St. Dunstan’s SPARC youth group hosted a murder mystery theatre at the church in January. The event included over 140 attendants: 120 ticket-holders comprising of parishioners, family, and friends, along with 20 persons from the Interfaith Shelter that was hosted at St. Dunstan’s that month. The murder mystery theatre was a fun event that engaged both the youth (all actors, servers, and cooks were youth) and the attendants, who were asked to guess the murderer at the conclusion of the interactive play. The event raised over $900 for the youth program. Contact Danielle Regn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
As the Covid pandemic continues, the members of our diocesan Public Health Task Force continue to meet and discuss ways to keep our communities safe, and pursue our mission in the name of Jesus Christ. We are grateful that our congregations have worked so hard on public health and safety issues for the nearly two […]
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 […]
The call came on a Saturday morning in mid-December. Something was horribly wrong at the migrant shelter in Mexicali, just across the Mexican border from Calexico, a border town very familiar to some of our Episcopal congregations. There was talk of an “orphan tragedy.” To many of those from the congregations of St. Margaret’s Episcopal […]