In and Around Our Diocese

Everything listed under: the Very Rev. Cliff Haggenjos

  • Honoring the Rev. Bill Rontani

    by Jeptha Rogers, Senior Warden, St. James' Episcopal Church, Lincoln On April 30, 2016, the Rev. William 'Bill' Rontani retired as Rector from Saint James' Episcopal Church in Lincoln.

  • Central Deneary Spring Convocation

    by the Very Rev. Cliff Haggenjos, Rector, St. John's Episcopal Church, Roseville; Dean, Central Deanery The Central Deneary Spring Convocation will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2016 from 9:00 a.m.

  • On the Road to General Convention

    by The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California On June 22nd, members of The Episcopal Church from across the nation and the world will begin their descent on Salt Lake City, Utah for the 78th Annual General Convention. Among them will be members of the NorCal Deputation, representing The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California. Pictured here, from left to right, are members of the NorCal Deputation, starting with the back row: Jim Jordan, the Very Rev.

  • Renowned Bible Scholar in Sacramento

    by The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California The Rt. Rev. N.T.

  • Missio:Engage! Summit Reflection

    by Steve Mershon, St. Augustine’s, Rocklin On May 2nd and 3rd teams from missio:Engage! 2012 and members of congregations who are interested in learning more about missio:Engage!

  • Beginning Advent

    Central Deanery Begins Advent with a Festival of Lessons and Carols by Central Deanery On Sunday, December 1st, the 10 churches of the Central Deanery celebrated the beginning of the new church year with an Advent Festival of Lessons and Carols. Hosted by St. Andrew's in the Highlands, Antelope; the Rev.

  • Quiet Day Opportunity - Saturday

    by St. John's, Roseville On Saturday, February 9th from 9am-3pm at St. John's Episcopal Church- Roseville, the Esther Chapter of the Daughters of the King will sponsor a Quiet Day entitled,"A life of Faith: a quiet day of reflection on the life of faith as seen through the Psalms." Through taize music, prayers, guided meditations offered by the Very Rev.

  • Rebuilding the Church in Haiti

    Rebuilding the Church in Haiti is a national, grass-roots effort launched on the 1st anniversary of the magnitude seven earthquake that decimated Haiti in 2010. The appeal was authorized by Executive Council of the Episcopal Church in response to the request from Bishop Jean Zach Duracin and the people of Haiti to help rebuild the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. For volunteer information or questions, contact our diocesan campaign coordinator, the Very Rev.

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