San Ramon Valley United Methodist Church 902 Danville Blvd, Alamo, CA94507 San Ramon Valley Methodist Church is an Alamo church serving Christians of the Methodist denomination. It includes a…More sanctuary, stage/fellowship area, lounge, library and childcare facility. Under the leadership of pastors Ron Dunn and Alison Berry, the church offers three services every Sunday: traditional/reflective, traditional worship and contemporary worship. Sunday school, adult classes and youth programs are offered, among other services.
Alamo Elementary School 100 Wilson Rd, Alamo, CA94507 Alamo Elementary School is one of San Ramon Valley Unified School District's original schools. Since it was established…More 25 years ago, it has transformed from a rural school into a suburban school. The school currently enrolls 320 students and holds 19 classrooms and includes a computer lab, science lab, instrumental and vocal instruction, art instruction, an MPR and library.
Guided by Franciscan tradition, San Damiano Retreat Center offers modern, challenging retreat programs for people of…More all faiths and backgrounds. San Damiano's sponsored retreat programs include weekend, one day, mid-week and extended retreats. Led by a diverse staff of Franciscan Friars and volunteers, interested parties can select from private individual retreats, married couples' retreats, men's retreats, young adult retreats and retreats for those in mid-life stages. Retreat themes can range from the Silent Contemplation Retreat to the Ecology and Franciscan Spirituality Retreat.
Nestled in the hills of the San Ramon Valley, San Damiano has extensive grounds including several gardens, a labyrinth and a large courtyard. Other facilities include a fireside lounge, library, conference rooms, dining room, the chapel and 78 recently remodeled bedrooms.
Wilson & Kratzer Chapel of San Ramon Valley 825 Hartz Way, Danville, CA94526 Wilson & Kratzer Chapel offers personalized service by a "small, friendly staff," says Manager Dennis Steiner.…More The chapel itself features sweeping Tahoe-inspired architecture with an airy interior; the building served as Danville's community library until 1996. "We are unique and upbeat," adds Steiner, who emphasizes his company avoids the "gloomy" approach traditionally associated with funeral homes. Services are available for all religious affiliations or non-religious backgrounds.