Saturday, January 2, 2010


A new beginning on January 3, 2010
You are invited to worship with us at Holy Spirit Anglican Church
on Sunday mornings at 9.30

Who are we?
Holy Spirit Anglican Church San Diego is a community of people who desire to worship God in the Anglican tradition, to witness about Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord, and to walk daily with the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives.  We are members of the Anglican Church in North America and associated with the worldwide Anglican Communion. Our pastor is the Rev. David Montzingo, a graduate of Harvard University and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  Fr. Montzingo has served at three churches in the San Diego area over the past twenty years.  He is currently a chaplain in the Order of St. Luke the Physician and a faculty associate at Bethel Seminary in San Diego.

What is our mission?
Holy Spirit Anglican Church San Diego seeks to remain connected to historic Christian beliefs and practices as understood by the Anglican tradition, while at the same time making these available to present and future generations in our area. An important part of our mission will be to impact the many students and faculty of San Diego State University by sharing the grace of Jesus Christ and the transforming power of his Spirit.

Where do we meet?
Holy Spirit Anglican Church gathers for worship on Sunday mornings in the chapel of Bethel Seminary, 6116 Arosa Street, in the College Area of San Diego, ½ block off College Avenue and ½ mile from the San Diego State University campus. Parking is available beside and behind the seminary building, or on the street in front of it. During the week we plan to meet in various locations for friendship and discussion. On Sundays, homes will be open for anyone to share an informal meal and learn more about the church.

Note: Rev. David Montzingo was pastor of North Park’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on 30th Street until just a few years ago and it is our pleasure to continue in fellowship with Holy Spirit Anglican Church and ask God’s blessing on this new endeavor.

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