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As fall makes its way in, the garden is shifting out of summer produce and into the new season of cool weather crops. The Friday farmers market is bustling each week and volunteers are making it all happen. On the church side we are winding down our sermon series on theological perspectives with Theologian in Residence at St. Mark Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, CA.

SueJeanne Koh, ThD is the Graduate Futures Program Director of the Humanities Center at the University of California, Irvine. She oversees and develops programming for humanities doctoral students on professional development and career pathways. SueJeanne is also the Director of Adult Education and Resident Theologian for New Hope and St. Mark Presbyterian Churches in Orange County and in the ordination process in the Presbyterian Church (USA). She has written essays on Asian American Christian theologies, health care, and cross-racial solidarity; her most recent piece, co-authored with Franklin Tanner Capps, is "Blood Power: US v. Wong Kim Ark and the Theo-logic of Belonging" for the Political Theology journal.

SueJeanne Koh will bring us God's Word this Sunday from the Asian American Feminist perspective. We are blessed to have had such a wide variety of voices in our pulpit these past several weeks. Join us in welcoming SueJeanne this Sunday.

In Faith,

Rev. Amanda

Sunday Gathering

3pm Work Together

4pm Worship Together

5pm Eat together

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