May 22, 2013
201 Washington Avenue
Chelsea, MA 02150
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Saturday 6:30 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. English,
12 p.m. Spanish,
First Sunday of each month
12 p.m. bilingual
Tue-Fri 8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
Our Mission Church Community
Come to the About Us section to find out what we're all about!
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What is the Episcopal Church?
Find out about the Episcopal Church and its history in our What is the Episcopal Church page.
Who We Are
We are individuals and families of all ages that reflect the diversity of Chelsea and the Greater Boston area: Some of us are from Latin America (especially Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia and Venezuela) others from Africa (Nigeria), Asia (Sri-Lanka) , the Caribbean (Montserrat, Jamaica, Haiti) and yes, also New Englanders from European and Afro American stock. We have diverse sexual orientations, and some among us have disabilities. We come together to this corner of Chelsea to celebrate our unity in diversity and to honor God through Worship and service to the community.
We are a Mission Church of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. As such, we are members of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We invite you to visit the websites of the Episcopal Church, the Diocese of Massachusetts, and the Anglican Communion below to learn more about the larger context of our Spiritual identity.
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