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  • Youth Are Leading the Way

    by the Rev. Sarah Quinney, Assistant Rector, St. John's Episcopal Church, RosevilleI have been blessed to participate in three pilgrimages this year with youth and young adults from our diocese and around the world: last summer with the Lift Every Voice Freedom Ride in North Carolina; this summer with the Lift Every Voice Pilgrimage to South Africa; and this summer on the Pathways Youth Pilgrimage in our diocese. These experiences have created space for tremendous transformation i...

  • Youth Leaders Pilgrimage to South Africa

    by Paula Schaap, Director of Communications, Episcopal Diocese of Northern CaliforniaWhen about a dozen youth and young adults from the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California traveled to North Carolina last summer to take part in Lift Every Voice: Freedom Ride, it began a three-year commitment to learn about ways to seek justice and reconciliation at home and abroad. Many of the same young people made a life-changing trip to South Africa this summer in the second year of their pilgrimage. The ...

  • School for Deacons Graduation

    by the Ven. Beatryce "Cookie" Clark, Archdeacon, Episcopal Diocese of Northern California; Deacon, Epiphany Episcopal Church, Vacaville The School for Deacons held its 2016 graduation ceremony on Sunday, May 22nd at All Saints' Chapel on the campus of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP) in Berkeley. This year's graduating class included the following members from the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California: Beth Gaines (St.

  • 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.

  • Dynamic Celtic Benefit Concert, Roseville

    by St. John's Episcopal Church in Roseville St. John's Episcopal Church in Roseville invites you to a special Celtic Concert and Benefit Event, featuring bag pipes, Celtic dancers, Irish fiddle and much more on Friday, March 18th at 7:00 p.m., doors open at 6:00 p.m.

  • Stop Hunger Now Packing Event 2016

    by Barbara Woolman, Member, St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church in Rocklin "Three different days and four different times to do something good!" said Jim Quinney, chair of the Stop Hunger Now Meal-Packing event.  A three-day, two-community meal-packing event is planned for March 11-13, 2016 at St. Augustine Episcopal Church in Rocklin.

  • Bringing General Convention Back Home

    by Joyce Patterson, Member, St. John's, Roseville; Lay Deputy, 78th General Convention The long legislative days of June 25th to July 3rd are now history, and the thousands of participants- bishops, deputies, convention staff, volunteers and vendors- are home. We elected a new Presiding Bishop, the Rt.

  • Your Prayers for The Episcopal Church

    by Joyce Paterson, Lay Deputy, NorCal Deputation; Member, St. John's, Roseville As our NorCal Deputation prepares for departures to Salt Lake City for General Convention 2015, some in the air and others on the road, we will work hard to remember that, as we meet other deputations from all over The Episcopal Church's geographical boundaries, we are following Jesus together and trying to do it better. We are staying for almost two weeks in a new community, both within and outside the Convention, a...

  • MDG Grant Turned Global Partnership

    by the Rev. Lucretia Jevne, Chair, Millennium Development Goal Committee Grant Report: 2014 Millennium Development Grant of $3,000.00 Transforms Mission Outreach A 2014 Millennium Development Grant has became the seed of a global partnership, as members of St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church in Rocklin and members of St.

  • Renowned Bible Scholar in Sacramento

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

  • Capital Episcopal Youth Network

    by Elizabeth Coldiron, Capital Episcopal Youth Network, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento The Capital Episcopal Youth Network was formed in the fall of 2014, when youth leaders from churches in and around the Sacramento area came together to create opportunities for youth to serve, learn and grow together- all while having fun! In 2015, the holiday weekends of Martin Luther King Day and Presidents’ Day were the times these Episcopal youth served together for Sierra Service Project’s Weeken...

  • Spring Lectures with Bishop N.T. Wright

    by the Rev. Peter Rodgers, Vicar, St. Andrew's, Antelope; Supervising Pastor, Center for Bible Study Tickets are now on sale for the Rt.

  • The Light Has Come into the World!

    by the Rev. Sarah Quinney, Transitional Deacon, St. Augustine, Rocklin and St.

  • MDG Grants Awarded for 2014

    by Thea Mangels, MDG Committee Member and Executive Assistant to the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California The Millennium Development Goals Committee (MDG) is excited to announce our 2014 grant recipients. These grants are made possible by the generosity of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California. In 2007, Diocesan Convention voted to devote 0.7% of its budget in support of the Millennium Development Goals following the lead of the Episcopal Church General Convent...

  • 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.

  • Turning Wine Into Water for Haiti

    by St. John's, Roseville You are invited to share and enjoy an elegant evening with your friends, neighbors and St. John’s, Roseville parishioners of turning WINE (from California) into WATER (for Haiti).

  • Concert Added at St. John's, Roseville

    by St. John’s, Roseville St. John’s Episcopal Church in Roseville has scheduled a second community concert in their 2014 series, and you are invited!

  • Cross Dedication and Blessing

    by St. Luke's, Auburn On Sunday, February 2, 2014 a Celtic Cross, mounted on the belfry of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Auburn, California, was blessed and dedicated in loving memory of the Rev.

  • Save the Date: Missio:Engage!

    Save the Date: Missio:Engage! Conference to be held May 2nd-3rd at St. Augustine, Rocklin & St.

  • The Bible Challenge Conference 2013

    by St. John’s Roseville On Saturday, September 21, 2013, over 125 faithful saints from the Central Deanery and beyond gathered at St. John’s Roseville for The Bible Challenge Reading Conference.

  • The Bible Challenge Conference

    “The Big Story of the Bible: Studies in Isaiah 40-55” An Invitation from the Faith Community of St. John's Episcopal Church, Roseville The Rev. Peter Rodgers, Priest-in-Charge at St.

  • Cursillo #108

    Event: May 2 - 5, 2013 Application Due: April 26, 2013 by the Rev. Mike Kerrick, Rector at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Carmichael Cursillo #108 is scheduled for May 2 - 5, 2013 at St.

  • A Call to Risk

    by the Very Rev. Clifford Haggenjos, Rector of St. John's, Roseville and Dean of the Central Deanery I will admit that these past few weeks I have been somewhat enthralled by the recent shift in leadership in both the Roman Catholic Church as well as our own Anglican Communion.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Deanery Celebrates Together

    Central Deanery’s Festival of Advent Lessons and Carols by the Very Rev. Clifford Haggenjos, Dean of the Central Deanery and Rector of St. John's, Roseville and the Rev.

  • Gathering Inn-terest in Outreach

    article by Jo Jones and photos by Adrienne Collom St. John’s, Roseville The sleepover guests arrived by bus from The Gathering Inn just in time for a tasty stew supper prepared by members of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Roseville (whose ministry group is pictured at right) and served family style on Sunday, January 15.

  • St. John's Set Apart for Worship

    article and photos by Caitlin Gutenberger, Communications Coordinator "This beautiful building has become a visible symbol of the presence of Christ in our midst. It is a symbol that represents the foundation upon which we build our life - Jesus Christ. The cross atop our cupola proclaims this to our community and the world." - the Rev.

  • Congregations Remember 9-11

    by Caitlin Gutenberger, Communications Coordinator Many congregations in our diocese have planned to remember the 10-year anniversary of September 11. Some of these events are listed below: ~ Alex Aprea, member Troop #802, sponsored by St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Carmichael, will be completing his Eagle Scout Project of erecting a memorial at Cesar Chavez park with a piece of steel beam from the ruins of the twin towers on Sunday, September 11.

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