At Golden Hills we call our senior adult ministries, PrimeTimers. Our goal is to help each other continue to grow and finish strong in our walk with God, as well as be connected with other seniors in meaningful relationships. We also want to find ways to be godly influences in the lives of our kids and grandkids, as well as with our friends and neighbors. In addition to our Sunday morning class at 9:20 a.m., we usually have an event once a month. These have included socials such as game nights, picnics, movies and desserts, New Year’s Eve and Super bowl parties, and our annual Christmas Banquet. We have also gone on local trips to wonderful places like the Disney Museum, Maritime Museum, and the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, as well as to the Great Western Fan Festival, California’s capital building, Filoli Gardens, and several dinner cruises on the Delta. The best place to get connected and find out what is currently happening is to join us Sunday mornings at 9:20 a.m. in room W129/130.
Sunday Mornings at 9:20 a.m. in room W129/130.
Pastor Rick Moe is teaching a series entitled: "David: God's Viceroy King." A "viceroy" is someone who is appointed to rule a province or country as the deputy of the sovereign king. When India was part of the British Empire, the King or Queen of England would appoint a viceroy to rule India. The kings of Israel were supposed to be viceroys of Israel, with God being the Sovereign King. But King Saul failed to acknowledge he ruled under the authority of God. He would not submit to God or do what God asked Him to do. The result was God rejected him as king, and both he and three of his sons died in battle on Mt. Gilboa. David on the other hand, submitted to God and sought to please Him. He recognized that God was the true King of Israel, and he would be God’s viceroy. David had been anointed the future king of Israel by the prophet Samuel. Where we pick up the story in the life of David, it is time for David to become king. We will learn David’s key to success both as he becomes king, and as he rules.
Socials & Trips:
What: Our first Hymn Sing in January was such a success that we have decided to do another one. Like last time, we will have a group of musical instruments (and their players), including a piano, guitar, trumpet, bass, and small box drum. The musicians were wonderful in January, and all who attended greatly enjoyed their leading us in singing some of the great hymns of the faith.
When: Saturday, April 21, 2018, 5:00 p.m.
Location: Brentwood Campus rooms W129/130.
Potluck: The Hymn Sing will include a potluck dinner.
More info: Call Pastor Rick Moe (925) 516-0653, ext. 7124.