Past Events

Past Events

06/22/2018

Bubble Soccer Bonanza!!!

– We will meet at the Rodriguez Ave side of the park (right off Blaney Ave) and play a banquet of ballistic games until around 7:30ish. (if you haven’t played before, everyone gets SUPER tired within the hour) – Then, we will pack the bubbles up and walk over to Yogurtland(19700 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014) which is roughly a 7min walk away (maybe 10mins if we are all exhausted) – PICK UP: Parents and/or students who can drive, we…
06/20/2018

Visual Arts Fellowship

The VAF meets from 7:00-9: 00 pm on the 3rd Wednesday of every month, at the home of Nancy Woodward (3400 Warburton Ave, Santa Clara, 408-315-1829). This fellowship is for anyone who is interested in art and craft in any way: artists, craftspeople, photographers, digital artists, quilters, woodcarvers…anyone who is thinking of learning to make stuff…art-lovers, art-collectors, people who like to talk about art, folks who want to know more about art and artists and see what the artists and…
06/20/2018

TNT #1

It’s time to really kick off the summer and we will be doing it in style!!! There will be ICE CREAM and there will be WATER!!!! Bring yourself and bring your friends – TNTs are a perfect way to introduce your friends to ToHu Fun! What’s Happening: Ice Cream (to eat!), Water Balloons (to throw!) and Staffer Story (to listen to and learn from!) Bring: Towel, Clothes to get wet in & FRIENDS! Note: Make sure your shirt won’t go see-thru when wet!
06/19/2018

Women’s Worship Night: Adoring Jesus

Women’s Worship Night:  Adoring Jesus Tuesday,  June 19th at 7:00 pm, PBCC Auditorium Please join us Tuesday, June 19th for a special evening  Adoring Jesus.   Kady Taylor and team will lead us in worship through music and Sharon Coleman through prayer and reflection.  We will have a time of fellowship and goodies afterwards until 9:00 pm.
06/17/2018

Visual Arts Ministry Workshop

DRAWING FROM A PHOTOGRAPH Photographs can be a convenient source of inspiring imagery for drawings. Tereasa Christopherson-Tso will demonstrate ways to effectively use this resource using basic drawing techniques including composition, proportional drawing and expressive line work.  Following an instructive lecture and slideshow, participants will choose a photograph and put into practice what they have learned. No previous drawing skills or experience are needed.  Drawing supplies and photographs will be provided. Suggested donation: $10/person, $8/person for families. For age 8…
06/17/2018

Termite Fumigation Q & A

The church buildings will be closed for fumigation June 25-27, 2018.  There will be no events or classes scheduled on campus Sunday afternoon through Wednesday evening to allow time for our staff to prep for the treatment and then put everything back.  The campus will re-open Thursday morning June 28th. Information Page
06/16/2018

Summer Sand

We’re  heading to the beach! We will meet at church at 9:30am and return back at around 5pm depending on traffic. You can bring a bag lunch or bring money ($20) for a couple of restaurants near Twin Lakes beach. Bring all the sports equipment and relaxation supplies you need (towel, sunscreen, umbrella?, cucumber eye thingies), along with any friends you want! Reach out and invite people into our awesome community! However, we need to figure out how spots in cars…
06/11/2018 – 06/15/2018

Sports Camp 2018

Sports Camp Is coming,  June 11 – 15, 2018! Camp Information and Registration  
06/12/2018

Hebrew Class with Brian Morgan

Beginning Hebrew with Brian Morgan (materials provided in class.) Hebrew Reading with Brian Morgan (materials provided in class.  No prior knowledge of Hebrew is required – ALL are welcome.)
06/12/2018

Beginning Biblical Hebrew

The Beginning Biblical Hebrew class will be held on Tuesdays 7:30-9:15am, in Room 205, starting September 12, and will run until June, 2018. If interested, or for further information, please contact the instructor, Melody Moh.
06/10/2018

Body Life in Mandarin

Description:In Room 205 – You are welcome to join a Mandarin-speaking class (as long as you can somewhat understand Mandarin). We have the opportunity to develop our Mandarin “voice” as we share our stories with one another in Mandarin. The class will continue to practice deep koinonia-fellowship with God and with one another, such as sharing one another’s needs and struggles, as well as supporting and praying for each other. Co-led by Joseph Chou and Teng Moh.