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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!

Berkeley Presbyterian Mission Homes had a Christmas party on December 23rd. Potluck dinner, Scripture reading in various languages, Singing Christmas Hymns, and Fellowship made great party for the community. We deeply thank Mark Coplan for his talent, time, and service as a photographer and video editor for the event. You can visit the website using the link. https://www.flickr.com/photos/54922368@N07/albums/72157712342108642 For the video clip for “Silent Night” singing, please click the link below. (Password: mission)https://vimeo.com/381290269
Climate change is a moral challenge that affects all people especially the most vulnerable which often suffer its effects first and most harsh. According to the United Nations “There is alarming evidence that important tipping points, leading to irreversible changes in major ecosystems and the planetary climate system, may already have been reached or passed.” Our faith, our planet, our responsibility aptly sums up our December 11, 2019 event at Berkeley Presbyterian Mission Homes (BPMH) led by Liore Milgrom-Gartner, Director of the Northern California chapter of California Interfaith Power and Light (CIPL), a network of religious communities in California committed to addressing...
On Saturday, September 7, the Berkeley Presbyterian Mission Homes held it annual kick off event….The Ice Cream Social.Meeting on the grassy area between it’s two large houses, House A and the Bill Ng House (House B) residents gathered to make ice creamsundaes and ice cream cones. New residents in the Community were introduced.  The coolness of the day kept the socializing to a minimum,but the Community all reassembled later that evening for the “Town Meeting.”  There are currently 51 people living at the Mission Homes.
The BPMH Community of residents, Board members and Volunteers gathered on Saturday, June 1 for its annual graduation party and BBQ. This year, most of the graduates were the children (sons) of residents: Shan Shan Kashung, son of Johnny and Soyaphy and Erik Ko, son of Yong Kook and Hyun-Jung. Both boys are graduating from pre-school and looking forward to being kindergarteners in the fall. Also Ramaiah Sapolu makes the big move, graduating from elementary school and heading to middle school.We also said congratulation to Lia Rochill, who completed her M Div degree at ABSW and plans to continue...
The BPMH Community, Board Members & Staff congratulate Kijung Nam who graduated on Thursday, receiving his PhD in Philosophy, with his emphasis in Christian Spirituality.  It was a delight to have this long-time former resident and his delightful family on campus again.  This evening, Monday May 13th, they return to Korea.  We wish them God’s speed and traveling mercies. Lia Rochill also graduated with her M Div from ABSW on Saturday, May 18th.  She plans to remain at ABSW and work on her D Min.  Here are some photos from Kijung’s and Lia’s Graduation.