Tuesday, March 31, 2015

St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church
7932 Mountain Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94605
(510) 635-4949
April 2nd - Maundy Thursday - 6:30 pm - Soup Supper, Eucharist
with footwashing (optional)
April 3rd - Good Friday Service - 7:30 pm - with Church Without Walls
April 4th - Holy Saturday - Set up Easter Day - bring flowers - 10 am
April 5th - Easter Day - 10 am - with Church Without Walls
Directions: Take Rt 580 East, Exit Keller Ave., go left over the freeway - the church is on the corner of Mountain Blvd and Keller Ave - turn right into the parking lot.

Thursday, January 02, 2014

“Bread for the Journey”

St. Cuthbert’s Church Adult Education Classes
Wednesdays, January 8th – February 26th, 2014
7 – 8:30 pm,
St. Cuthbert's Parish Hall

Taught by the Rev. Pamela Cranston
And the Rev. John Rawlinson

Classes are for everyone -- whether you are a newcomer or long time member.

Come join us! If you have ever been curious to know more about:
  • The Bible,
  • Church History
  • the Episcopal Church
  • the Book of Common Prayer
  • what Holy Communion means
  • tough questions like: why is there suffering?
  • what Episcopalians believe 
  • or how to pray.
Come to all classes or whenever you can. (Light potluck)

For questions - contact Pamela at (510) 655-7243 or pcranstn@pacbell.net

Saturday, June 15, 2013


SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2013

10 a.m.

A joint Gospel service
of St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church
Church Without Walls
(American Baptist Churches of the West)


St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church
7932 Mountain Blvd. (off Rt 580 E. exit at Keller Ave., go left)
Oakland, CA 94605
(510) 635-4949

Come join us for a service of joyful Gospel music with St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Oakland,
 and Church Without Walls (American Baptist Church of the West.)

Saturday, February 16, 2013

NICOLA JANE PECK Obituary - Oakland Tribune

(May 22, 1938 - February 1, 2013)

Nicola Jane Peck, aged seventy-four years, passed away peacefully with daughter Caroline and husband Brian at her side. She was weaned from life support five days after a drowning incident in the ocean off of Nuevo Val¬larta, Mexico. Nicola had won her golf tournament by one stroke just two hours previously, so she went out a winner!

Nicola was born in Liverpool, England just prior to the outbreak of World War II. She was educated at Chelten¬ham Ladies College and obtained her nursing degree at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London. With her best friend Hilary Hatrick, Nicola decided to experience the United States for a couple of years. They crossed from east to west driving their beloved “Ruthie,” settling in San Francisco. As fate would have it, at a “Brit” party she met husband-to-be Brian; the rest, as they say, is history.

Nicola, through her calling as a Registered Nurse, worked for a couple of years until it was time to raise a family. As a full-time Mother for the next twelve years, Nicola did a wonderful job of nurturing and teaching their three chil¬dren. They were packed off to Redwood Christian School in Castro Valley and San Leandro, where Caroline and Susan (Sue) graduated as valedictorian. Graham, like his Dad, was a late bloomer, but ended up with a Doctorate in History from Northwestern University, and teaches at St. Xavier University near Chicago. Sue is a 1990 gradu¬ate of West Point Military Academy, served her country in two foreign conflicts in the 1990’s and is a bookkeeper at Providence Christian Academy near Atlanta. Caroline is board certified in Obstetrics/Gynecology and General Preventive Medicine/Public Health and is a civil servant in Sacramento at the California Department of Public Health. Nicola had a life-long love affair with her children and grandchildren and was the ROCK of the Peck household who made everything possible.

In 1978, Nicola began working for Alameda County at Fairmont Hospital in San Leandro, at first part-time and later full-time. Ironically, her last day there, in June 2003, was the same day the hospital closed as an Urgent Care Facility.

At the age of forty-eight, Nicola and Brian commenced SERIOUS traveling to many places around the world for the next twenty-six years. Both she and hubby were avid golfers as well. Nicola will be missed by her Lady Golfer friends due to her cheerful, friendly and caring personal¬ity.

