The Episcopal Church welcomes queer people! Over 80 Episcopalians in the Diocese of San Diego marched in the Pride Parade on Saturday, July 13. In 1976, the General Convention of The Episcopal Church declared that “homosexual persons are children of God who have a full and equal claim with all other persons upon the love, […]
You wouldn’t immediately think that emergency preparedness and relief work, and creativity in mission would be connected but if you attended the Missional Voices Gathering recently in New Orleans, you’d be pleasantly surprised. This annual gathering of lay, clergy, youth leaders, educators and seminarians brings together those who imagine a more relational, more diverse, more collaborative, more hopeful, […]
Dr. Elisabeth Koenig will facilitate our time together as we contemplate finding rest in God during times of transition.
It’s a regular pattern. Disaster strikes–maybe it’s a flood. Maybe it’s a tornado, or a hurricane. Maybe it’s an earthquake. There are many casualties and lots of devastation. And before relief efforts can really get fully underway, voices will start assigning blame. “God has rendered judgement on America for….” and you can fill in the […]
It’s been quite a week and it has been the cap to a long process. It’s been tough – emotionally, mentally and physically draining. But, the draining process has value to it. I know that might sound strange, but for a school with our reputation and history, I had to try everything to keep us […]