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GospelofMark

The Gospel of Mark

We have lots of questions about life and about our world. Why is there suffering? What is our purpose? How can we achieve peace? Where is God?

What questions are you struggling with?

The claim of Christianity is that the best way to make sense of life is to make sense of Jesus. In this series, as we answer questions about the real Jesus we will find answers to our deepest questions about our lives and our world.

Join us on Sundays, 9:30-11am, for our exploration of the earliest account of Jesus’ life: The Gospel of Mark.

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Soma is a church that serves Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, and the surrounding region. Learn more here.

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Sycamore Oval

Soma Sunday Gathering

Sundays, 9:30-11am

Sycamore Clubhouse
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.

Soma SRV is a part of a growing family of churches.

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Soma Devotionals

Christmas Dessert and Candle Lighting

 

candlesJoin us this Sunday evening for carols, cookies, and a time of giving thanks for God’s faithfulness over the past year.

It will be an informal gathering for adults and kids. It will include a special time of sharing why we are grateful for Jesus this Christmas.

Please bring a drink or Christmas treat to share.

Christmas Dessert and Candle Lighting

6:30pm Sunday December 21

Fishers’ Home
171 Hope Ln
Danville, CA 94526
 

Soma is a church that serves Danville, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, and the surrounding region. Learn more here.

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