Our worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday morning. All children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors welcome. We have childcare available but children of all ages are welcome to join us for the service. Sunday School is held in Haver Hall, upstairs in Room 1. Our chapel is wheelchair accessible with disabled parking in the back of the church adjacent to the chapel. If other assistance is needed or you have other special needs, the ushers are ready to assist you.
Visitors are warmly invited to the Parlor, directly across from the main entrance to the Chapel for refreshments and conversation following the service.
Communion is held in the Chapel the first Sunday of the month following the regular worship service.
Richard is a longtime student of mythology as a pathway for both psychological and spiritual development. He has a doctorate in Mythological Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute, home of the Joseph Campbell Library and Archives. He shared this sermon, titled "Holding On and Letting Go," during our Zoom Sunday Service on July 26, 2020.
Our first service of August included Rev. Carolyn West's sermon titled, "Where Prophecies Fail," as well as contributions from Northbrae's accompanist Debra Golata, soloist Jacqueline Andersen, Scripture read by Ron Nunn, and a sacred story written by Shirley Streshinsky and read by Barbara Hill.
Northbrae's first service in its Guest Teachers and Guest Students series featured Rev. Larry Foy from Oakland-based Interfaith Movement for Humanity Integrity, as well as a conversation with young Northbrae congregant Crystal Swan.
Sunday Service, September 6, 2020 Sermon “Letting Go of Creeds” ---- Rev. Carolyn West