In and Around Our Diocese

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  • Safer Church Training in Davis

    by Safe Church, The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California Safe Church policy training is being offered on Saturday, October 10, 2015 at the Episcopal Church of St. Martin in Davis. For ministries involving children, pastoral care or church administration, The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California requires this training to help prevent child abuse, sexual exploitation and sexual harassment.

  • Winning the Ebola Fight in Liberia

    by the Rev. Dan Boeger, Deacon, St. Timothy's, Gridley In response to the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) of 2014, a grant of $3,000.00 was awarded to St.

  • Donation Request for Ebola Prevention

    by Dan Boeger, member, St.Timothy's, Gridley Deadly Ebola continues to spread in West Africa, with the first cases in Ghana and Sierra Leone identified just this past week. In some cases, patients are dying of shock within just 10 days. St.

  • Horn of Plenty Golf Fundraiser

    by St. Nicholas', Paradise St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Paradise is pleased to announce that their Second Annual Horn of Plenty Golf Fundraiser will take place on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at the Tuscan Ridge Golf Club in Paradise.

  • EfM Graduation 2013

    by Sally Rooney, EfM Diocesan Coordinator On Friday, June 7, 2013, we will honor this year's graduates of our diocesan-sponsored Education for Ministry Program. The Celebration and Eucharist will be at 7:00 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral with the Rt.

  • St. Michael's Breaks Ground

    article and photo courtesy of the Rev. Jesse Vaughan, Headmaster of St. Michael's Episcopal Day School St.

  • A New Concentration for GTU

    The Graduate Theological Union (GTU) announced the addition of Interreligious Studies as the 16th area of concentration for its Common Master of Arts degree. Two Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP) professors, Marion Grau, Ph.D., and Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, Ph.D., are among seven faculty for the new interreligious focus for the master’s program shared by GTU with CDSP and other partner seminaries. The purpose of the M.A.

  • Explore an Education at CDSP

    photo courtesy of CDSP staff Are you interested in attending the Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP?) Please join CDSP’s two-day residential program and experience the breadth of coursework, participate in corporate worship, receive information on financial aid and housing (individual and family), and be in community with students from across the world who have come to CDSP to continue their own personal academic journeys in ministry. There is no cost for registration, lodging or meals;...

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