St. Patrick's Episcopal Church


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[St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Thousand Oaks, CA is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.  We are Anglo-Catholic by tradition, meaning we have a great respect for both the rich liturgical heritage of the church, and for living the message of social justice proclaimed by Jesus Christ.

Young or old, gay or straight, single, married or in a relationship, female or male, poor or wealthy, you are welcome at St. Patrick's.  Please consider making St. Patrick's your home. If we can be of any service to you, please call or email to schedule an appointment. 

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Who Are We?

St. Patrick's Episcopal Church has had a rich and fulfilling history since it's creation in 1960.  It was the first Episcopal Church in the Conejo Valley and has been a leader in many positive efforts community wide.  Our Mad Attic Thrift Shop began in 1961.  In 1963 we opened one of the first day schools in Thousand Oaks and we have eagerly helped various local social causes such as the Crop Walk, the Mana Food Drive, the Homeless Dinner Program and recently expanded internationally through the Conejo Compassion Coalition.

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