An Ecumenical Ministry in the Parish of St Patrick's Catholic Church In San Diego USA


Wednesday, January 25, 2023



By: Bishop Susan Brown Snook

Today, we woke up to news of the third mass shooting in California in 2023. On January 16, a shooting in the Central Valley killed six people, including a teenage mother and her baby, in violence that authorities linked to gangs. On January 21, the Lunar New Year, a shooting at a ballroom dance hall in Monterey Park killed 11 people and injured nine others, impacting a mostly Asian-American clientele. The dance hall was regarded as a community center, and it was therefore a place of safety and joy for the neighborhood, which adds to the sense of grief for that community. And on Monday, a shooter in Half Moon Bay killed seven people at two businesses. Read More

Theology of Service Webinar

Join Bishop Susan Brown Snook and leaders from throughout the church for the second session of a four-week webinar series on the Theology of Service, January 25 at 6:00pm.


Celebration of New Ministry

All are welcome to join the people of St. Matthew's in National City for the installation of their new Vicar, the Rev. Roberto Maldonado. Do not miss this opportunity to support this historical Episcopal community as it enters a new era of ministry. Clergy, please wear Red Stoles.


Ordination to the Diaconate

God willing and the people consenting, the Rt. Rev. Susan Brown Snook will ordain Heather Lawrence, Christina Miller, and Dawn Stary to the Holy Order of Deacons in the Episcopal Church on Saturday, February 18, 2023, 11:00 a.m., at St. Paul's Cathedral. Clergy, please wear Red Stoles.


Faith in Action: Housing History

Faith in Action at St. Andrews in Encinitas is hosting this special event where you can: learn about housing history in Encinitas and how state law factors into local housing, listen to stories of those impacted by housing affordability, and leave knowing how you can make a difference. Join in this special event in person or via livestream. 


Quarterly Lunch and Planning

Children, Youth, and Family ministry leaders are invited for lunch and a meeting at the ECC. Information will be provided on upcoming diocesan programs: confirmation, The Episcopal Youth Event, Nightwatch, Vacation Bible School, and more. There will also be time for building connections between congregations and dreaming together. 


Concert for the Human Family

The Concert for the Human Family is coming to St. Dunstan's on February 24 at 4pm. This collaboration between award-winning musicians and church leaders showcases the power of music and storytelling to foster Beloved Community. Experience the original music that bridges jazz, hip-hop, and bluegrass, performed by a multicultural team led by Nashville pianist and composer Kory Caudill.


Bring Your Own Bowl

For several years now, with a pause during the pandemic, St. Barnabas parish has hosted a Wednesday noontime musical performance in its nave, with homemade soup and bread. The BYOB series gathers people from all over Borrego for a time of music and friendship. Come listen and slurp.


RefugeeNet Gala March 18

This is RefugeeNet's once-a-year opportunity to share stories of our life-changing work and invite you and your friends into the crucial partnership needed to sustain these efforts. We know you'll enjoy the delicious east African meal prepared by our very own Mama Africa catering company, joyful music by the St Luke's Choir, and our live and silent auctions. REGISTER

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