This documentary was a result of a project on multicultural congregations funded by the Louisville Institute and sponsored by Hartford Seminary. As part of that work I planned to revisit an Episcopal parish in Oxnard, CA, I filmed in 1999, when it was struggling to become a genuinely multicultural congregation with the leadership of a gifted Mexican-American priest, the Rev. Anthony Guillén. Now, 12 years later, Guillén was head of Latino/Hispanic ministries for the Episcopal Church. Reconnecting with him led to our filming an example of his current work in Las Vegas, Nevada, helping encourage similar developments throughout the church, and to filming the inspiring "New Community Lay and Clergy Conference" organized by him and his fellow "ethnic missioners" in the Episcopal Church in San Diego in March 2012. All these materials were used in telling this story. Recent material shot by me. 1999 material shot by Alan Dater. For music for this piece I am grateful to Jetro da Silva, Tita Lobo, Jose Roberto Hernandez, Jose Cuellar, and OCP. (Please note: While this piece is basically complete, we have not had sufficient funds to fully mix the sound track.) Meanwhile, DVD copies for educational use are available through James Ault Productions at jamesault.com.