The Friday Reflection – October 12, 2018

From Deacon Candidate Marilee Elliot Muncey, serving at St. Francis, Turlock What Does Emergence Look Like in Merced? Usually, when I hear the word “emergence” I think of a butterfly emerging from its caterpillar cocoon; beginning as one thing and emerging as another. This works, but it doesn’t tell the whole story. For the caterpillar/butterfly, […]

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An Evening of Celtic Songs – November 3, 2018

The Arts at St. John’s Presents:  An Evening of Celtic Songs, Harp and Cello Harmonies from Ireland and Scotland with Eugene Friesen and Maeve Gilchrist Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 7:00pm. St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1055 S. Lower Sacramento Rd., Lodi, California (209) 369-3381 Tickets are $20.00 at the door. Doors will open at 6:30pm. […]

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St. James Sonora: The Red Church Concert Series – Nov. 4, 2018

St. James’, Sonora: The Red Church Concert Series November 4, 2018, 3pm 42 Snell Street, Sonora We are honored to welcome violinist, Corina Stoian and pianist,Ron Brickman in their second St. James’ Concert. Both are popular artists of the Calaveras musical community. They will perform pieces including Tartini’s”Didone Abbandonata” and one of Brahms’ Hungarian Dances. […]

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Deacon Ordination on December 1, 2018

God Willing and the People Consenting The Right Reverend David Cappel Rice, Bishop of San Joaquin Will Ordain Terrance M. Goodpasture Amy L. Larsen Gregory T. Masztal Marilee E. Muncey To the Sacred Order of Deacons in Christ’s One, Holy,  Catholic and Apostolic Church on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 2pm, St. James Cathedral 4147 E. Dakota Ave. […]

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Service of Installation for The Rev. Ryan Douglas Newman

The Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin and St. James Episcopal Cathedral cordially invites you to a Service of Installation to celebrate the Call of The Rev. Ryan Douglas Newman as Cathedral Dean on Saturday, December 1, 2018, 11:00am at St. James Episcopal Cathedral, 4147 E. Dakota Ave. Fresno, CA 93726. Luncheon to follow Clergy: white stoles […]

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The Friday Reflection – October 5, 2018

From Bishop David Rice It is not too terribly often that I come across a book which moves, impacts and potentially, readjusts and amends my perspective and behavior. The Book of Joy, Lasting Happiness in a Changing World, I wish to suggest, is such a book. This is the tome about which I have spoken […]

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St. Clare of Assisi, Avery

St. Clare of Assisi folks who participated in the Calaveras CROP WALK for hunger in Murphys (march for making folks  aware of hunger and to solicit donations). St Clare walkers  purchased t-shirts with the Episcopal logo on the back and “Episcopal Church of St Clare” printed on the front – looked great. Crop Walk details can […]

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Episcopal Conference Center Oakhurst

There is always lots of television news coverage of firefighters and first responders battling to contain wildfires when they first break out, especially when the news crews can film scenes of massive flames threatening life and property, but as the flames die down, so does the coverage, yet, the story goes on. The Ferguson Fire […]

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Thanksgiving at ECCO – November 22, 2018

Join ECCO in celebrating Thanksgiving without the hassle! Let our expert kitchen staff prepare a variety of turkey, prime rib and ham, plus all the trimmings! A delicious variety of desserts, beverages, and much, much more are included in our very reasonable price. Schedule of Events: 11:00am – Holy Eucharist with Bishop David Rice 1:00pm […]

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The Friday Reflection – September 28, 2018

From The Rev. Canon Dr. Anna Carmichael My sisters and brothers, At General Convention in July, the deputation was introduced to the Presiding Bishop’s invitation to The Way of Love. This Way of Love is, at its simplest, a rule of life…that we Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest. For centuries Christians have participated in rules of life or spiritual […]

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