10:00 a.m. on each Sunday!

Check your email for information from the Church office about these ZOOM services.

Live, Online Worship and Communion in Real Time Sunday, October 4, 2020, 10:00 a.m.


Live, Online Worship and Communion in Real Time

Sunday, October 4, 2020, 10:00 a.m.

 Watch your email for a message from Mountain Shadows containing the necessary Zoom link to attend the service. You’ll need a device that allows you to access Zoom. If you don’t already have a Zoom account, you’ll need to sign up at zoom.us (which you can do for free) before the October 4th service. Mountain Shadows is not equipped to provide technical support during the service.  

Sunday, October 4, 2020 is World Communion Sunday. We will worship God together in real time, sharing the sacrament of Holy Communion with each other and with Christians across the globe. Before the service, prepare some bread and juice or wine for Communion.

You’ll be encouraged to contribute through Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church to the Peace and Global Witness Offering of the Presbyterian Church (USA). 25% of the offering will support SWERV (Southwest Emergent Response Volunteers), a program for people 18 to 35 years of age, hosted by Presbytery de Cristo.

A video recording of the October 4th worship and Communion service will be created, emailed to the congregation, and posted on Mountain Shadows' YouTube channel as soon as possible following the live Zoom service. Anyone with access to YouTube will be able to access the video.  

November & December Advent Study "Finding Jesus in History"

Advent Study: “Finding Jesus in History.”

A three-part study of the “Quest for the Historical Jesus” in the last 3 centuries, culminating in the a study of the so-called “New Quest”, considering especially works by those such as James Robinson, John Dominic Crossan, and N.T. Wright. What can we know about ‘the real Jesus’, and why is there such debate?

The dates are Mondays, Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14.
Those interested in registering for ths study should contact either the church office or Rod Hutton at rodhutton48@gmail.com.

October Educational Offering: “Hell, the Dead, and Christ’s Victory”

October Educational Offering: “Hell, the Dead, and Christ’s Victory”

The stores have their Halloween supplies front and center! In our spiritual preparation for the celebration of All Hallows Eve (Oct. 31) and All Saint’s Day (Nov. 1), Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church is offering a three-session study of the topic during the month of October. Mark your calendars for Mondays, Oct. 5, 12 and 19, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. each of those days. The three planned sessions are:

Oct. 5: The Concept of Hell and the Netherworld in Ancient and Biblical Tradition

Oct. 12: Christ’s ‘Descent into Hell’ in Christian Tradition

Oct. 19: The Festival of the ‘Dia de los Muertos’ in popular (Hispanic) Culture

Please contact Rod Hutton to indicate your interest in joining our Zoom conversations, including your email address. We hope that you might consider preparing for the little Trick-Or-Treaters with some theological reflection. Rod’s email: rodhutton48@gmail.com

Director of Music Leadership 9 Year Anniversary

Please join everyone in our congregation as we recognize Charmaine Piane Dame celebrating her ninth year as our Director of Music.
Her talents and leadership are a blessing for our Church.

CPD and ChoirCharmaine Celebration



Sign-up for Tai Chi Beginners

Laura Carey is leading a NEW Tai Chi class for Beginner's on Tuesdays 10am -11am  starting September 15th. 
Contact Laura to sign up and get your Zoom invite.  Most of the exercises can be done from an armchair in your own home.  
Stay active, stay balanced, and come exercise with your church friends! 
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Good, True, and Beautiful: Three Ways of Loving God

Good True Beautiful

A Gathering for Spiritual Formation and Practice among Friends
Presented online by Pastor Rachel Srubas, via Zoom
Wednesday mornings, September 30, October 14, and October 28 at 10:00
Deepen your own relationship with God and honor others’ ways, too.
All are welcome. All are beloved by God.

All are encouraged to email rachelsrubas@gmail.com to receive the necessary Zoom link to join this gathering.

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