Clergy Conference

2022 Clergy Conference

Our conference this spring will be hosted by Trinity Episcopal Cathedral which is conveniently located in downtown Sacramento. Our time will include an opportunity to have quiet time for prayer and time together as a group. We encourage you to take the full three days away from your duties.

We value this time together. All canonically resident clergy and clergy who are serving in parochial positions in the diocese are expected to attend, so we may deepen and enrich our relationships. For this same reason, non-canonically resident clergy who are non-parochial, retired or engaged in other ministries in this diocese are also invited.

If you are unable to attend or have questions, please email Jacqi Seppi.

Registration Deadline: April 25, 2022

Single Room
(Includes: conference registration + hotel room for 2 nights + all meals)

Double Room
(Includes: conference registration + hotel room for 2 nights + all meals)

(Includes: conference registration + all meals)

*Single and double rooms are limited, and will be issued on a first come first serve basis*

Our keynote presented will be Corey Rosen – a writer, actor, author, and storytelling teacher based in San Francisco. Drawing upon years of experience, and from his just-published book, Your Story, Well Told, Corey’s time with us will leave you energized and recharged.
Corey Rosen is an Emmy-award winning writer, actor, and storytelling teacher. He has hosted 105 live events for The Moth, The Moth StorySlam, and GrandSlams. Rosen has been featured on The Moth Radio Hour, “The Finch Files” and “20 Minutes with Bronwyn” podcasts. He is an on-air personality for Alice Radio’s “The Sarah and Vinnie Show,” the #1-rated morning show in the San Francisco area. A performer at BATS Improv, he is also a head writer at Tippett Studio. When not writing or performing, Corey works as a visual effects artist and executive producer. He is credited in movies including “Mission: Impossible,” several “Star Wars” films, and “Disney’s A Christmas Carol.” He has taught at NYU and Academy of Art University, written for Comedy Central, Jim Henson Productions, and Lucasfilm, and directed television commercials and Emmy award-winning short films.