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  • Pathways 2019: A visit to Humboldt county changes lives

    Ted Hernandez, Chairman of the Wiyot Tribe shared the stories of his people.The pilgrims take time for a photo with Betty Chinn, who shared her life story with them.Kevin and Melanie Cunningham, farmers at the Shakefork Farm, instructed on sustainable farming practices.“Our Pathways Youth Pilgrimage this summer took us to Humboldt County where we felt the presence of God in the land and in the lives of all the people we met. From speaking to the Chairman of the Wiyot Tribe, Ted Hernandez, ...

  • A reflection on youth ministry

    Daphne Vernon, Director of Spiritual Formation at Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa, wrote a reflection about her experience in youth ministry and as a leader of Pathways."What is the measure of success in youth ministry? Is it loud music and a large crowd of kids, so many you couldn’t possibly remember who they all are? Or is it about building relationships in Christ and really seeing and shepherding the youth you meet with on a regular basis?I measure success when I still have...

  • Pilgrims Confront Environmental Issues, Seeking Peace Through Justice

    By Anna Wiley, Communications InternDuring the week of the 2018 Pathways Youth Pilgrimage, participants engaged with truths from California's history and listened to each other's stories and perspectives. This year, the 70 Pathways participants and leaders hailed from all over Northern California, from Eureka to Yuba City to Benicia. They traveled to Marin Headlands and Angel Island, and hosted a variety of speakers and educators on the Sonoma State University campus.

  • Pathways 2018 to Focus on Faith, Science and Climate

    By the Rev. Anne Clarke, Lifelong Christian Formation CoordinatorOur Pathways planning team is proud and excited to announce some of the details of this summer's Pathways pilgrimage, from June 24-30, 2018. Registration is open for all youth finishing grades 7-12.

  • Youth Begin Pathways Pilgrimage

    by Paula Schaap, Director of Communications, Episcopal Diocese of Northern CaliforniaYouth from the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California begin their journey toward reconciliation in northern California on Sunday, July 31st with the Pathways pilgrimage. The group will be on the road until August 6th, learning strategies for reconciliation, as they visit sites in our diocese where injustices have been committed in society's name. This pilgrimage is especially timely as it occurs on th...

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