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  • Arts Come to Life at Sonoma Kids Camp

    Second Annual Art Camp Exposes Sonoma Youngsters to Classic Arts and Artists Classic fine art, and European and American artists recognized as giants of Western Culture, were brought to life for nearly 30 students, ages five to eleven, during a week-long series of arts classes held this summer at Trinity Episcopal Church in Sonoma.The curricula blended historical instruction with context and hands-on, kid-friendly projects inspired by the master artists. It featured daily “visits&rdqu...

  • Valley Fire Relief, Visit from the Bishop

    by Deborah Smith, Senior Warden, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Lakeport St. John’s Episcopal Church in Lakeport has begun our Valley Fire Relief Effort with donations from around the state, and even visitors from Texas.

  • Fine Arts Come to Life at Trinity Camp

    by Marianne Uhl, Member,  Trinity Episcopal Church, Sonoma Unique, Week-Long Classes Expose Sonoma Youngsters to Classic Arts and Artists Classic, fine art and European artists who are recognized as giants of Western Culture, were brought to life for five-to eleven year old students, during a week-long series of arts classes held at Trinity Episcopal Church in Sonoma this June. The curricula blended historical instruction with hands-on, kid-friendly projects inspired by the master arti...

  • Riding to Benefit the Homeless

    by Church of the Incarnation, Santa Rosa Starting and finishing at the historical Church of the Incarnation in the heart of downtown Santa Rosa, the Incarnation 100 is a great event for avid and recreational cyclists alike. Everyone is invited to join this wonderful benefit for homeless services, from those on the serious cycling circuit to occasional bike enthusiasts. The rolling start will begin on Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 7:00 a.m.

  • Sonoma's Compassionate Communities

    by Trinity Episcopal Church, Sonoma Trinity’s Rector Takes to Airwaves Promoting Compassionate Communities At last year’s annual convention of The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California, delegates passed a resolution affirming the diocese’s support for the values and principles set forth in the “Charter for Compassion,” which calls upon adherents of all religious, ethical and spiritual traditions to always treat others as we wish to be treated ourselves: in essence, live the Golden Rule. Trini...

  • Soup-er Episcopalians

    by Trinity Episcopal Church, Sonoma It is said that “man does not live by bread alone.” For five weeks during the Lenten season at Trinity Episcopal Church in Sonoma, thirty Episcopal men and women parishioners gathered each Wednesday evening to share faith, soup, bread and salad. They also shared in a series of discussions about Episcopal identity and liturgy, led by Priest-in-Charge, the Rev. Canon Jim Thomas.

  • Honoring Food and Faith Advocates

    by Barbara Sayler, Outreach Program Associate, Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative The Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative (ISFC) welcomes you to our Harvest Bounty Celebration on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Petaluma Seed Bank, where we will honor community food and faith advocates the Rev.

  • Thought-Provoking Forum in Gualala

    by Phil Graf, Mission Committee Chair, Shepherd by the Sea, Gualala As the current chair of the Mission Committee for Shepherd by the Sea in Gualala, a small, lively and happy church family, I would like to report that we are celebrating the success of an outreach project resulting from the Ministry Development Grant we received from the Congregational Vitalization Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California. Our project proposal was to bring outside speakers in to address the larg...

  • Pilgrimage to the Cathedrals of England

    by the Rev. Canon Stephen Brannon, Trinity Church, Sonoma You are cordially invited to join a pilgrimage to the Cathedrals of England May 8-18, 2015. This pilgrimage includes: Canterbury; Chichester, Ely; Winchester; Peterborough; Salisbury; St Albans; St Edmundsbury; Christ Church, Oxford; as well as Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral, London.

  • Fundraiser at St. John's, Petaluma

    by St. John's, Petaluma Time is running out to buy your tickets to the St. John’s, Petaluma 2014 "Big Night Out" fundraiser on May 3, 2014.

  • Good Friday Concert

    by Incarnation, Santa Rosa The St. Cecilia Choir will join forces with Cantiamo Sonoma and the Incarnation Chamber Orchestra in presenting Händel's Chandos Anthem No. 3 and the Fauré Requiem on Good Friday, April 18th at 8:00 p.m.

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