Please join us.
Whether you’re just passing through Willow Glen for a brief visit or looking for a new church home, you are welcome here. Some of our members have been with St. Francis for a lifetime. Others are new to the community and parish. Many members are lifelong Episcopalians. Others come from a variety of Christian faiths. A few have come for their first experience of community worship. In other words, no matter where you come from or how long you can stay, you are welcome to celebrate Christ’s love with us at St. Francis Episcopal Church.
your first visit
Holy Eucharist, Rite I
Children's service in the chapel
Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with choir
Church school from 10am - 10:45am.
(Free Nursery care available Sundays starting at 9:45 a.m.)
Healing and Holy Communion in the Chapel
If St. Francis sounds like a church you’d like to visit, please do. We encourage you to introduce yourself as a visitor to the greeters at the front doors on Sunday. Or, as a visitor, you may be asked to introduce yourself to the congregation during the service. But if you’d prefer to visit without the fuss of a public introduction, that’s okay too. You will still and always be greeted at the door with a warm smile—because we want you with us.
There are many who support worship through various ministries, including that of lector and chalice bearer. Altar servers scheduler
: Jennifer Watkins
These groups also support worship:
Altar Guild: Janet Karzmark (Coordinator), Rosann Carter, Anne Dunham, Suzanne Hastings, Bob Homer, Bettie Homer, Bobbie Huston, Louisa Lim, Robb Moore, The Rev. John Avery Palmer, Sherrill Palmer, Marjolie Thomas, Jennifer Watkins, Duon Zeroun
Flower Guild: Lisa Garcia Smith (co-Chair), Yvonne Head (co-Chair), Melinda Dobbs, Vickie Homer, Donna Jewett, Louisa Lim, Marjolie Thomas; the guild is self-supporting through donations received for memorials, weddings, special holidays, special events (birth of a child or grandchild, birthdays, anniversaries, etc.)
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