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At Berkeley Presbyterian Mission Homes we hold many events that celebrate and engage our tenants as well as our extended community of friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors. We hope you can participate in one of these dynamic events soon!

A week of presentations in response to the Climate Crisis  The Climate Crisis: Overview and Update Spiritual Care of Young People, the heirs to the climate crisis Creating Ecological Ambassadors The Earth Justice Twin Crisis: Biodiversity Loss Eating for a Healthy Climate The Science of Why We Don’t Believe Climate Science The Gospel of Climate Justice For detailed program & to register, contact Rev. Sally Juarez@ Bpmhomes15@gmail.com Co-sponsored by BPMH and the Mission & Justice Commission of St. John’s Presbyterian Church
1) Appreciation Saturday & Open House when partner congregations and BPMH members were recognized and Guests took a history tour of the campus and met and interacted with residents, 2) The Annual kickoff event on Saturday, August 28 where the Community welcomed new residents.
Champion bagpiper Fred Payne led the procession of PhD graduates through the Elmwood, followed by Dr. Polly Coote, Board Member and Residents Relations chair woman of the Berkeley Presbyterian Mission Homes and the Rev. Doctor Max Lynn of St. John’s Presbyterian Church who was the graduation keynote speaker.The 2021 graduates receiving their PhDs were Ki Wook Min, from Korea and Myoung-ho Sin, from Germany/Korea.  Also receiving their PhD degrees from the Mission Homes were Jaesung Ryu who attended the virtual graduation program from Korea and Mariska Lauterboom who participated from Indonesia.  Also in this festive parade was Dr. Levi Checkett, also a Mission Homes resident who...
BPMH GLOBAL FAITH LEADERS ON THE CLIMATE CRISIS- Monday, April 19, 7:00 p.m. A panel discussion of BPMH faith leaders on how climate change is impacting their countries and how/if their governments, environmental groups and the Church is responding. What will these faith leaders teach/model about the climate crisis when they go home. Panelists:Johnny Kashung, North Eastern India: ManipurBright Singh David, Southern India: KerolaLinna Gunnaway, IndonesiaLa Hkawng, MyanmarAlice Kabaganwa, RwandaLucina Lopez Perez, MexicoHeeWon Jin, Korea FAITH PERSPECTIVES ON CLIMATE CHANGE: From a Roman Catholic/Christian Perspective, Tuesday, April 20, 4:00 p.m. Beginning fifty years ago Roman Catholic Church Leaders worldwide...
Sacred Dance artists, Landy Lalita performs the sacred dances that are a part of her own Buddhist practice.  She is applying to the GTU as well as other schools to do PhD in Dharmic studies.  A native of Taiwan, Landy was a resident at BPMH from May 2020 until January January 2021.