In Celebration of the Achievement of AAPIs

Please join St. Margaret’s in May for two events organized to recognize the trauma and the achievement of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. These events have been organized by long-time parishioner and curator Ann Yonemura.

As background reading to begin this month, Ann recommends this article by Dr. Mae Ngai, Professor of Asian American Studies and History at Columbia University, and this book by Mine Okubo, one of over one hundred thousand people of Japanese descent – nearly two-thirds of whom were American citizens – who were forced into “protective custody” shortly after Pearl Harbor. Learn more about the event on May 7 and the event on May 21Register for one or both events.


All are welcome to come and explore

Whether you’ve gone to church your whole life or you are just now beginning your faith journey, St. Margaret’s meets you where you are. We offer classes, retreats, forums, and seminars.

Bring the Family

Helping everyone have an enriching worship experience

Our services are enriched by the participation of everyone present. Children are always welcome in our services. We encourage parents to involve their children by singing joyfully with them, leading them in prayer, modeling good listening, and sharing with them the sacrament of Holy Communion.


Opportunities for all ages

We offer dozens of volunteering opportunities, perfect for kids, young families, and adults looking to help their neighbors, near and far, in a meaningful way, with lasting impact.