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Northern California Fire Response

Pray for the people of Northern California, who continue to suffer in so many ways from this past week’s fires. Pray for comfort in time of immense loss and fear; pray for those who have died and for their loved ones; pray for those still listed as missing and those who anxiously wait to hear anything; and pray for the exhausted crews fighting fires and sheltering the displaced. I would encourage you to give what you can to relieve the immediate needs of people who have lost everything. The Diocese of Northern California is receiving donations, as is Incarnation Episcopal Church in Santa Rosa. That congregation has been at the center of relief efforts.

This week San Diego marks the 10 year anniversary of the Harris and Witch Creek Fires, the most devastating fires here in memory, and this diocese knows how powerful the gifts of others can be. Please be generous!

Incarnation Episcopal Church Fire Relief Fund


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