Welcome to Holy Innocents!
Holy Innocents is a
small Episcopal Church located in Corte Madera in Marin
County. It is a place where both tradition and
innovation are valued. The heart of our community
lies in worship, which takes place at our 9 am Holy
Eucharist, and special services such as Evensong.
Holy Innocents was established in 1905 and is located on
the historic Old Corte Madera Square. All are welcome to
attend services regardless of their faith background.
Whether you know the Episcopal Church well or are brand new
to Christianity, you are invited to explore your beliefs
Holy Week and Easter at Holy Innocents
|Palm Sunday, March 24
|Blessing of the Palms
|Maundy Thursday, March 28
|Maundy Thursday Liturgy and Holy Eucharist
|Good Friday, March 29
|12 pm - 3 pm
|Good Friday Liturgy
Stations of the Cross for families
|Holy Saturday, March 30
|Liturgy of the Tomb
|Easter Day, March 31
|Kids' Church followed by an Easter Egg Hunt for
The Extended Lenten Bible Challenge is Under
Eleven members of Holy Innocents plus Rev. Lynn
started the Challenge last Monday. Please keep them in your
prayers as they strive to read the Bible in a year.
The Confirmation Class meets on
Tuesday from 6:30 to 7:30 in the library.
The Youth Group is open to all youth in
6th grade and above. Please talk to Rev. Lynn if you have a
child who is interested in joining. The Youth Group usually
meets on Sunday evenings.
Youth Group News
The Youth Group calendar is set
for the following dates unless Rev. Lynn lets everyone know
differently. The Middle School Group will continue to meet
from 4-5:30 pm, and the Senior High Group will meet form
5:30-7pm unless otherwise noted.
March 10 and 24
April 14 and 28
6th and 7th graders who are in Confirmation are invited to
join the youth group on the activity nights, but since they
are now in their own group, they will rejoin the Middle
School group after they are confirmed.
Sunday, June 16 to Wednesday, June 19
The EcoPilgrimage is a journey of body and spirit, by boat
and by foot, from The Bishop's Ranch to the Pacific Ocean.
Pilgrims and Ranch Staff will explore the varying
ecosystems of Sonoma County, the Russian River and the
watersheds the trip bisects. A chaplain will provide
spiritual guidance and a naturalist offers ecological
background. Meals from the Ranch kitchen will nourish your
body while shared music and stories around the fire will
form new friendships. Expect to walk or paddle for most of
the day, and be prepared to sleep outside or in tents at
night. Appropriate for pilgrims age 15 or older when
accompanied by a parent. Limited space available. Cost of
trip covers food, camping fees and permits, transportation,
boat and equipment rental. Contact Andrea Foote with
Weekly Food Pantry
Every Thursday from 5 to 7 pm
If you are interested in assisting with the food pantry on
Thursday evenings, please contact Marcella Hauser at
460-6407 or email@example.com.
The Treasure Mart needs volunteers.
If you are able to volunteer even once a month, it would be
greatly appreciated. Please call Liz Burd at 924-2120 if
you are able to help out.
The Altar Guild meets on the fourth
Saturday of the month at 9 am in the Parish Hall for
breakfast and a monthly meeting. The Altar Guild is in need
of new members. Any help, even once a month, would be
The Men's Group meets on the last
Saturday of the month at the Half Day Cafe in Kentfield at