Nicola is preceded in death by her parents, Dr. Alec and Maureen Kirk Wilson; and is survived by her devoted hus¬band Brian, daughters Caroline Peck of Sacramento; Sue Randrup of Lilburn, GA, her husband Andy and grand¬children Kevin and Joshua; and son Graham Peck of Oak Lawn, IL, his wife Rosemary and grandchildren Nicola and Sylvia. In England, Nicola is survived by her sister Anne Kiggell and family and her brother Alexander Kirk Wilson and family.

A Funeral Service, followed by a celebration of Nicola’s life, will be held on Saturday, March 16th at 2 PM at St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church (capacity of 100+) at 7932 Mountain Blvd, Oakland CA. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in Nicola’s name be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. www.stjudes.org

A private burial service at sea, with the scattering of Nicola’s Ashes over the Pacific Ocean, will be held the following day near Half Moon Bay. Nicola’s sister Anne will be the Celebrant.

St. Cutbert's Church - Installation of Vicar & Deacon

St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church

Loving, Joyful, Inclusive and Creative

The Wardens and Bishop’s Committee


Saint Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church invite you to

the Renewal of Ministry

and Welcoming of a New Vicar & New Deacon

Please join us on Tuesday, March 5, 2013

at 7 p.m.

for the installations of

the Reverend Pamela Lee Cranston

as Vicar of St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church


the Reverend Pamela Hann Carey

as Deacon of St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church


St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church

7932 Mountain Blvd.

Oakland, CA 94605

The Right Reverend Marc Handley Andrus, Presiding

clergy: red stoles

Reception in the Parish Hall

RSVP: stcuddy@aol.com by March 1, 2013

Saturday, February 02, 2013

Funeral for Doris Bodilly Hagen

(February 4, 1922 - January 17, 2013)

Friday, February 8, 2013 at 6:30 pm

St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church
7932 Mountain Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94605

Pray for the repose of the soul of Doris B. Hagen, a pillar of St Cuthbert's Church, Oakland. She was there from the beginning of the St. Cuthbert's Church in 1947and headed the altar guild for over 50 years. A hard worker, she volunteered in the office, was a major organizer of fund raisers like the annual flea market, and served on vestry and other committees. She died yesterday after a long and productive life. Please remember also her husband, Paul, and their daughter Carol Plemmons and grandchildren.

Vicky Gay has agreed to coordinate food for a reception after the service. Vicky will be putting out a request soon, or you can contact her at vbrooksgay@aol.com or 510-381-4948

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Holy Week


St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church

Palm Sunday - 10 am - Palm Procession in the church

Maundy Thursday - 7 pm - Footwashing and Eucharist

Good Friday - 7 pm  - with Church Without Walls and
United Lutheran Church

Easter Day - 10 am - with a Caribbean steel drum band
with Church Without Walls
Easter Egg Hunt - children 10 and under
Potluck Reception in the Parish Hall afterwards

7932 Mountain Blvd. (at Keller Ave, off Rt 580)
Oakland, CA 94605
(510) 635-4949

Parking Lot and Street Parking available

Directions: Take Rt 580, exit at Keller Ave., go left to Mountain Blvd & Keller Ave. – the church is on the corner. (Good for both directions from Rt 580 East & West.)

Sunday, November 20, 2011

St. Cuthbert's Caribbean Fest

St. Cuthbert's Caribbean Fest
October 22, 2011





Special thanks goes to Colleen and Stephen Tiffenson of Masmakers.com: http://www.masmakers.com/

Plus thanks to the Rev. Pamela Cranston, Betty-Jo Gerton, Mike MacDonald Maggie, Katie, & Allie Love, Don Silva, Bill Baillie, Dotty Reesor, Nancy Olson, Stephanie Clemens, Chris, Emily and David. for making this fun day possible!

Monday, October 10, 2011


(March 26, 1945 – September 24, 2011)

Judith Frances Byrd Ming was born in Tuskegee, Alabama on March 26, 1945 to Roscoe W. and Audrey B. Byrd. Judith (Judi) relocated to Chicago, Illinois at the age of 12 and graduated from Parker High School in 1963. Judi returned to Tuskegee, AL and enrolled in Tuskegee Institute (later renamed Tuskegee University), where she received a BS degree in Interior Design in 1968.

