• A church where all are welcome
  • A place where you are empowered
  • A congregation with worship rooted in ancient faith
  • A church engaged with the modern world
  • A place where children are lovingly formed in the faith
...wherever you are in your journey of faith, you are welcome here.

Weekly Schedule

Sunday Adult Forum (Sunday School)

8:30AM in Fellowship Hall

Sunday Holy Eucharist

9:30AM in Nave (Worship Space)
Childcare and Sunday School available
Fellowship follows the service

Wednesday Healing Service

10:30AM in Fellowship Hall

Wednesday Book Group

11:15AM in Fellowship Hall

 

Upcoming Events

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Gentle Yoga with Sarah

April 3, 2015

Join us on Fridays for an hour of gentle, Restorative Yoga with Sarah Farnsworth, Registered Yoga Instructor.  Bring a yoga mat if you have one – a limited number of mats are provided depending on class size. Wear comfortable clothing and prepare to stretch and relax!  $10.00 suggested donation but this event is open to […]

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Hands Of Grace Outreach Dinner

April 8, 2015

Our neighbors at Mission Lutheran Church, Laguna Niguel Presbyterian Church, Laguna Niguel Stake LDS, and the Baha’i Community share this outreach that helps families who have recently lost their homes. We provide a nutritious meal, information, and referrals for services and help.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.  More information –  here  Hands of […]

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Faith Book Group

April 8, 2015

Each Wednesday, join us as we discuss a variety of fiction and non-fiction books. Currently, we are reading Esther de Waal’s Seeking God: The Way of St. Benedict.  Next up: Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis. Order Till We Have Faces on Amazon by clicking here.

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Vicar’s Blog

What is the Easter Vigil?

In the 380’s of the Common Era, a Galacian lay woman, made a pilgrimage from Mt Sinai, to Jerusalem, and onto Constantinople. She kept a journal of her travels, which included a detailed account of the liturgical practices of the Church in 4th century Jerusalem. While this text was lost to history until the late […]

Episcopal 101: Tradition

We often hear, erroneously, that authority in Anglicanism is found in a three-legged stool where Scripture, Tradition and Reason are equal. In truth, Scripture is the primary source of authority, like it is for the far majority of Christianity. However, as Anglicans we do give special importance to both Tradition and Reason as being lenses […]

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