Holy Cross Episcopal Church

Open Minds, Open Arms Oceanside, CA
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
Holy Cross Episcopal Church

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Address
204 S Freeman St
Oceanside, CA 92054

Phone
760-930-1270

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Who We Are

We are a welcoming, inclusive, open and affirming Christian congregation whose worship is grounded in the rich Anglican tradition. Throughout our 30-year history, we have learned what it really means to be a community gathered by God. It’s all about unity, and practicing love and forgiveness in a polarized world. At Holy Cross, you are invited to love and be loved by God who has created us all to be one in a sacred and unbroken unity. This is the same God who calls each of us by name, who accepts us with unconditional love, and who offers what the world cannot give – peace that passes all human understanding.

About Us

Vibe
Traditional Liturgy, Down to Earth, Friendly, Progressive, Gay affirming, Inclusive, Multigenerational

Programs
Community Service, Social Justice, Children's Ministry, Choir, Adult Education

Music
Organ, Traditional Hymns, A capella, Contemporary

Denomination
Episcopal

Networks

Size
Small

Language
English

Founded
1986

Contact

Address
204 S Freeman St
Oceanside, CA 92054

Phone
760-930-1270

Website

Directions
Get directions on Google Maps

Our Services

What if I'm not a Christian?
Come join us! We have shared our space with a Jewish a community. We have Jewish, Muslim, and other non-Christian spouses of members worship with us. We are a welcoming, inclusive congregation and we will welcome you with open arms!

Leadership

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Richard Hogue, Jr.
Vicar

The Reverend Richard Hogue Jr. grew up in the Northern Wisconsin where he was deeply rooted in the Episcopal tradition and the natural beauty of wilderness. Before ordination, some formative experiences shaped who he is as a priest today, including volunteering in the slums of South Africa and as a lay missioner in the Diocese of Newark. He then attended seminary at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley. Most recently, Rev. Richard served as the Associate Rector of St. Andrew’s Encinitas.

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