Annual Thanksgiving Dinner When: Friday, November 20 at 7:30pm Where: Cumberland Presbyterian Chinese Church
Having trouble communicating with your parents? Wish your relationship with your parents is better? Come and review this bilingual (Cantonese and English) workshop conducted by Rev. Walter Lau especially for youth following the link here
Meet the Bible is a day-by-day book of biblically inspired meditations written with Gen-Xers in mind. In fact, “fresh” is a word that the authors often use to describe this innovative blend of Scripture and devotionals. While traditional devotionals often lack the substance that can be found in Scripture, daily reading Bibles are often too dense and time-consuming for the average 20-something reader. Using brief but direct excerpts from Scripture, the authors guide readers to the Bible’s key passages, themes, and events, in which the youthfully and culturally sophisticated commentary by Philip Yancey and Brenda Quinn helps them understand the...
Thanks to those who contribute. We have reached 72% of the raised amount as of 10/11. The fundraising efforts for Urbana are still going on. If you need to send in a check, please make payable to CPCC and under memo write: Urbana.
October is Clergy Appreciation Month. Take some times to appreciate your pastors and any clergy workers through out the month! For more information, please see visit http://www.parsonage.org/cam/index.cfm
Dr. Luis Palau’s sermon on 09/27/2009 is now available online.
Date: 10/02/2009 Time: 7:30 PM Come, have a joyous Chinese Moon Festival through games, music, sharing and snacks!
Cumberland Life Enrichment Course: Basic Theology 401 Lesson 6 – “Charismatic Movement” Available Online
Cumberland Life Enrichment Course: Basic Theology 401 Lesson 6 – “Charismatic Movement” workshop available online
China Graduate School of Theology, has organized a special Bible Study focusing on the Book of Leviticus on every Thursdays from 9/17-11/5/09 in Sunset Church – 3638 Lawton St. For detail information, please refer to poster on bulletin board or visit http://cgstus.org/index.php
San Francisco Chinatowns Park and Ride program is a weekend-validated reduced rate parking and free shuttle program just outside of Chinatown. Please click HERE for details.