WELCOME TO MESSIAH We are a loving, inclusive and active faith community seeking to serve God, follow Christ and change the world. We find strength in the cultural, economic and political diversity of our congregation.

Through the beauty of our Biblical and liturgical traditions we discover relevant meaning for our varied lives as we seek to embrace our most authentic selves.

Empowered by our Christian values, we seek to extend God’s boundless love beyond worship to all creation, making God’s love tangible in the twenty-first century.

SERVICE TIMES
8:00am Service
10:15am Service
12:00pm Service (In Spanish)
more about worship & music

Life Event Forms

ADULT EDUCATION OFFERINGS
Class meets at 9:00 am in the upper
room

CHURCH SCHOOL
10:15am-11:00am
For age 4 through High School

CHILD CARE AVAILABLE
9:00am-1:30pm
From age 0 to 5
WELCOME TO MESSIAH We are a loving, inclusive and active faith community seeking to serve God, follow Christ and change the world. We find strength in the cultural, economic and political diversity of our congregation.

Through the beauty of our Biblical and liturgical traditions we discover relevant meaning for our varied lives as we seek to embrace our most authentic selves.

Empowered by our Christian values, we seek to extend God’s boundless love beyond worship to all creation, making God’s love tangible in the twenty-first century.

  • Altar Flower Ministry
    Altar Guild
    Coro Nuevo Amanecer
    Choristers (RSCMA)
    Friends of Music
    Liturgy & Music Committee
    Messiah’s Choir
    Sunday Liturgy Team

    Affiliated Organization
    OCSA

  • Auction Ministry
    Health Ministry
    Office Volunteers
    Small Group Socials
  • Black History Month
    Halloween Party
    Hispanic / Latino Heritage Celebration
    Homecoming
    Hot Dog Feast
    Shrove Tuesday
  • Environmental Ministry
    Hope Nicaragua
    Project Ruth
    Saints AElred & Hildegard (LGBT)
    Social Justice Films
    Book & Media Exchange

    Affiliated Organizations
    Amos Health & Hope Concern
    America First Drops
    Hands Together
    Isaiah’ House
    Micah’s Way
    Morning Garden
  • @ Youth
    Adult Education
    Bible Study
    Messiah's Media Makers
    Education for Ministry (EFM)
    Nahuatl Language & Culture
    Sunday School Program
    Rector’s Forum
    Women Book Group
  • Bridges Ministry
    Contemplative Prayer Group
    Intercessory Prayer Group
    Lay Eucharistic Visitors (LEV)
    Men Seeking God
    Stephen Ministry
    Wednesday Women

    Affiliated Organizations
    Alcoholics Anonymous
    Comedores Compulsivos
    Mothers’ Prayer Group

PARISH LIFE EVENTS

HOMECOMING

HOMECOMING Beginning with a bilingual service celebration including all parishioners at Messiah, the Homecoming celebration is a festive opportunity that includes a variety of games for children, live music, dance, an old fashioned Cakewalk, and food.

Contact Information:
Biff Baker
949.856.1115
biff@aleks.com

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

BLACK HISTORY MONTH This celebration is held during February at the 10:15am service and features a sermon by a notable member of the local African American community. Musician guests perform music from the African American cultural tradition. The service is followed by a lunch and discussion in the Parish Hall.

Contact Information:
Allen Doby
949.499.9018
dbluescorpio@verizon.net

HISPANIC/LATINO HERITAGE

HISPANIC/LATINO HERITAGE This is a bilingual service held at 10:15am. The service features music from Hispanic and Latino cultural traditions. The service is followed by a festive luncheon.

Contact Information:
Maria Rodriguez
714.547.9928

SHROVE TUESDAY

SHROVE TUESDAY Shrove Tuesday at Messiah offers the opportunity for former, current and new members to gather over a pancake meal and celebrate.

Contact Information:
Harriet Kelly
714.558.3026
harebmk@sbcglobal.net

HOT DOG FEAST

HOT DOG FEAST On the Sunday closest to July 4, we celebrate American independence with patriotic hymns and the National Anthem. After the 10:15am service, we host the American Hot Dog Feast. The patio is decorated in red, white and blue and we enjoy hot dogs, hamburgers and a variety of delicious salads brought by Messiah parishioners.

Contact Information:
Larry Reddel
714.406.9493
lgreddel@hotmail.com

HALLOWEEN PARTY

HALLOWEEN PARTY Each year members of the noon service host a friendly Halloween event for Parish children and families. A highlight for both the children and adults is a highly contested musical chairs competition with champions proclaimed in children’s, women’s and men’s divisions. Children also enjoy a game of limbo and participation in a fun costume parade.

Contact Information:
Angela Casares
714.851.5952
acasares86@yahoo.com