After graduating from college, Judi moved to Oakland, CA along with her classmate Philippia Wilson Pegram. Judi began a career working as a Teller with Wells Fargo Bank in San Francisco, California. She also worked for several other banks in the San Francisco/Bay Area. She then ventured into the private industry, where she worked in the accounting department for Hills Brother Coffee Co, and later entered into the insurance industry working for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of California as well as a few other insurance companies. Following her desire to teach Judi entered a master’s program in Education at California State University-Hayward. Though she did not complete the master’s program, she still pursued her dream by obtaining a teaching certificate and became a substitute teacher. She taught in Oakland, Hayward and several other school districts in the East Bay. She also worked part time for the Friends of Oakland Parks and Recreation. For the last 12 years she worked as an administrative assistant for Danny Glover at Carrie Productions, Inc.

In 1970 Judi met her future husband, James (Jim) A. Ming. As Jim tells it, they met while she was a teller at Wells Fargo Bank. She would wait on him and when she took a look at his paycheck deposits, bells started to ring. They began dating in 1972 and were married on December 21, 1974. Jim’s nicknames for Judi were Chick or Chickie, which he picked up from her father. Judi’s personal nickname for Jim was Mingie.

Judi and Jim had greats times traveling domestically and internationally. Whenever they traveled internationally, they always flew rather than took cruises. They enjoyed spending time with the local people and experiencing the local daily life.

Judi was very creative: she loved ceramics, quilting, scrapbooking, sewing, decorating and, of course - as all of her friends knew - she loved to shop. But she also loved her family. Any of her cousins, nieces, nephews, godchildren and in-laws knew this. She was always trying to establish relationships with relatives, friends and strangers. A devoted wife and friend to many, Judi was one of the most wonderful people that you could ever meet. She believed in her friends and the importance of following your dreams. She was a people person who was very outgoing and loved to talk and interact. Jim loves her and will miss her dearly.

Judi was a member of the Tuskegee Alumni Association and St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church in Oakland, California for many years where she was a contributor, organizer and fundraiser for the church. She was a dedicated supporter of Ladies in Red (a woman’s motivational group) also in Oakland, California. Known for her fun and bubbly nature, Judi will be greatly missed by many of her friends from St. Cuthbert's Church.

A viewing was held at The Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Ave, Oakland, CA on Saturday, October 8, 2011 from 4pm - 8pm. Funeral services were held on Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 2 pm at the same location, presided by the Rev. Pamela Cranston, Vicar of St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church, Oakland, CA. The musicians and singers were from St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church: Mark Daniel, Music Director and Sharon Vaughn. Eulogies were given by: Bettina Byrd-Giles, LaToya Hnarakis, Michelle Chapman, Danny Glover & the Rev. Pamela Cranston.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011


A Workshop with

Sarah Lewis & Fr. Luke Buckles, O.P.
For many of us, the prayers of petition and intercession we pray in church satisfy our desire for connection with God. But some of us wonder if there is more. As it turns out, there is more. Over the centuries, people have found ways of praying that can open up a whole new experience of relating with God. These kinds of prayer have been called “mystical” although there is nothing strange about them, and those known as "mystics" are the people who have sought to get to know God in a more personal way than usually happens in communal worship settings.

To give yourself an opportunity to explore these types of prayer and ways of connecting with God, in a group with others who are interested in the same thing, consider coming to courses offered at St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church this summer.

July 11 - 15, 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
This is an introduction to the various types of prayer, including the Jesus prayer, lectio divina, Ignatian-style praying, centering prayer and mindfulness. The historical background, the saints connected with each type of prayer, and a chance to try each one are part of the course.

PRAY LIKE A MYSTIC Part II (Pre-requisite, Part I) - $125
July 18 - 22, 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Using the methods of prayer taught in the first week, we go deeper into connecting with God. We explore symbols, experiment with new images of God, explore Trinitarian mysticism, and encounter “Fusion Prayer”© -- a way of bringing mindfulness together with sitting in the presence of God.

