Faith Episcopal Church

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Faith Episcopal Church
Basic information
Location Cameron Park, CA, USA
Geographic coordinates 38°39′20″N 121°00′41″W / 38.65556°N 121.01139°W / 38.65556; -121.01139
Affiliation Episcopal Church in the United States of America
Country United States of America
Year consecrated 2003
Ecclesiastical or organizational status active
Heritage designation none
Leadership Father Sean Cox [1]
Website Faith Episcopal Church, Cameron Park, California
Architectural description
Groundbreaking 2001
Completed 2002
Direction of façade south-west
Capacity 500+ (worship)
Materials Metal Frame and Stucco

Faith Episcopal Church is located in Cameron Park, California, United States, adjacent to U.S. Route 50 in the California Gold Country foothills region. Parishioners come from Sacramento, Folsom, El Dorado Hills and the Placerville area. The parish is located in a modern church building completed in 2003, housing a congregation that started as a mission group in the home of Father Kent S. McNair. In the spring of 2001 Faith Church became a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California.[2] Faith Church is one of the younger parishes in the Diocese.

The single church building is designed as a multi-functional facility with sanctuary, library, multi-purpose rooms, and administrative offices. The master plan for the 10-acre (40,000 m2) site includes a chapel, a columbarium, a dedicated sanctuary and a Christian education building.


On Easter Sunday 1992, Faith Church held its first public service in a storefront building about two miles (3 km) from the current parish location. For almost 11 years, Faith Church grew steadily, eventually outgrowing its space. In 2003, the parish moved into a newly constructed church building on the current site, on the western edge of Cameron Park, California.[3]


On January 27, 2013, the Bishop Barry Beisner of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California performed the installation of the current Reverend Sean Cox.

Supporting Rector Sean Cox, is Reverend Emeritus Kent S. McNair and other rectors from the Diocese and the region.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Our Clergy". Faith Episcopal Church. 
  2. ^ "Faith Episcopal Church". The Episcopal Church (United States). 
  3. ^ "Faith Church History". Faith Episcopal Church. Retrieved July 20, 2010.