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New Membership Class

3/17 @noon to 2pm – Grab some food and find out more about BMUC and what you can do to join the church (hint: it’s very simple).  If you are interested in joining the church and becoming a full member, I hope you will take this class.  You’ll find out about the history of our church, why we are called BMUC, more about your church staff, and you’ll have the chance to ask any questions you’d like. Find out how you can be involved in the church, the different resources available to you, and what we can do for you!  Please sign up by contacting me at craig@bmuc.org or calling the church office or just talking to me and letting me know you’d like to take part.

Clothing Donations

There is a bin in the church foyer for clothing donations being collected by Missions.

SAVE THE DATE!

Our 61st annual all-church bazaar will be held on May 26th this year. Your participation and input are encouraged and appreciated.

Vacation Bible School

July 15-19. Please let your family, friends and neighbors know we will be having VBS so they can plan ahead! Contact Lynnie at bmuchurch@gmail.com for more info.

BMU Calendar

Check our Google calendar on our website, bmuc.org, or access it directly here: https://tinyurl.com/bmucalendar . If you would like to make a reservation to use the church, please contact Cassie at bmuchurch@gmail.com

Early Bird Sunday Coffee

There is coffee in the entry from 9:45-10:15am before our Sunday Worship Services. We hope our visitors will arrive early too. Come and mingle!

Saturday, April 13, 4-7pm: Palestinian Pilgrimage Stories, Songs, Film & Dinner $25 Castro Valley UMC 19806 Wisteria St Castro Valley 94546. Click below for flyer. http://www.bmuc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Fund-Raiser-for-Wadi-Foquin.pdf

Spring Forward

Daylight Savings time begins on March 10. Remember to set your clocks forward by 1 hour.

Drive Carefully – increased traffic enforcement

A message from Berkeley Police Department: Over the next month, members of the Berkeley Police Department will be conducting increased traffic enforcement throughout the city. Officers will be looking for violations made by drivers that put the community at risk. These violations include drivers speeding, making illegal turns, failing to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks and failing to stop for signs/signals. In addition to this enforcement, officers will also be looking for impaired and/or distracted drivers. Since the beginning of the year, there have been over 45 collisions throughout the city where people have been injured. Our hope is that this increased enforcement will make our community and roadways safer.