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  • Clergy Lenten Quiet Day 2020

    The theme for this Lenten Quiet Day is “Mystical Voices of our Christian Tradition”. Four gifted teachers from among our own clergy will be interviewed concerning a Christian mystical voice of their choice, followed by a contemplative practice. The day will offer several moments of learning, interwoven with times to be still.The quiet day facilitator will be The Rev.

  • Soup-er Episcopalians

    by Trinity Episcopal Church, Sonoma It is said that “man does not live by bread alone.” For five weeks during the Lenten season at Trinity Episcopal Church in Sonoma, thirty Episcopal men and women parishioners gathered each Wednesday evening to share faith, soup, bread and salad. They also shared in a series of discussions about Episcopal identity and liturgy, led by Priest-in-Charge, the Rev. Canon Jim Thomas.

  • Do Clergy Need Time to Be Quiet?

    by the Rev. Christine Leigh-Taylor, Retired, The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California No one asked us explicitly. But the large attendance at a February 25th Clergy Lenten Quiet Day at Mercy Center Auburn, with Bishop Barry Beisner and Bishop Brian Thom, of the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho, attested that a time of collective solitude resonated well with diocesan clergy in the Sacramento Valley area.

  • Clergy Quiet Day with Bishop Beisner

    By God’s Mercy: Lenten Reflections on Vocation With Bishops Barry Beisner and Brian Thom Bishop Barry Beisner is hosting a Lenten Clergy Quiet Day with Bishop Brian J. Thom, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho on February 25th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

  • "How Do I Hear God Speaking to Me?"

    The Small Church Leadership Group of Superior Deanery is sponsoring a half-day Lenten retreat.The focus will be on discerning one's gifts for service --"How Do I Hear God Speaking to Me?" A simple soup lunch will be provided. All are welcome. Where: St.

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