Diocesan Newsletter Archive

DioBytes is a weekly newsletter with diocesan news and events from the bishop’s office, congregations and ministries, and the community for clergy, lay leaders, and members of the Diocese of California. It is published on Tuesday.

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Here’s this week’s DioBytes. Lead story on St. Paul’s, Walnut Creek, Stop Hunger Now event; Chrism Mass and Lunch on Tuesday, April 2; Equipping the Beloved Community 2.0 in early May; and more.

Jennifer Snow writing on last Sunday's Forum with +Marc, Adam Bucko, and Matthew Fox; common | life — an upcoming young adult retreat in May; Celebration of New Ministry: the Rev. Este Cantor and other events from congregations and ministries; several musical offerings; and more....

News, events, and announcements from DioCal: ECS Annual Awards Luncheon; St. Marks, Berk. Preach-In on Global Warming; two upcoming youth events; Anna Deavere Smith at Grace Cathedral; 2012 Absalom Jones Celebration; and lots more. Read it and share it here!

Read today's DioBytes — Bishop Marc responds to today's Prop. 8 ruling; a report on Camp Sunday at St. Stephen's, Orinda; and many more events and happenings in the Episcopal Diocese of California.

Camp Sunday • Bishop Marc's upcoming 10th anniversary Evensong and reception • Happening for high schoolers in March • SOCAP:Soul • diocesan confirmation retreat • EfM training • and more...

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This week's DioBytes — we'll be taking a two week holiday break; we'll see you 1/4/2012. We wish all our readers a peaceful Advent and a blessed Christmas.
Today's DioBytes banner: In observance of World AIDS Day and the 30th anniversary of the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States, San Francisco-based artist Daniel Goldstein’s mobile sculpture, “Invisible Man,” will be on view daily (7 a.m. to 6 p.m.) through Sunday, December 4. Constructed of almost 900 hypodermic syringes, each tipped with a red glass bead, it reveals in the negative space of its center the outline of a human figure.
Beth Hollinghead from St. Francis, San Francisco, after winning the Nets for Life raffle held during diocesan convention on Saturday, October 22. Also pictured: Barbara Senchak, national Nets for Life co-chair, the Rev. Frannie Kieschnick, Nets for Life board, and Richard Hoff from Episcopal...

The 162nd Convention of the Diocese of California