The Christian faith is deeply communal. Throughout the New Testament, believers are consistently reminded of their interconnectedness, called to “bear one another’s burdens” (Galatians 6:2) and “encourage one another and build each other up” (1 Thessalonians 5:11). This collective spirit of Christianity is evident not just within the confines of church buildings but outward into neighborhoods and the broader community.
Lay Eucharistic Visitor
STORIES OF FORMATION
On September 21, about two dozen individuals assembled in the chapel linked to the Episcopal Church Center (ECC) in Ocean Beach. During this gathering, Rachel Ambasing, the Missioner for Multicultural […]
Deacons are ordained ministers of the church, dedicated to a special ministry of servanthood. According to the Book of Common Prayer’s Ordination service for Deacons, deacons make Christ and his […]
It is rare to a find a place where you feel at home. I don’t necessarily mean your experience of the family you grew up in, but home in the […]