Holy Eucharist Catholic Community


Holy Eucharist Catholic Community in Corralitos is currently presided over by Rev. Derek Hughes. They offer a number of ministries including programs for music, a childrens liturgy, and feeding the hungry. The community also offers a Ministerios Hispanos.


About the Green Churches Initiative

Inspired by Pope Francis’ message of environmental stewardship in his encyclical Laudato Si, Greenpower began our Green Churches Initiative in 2016 in collaboration with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Monterey of California and Santa Cruz-based energy efficiency and solar experts Mynt Systems. Our goal is to transform Diocese churches and schools into beacons of sustainable energy production by installing renewable energy systems like solar as well as energy efficiency measures like LED lighting retrofits. Not only will this help protect the environment, it will help save the Diocese millions of dollars that can be used for education and charitable ministries.


Holy Eucharist Catholic Community declines to join Green Churches Initiative

Holy Eucharist Catholic Community in Corralitos has installed solar panels on its facility, taking steps towards greater environmental stewardship. They have declined to join the Green Churches Initiative due to these solar power advancements.



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