Our Mission Statement:
We are a diverse and welcoming family in Christ, united in the worship of God. We are striving as an Episcopal parish to follow the example of Jesus, loving one another and reaching out to our community in service.
Location and Services:
We are located at 101 Riverside Avenue in Ben Lomond, California. Our Sunday service is at 10am and is in-person. If you missed a service, you can find Sunday’s sermons on our YouTube channel.
A Note from Bishop Lucinda Ashby
As the invasion and violence continue to increase in Ukraine, and refugees flee into neighboring countries, some have asked what we can do to help with this crisis. We have learned today that over 3 million people are currently displaced as a result of the war, and organizations are working together to provide basics of food, clothing and shelter. Episcopal Relief and Development is partnering with Christian organizations on the ground in places like Poland, Moldova, Slovakia, Romania working tirelessly to respond to immediate needs.
Go to the ER-D site https://www.episcopalrelief.org/ to donate quickly to refugees fleeing Ukraine. On the homepage there is a button that allows people an easy way to give money; our prayers are in pushing “donate.”
Thank you for garnering support for the many for whom prayers are answered with a cup of soup, a warm coat, and a sleeping bag.
The Right Rev. Lucinda Ashby
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of El Camino Real
Donations and Tithes:
We are now accepting donations online! Click on the link below and you will be brought to our donations page. You will have the opportunity to just make a simple donation or designate your donation to one of our ministries (i.e. Gardening Guild, Flowers, Altar Guild, Building Fund, or any other donation that we may mention at our Service). You may also enter your pledges here (there is even an option for recurring donation)! Just type in the space provided of where you would like your donation to go under “Designate Donation”. If nothing is typed, we will assume that it is for our general fund. So thank you in advance for your donation! Click here to Donate.
What does it mean when you say “All Are Welcome”?
It’s what makes us as an Episcopal church – the idea that all are welcome in our church, at our table. No matter your orientation, denomination, race, ethnicity, political beliefs, what has happened in your past – we come here together to worship and share in fellowship and love, just as Jesus taught us.