In and Around Our Diocese

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  • St. Alban's Partnership Receives Grant

    by Cynthia Woods, Board of Directors, Episcopal Foundation of Northern California (EFNC) St. Alban’s, Arcata and Arcata House Partnership Receives $15,000 ECS Grant Twenty-four years ago, in the city of Arcata in northwest California, a group of people began the hard work of bringing to light the issues of chronic homelessness. People from the Arcata area, city government and the many faith communities were willing to collaborate to help bring about change.

  • Congregational Leaders Meet in Eureka

    by The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California A lively group of lay and clergy leaders gathered at Christ Episcopal Church in Eureka on Saturday, April 11th for the northwest Congregational Leadership Conference. Bishop Barry Beisner welcomed attendees and led Morning Prayer in the beautiful nave of Christ Church, and introduced the 2015 Bible Challenge. The Rev.

  • New Grant Opportunity Now Available

    by the Rev. Lucretia Jevne, President of the Board of Episcopal Community Services and Priest-in-Partnership, St. Brigid's, Rio Vista Episcopal Community Services (ECS) is pleased to announce a new grant opportunity.

  • What’s In a Logo?

    by the Rev. Christine Leigh-Taylor, Chair the Board of Directors’ Communications Committee of the Episcopal Foundation of Northern California Over the last three years, the Episcopal Foundation of Northern California (EFNC) has been rethinking how it can function most effectively for the institutions of the diocese. The Board is now an all-volunteer work force, with one paid part-time staff person to handle administrative coordination.

  • Life Planning Workshops

    Ninety-Seven Attend Life Planning Guide Workshop at St. Mary’s, Napa The large crowd was a result of the hard work of the Rev. Canon Stephen Carpenter, church rector and Episcopal Foundation Board Member Jack Bellevue, a parishioner at St.

  • Are You leaving a Legacy or a Mess?

    Find Out if You Have Everything in Order by Marcie Larkey, Vice President of the Episcopal Foundation of the Diocese of Northern California Planning for after you’re gone is difficult for most people; if it is difficult for you, you are not alone. A few hours of your time and effort now will save your family from a lot of heartache later. This lively workshop will include discussions on many topics: organizing those important papers; making end-of-life choices; leaving the necessary information ...

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