Pacific Beach United Methodist Church welcomes all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, physical condition, sexual orientation, ethnic background, or economic situation.
This Sunday we welcome Pastor Lea Booth from La Jolla UMC to continue our sermon series following the story of Les Misérables. This Sunday’s scriputure is the story of Zacchaeus, a tax collector who climbed a tree so he could get a glimpse of Jesus and found himself transformed by the interaction.
On this Easter Sunday, we remember that when three women approached Jesus’ tomb, they were initially “overcome with terror and dread,” yet went on to share the news. We explore how in the hope of the empty tomb, fear no longer has power over us.
Engagement is key to building community. Relationships form and grow, and profound connections sustain us. Consider some ways that our community of faith can step up our engagement with the good people of PB UMC!