Becoming a Member


Have you found a spiritual home at Church of Our Saviour? Do you want to learn more about what membership here involves?

Individuals and families become members of Church of Our Saviour by offering prayer, volunteer time, and financial support to our common life together. Members receive ongoing pastoral care and support from clergy and the community, the support of the wider Church in their spiritual life and growth, and the mutual accountability that comes with being fully part of a vital parish community.

Full members of Church of Our Saviour:

  1. Are baptized Christians.
  2. Participate in the ongoing worship life of the parish.
  3. Give volunteer time in the parish’s ongoing life and service to the wider community.
  4. Contribute financially on a regular basis to sustain the life of the parish.

To join Church of Our Saviour, fill out the form below either individually or as a family or call (415) 388-1907 or email us anytime to learn more.


Yes! I wish to become a member of Church of Our Saviour.

E-mail: * required

Name(s):

Address:

City, State, and Zip Code:

Telephone:


Complete the four sections below before submitting.


1. Baptismal Information

Baptismal date(s)*:

Baptismal location(s):

I am not baptized, but I would like to learn more about it.

* If filling out as a family, please include each individual’s name and date. Church of Our Saviour and The Episcopal Church fully recognize baptisms completed “in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit” in other Christian faith traditions. The office may reach out to you to assist in formally transferring membership from another congregation. If you don’t retain information about your baptism but believe you were baptized, please make note of that or offer an approximate date.


2. Worship Participation

I will participate in the regular worship life of Church of Our Saviour


3. Volunteer and Service

I am interested in learning more about volunteering for the following service and ministry(s) of Church of Our Saviour:

Check any that apply:

Acolytes

Adult Christian Education

Altar Guild

Choir and Music

Confirmation Classes

Faith in Action Team (includes service to the wider community such as monthly Mt. Carmel lunches, seasonal service to the homeless, and other parish service and advocacy work)

Godly Play (our Sunday School program for young children)

Greeters (welcoming people on Sundays)

Hospitality

Lay Eucharistic Ministry

Lectors (public readers for services)

Middle Saints (our program for Middle Schoolers)

Ushers (assisting with hospitality in Sunday worship)

Vestry

Youth Group

Other:



4. Financial Commitment

I commit to support the life of the parish financially
by pledging*:

$

per month per week per year

* We invite you to be generous within your means, and we have a wide range of pledges sustaining Church of Our Saviour. While the average pledge to Church of Our Saviour in 2017 is $260/month, no commitment is too small or too great. All pledge information is kept confidential. Pledging members receive quarterly statements, and contributions to Church of Our Saviour are tax-deductible. Learn more about pledging and how Church of Our Saviour allocates our finanical resources here.


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Calendar


Thursday
August 24th

Staff meeting
3:00 pm
Office

Sunday
August 27th

Ecumenical Service
1:30 pm
The Redwoods

Tuesday
September 5th

Continuing Capital Campaign Meeting
6:30 pm
Fireside Room

Thursday
September 7th

Staff Meeting
3:00 pm
Office

Thursday
September 7th

Choir Practice
7:00 pm
Choir Room

Sunday
September 10th

Sunday School Kick-Off Sunday
9:45 am
Courtyard & Classrooms

Wednesday
September 13th

Vestry Meeting
6:30 pm
Fireside Room

Wednesday
September 13th

Marin Deanery Meeting
7:00 pm
St. John's, Ross


Monthly Calendar