Serve the World
Serve the World
Here at St. Francis we strive to be a diverse and nurturing faith community, radiating God’s love and peace in our ministry to the world, and welcoming everyone to active worship and service. We welcome everyone to worship God together, to be transformed by the Holy Spirit and each other, and to share the light of Christ in the world.
With love and care for you all, Rev. Paula
The Very Rev. Paula Vukmanic, Rector and Dean of Deanery 8
8 a.m. – Holy Communion (Rite I), Chapel;
10 a.m. – Holy Communion (Rite II), with full choir, Main Church.
12:10 p.m. – Holy Communion (Rite I), Chapel.
7 p.m. – Taizé (sung chants by candlelight),Chapel
Location and Parking
St Francis Episcopal Church
2200 Via Rosa,
Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90275
Parking is available on Via Rosa itself, or in our parking lot down the hill at the end of the street.
Disabled parking is marked right next to the main entrance on Via Rosa. For very busy events there is additional parking on local streets – eg. Paseo De La Playa.
Preach the Gospel to the ends of the earth!
Education – ”Radical Sending”
Sunday August 25 after both services
Have you wondered why we end our worship service by sending forth with “Let us go into the world in peace to love and serve the Lord”? Jesus didn’t just call people to come, he called them to be sent. Join us as we engage a Church Next video “Radical Sending” and reflect together how St. Francis can live out our mission together as we come together and move out into the world.
Taizé Service of Healing & Wholeness
Tuesday, August 27, 7 p.m.
Join us again for our Taizé service of healing. This Taizé service, filled with music and candlelight, also provides the option for intercessory prayer with a Prayer team leader. We pray that the time will be a healing comfort for whatever you face or hold in your heart.
Volunteer at Harbor Interfaith
Thursday, September 5, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Join St. Francis volunteers working in the food pantry at Harbor Interfaith, in San Pedro every 1st Thursday. Donations also welcome: toiletries, especially toothpaste/brushes, shampoo, conditioner, bath soap/gel, deodorant, and razors & shaving cream. For more info, contact Hank Gatlin.