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  • Equipping the Beloved Community Event

    by the Episcopal Diocese of CaliforniaEd Bacon to keynote Equipping the Beloved Community on August 27thA progressive spokesperson on issues of faith and justice for all regardless of race, gender, faith, or sexual orientation, and recently retired as rector of All Saints Church in Pasadena, Ed Bacon will deliver the keynote address for the Saturday, August 27, 2016 Equipping the Beloved Community event hosted by the Contra Costa Deanery. What: Equipping the Beloved Community Even...

  • Community Resilience Event in Lakeport

    by St. John's Episcopal Church, Lakeport St. John's Episcopal Church in Lakeport is hosting local mindfulness teacher, author and life coach, JoAnn Saccato, M.A.

  • Nightwatch at Grace Cathedral, April 29

    by the Episcopal Diocese of California Join youth from around  Northern California on April 29-30, 2016 for fellowship and fun at "Nightwatch," an overnight “lock-in” program at Grace Episcopal Cathedral in San Francisco for youth in 6-12th grades. There will be facilitated community building, active and contemplative activities, art, music and prayer. Nightwatch can also be a time for youth ministers to spend casual time together.

  • 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.

  • New Camino Conference 2015

    by The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California New Camino invites a diocese into a process of accountability and partnership with congregations wishing to engage in Latino/Hispanic ministries. The New Camino Conference will be held December 4-5, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento. This conference will present participants with an awareness of the reality of our changing context and the possibility of working with Latinos.

  • Finding Joy In Lent!

    A Capital Deanery Children’s Event Children in grades 3 through 6 are invited to an afternoon of fun and fellowship at All Saints Episcopal Church, Sacramento as we explore the theme “Finding Joy in Lent!” There will be games, crafts, singing, snacks and more at this wonderful FREE event! Led by the Rev. Jenni Liem, Executive Director of Camp Noel Porter in Tahoe City, participants will experience a taste of summer camp all the while learning about the Holy Season of Lent.

  • 2014 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE14)

    The 2014 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE14) will be held July 9-13, 2014 at Villanova University in suburban Philadelphia, PA. The upcoming event marks the 12th EYE, which remains a popular and well-attended event. EYE14 is geared for youth in grades 9-12 during the 2013-2014 academic year and their adult leaders.

  • 4th Annual Madrigal Dinner

    by St. Clement's, Rancho Cordova The choir of St. Clement's, Rancho Cordova invites everyone to the 4th Annual Madrigal Dinner on Sunday, December 15, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.

  • 4th Annual Fall Festival

    by St. Augustine, Rocklin St. Augustine Episcopal Church, Rocklin is holding its 4th Annual Fall Festival on Sunday, September 29 from 5:00 p.m.

  • Bread of Life Celebrates 15 Years

    Anniversary Open House & Celebration by Sandra Lommasson, Executive Director, Bread of Life We extend a warm invitation to the members of The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California as a wonderful supporter of our Spirit in the Arts program during our recent fire and over the years. Our 15th Anniversary Open House & Celebration on Saturday, October 20, 1-4 PM at 650 El Camino Avenue (view map) will focus on how creative arts move with power for health, connection and healing into o...

  • Community Food Forum

    Sharing Ideas for Serving the Hungry Co-Sponsored by St John’s, Marysville & Episcopal Community Services (ECS) of Northern California Food ministries abound within our diocese but for the most part, each congregation goes it alone when it comes to developing policies, designing systems and finding funding and food. This first Food Forum, co-sponsored by St. John’s Marysville and Episcopal Community Services, hopes to be the platform for sharing ideas and best practices.

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