In and Around Our Diocese

Everything listed under: Disaster

  • Valley Fire Samaritans Salvage

    by the Rev. Donald Callison, Deacon, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Napa This summer’s wild land fire in Lake County, called the Valley Fire, laid to waste entire neighborhoods, and impacted thousands of lives.

  • Ministries, Networking and the Asset Map

    by Ethan Lowery, Asset Map and US Disaster Intern, Episcopal Relief & Development What is going on at the church across town? Is your church’s garden being used to grow food for any community outreach efforts? Who else in the country sends their high schoolers to the Standing Rock reservation for service trips?

  • From the Diocesan Disaster Coordinator

    by Margaret Dunning, Diocesan Disaster Coordinator A resolution was passed at 2014 Diocesan Convention directing each congregation in the diocese to have a disaster plan in place by the 2015 Convention, and to have a copy of that plan in the Office of the Bishop by the 2015 Convention as well. With Convention less than six months away, it is time to get busy, especially if your congregation has not already completed its plan. If you do need assistance with your disaster plan, please set your app...

  • Diocesan Generosity Continues

    by Jane Snibbe, Diocesan Coordinator, Episcopal Relief & Development We have recently received the totals for the 2014 donations to Episcopal Relief & Development from The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California. With great thanks to parishes and individuals, your generosity continues! In 2014, 927 donors (both parishes and individuals) gave a total of $109,341.29 for domestic disaster relief and international development in four key areas: hunger and food supply; economic opportunities...

  • St. John's, Lakeport Red Cross Shelter

    St. John’s Episcopal Church Signs Red Cross Shelter Agreement by St. John's Episcopal Church, Lakeport St.

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