Wednesday, June 23, 2021 Dear Berkeley Mt. Zion Family and Friends, I hope all is well with you and your families. As many of us look back at the last 15 months, it has certainly been a journey! The COVID-19 pandemic, racial and social unrest, the Presidential election, the insurrection at our nation’s Capitol, all
Celebrating and Remembering Juneteenth Juneteenth arrives this year as demonstrations continue in the streets of the United States, protesting systemic racism and the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis. For nearly two decades, the National Juneteenth Observance Foundation has been advocating for the date of June 19 (hence, Juneteenth) to be recognized
Happy New Year Berkeley Mt. Zion Family (BMZ), After all we’ve been through, we are still here! Thank you, thank you for your prayers, support and participation during what we all would agree was a very challenging year. And yet, morning by morning the Lord sent brand new mercies, and day by day He did
GOD IS STILL ON THE THRONE! I trust you and your family are yet holding on to God’s unchanging hand.
Berkeley Mt. Zion Family, Well here we are moving towards five months of what has been a cultural shift in our country and our world. Who would have ever thought that we would still be in this place and condition. As I have said many times before, do your best to remain safe and abide
Berkeley Mt. Zion and Family, I trust that you and your loved ones are safe and well. I wanted to address the recent events taking place in our country. I am sure that you have witnessed the unrest and protests in every major city across our country, in response to the death of George Floyd.
Rev. Brian D. Hunter’s Response to Reopening of Houses of Worship. Hello BMZ Family, In the midst of what is going on in our nation and our world I trust that you are still holding on and still believing that God is still on the throne. I wanted to take a moment just to share
Berkeley, California (Tuesday, May 12, 2020) – If the COVID-19 outbreak has left you struggling to afford food for yourself or your family, know that there are ways to get bagged groceries, buy food on your own and benefit from specialized programs for seniors, school-aged kids and mothers of young children.
Food banks, community organizations and others are looking for ways to help you. For those who have enough food, consider volunteering or donating. Your financial and physical aid can stretch dollars and expand the reach to more people in need.