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Last Updated: 10/24/2013
On June 12th, 2011, in response to a growing desire to answer God’s call to unity across all cultures, the Episcopal churches of St. Joseph the Worker and Holy Child signed a covenant (link coming soon) of unity committing to work toward becoming one congregation.

This process began in 2009 when St. Josephs and Holy Child brought to the attention of our Bishop the desire to form a unified body. The Bishop appointed Canon Jesus Reyes as our guide and mentor for this process. We began talks between the Bishops Committee of Holy Child and the Vestry of St. Joseph which included Bible study around the topic of unity among God’s people and discernment of what we were called to do in response.

The two congregations approved the idea of unification and a group was formed to write a covenant that would guide the process going forward. They envisioned a unified fellowship as being one that shares the love of God, honors the different cultures of the two churches and forms a loving community committed to living out the Gospel. The heart of this process is building relationships. The covenant was signed on the Day of Pentecost, June 12, 2011 by Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves as representative of the Diocese of El Camino Real and by representatives of Holy Child Episcopal Church and St. Joseph Episcopal Church. This formally launched our journey toward unification.

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