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July 31, 2020 | by Hannah Wilder

Camp Stevens, an Episcopal camp and retreat center just outside of downtown Julian, has shifted gears this year—instead of summer camp for 100 kids every week, the facility now offers day use for hiking, swimming, meditating in the outdoor chapel, as well as small overnight retreats for individuals and families. Nestled on 256 acres of […]

January 28, 2020 | by Hannah Wilder

We are happy to announce that St. David’s, San Diego has called the Rev. Jocelynn Hughes to be their next rector. She will begin April 26. The Rev. Jocelynn Hughes was born and raised in Sacramento. She was an avid ballet dancer and by high school was a member of the Sacramento Ballet Apprentice Company. She earned a degree […]

January 15, 2020 | by Hannah Wilder

I am very glad to welcome the Rev. Pam Rieger to our diocesan staff. She serves as archdeacon, coordinating the ministries of our community of deacons, as well as rector and chaplain of our School for Ministry and coordinator of our lay licensing programs. In addition to her work at St. Dunstan’s, San Diego, Deacon Pam coordinates the […]

December 1, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder

We are pleased to announce that St. John’s, Chula Vista has called the Rev. Roger Haenke to be the priest-in-charge. He will begin Monday, January 13. The Rev. Roger Haenke was born in Hastings, Minnesota and was raised in Rugby, North Dakota. He earned two bachelor’s degrees: one in business administration with a concentration in […]

October 22, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder

The Rev. Michael Carr began as priest-in-charge of St. Francis, Pauma Valley in June of this year. He wrote this biography to help you get to know him. “I was raised in Fort Worth, Texas. I am the only one of three brothers who has left the state. After receiving a bachelor’s in psychology at […]

October 4, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder

This biography first appeared in The Hemet & San Jacinto Chronicle. The Rev. Susan J. Latimer, a third-generation Southern Californian returning home after 35 years on the east coast, began July 1 as the new rector of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Hemet. During her 27 years of ordained ministry, she has served as a […]

September 20, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder

David Tremaine is the minister of formation at Good Samaritan, University City. Cascade Books recently published his first book, The Beautiful Letdown: An Addict’s Theology of Addiction, about a new approach to understanding addiction. In this interview he discusses his motivations, and hopes for sharing his story with the world, and specifically, with the Church. […]

September 12, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder

Mrs. Carroll Levien, standing committee member, died the first week of September. She was a long-time, active member of St. Dunstan’s, San Diego, and she participated fully in the following: Episcopal Community Services (ECS), Daughters of the King, Episcopal Church Women at the church-wide level, diocesan convention planning team, and the general convention deputation. She […]

August 22, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder

Would you like to learn more about Christian faith or strengthen understanding of the Episcopal Church? Do you long for deeper engagement with holy scripture? Are you hungering to learn with others? The diocesan School for Ministry may be for you. The school will soon begin its seventh year. Year by year, the School for […]

July 23, 2019 | by Hannah Wilder

The Rt. Rev. Susan Brown Snook, bishop, expressed deep concern today about the allegations of sexual misconduct brought against the Rev. Paul Kowalewski. The neighboring Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, where the Rev. Kowalewski is canonically resident, has placed him under a suspension of ministry until the matter is resolved. Under this restriction, he will […]