A multicultural church
Welcome to Alum Rock UMC

A Multicultural, Justice Seeking, Reconciling Congregation

At Alum Rock UMC all are living in unity with the Messiah (Jesus Christ). The people of Alum Rock UMC are real and outrageously committed to Koinonia (Christian fellowship with God and one another). We understand our mission to be "Making Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World."

News and Events

Community Flea Market

Saturday, July 25, 9am to 2pm, Fellowship Hall

Come and enjoy searching for treasures! This is an ongoing fundraiser for the Epifany Project — Help feed the hungry in our community! Vendor space is available — sell your own crafts, handiwork, or flea market type items. Bring your garage sale to the flea market! Email epifany@alumrockumc.org to make your reservation. Donations appreciated.

National Night Out in Alum Rock

Tuesday, August 4, 5:00–8:00pm, 4609 Alum Rock Ave (SJV Parish Rectory lawn, between White Road & Kirk)

Alum Rock UMC will have a resource table at the event. This year The Epifany group will host. We invite everyone to come out and say hello. It is a Free Family Night of Community. See you there.

Parent Project Class

Tuesdays, June 2 through August 18, 6–9PM

The Parent Project was created specifically for parents with difficult or out-of-control adolescents. Parents learn and practice specific prevention and intervention strategies for destructive behaviors. Learn more or call 408-808-3794.


The Epifany Project

The Epifany Project is a new collaborative outreach project at Alum Rock UMC that provides food to the hungry in our community. In February, The Epifany Project was featured in the Cal/Nev Conference Newsletter! Check out the article: http://www.cnumc.org/news/813074

Worship Times

10:30am every Sunday in the Sanctuary. All are welcome!

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Contact Us

30 Kirk Ave.

San Jose, CA 95127

408-258-7368 (phone)

408-926-3566 (fax)


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