Mt. Tamalpais United Methodist Church has long been home to a welcoming environment for all.

While the church is widely known for its variety of programs and its religious services throughout the calendar year, Tricia Wiig, the church’s Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries has tee’d up an exciting opportunity for parishioners and anyone who wants to participate in a Meet & Greet with Mill Valley Mayor Urban Carmel.

The event is set for Sunday, April 14th at 12pm at the church at 410 Sycamore Ave. at the intersection with Camino Alto.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming Mayor Urban Carmel to Mt. Tam Church and learning how we can work together to make Mill Valley an even better place for all!” says Wiig.
“What are the important current issues in Mill Valley and how might we work together to make it an even better place for all?” Wiig asks. “All are welcome to join for worship at 10:30am, for pizza and fellowship at 11:40, and for the mayor’s presentation and Q & A at noon.”
Contact for questions. We look forward to welcoming you!
Carmel was elected to a 4-year term on the City Council in March 2020 and is currently serving as Mayor. Prior to his term on the Council, Carmel spent almost four years on the City’s Planning Commission, serving as Chair in 2019.
In 2009, Urban restarted the dormant Mill Valley Library Foundation,  served two terms as its President and helped create a multi-million dollar endowment. Urban served on the Old Mill and Middle School Site Council for six years, including a term as President. He has been the Co-Chair of Building and Grounds for the West Point Inn for several years. After 10 years as a head coach and commissioner, Urban was given the President’s Award by the Mill Valley Soccer Club, its highest honor.

Carmel was a senior consultant with McKinsey & Company in the US, Australia and Europe before moving to Hong Kong and then Indonesia to become the President of the Union Bank of Switzerland. He holds a degree in finance and economics from the Wharton School at Penn. 

Carmel and his wife, Lisa, have been proud Mill Valley residents for 21 years. Their two kids attended Old Mill, MVMS and graduated from Tam High.



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