~ All Are Welcome ~

8:00 am ~ Rite I service
10:30 am ~ Rite II service
2979 Coloma St. • Placerville, CA
(530) 622-2441

Click here to see our Values, Purpose, and Vision Statement

We respect the dignity of every human being by welcoming, validating, and supporting all persons, whatever their race, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, health status, physical ability, marital status, or stage of spiritual journeying.

No matter where you come from or where you’re going,
No matter what you believe or what you doubt.
No matter what you feel or don’t feel today.
You are welcome into this space to be met by
a God who knows you by name,
Who knows your heart, who knows your mind, and
Who wants to be in a relationship with you.


News, Notes, and Coming Events

Sunday Services (8:00am and 10:30am) are held onsite. Masks are required. The 10:30 service is also livestreamed on our Facebook page. If you join us from home, please click here for the October 24th, 10:30 service bulletin and here for our Facebook page.



For those folks who lost their home or any structure over 120 sq/ft you must connect with the County's "After the Fire" Contact Us links. Click here for the County's "After the Fire" web page or here for the RIGHT OF ENTRY form information. The RIGHT OF ENTRY form must be submitted to get the state OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES to clean up your fire damage. 

After the Fire link

Right of Entry form link


  • DO NOT attempt to do the cleanup yourself.
  • DO NOT let your insurance contractor do it either.
  • IF THE STATE DOES THE WORK IT WON’T COST YOU. If the damage and debris have been touched the State won't do the cleanup and the cost will be on your shoulders.

Getting it in early will give them time to help you correct any errors.

If you know someone in this situation talk to them and share just how important this is.


Click here for El Dorado County's COVID vaccine updates.


Onsite Services: We are keeping the doors open for worship. We must wear masks at all times inside the church for the time being. Safe distancing must be observed. While it is always wise to stay home when you are feeling cold or flu symptoms, it is especially important now if you have any symptoms for cold, flu or COVID-19. Possible COVID symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, night sweats, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, tiredness, muscle or body aches, headaches, confusion, or loss of sense of taste/smell.


Coffee Hour:  We have a coffee hour after each service, with beverages only, served in disposable cups. Pull up a chair in the courtyard and visit. New coffee hostesses and hosts are now needed as we begin to gather. If you can help with a coffee hour, please speak up.


Women's Bible Study, Wednesday mornings at 10:00: We resumed our study of Luke with Chapter 13 from N.T. Wright For Everyone-Bible Study Guides. All women are invited to join us. If you don’t have a book, you can order one online at christianbook.com. If you need help ordering, please contact LeAnn Bettencourt at 530-644-4789.


Annual Diocesan Convention, Friday/Saturday November 5/6: Diocesan Convention is the primary legislative body of the Diocese of Northern California. Clergy and lay delegates from each parish meet once a year. The number of lay delegates is determined by identifying in which congregational range the congregation belongs. We are allowed three delegates based on the size of our parish. The Bishop has announced that this year's convention will again by done remotely via Zoom. Diocesan Convention is open to all. Register by clicking here:https://www.norcalepiscopal.org/site/diocesan-convention-2021/


Performance of The Trials of Clarence Darrow, Saturday, November 13, at 2:00 pm: Written and performed by Paul Hauck as a benefit for the preservation of our historic church. Tickets will be $15 and include refreshments.

Community Prayer Corner: Have you checked It out yet? We offer a place for folks walking by the opportunity to add their prayers. This painted rock is located by the front stairs to the church where there is also a basket of pens and strips of cloth to write on. Everyone is invited to pray silently and/or leave their written prayer on the front fence.

Discretionary Fund: Rev. Debra maintains a Discretionary Fund that she can use to provide assistance as needed. She can provide emergency assistance for food, transportation, and help with medical bills. The Vestry provides some funding for this every year, but additional donations would expand what Rev. Debra can do during the year. Donations may be made to Church of Our Saviour, with "Discretionary Fund" in the memo line.

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