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  • Church Members Turn Out for Women’s March on Sacramento

    By Paula Schaap, Communications Director After days of stormy weather in Northern California, the Women’s March on Sacramento started out under bright skies on Saturday morning.The Sacramento march was one of more than 600 around the world that drew millions the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump as the U.S. President.Church members – both clergy and laity – were there to bear witness to the power of those numbers.“It’s about the power of community,” s...

  • Davis Supporting Foundation Cristosal

    by Lynn Zender, Member, Episcopal Church of St. Martin in Davis As its 2016 Lenten Project, the Episcopal Church of St. Martin in Davis, raised $7,274.00 for Foundation Cristosal.

  • Oasis Day for Women Clergy

    An Oasis Day for the Women Clergy of the Diocese of Northern California May 19th-20th, 2013 Let your soul be nourished through chant. Join us the day before the Diocesan Clergy Conference and take some time to rest and renew with a gentle, contemplative, soul-nourishing practice of singing sacred chant in community. Join a circle of voices in singing sacred chant that comes from the twelfth-century Christian mystic, Hildegard von Bingen.

  • A Grant Opportunity for Lay Women

    article by Gaye Ann McWade, Chair of the Northern California Commission on Women's Ministries Given seed money of $500 to $1,000, imagine what a small group of women could do to launch a new ministry or enhance an existing ministry that benefits women in your parish or neighboring community. Our diocesan Commission on Women’s Ministries (CWM) is now a source of funding for grants specific to lay women in ministry. The goal is to empower lay women in parishes to dream boldly, to lead lovingly, an...

  • What Is a Woman Who Loves Too Much?

    photo and article courtesy of Nancy Kilgore, M.S. Daily, all across America, women can suffer countless hours in emotional turmoil because of codependency. A woman in love dependency/co-dependency does not feel that she can be a happy, fulfilled, human being unless she is loved by a member of the opposite sex. A “woman who loves too much” often invests in a negative relationship and often denies that it is dysfunctional.

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