Instructors: Sarah Lewis (Episcopalian) (All Souls in Berkeley) & Fr. Luke Buckles (Dominican)

+ Sarah is a spiritual director who has been working in Berkeley since 1993.

+ Luke teaches Spirituality at the GTU, and at the Angelicum in Rome.

They have been teaching these courses together since 1998. This is the first time the courses have been offered outside of the Graduate Theological Union.

These courses are open to people of every denomination and religion.
Suggested donation is $125/course per week.

Place of classes:

St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church
7932 Mountain Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94605

(510) 635-4949

Free parking available

Directions: (Take Rt 580 East, exit Keller Ave., go left over freeway - the church is on the corner of Mountain Blvd and Keller Ave.)

To sign up: send us an email, with your first and last name and phone number. Please indicate which class you would like to attend.

For information and registration contact: Tom Slocumb (510) 978-2886: tslocumb@yahoo.com

Sarah Victoria Lewis

Sarah was born in Fort Worth Texas in 1947, and baptized in the Episcopal church. Because her father was a choir director, she was exposed to several different Protestant denominations as a child, but joined the Episcopal girl’s choir at St. Michael and All Angels in Concord, Ca and was confirmed. She finished a B.A. in Italian at Cal Berkeley in 1968, and became one of the many young people in her generation seeking spiritual truth.

She stayed at a Cenacle Retreat House (Roman Catholic) in Carmichael Ca for 3 1/2 months in 1971. There she was introduced to the basics of prayer and discernment. This experience was a revelation and set the direction of her life. She returned to the Cenacle a year later to make the Ignatian Exercises. After that, Christ became the focus of her life. She lived at a Christian commune in Northern California for 2 ½ years.

Later she went back to school at CSUH in Religious Studies. She studied Systematic Theology (Buddhist and Christian) at Pacific School of Religion (M.A. 1992) and also Applied Spirituality at USF (M.A.S. 1996). People started coming to her for spiritual direction in 1993 and that has been her primary occupation ever since. She lives in Berkeley, gardens and loves cats. In 1990, she joined All soul’s Episcopal Church in Berkeley.

She met Fr Luke Buckles when she took his course in Christian mysticism in 1989. They have enjoyed teaching together since 1998.

“I felt I received the secret treasures of the church at the Cenacle, and sharing those gifts with other people has been my joy ever since.”

The sisters drilled two things into me: God likes people and really wants to communicate with them, and, everyone can learn to perceive Him/Her. I was amazed that I didn‘t have to be ‘holy‘ or a ‘saint‘ or someone special. I was just me, and that was enough.”

“Also, because I didn’t know anything about prayer or listening for God, and they taught me, I have a lot of confidence anyone can learn.”

To read a whimsical paper by Sarah entitled: “Drop Kick Me Jesus though the Goal Posts of Life” visit the following website http://www.pcts.org/meetings/dropkick.html

Fr. Luke Buckles, O.P.

Luke was born April 22, 1949, in Des Moines, Iowa. Raised a Lutheran, he had his first exposure to Catholicism at age 10 and was received into the Church in his late teens. On his way toward a career in medicine he heard the call to priesthood and the Dominicans. After completing his B.A., in Anthropology and Psychology at UCSD 1972, he entered the Dominicans in September, 1972. He was ordained to the priesthood March 17, 1978. He continued his education, concluding with a Doctorate in Theology, 1985. He then began teaching at the Dominican School in Berkeley, CA. In 2005 he was invited to teach at the Angelicum in Rome, and returns to Berkeley only to teach the summer course “Pray Like a Mystic” with Sarah.

Luke has a deep devotion to St. Thomas Aquinas and speaks of Thomas’ teaching that it is “God’s will to be our friend,” and also his understanding that “the spiritual life is the real life of the Christian.”

Luke believes that the most important thing about prayer is that it is a relationship, a dialogue, not a monologue.

He wrote the chapter on Christianity for The Complete Idiot's Guide to World's Religions by Brandon Toropov and Luke Buckles.

