December 14 at 1 PMHealth and Wellness General Meeting 

December 20, 2014 at 6:30 PM - Benefit Concert for Cancer Patient. Holy Child and St. Martin Daly City. If unable to come, please make donations to Holy Child and St. Martin with memo: Cancer Patient. Jas Arandia is a U.S. Marine Veteran.

December 21, 2014 at 12 Noon. HCSM Christmas Party with Lyle Richardson

December 21, 2014 at 4 PM to 6 PM. Inn Vision Shelter feeding led by HCSM Youth at South Airport Boulevard. We will be feeding 120 people. Please make donations to HCSM with memo Feeding. 

Dec. 22, Monday at 10 am to 12 PM, ACDC Youth Annual Christmas Party at Yerba Buena Bowling and Skating. Please wrap a gift worth $5 for the gift exchange. 

Dec. 24 at 7 PM. Christmas Eve / Pageant .Rehearsal are on going every Friday at 6 PM. 

December 25 at 10:30 amChristmas Day Eucharist

December 31 at 6 PMNew Year’s Eve Eucharist

January 11, 2015 - Feast of  The Holy Child / Santo Nino

January 18, 2015 at 4-6 PM, Inn Vision Shelter Feeding led by HCSM Youth.

January 25, 2015, 12 Noon –  Church Annual Meeting

February 6, 2015High School Happening at St John Ross

February 15, 2015, 12 Noon, Church Hall - Valentine’s Day Lunch treat to all lovers 

February 17, 2015 at 6 PM, Church Hall – Shrove Tuesday sponsored by Men’s Group

February 18, 2015, Ash Wednesday. Imposition of ashes at 7:30 am; 12:30 Noon, and 6 PM. 

February 22, 2015, Inn Vision Shelter Feeding led by HCSM Youth.




  1. Bread for the World Every Monday Morning, 7:30 am to 9 am
  2. Website designer and Management
  3. Youth volunteers for feeding Inn Vision Shelter home in SSF
  4. Health and Wellness Clinic volunteers


62838_3966043009146_1603679253_n[1]Greetings and welcome to Holy Child and St. Martin Episcopal Church located in beautiful gateway to the Peninsula, the City of Daly City, California. We are a community of warm and loving people from a diverse culture and family backgrounds united with one accord to uphold  “One Faith, One Hope, One Baptism, One God and Father of All.” We uphold the dignity of all human being and the community that surround us. We share our love to everyone by doing the will of God to the least of our brothers and sisters and by reaching out to the needs of the poor, the oppressed, the homeless, the destitute, the lonely and the less fortunate. Like the Holy Child Jesus who embraces us with his cloak of Love, Peace and Joy, so we too must share those blessings to others. Similarly, like St. Martin of tours who covered the needy with his cloak, and San Martin De Porres who worked for the poor and the orphaned, so we also must be reflective to do the same to everyone who needs them.

God continues to bless Holy Child and St. Martin in so many ways. Amidst so many rich gifts and experiences the Lord teaches us today, just as he taught his first disciples, telling all to focus only on the tasks he gives each to do. This sets the stage at the outset of our Health and Wellness Ministry. As Holy Child and St. Martin welcomes all people of different backgrounds, culture and faith, we are humbled by the work of the Holy Spirit and the action of God in the lives of all the faithful.

The Lord has promised good things for us for the years to come. He has called us to tend His sheeps among the uninsured and less fortunate in the community. Let us continue to  focus on cultivating the seeds of faith sown by the very gifts God has given us by reaching out to the community through our Health and Wellness program in giving free monitoring of blood pressure, heart rate, lungs, weight and health management and education to our community.

We are reminded to be very conscious of the sacrifices of those who have sowed the original seeds of faith in the hearts of the institutions who provide their services to similar people like: The Diocese of California, Seton Medical Center’s daughters of charity, San Mateo Health Department, Clinic by the Bay, Rota Care,New Haven health and Hospice Care Inc, Physicians for a National Health Program, Doelger’s Senior Center, Peninsula Clergy Network, New ALLICE Alliance, Bayanihan Center of SF, Philippinie Association of University Women-USA, Saturday Afternoon club, the City of Daly City, Pacifica and Colma, Kaiser Permanente Filipino Nurses Association and many others. Those who come, see and being empowered by our holistic approach through Body, Spirit and Mind are hoped to share the same to those who might need them.

While we recognize the needs of humanity, we are also called to recognize the needs of the rest of God’s creation, by honoring and respecting their presence. We recognize that we are interdependent in the balance ecology of nature and with such, we have a responsibility to take care of each other.

I call upon you all, in the name of God who supplies all our needs, through His Son Jesus Christ our Lord and the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, to tell others to Come, See and be empowered with the great sign God is doing in our midst here at Holy Child and St. Martin. Let us indeed serve as the Gateway to God’s wonderful Vineyard in this community and the world.


The Rev. Leonard B. Oakes, Vicar