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  • 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.

  • Pentecost XII/ Proper 14

    August 16th, 2013 by the Rev. Christy Laborda Harris The Gospel for the twelfth Sunday of Pentecost (Luke 12:32-40) this year began with Jesus saying to his disciples, “ ‘Do not be afraid, little flock, for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom’ ” (Luke 12:32, New Revised Standard Version). This is a solid start to any passage, right?

  • I Care: Providing Spiritual Care

    by The Sacramento BeeThe fragrance of fresh flowers fills the air in the meditation center as nurses arrive to have their hands blessed by [the] Rev. Arthur Lillicrapp, an Episcopal priest. As manager of Spiritual Care Services at Kaiser Permanente in South Sacramento, he comforts the sick and dying, counsels grieving families, and reassures staff.

  • Quiet Day Opportunity - Saturday

    by St. John's, Roseville On Saturday, February 9th from 9am-3pm at St. John's Episcopal Church- Roseville, the Esther Chapter of the Daughters of the King will sponsor a Quiet Day entitled,"A life of Faith: a quiet day of reflection on the life of faith as seen through the Psalms." Through taize music, prayers, guided meditations offered by the Very Rev.

  • Nontraditional Pre-Christmas Services

    St. Mary’s non-traditional pre-Christmas events include a French-inspired mediation and a “Blue Christmas” liturgy by St. Mary's, Napa While St.

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