To read an article by Luke about dealing with injustice and forgiveness entitled: “Naming the Nails: The Pain of Injustice and the Gift of Compassion”.

Visit http://www.op-stjoseph.org/blog/naming_the_nails

Course Descriptions and Syllabus

Fr. Luke Buckles, o.p., and Sarah Lewis, (Episcopalian)
July 11-15, 2010, Monday through Friday, 9:000 AM to 12:30 PM

This is a user-friendly, hands-on course. We will cover the traditional methods of mystical Christian prayer, and link each type of prayer to one or more of the well-known mystics associated with that form of prayer including: the Desert Fathers, Benedict of Nursia, Ignatius of Loyola, Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Thomas Merton, Jonathan Edwards, and Seraphim of Sarov. We will seek to understand how the styles of prayer fit with the historical and cultural settings as well as with the personalities and ministries of the mystics.
Prayer techniques will be taught in class, with time to try them and discuss them. Class members will be encouraged to adapt the methods in ways that help them feel more connected to God.

Day 1: Definitions of mystic, mysticism.
Theology of Christian mysticism.
Evagrius Ponticus, Anthony of Egypt--Desert Prayer.
Jonathan Edwards--Experiencing God in nature.
Day 2: St. Seraphim of Sarov--Jesus Prayer.
St. Benedict--Lectio Divina.
Day 3: St. Ignatius of Loyola--Interactive Scripture prayer
(Praying with the imagination).
St. Teresa of Avila--Intimacy with Jesus.
Day 4: St. Catherine of Siena--Contemplative Prayer.
St. John of the Cross--Apophatic prayer. (Centering Prayer)
Day 5: Thomas Merton: Infusion from the East
-- Mindfulness, Walking meditations.

Luke Buckles, o.p. and Sarah Lewis (Episcopalian)
July 18-22, 2010, Monday through Friday 9 AM to 12:30 PM

PREREQUISITE: Pray Like A Mystic Part I
We continue investigating methods of encountering God in activity and silence: exploring discernment; interpreting spiritual experience; working with fears and playing with doubts in the context of the Christian mystical tradition. We look more deeply into the theologies of several of the mystics of “Pray Like a Mystic I,” and meet Therese of Lisieux, Margery Kempe, Bonaventure, Mother Teresa, and John Maximovitch. Certain aspects of the lives or writings of these mystics exemplify each point we cover. Buddhist and Christian practice are brought together in “Fusion Prayer” © - a form of mystical prayer that unites contemplative Trinitarian mysticism with the holistic human experience of mindfulness. There is more time for prayer and reflection. We encourage treating the course as a retreat.

Day 1: Concepts of God; Transference -- Exercises
Catherine of Siena -- Exercise: Symbols of God
Day 2: Discernment: Hearing God's voice
Interpreting Spiritual Experience
John of the Cross -- Apophatic prayer
Day 3: Getting Real with God: Surrender to "What Is"
Thérèse of Lisieux -- Mindfulness
Margery Kempe -- Take a Risk with God
Day 4: Trinitarian Life
Elizabeth of the Trinity -- Prayer Exercise
Bonaventure -- Fusion Prayer
Day 5: Integrating Spiritual Life and Social Activity:
Mother Teresa -- Fusion Prayer
St. John Maximovitch of San Francisco

Prayer: finding the heart's true home, Richard Foster
When in Doubt Sing, Jane Redmont
Finding God, Ken Kaisch (Out of print, but findable)
Any book on personal prayer by William Barry, S.J.

Ascent of Mount Carmel. St. John of the Cross
Autobiography. Interior Castle. St. Teresa of Avila
Autobiography. Ignatius of Loyola
Autobiography of St Therese of Lisieux: The Story of a Soul.
Dialogues. St. Catherine of Sienna
Spiritual Narratives. Susan Houchins: Schomburg Library of Black Women Writers.
Autobiography of Margery Kempe
Collected Works. St. John of the Cross
Dialogues. St. Catherine of Sienna

