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St. Columba's Episcopal Church

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Mission Statement

Partners with Christ in a Caring and Inclusive Community
Seeking to know Christ and to make Christ known through:

  • Loving God and responding to God’s presence in each other
  • Enhancing spiritual growth for people of all ages within the Episcopal context
    of scripture, reason, tradition, and worship
  • Fostering a healing and caring community within the parish and beyond
  • Promoting progressive, challenging, and vital ministries
  • Striving for justice and peace among all people.

Worship times

9:30 am
Holy Eucharist (said)
10:00 am
Holy Eucharist in the chapel
5:30 pm
Digital Prayer in the style of the Taize Community is offered on the 4th Sunday evening of the month, except in the summer.


Labyrinth Guild

Faith Formation

The Labyrinth Guild leads monthly guided labyrinth walks and maintains the gardens around the parish labyrinth. The labyrinth is open to the parish and public during daylight hours and is located off the rear parking lot, behind the Childrens Learning Center.

Fr Greg Larkin


Lectio Divina

Faith Formation

Lectio Divina is offered on Monday evenings in the Chapel; check the parish calendar (on the website) as this is a seasonal ministry. The text used is the Gospel selection for the following Sunday. 

Prayer Group

Faith Formation

The members of the Prayer Group commit to praying for each person on the parish prayer list at least once a week. The list is available in the Sunday bulletin and in the weekly e-mail, This Week at St. Columba's. New additions to the list are emailed from the parish administrator as requests are added by members of the parish to those members of the group who wish. Occasionally members of the group will meet to discuss prayer concerns and types of prayer that a person has found to be particularly helpful.

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1251 Las Posas Rd
Camarillo, CA 93010-3001
United States



The Rev. Dr. Michael P. Anderson


Carol Browning

Office Manager

Rabecca Mendoza

Children's Learning Center Director

Organized groups

Adult faith formation
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)/Narcotics Anonymous/Twelve Step
Boy Scouts
Daughters of the King
Eucharistic Ministers/Visitors