A Community on a Journey with God- mind, body, & soul.

“We, the people of San Ramon Valley United Methodist Church, believe that the gospel of Jesus Christ is unconditionally accepting and actively loving of all people regardless of race, ethnicity, age, economic status, faith history, physical and mental ability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We welcome and embrace all, including those who have been excluded from the house of God. Our hearts, our minds and our doors are open to all who want to share the love of Jesus Christ in our community and our world.”

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Please note: our campus is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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Sermons

Holy Thursday

We join with St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church and Peace Lutheran Church, and together we explore the meaning behind Jesus’ commandment to love one another. The music and readings will touch your souls.

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Church Blog

Another Spiritual Practice

This week we add another spiritual practice to our Lenten Journey: giving.  Giving is an essential spiritual practice. In fact, Jesus talked more about giving of our money and our possessions than he spoke of worship, prayer, and Scripture study, combined.I invite you to practice the joy of giving by participating in our In Gratitude and Celebration ministry. Think of someone you want to thank and appreciate. Make a donation to SRVUMC form. You’ll have an option to add the name(s) of people you are appreciating and…

Living with Hope Sermon Series

Hello Everyone,   Join in worship as we begin a sermon series, Living with Hope. How do we live with hope in a time like this, and after a week like the one we had?The Hebrew word for hope, Tikyah, means expectation, and it also means a cord or rope. Tikvah is a rope we hang onto when the world seems out of control or when we don’t know how to make it through a difficult season in life. In worship we remember to hang on…

Christmas Eve Services

Christmas Eve ServicesThis year our Christmas Eve Services will be virtual, the Family Service-Christmas Pageant (normally at 5 pm), and the Candle Light Service (normally at 8). You may watch the services anytime during Christmas Eve day or night (yes, really!). Link will be available beginning Christmas Eve.

Location Details

902 Danville Blvd