Enduring Grace. Flinders
Ignatius Loyola the Mystic. Harvey Egan
Life of Anthony, Athanasius
Mother Teresa. Gjergji, Lush
Mysticism. Evelyn Underhill
Rees Howells Intercessor, By Norman Grubb
Russian Mystics. Sergius Bolshakoff; intro. by Thomas Merton.
Kalamazoo: Michigan; Cistercian Publications, 1980, c1976.
St. Seraphim of Sarov. Valentine Zander
The Way of a Pilgrim.
Women mystics in medieval Europe. [edited by] Emilie Zum Brunn, Georgette Epiney-Burgard, New York, NY : Paragon House, 1989.
The Foundations of Mysticism, The Growth of Mysticism by Bernard McGinn
Christian Spirituality, ed. McGinn. In three volumes

Cloud of Unknowing.
Open Heart, Open Mind. Thomas Keating (or other centering prayer instructions)
The Practice of Prayer. Margaret Guenther
Sadhana, a Way to God: Christian exercises in Eastern form. Anthony De Mello
The Soul's Journey into God. Bonaventure (trans. Ewert Cousins)

Thursday, April 21, 2011



Maundy Thursday – April 21st at 7:30 pm

Eucharist and footwashing at St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church


Good Friday - April 22nd, 7:00 p.m.
at United Lutheran Church
8800 Fontaine Street Oakland, CA 94605
(510) 569-0689.
(Fontaine is off Keller Ave, on the other
side of the freeway from St. Cuthbert’s.)
With Pastor Adisa Armand- Miller - United Lutheran Church
The Rev. Pamela Cranston - St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church
Pastors Betty Clark and Eugene Williams - Church Without Walls (American Baptist)


April 23rd, 8 p.m.
We will be at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
114 Montecito, Oakland, CA.



April 24th, 10 a.m.
at St. Cuthbert’s Church
With the Rev. Pamela Cranston,
Pastors Betty Clark and Eugene Williams
and the people of Church Without Walls
and St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church
Reception and Easter egg hunt after.
Parking available. Call (510) 635-4949 or e-mail: stcuddy@aol.com for questions.

Friday, September 24, 2010






SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2010 at 10 am




(510) 635-4949



Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Juneteenth 2010 Service - June 20, 2010 - 10 am



For a Joint Service of Celebration by
St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church
& Church Without Walls (American Baptist)

10 a.m.
Sunday, June 20, 2010

Gospel music, great preaching and Holy Communion -

a reception will follow.

St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church
7932 Mountain Blvd.,
Oakland, California 94605
(510) 635-4949


(All people are welcome regardless of your faith tradition.)

Directions: Take Rt 580 to Keller Ave, then go left to Mountain Blvd/Keller Ave. The church is on the corner.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Holy Week and Easter Services - 2010


Palm Sunday
March 28th, 10 a.m.
at St. Cuthbert’s with palm procession.

Maundy Thursday
April 1st, 6:30 p.m.
at United Lutheran Church
8800 Fontaine Street Oakland, CA 94605

(510) 569-0689.
(Fontaine is off Keller Ave, on the other
side of the freeway from St. Cuthbert’s.)

Good Friday
April 2nd, 7:30 p.m.
at St. Cuthbert’s Church
With the Rev. Pamela Cranston,
Pastors Betty Clark and Eugene Williams
and the people of Church Without Walls
and St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church

Easter Vigil
April 3rd, 8 p.m.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
114 Montecito, Oakland, CA.

Easter Sunday
April 4th, 10 a.m.
at St. Cuthbert’s Church
With the Rev. Pamela Cranston,
Pastors Betty Clark and Eugene Williams
and the people of Church Without Walls
and St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church

Reception and Easter egg hunt after.

Parking available. Call (510) 635-4949 or e-mail: stcuddy@aol.com for questions.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

St. Cuthbert's Holy Week Services 2009

For Holy Week and Easter 2009

St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church
7932 Mountain Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94605
(510) 635-4949
Thursday, April 9, 2009 Maundy Thursday Service: 7:30pm

Friday, April 10, 2009 Good Friday Service: 7:30pm

Saturday, April 11, 2009 Easter Vigil Service: 7:30pm

Sunday, April 12, 2009 Easter Sunday: 10am

(No 8 am services on Easter Sunday.)