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July 5, 2022 | by Susan Jester

The Light Up the Cathedral Service has its roots in outreach, but it has become a beacon of hope, love, and interfaith inclusivity. This year, you can join the LGBTQ+ community and faith leaders from throughout San Diego on July 13th for Light Up the Cathedral and begin your Pride week in worship and love.    […]

June 21, 2022 | by Richard Hogue

Recently, the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego and the Commission on Ministry (COM) have revamped the discernment process for anyone inquiring about ordination as a call in their lives.   What is discernment, and why do we have a formal process?   Discernment is prayerful and intentional listening someone does to better understand what God might […]

June 21, 2022 | by Mark Patzman

Education for Ministry: Fertile ground to grow your faith “Will you continue in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in the prayers” (Baptismal Covenant, BCP 304). Every baptized Christian is called to ministry.  What is yours?  Education for Ministry (EfM) is a program of the School of Theology at the […]

June 6, 2022 | by Chris Tumilty

The Episcopal Diocese of San Diego is excited to announce the headliners for the Good News Festival! The Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will be joined by social justice leader, The Rev. Dr. William Barber! With two of the greatest public speakers in a generation, the Good News Festival is primed to be the most energizing […]

April 12, 2022 | by Susan Brown Snook

“Were you there when they crucified my Lord?” The hymn we often sing on Good Friday recognizes that we were there as Jesus died – because the life-and-death story of that astounding week in Jerusalem is the central story of our lives as children of God. All of us were there with Jesus, we believe […]

March 29, 2022 | by Robert Lewis

On Saturday, March 26, 2022, St. Paul’s, Yuma hosted a block party as part of the Year of Evangelism. In the preceding two months, they began neighborhood canvassing efforts, both in the neighborhood of the church and in the neighborhoods of parishioners. Each parishioner had a role of reaching a minimum of one person in […]

January 14, 2022 | by Chris Tumilty

All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Vista welcomed Bishop Susan Brown Snook for the first Bishop’s Visitation and Church Revival of the year. Each week Bishop Susan visits a church in the diocese. This year during the Bishop’s visit, each church is celebrating with a revival, filled with liturgical depth, testimony, prayer, and celebration—perfect for welcoming […]

January 6, 2022 | by Janine Schenone

As part of Resolution 21-04 of our diocesan convention in 2021, we agreed to lift up the stories of Asians, to protect Asians from racist persecution, and to nurture understanding of Asian peoples and cultures through prayer and liturgy, among other ways. One of the great heroes of the Anglican Communion is Li Tim-Oi of […]

January 6, 2022 | by David Tremaine

Five years ago, Faith To Go began as an at-home offering for families at St. Paul’s Cathedral. Since then, it has undergone countless tweaks, changes, and transformations.  And now, in this season after Epiphany, we are entering a new stage in the life of Faith To Go. With the diocesan strategic plan goal of equipping […]

December 9, 2021 | by The Rev. Carlos Garcia

Las Posadas is a Spanish word that means inn. Las Posadas commemorates the journey of Joseph and Mary looking for a place to spend the night at the time Jesus was born and has become a Mexican tradition in the celebration of Christmas. In this way, they relive the nativity of the Lord. For nine […]

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