Episcopal Evangelism 101 Evangelism 101 is a not-so-basic training designed to introduce a fresh, humble, effective and Episcopal approach to the spiritual practice of evangelism. The 90 min online training will include stories, small group exercises, and Q& A time. Attendees will also be sent a Participant Guide + Handouts that include a host of […]
2019 ECS Annual Meeting & Farewell to Bishop Katharine – May 19, 3pm, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, North Park. Join us for a service featuring the Hummingbird Aztec Dancers and the St. Luke’s Choir, our Annual Meeting with a tribute to Bishop Katharine, and an outdoor reception with appetizers from cultures represented in our Diocese. […]
An elegant and exiting evening of live music, fine dining, dancing, unique live and silent auction items, and more! Join us for celebrating and serving San Diego at the ECS 2019 Gala: Making Miracles. ECS 2019 Gala – Volunteer Opportunity Looking for teens and adults of all ages to volunteer at the ECS Gala on […]
The annual Episcopal Night at Petco Park is going to be a lot of fun for Episcopalians, their families and friends! Cheer on the Padres as they take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. Diocesan choir members will sing the National Anthem before the game, so come early. In fact, you can come at 4:30 p.m. and […]
Mr. Richard Felton, executive director of The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS) gave this presentation at St. Philip’s, Lemon Grove on Saturday, July 22. Stewardship School Slides (PDF) If you have trouble opening the document, contact Hannah Wilder, 619-481-5456.
The Rev. Daniel Heischman, president of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, will keynote at the Schools Summit on Wednesday, April 5, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. David’s, 5050 Milton Street, San Diego, CA 92110. He will address the foundations of success for private and independent elementary schools. All people associated with Episcopal […]
I loved my first meeting as a member of Executive Council for the Episcopal Church. There’s a lot of work to be done. I now have a whole room-full of new friends, and a dramatically increased work list! The Episcopal flag that flew at Standing Rock was important because it represents solidarity with Native Americans […]