In and Around Our Diocese

Everything listed under: hungry

  • ECS Grant Truly Serving in Marysville

    by Episcopal Community Services; St. John's, Marysville; Susan Kimmel, project director, Loaves & Britches There are exciting things to report from St. John’s Episcopal Church in Marysville!

  • 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.

  • How Are the Poor In Your Area?

    by the Rev. Canon Tina Campbell We must talk about poverty because people insulated by their own comfort lose sight of it. Dorothy Day How are the poor in your area?

  • Stop Hunger Now Event

    by St. Augustine of Canterbury, Rocklin "Join us in this fun family activity," said Jim Quinney, chair for the Stop Hunger Now international meal-packing event at St. Augustine Episcopal Church, 1800 Wildcat Blvd., Rocklin, on Saturday, March 22nd from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

  • So Much More Than Soup

    by the Ven. Cookie Clark, Archdeacon for The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California and Deacon at Epiphany, Vacaville Making soup for 30 - 40 people is less daunting than planning 300 dinners. For that reason, I signed-up to provide a soup lunch on the first Tuesday of the month at Epiphany, Vacaville.

  • Homeless and Hungry

    by the Rev. Dave Ferrell, deacon at Holy Trinity, Nevada City Thank you Lord, Thank you Lord, Thank you Lord, Amen. It is the prayer I offer before each meal for the homeless & hungry.

  • The Socks Project

    "…for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink…I was naked and you gave me clothing." Matthew 25:35-36a What do you do when cold, rainy weather leaves you with wet shoes, wet socks, and cold feet? Those of us who are fortunate go home and change into some dry socks and shoes or slippers, and turn up the heat. Our brothers and sisters who live on the street do not have that luxury.

  • Deacon Dave

    Serving Community No Chore for Dave Ferrell by John R. Hart, The Union Because his small office doubles as a store room for donated food that the Rev. Deacon Dave Ferrell collects for hungry people, it becomes increasingly cramped as Christmas nears.

  • It Is Not Too Late

    Episcopal Community Services - It Is Not Too Late To Help Rejoice, the Lord Is Nigh! The theme for the third Sunday of Advent is Joy! Joy is a difficult word to capture most of the year, but during Advent we all share those great feelings of anticipation and expectation.

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