St. Patrick's welcomes you! "We are a beacon of light, love and compassion within our community."
We are an essential part of our members' lives. We provide joyful worship in the Christian tradition. We are a welcoming environment for multi-generational and multicultural families, and spiritual foundation. We focus on community service and fellowship.
Holy Eucharist Schedule
February 26th one service at 9:00 a.m. followed by a church-wide meeting with Canon Andrea McMillan on the Holy Cow Survey results, with shared lunch following see the note below from Canon Andrea.
Regular Service Schedule:
Sundays 8:00 a.m., 9 a.m., and 10:30 a.m.
Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m (Healing Eucharist).
From Canon Andrea:
Dear St. Patrick's - I am looking forward to being with you on Sunday Feb. 26th. We will talk about the parish survey results, including church priorities, strengths, and challenges. Please come prepared to listen to your church family and to share your perspectives. We will provide all of the materials you need. A survey is only the beginning of a conversation - not the end - and this is an opportunity for you to see these results and interpret the survey for your church setting. We will use this conversation as input into the Profile and the Rector call process, as well as helping vestry and parish leaders to make decisions about program and direction.
Hot off the Press News
An update from our Vestry is available in the news section.
A extensive calendar of classes, presentations and workshops has been published for the early part of 2017. The latest schedule of classes can be found under "About," scroll down to "Christian and Adult Education".
St. Patrick's Episcopal Church, Kenwood, is fortunate to offer a day of anti-racism training Saturday, March 11, from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The trainers and program come from our diocesan Commission for Intercultural Ministry, headed by the personable Rev. Lewis Sitting Panther Powell (Deacon), Indigenous Ministries Missioner, Diocese of Northern California.
There will be small group discussions, videos, Bible study, prayer, and sharing to help us better understand key concepts and wrestle with issues of power and privilege, culture, structural and institutional racism, and where God calls us to be brothers and sisters in this multicultural church and culture. Lunch will be provided.
Registration is limited. To register, phone the church office 707-833-4228 by Monday, Feb. 27. Registration fee of $20 is to be paid by check to St. Patrick's Episcopal Church.
Per action taken at the 2009 General Convention (Resolution A142), all Episcopal clergy and lay leaders are expected to receive and periodically renew such training.
For more information, contact Miriam Casey (707-833-2129) or Deacon Marcia Tyriver (707-537-9355).
Co-sponsors: Adult Education Committee and Faith in Action Group, St. Patrick's