You Can Find Us Here

Lafayette United Methodist Church

955 Moraga Road,
Lafayette, CA 94549

Email:
office@thelumc.org

Telephone:
(925) 284-4765

Fax:
(925) 284-5170

Pastor:
Reverend Marylee Sheffer
Email: pastormarylee@thelumc.org
Cell: (925) 789-7794

Map Directions/Parking

Our address: 955 Moraga Road, Lafayette, CA 94549

Parking First time visitors may park on the circular driveway fronting the Church. The main parking lot is behind the church buildings, and is accessed from Lafayette Circle, (one block west of Moraga Road) off Mt. Diablo Blvd. The two driveways between Chow Restaurant and The French Bakery lead into the lower and upper church lots. Look for yellow striped stalls in the upper and lower levels. Handicap-accessible spaces are available in both the front driveway area and the rear lot. Off street parking is available at 947 Moraga Road. (2 doors down from the church)

Change-the-World-LogoDay of Service

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Put your faith into action!  Our all-church Day of Service will be held on Saturday, July 25.  Come to the Fellowship Hall at 1:30 pm to carpool to the Food Bank and to “Change the World” into a better place.  (In the process, you’ll be changing yourself as well, as your heart is warmed by the experience of  serving your neighbor.) If you would like to go directly to the Food Bank sorting is from 2:00-4:00 pm. Contact the church office for more information.

Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano – Sort and box donated food at Food Bank warehouse in Concord.   The Food Bank provides food to more than 149,000 hungry people in need each month.

Food Bank 1

Come back and check this page to see when we will be changing the world at the following:

  • Monument Crisis Center – Pack rice & beans into ziplock bags.  (On LUMC campus)  Monument Crisis Center helps those in need through a variety of programs, including the distribution of food to Contra Costa residents five times a week.

  • Bay Area Rescue Mission:  Warehouse  – Work in the warehouse at BARM’s Richmond facility.  Bay Area Rescue Mission helps the homeless and needy through a variety of programs, including meals and food distribution, emergency shelter, job skills training, and residential recovery programs.

  • Bay Area Rescue Mission:  Kitchen – Prepare and serve lunch at BARM’s Richmond facility.  Bay Area Rescue Mission helps the homeless and needy through a variety of programs, including meals and food distribution, emergency shelter, job skills training, and residential recovery programs.

  • Shelter, Inc. – Prepare brunch for homeless families and help kids with craft projects.  Give these families living in Shelter, Inc’s garden apartment complex in Antioch a brighter day.

  • Trust in Education – Knit hats for kids in Afghanistan. (On LUMC Campus)  We’ll supply circular knitting looms and instructions; you bring 2 skeins of yarn.  Trust in Education is a local nonprofit organization providing educational, economic and healthcare assistance to villages in Afghanistan.

 

Sunday, August 2

*Contemplative Prayer- 8:30am

*Worship- 10am

*Faith Formation- 10:15am