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May 6, 2024 | by Susan Brown Snook

Beloved Members of the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego, Every time I learn of another shooting, my heart is filled with sorrow, reflecting a grief that we, as a community […]

April 30, 2024 | by Chris Tumilty

In the heart of Chula Vista, at St. John’s Episcopal Church, a beautiful collaboration unfolded in celebration of Earth Day called “Sow and Grow.” Twelve spirited 10th and 11th graders […]

April 23, 2024 | by Rachel Ambasing

As a 2nd-generation American of Igorot-Filipino and Chinese ancestry, there are a few cultural traditions I grew up practicing that I know are unfamiliar to most American households. One of […]

April 9, 2024 | by Kelly Petersen

I stepped onto my yoga mat and found a little treasure beside my crystals. Max must have given it to me as a gift, and while he can’t articulate his […]

April 9, 2024 | by Chris Tumilty

In our ongoing commitment to embody the principles of justice, reconciliation, and love, the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego has made a conscious decision to incorporate anti-racism training as a […]

April 2, 2024 | by Charlette Preslar

Where do you find God? This is a question we ask on the Faith to Go podcast each week. It is an opportunity to reflect on the week that has […]

February 27, 2024 | by Rachel Ambasing

I love Annual Meeting Sunday!  When I was growing up at St. Matthew’s in National City (1990s/2000s), we’d be squirreled away into a nearby classroom to watch movies and play […]

January 30, 2024 | by Cindy Dodson

For me, there is a sadness, a frustration, and mixed joy when helping those along the border. Scriptures call us all to service, and people from throughout the Episcopal Diocese […]

January 23, 2024 | by Cindy Campos

To say this was a labor of love – absolutely. Seeing the love of those receiving and the deacon’s love for doing Christ’s work in the world is at the […]

January 16, 2024 | by Jessica Ripper

The motivation behind counting people experiencing homelessness stems from a deep commitment to using data science ethically and equitably to address societal issues. Data science, especially when pertaining to people […]

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