In and Around Our Diocese

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  • Responding to Refugees Online Training

    by Anne Clarke, Lifelong Christian Faith Formation Coordinator, The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California A new learning opportunity is being offered through ChurchNext called Responding to Refugees with Allison Duvall, Program Manager for Episcopal Migration Ministries. Learn about refugees, resettlement, and how Christians might consider, and relieve, their plight. Allison Duvall  invites us to understand and come alongside those whom the Bible asks us to care for.

  • CDSP Fall 2015 Online Courses

    by Church Divinity School of the Pacific Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP) offers regular online courses via CALL, the Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership and are open to anyone. The Fall term begins September 21, 2015. What: CALL Online Courses When: Fall term begins September 21st Where: CDSP - Online Registration: click here to register online These seven-week courses are asynchronous, offering flexibility.

  • Camp Noel Porter Wishes Granted Online

    by Camp Noel Porter Camp Noel Porter (CNP) recently launched our new online fundraising sites, where friends and supporters can easily donate items needed for the camp and retreat center. Our online "Amazon Wish List" is an quick and convenient way to choose specific items that you wish to contribute to CNP. Your contribution to our wish list can also be increased by logging in using AmazonSmile when you make your purchases.

  • Summer Camp Registration is Open!

    by Board of Directors, Camp Noel Porter Summer Camp is almost here, and online registration is now open and available for Camp Noel Porter (CNP). The theme for 2015 Camp Noel Porter is “God’s starting something!” We will be using this scripture as our foundation: “Now we look inside, and what we see is that anyone united with the Messiah gets a fresh start, is created new. The old life is gone; a new life burgeons!

  • Monthly Bible Challenge Lectures

    by Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sacramento  The Very Rev. Brian Baker, Dean of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is offering a monthly lecture on the Old Testament readings in The Bible Challenge. These lectures are held at the Cathedral at 7:00 p.m.

  • 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.

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