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935 Brewster Avenue Redwood City, CA 94063

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The Finished Product -- Pictures from our Grand Opening

Front Right of Book Center

Thank you to all of you for your ongoing prayers, support and interest as we have worked to re-locate our book center! We enjoyed seeing some of you yesterday for the Grand Re-Opening of our Center, but for those who haven't been able to make it yet, we wanted to go ahead and take a few moments to share the "finished product" with you.

Reading Area & Front Doors

God has been so good -- the new book center has come together beautifully. And we couldn't have done it without so many of you who have given of your time, energies, and expertise! Thank you to our beautiful community here in the Bay Area -- we look forward to seeing you soon on Brewster Street!

Back Entrance, from parking lot


Women's Book Club Meeting on Grand Opening Day

Front Counter Area

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Grand Opening at New Location Tuesday, Feb 22!

We wanted to take a moment to remind you that we'll be re-opening at 935 Brewster Street Redwood City, CA on February 22nd at 10:00 a.m. -- we are looking forward to seeing you there!

In the meantime, we thought you would enjoy seeing a few pictures of the new book center in progress -- thank you to the many of you who have come by to help us in one way or another in these weeks! We couldn't have done it without you! Our new location is looking beautiful, and we are all looking forward to opening the doors on Tuesday.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Faith & Film Friday: Marvin's Room

Join us Friday, February 4th at 6:30 p.m. for our next Faith & Film Lectionary Night. We will be viewing the film, Marvin's Room, in conjunction with the following Sunday's Gospel.

Meryl Streep heads an impeccable all star cast as a woman who comes back in contact with her long estranged sister after 17 years. Bessie (Diane Keaton) gave up her life aspirations to take care of their bedridden father, Marvin (Hume Cronyn), while Lee (Meryl Streep) left home to pursue her own life. But now Bessie has been informed that she has leukemia and requires a bone marrow transplant. She turns to Lee and her wayward kids since they are the only donors that can help, thus precipitating the rocky reunion between the two sisters. Adding to the family dynamics is Lee's son Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio), who finds himself committed to a mental institution after setting fire to his mother's house. This heartfelt drama is a story about the healing power of sacrifice. We look forward to seeing you this Friday!