Holy Family Episcopal Church
An inclusive community, sharing the love of God in Christ
© Holy Family Episcopal Church

Coastside Jewish Community and Holy Family

Episcopal Church will celebrate Sukkot

together on Sunday, September 23, from 5-7 pm.

We will not have a service at 9AM this Sunday

This is a family-friendly event, and a wonderful opportunity for members of our congregations to mingle. Please RSVP on our Sign Up page 5:00pm - Arrive, settle in, schmooze, and help decorate the Sukkah with pictures or small mementos of your ancestors 5:30pm - Rabbi Ted will lead us in the Sukkot rituals 6:00pm - Vegetarian potluck dinner To help reduce waste, we ask everyone to bring their own dishes, utensils, and cups. But don't worry, everyone forgets now and again, so paper supplies will be available. Dinner is very casual; you can either bring blankets or beach chairs, or use tables and chairs provided by Holy Family. More information on the meaning and history of Sukkot can be found here

Directions click here          Learn more about worship at Holy Family click here

Welcome

Henri Nouwen writes that hospitality is providing a space for strangers to become friends, and for people to become themselves.  Holy Family strives to be a place of hospitality. No matter who you are or where you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome to come be part of our Holy Family. We strive to be an inclusive and caring community sharing the love of God in Christ, and we provide a space for holy companionship in which we can question, learn, grow, worship God, serve our neighbors, and support one another.  Whether you are young, old, single or partnered, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight, of a particular political persuasion, or no political persuasion, born in US or immigrated here.... you are invited to be yourself with us. Join us for worship, service, fellowship, and educational opportunities. Whether you are looking for a church home, visiting the Coastside while on holiday, or are curious about who we are and what we do, we invite you to peruse these pages, and better yet, come visit during one of our activities and get to know us better.

Half Moon Bay, California

1590 South Cabrillo Hwy Half Moon Bay, CA (650) 726-0506
1590 South Cabrillo Hwy Half Moon Bay, CA (650) 726-0506

Directions

We are located on Highway 1, just under 2 miles south of the intersection of Highway 92 and Highway 1.  Look for the red barn on the ocean side of Highway 1, just south of Camerons Resturant and under one mile north of Ocean Colony.
Holy Family Episcopal Church
© Holy Family Episcopal Church, 1590 South Cabrillo Highway Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (650) 726-0506

Coastside Jewish

Community and Holy

Family Episcopal Church

will celebrate Sukkot

together on Sunday,

September 23, from 5-7 pm.

We will not have a service at

9AM this Sunday

This is a family-friendly event, and a wonderful opportunity for members of our congregations to mingle. Please RSVP on our Sign Up page 5:00pm - Arrive, settle in, schmooze, and help decorate the Sukkah with pictures or small mementos of your ancestors 5:30pm - Rabbi Ted will lead us in the Sukkot rituals 6:00pm - Vegetarian potluck dinner To help reduce waste, we ask everyone to bring their own dishes, utensils, and cups. But don't worry, everyone forgets now and again, so paper supplies will be available. Dinner is very casual; you can either bring blankets or beach chairs, or use tables and chairs provided by Holy Family. More information on the meaning and history of Sukkot can be found here

Directions click here          Learn more about

worship at Holy Family click here

Welcome

Henri Nouwen writes that hospitality is providing a space for strangers to become friends, and for people to become themselves.  Holy Family strives to be a place of hospitality. No matter who you are or where you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome to come be part of our Holy Family. We strive to be an inclusive and caring community sharing the love of God in Christ, and we provide a space for holy companionship in which we can question, learn, grow, worship God, serve our neighbors, and support one another.  Whether you are young, old, single or partnered, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight, of a particular political persuasion, or no political persuasion, born in US or immigrated here.... you are invited to be yourself with us. Join us for worship, service, fellowship, and educational opportunities. Whether you are looking for a church home, visiting the Coastside while on holiday, or are curious about who we are and what we do, we invite you to peruse these pages, and better yet, come visit during one of our activities and get to know us better.
An inclusive community, sharing the love of God in Christ