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June 19, 2019 | by Debora Seles

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, […]

June 5, 2018 | by Katharine Jefferts Schori

Several times in recent months I’ve heard parishioners ask, Well, are you going to close us? That raises several important questions: who is the “you” they’re talking about? Why and when do congregations close? What are the alternatives? The ‘you’ can only really be the diocese as a whole community, even though some think it’s […]

January 10, 2018 | by The Episcopal Diocese of San Diego

Trinity Episcopal Church in Escondido has had two months full of activity in their garden with the help of great crews. The majority of ground plots are finished, complete with nutrient-rich compost. Crews have worked hard to clear out other areas for future fruit trees as well.  Areas are prepped for above ground boxes that […]