welcome to st. margaret’s church! we are glad you looked us up. st. margaret’s is an ethnically diverse community of children and adults, disciples and seekers, straight and gay, wealthy and homeless, walking together on the journey of faith. we care for our community and our world and that care is seen in the work we do. charlie’s place offers food and support for the homeless; we support medical outreach in honduras; we bless animals in honor of st. francis; and we seek justice for those without voice. we bring all of ourselves to church; not just the good parts, but the broken parts as well. we work out our faith in community with worship, prayer, and bible study as we seek deeper relationship with god and one another. we follow in the footsteps of jesus, the christ, because he has shown us real, abundant life. we know that our creator has made us for joy and wholeness. these characteristics are manifest in us as we give ourselves to helping others attain them. st. margaret’s is a community that laughs and shares and gives thanks for all good things! we invite you to explore our website and to visit us. wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we invite you to join us for worship and fellowship. god’s table is set every sunday and there is a place for you.
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