In and Around Our Diocese

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  • Veterans Day Celebration at Cathedral

    by the Rev. Diana Turner, Associate, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sacramento Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento presents a Veterans Day Celebration on Sunday, November 8, 2015 at 1-3:30 p.m. The opening ceremonies will include the Patriot Guard Riders of the California Capitol Region and the Sacramento Valley Veterans Color Guard.

  • Clergy Quiet Day with Bishop Beisner

    By God’s Mercy: Lenten Reflections on Vocation With Bishops Barry Beisner and Brian Thom Bishop Barry Beisner is hosting a Lenten Clergy Quiet Day with Bishop Brian J. Thom, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho on February 25th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

  • National Day of Prayer Event on May 1st

    by St. Luke's, Auburn The Sergeant Major Jon R. Cavaiani Chapter Association of the United States Army will hold a special National Day of Prayer event at St.

  • From Annunciation to Resurrection

    From Annunciation (Call) to Resurrection (Mission) in 5 Days January 6-11, 2014 Mount Calvary Monastery Santa Barbara, CA Do you yearn for deeper spiritual rest? This five-day spiritual feast has been prepared for you! The retreat's emphasis will be to name, deepen and celebrate where our call, hidden life, public ministry, passion/death and resurrection intersects with Christ's journey.

  • Sierra Service Project Trip

    Sierra Service Project Sends Youth and Young Adults to Central America Register by May 3, 2013 by The Sierra Service Project The Sierra Service Project, SSP, has sent teams of young people to serve and learn in Central America since 2003. These are challenging, life-changing and extremely rewarding experiences for mature young people eager to grow in faith and understanding. These projects focus on social justice; participants immerse themselves in the culture of Nicaragua and Guatemala, two of ...

  • Holy Week

    by The Episcopal Church Holy Week is the week before Easter Day, beginning with the Sunday of the Passion / Palm Sunday. Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday are known as the "Triduum," and the liturgies on these days commemorate the events leading up to Jesus' resurrection. Holy Week ends with the Easter Vigil, usually celebrated at sundown the night before Easter.

  • Lenten Quiet Day at Bishop's Ranch

    Lenten Quiet Day with The Very Rev. Dr. Jane Shaw, the Dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco The Rev.

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