In and Around Our Diocese

Everything listed under: the rev. Lewis Powell

  • Reconciliation and the Jesus Movement

    by The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California 2016 Congregational Leadership Conferences: Anti-Racism Training and Beyond In February 2016, 300 lay and clergy leaders from across the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California participated in anti-racism trainings. Responding to the urgent call to address racial reconciliation in The Episcopal Church, the diocese made anti-racism training the sole focus of this year's Congregational Leadership Conferences, training its diocesan leaders in th...

  • Province VIII Winter Talk 2015

    by the Rev. Lewis Powell, Indigenous Ministries Missioner, Episcopal Diocese of Northern California; Deacon, Emmanuel, Grass Valley The Annual Province VIII Winter Talk, sponsored by the Indigenous Peoples Network of Province VIII, will be held the weekend of January 16-18, 2015 at Harrah’s Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada. This year, the focus will be on indigenous women in leadership. The deadline for registration for this event is Friday, December 19, 2014.

  • New Online Course for Facilitators

    by the Rev. Lewis Powell, Deacon, Emmanuel, Grass Valley; Native American Ministries Missioner for the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California The Path to Healing Begins with Understanding An online training course for facilitators called "Christian Responses to the Repudiation of the Doctrine of Discovery" is being presented by the Offices of Indigenous Ministries and Lifelong Christian Formation, in partnership with Lifelong Learning at Episcopal Divinity School. This eight-week course will t...

  • Bishop Ordains Four Transitional Deacons

    by Merry Phillips, member of Christ Church, Eureka On Saturday, June 28, 2014, the Rt. Rev. Barry L.

  • Entering Into Relationship with the Divine

    by the Rev. Lewis Powell, Native American Ministries Missioner, Episcopal Diocese of Northern California; Deacon at Emmanuel, Grass Valley Why we need to enter into a relationship with the Divine, and with each other, is a mystery. But enter into those relationships we do.

  • Rocklin Groundbreaking

    by St. Augustine of Canterbury, Rocklin "That's why they call it Rocklin!" exclaimed Bishop Barry Beisner, as he wielded a golden spade and struggled to lift a shovel full of cobble, marking the site of the altar of St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church's first building.

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