Come celebrate what God has done in our church family over the last two years. We will worship, tell stories, then enjoy a feast and some fun.
Sunday September 28
10am – 1pm
2478 Alamo Country Circle
Alamo, CA 94507
Please RSVP and sign up under “what to bring” to contribute a side dish or beverage to share.
Also bring along:
-Stories of how God has blessed you through His church
-A blanket to sit on
-Swimsuit and towels
-A few bucks to chip in toward tacos
Discover a perspective on work that will transform your 9 to 5 and give new meaning to what you do everyday.
6 Weeks, Sept. 7 – Oct. 19
Sept. 7 - How God Can Make Your Work More Fulfilling
Sept. 14 – How God Can Give Your Work A Higher Purpose
Sept. 21 – How God Can Give Your Work A More Meaningful Mission, I
Oct. 6 – How God Can Give Your Work a More Meaningful Mission, II
Oct. 13 – How God Can Transform You 9 to 5
Oct. 21 – How God Can Help You Unplug from Work
Join us on Sunday mornings 9:30-11am for messages on how God can transform your everyday work. Plug into one of our Faith and Work Discussion Groups that meet throughout the week. These groups will help you apply what you are learning in a fun and welcoming environment.
Interested in a Faith and Work Discussion Group? Contact Ben Joyce at ben @ somasrv.org
Soma Sunday Gathering
635 Old Orchard Dr.
Danville, CA 94526
Soma is a church that serves Alamo, Danville, San Ramon and the surrounding region. We gather as a whole church on Sundays at the Sycamore Clubhouse in Danville and throughout the week in groups called Missional Communities that meet in neighborhoods.
Hear others share their experience at Soma.
Have kids? We do too! We have a great kids program that they’ll enjoy.
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We had a great time as a church family celebrating what God has done over the last two years. We shared stories, sang, and enjoyed the best tacos north of the boarder.
Check out photos from our Anniversary Celebration.
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