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.
This week’s banner and lead story features Bishop Marc celebrating the Eucharist and the intermingling of the parish registries at Trinity and St. Peter’s, San Francisco; Repairs at Grace Cathedral; Nominations for Standing Committee and Executive Council extended; Save the date for a national webcast forum on racism in November; Diaper drive for Bayview Mission; Believe Out Loud workshop this Saturday; and more.
This week in DioBytes — All Souls, Berkeley, upcoming mission trip to help with Hurricane Sandy relief; Sojourn chaplains respond at SFGH; Zimmerman trial verdict responses; One year anniversary of St. Dot’s expansion; Save the date for Clergy Retreat 2013; DioCal Wellness blog; and lots more from Congregations, ministries, and organizations of the Diocese of California.
This week in DioBytes: news from England about women bishops and San Francisco about Asiana 214 crash; information about workshops on stewardship, LGBT welcome, and gun violence; celebrating St. James and Nelson Mandela.
Tuesday is DioBytes day. This week there is a lot of news about Prop 8 and DOMA, but there are tidbits about climate change, Equipping the Beloved Community, anti-racism training and more.
Banner: clergy and lion dancers at the EAM@40 Eucharist on Sunday, June 23; Inside: Bishop Marc offers a prayer for climate mindfulness; Meeting with Nancy Pelosi on immigration reform; Youth and young adults at EAM@40; Call for nominations; For rectors and vicars — update on the online database of clergy and congregations; Equipping the Beloved Community in August at St. John’s, Ross; and more.
This week’s DioBytes: An update on Good Shepherd, Berkeley, and their rebuilding efforts; Send in your nominations for DioCal offices and general convention delegates; Episcopal Charities Appreciation Luau this Saturday; Registration for the next Equipping the Beloved Community event now open; and lots more....
This week in DioBytes: Church Growth Matching Funds Program awards | St. Edmund’s, Pacifica awarded UTO grant | Committee on Nominations calls for nominations | RSVP and register to participate in Pride events | new job postings, and much more.
This week’s banner: A bear visits St. Dorothy’s Rest last weekend. Inside DioBytes: Canon to the Ordinary Stefani Schatz has joined DioHouse staff; read about the ministry of Abundance Community Homestead; Bishop Marc has a new blog post; Ordinations this Saturday at 3 p.m. after confirmations, reaffirmations, and receptions starting at 11 a.m.; and lots more from the congregations and ministries of DioCal.
This week’s DioBytes — stories about the May 11 Equipping the Beloved Community at St. Paul’s, Burlingame, the 2013 ECF Fellows, and the recent Taizé pilgrimage to the Pine Ridge Reservation. Also — the call for 164th Diocesan Convention resolutions, the upcoming TENS conference, tomorrow evening’s vigil for immigration, and more....
This week’s banner: Pentecost around the diocese; Inside DioBytes: A prayer from Bishop Marc for Oklahoma and a blog post; DioCal Intern Caitlin Hubel writes about the recent Middle School Nightwatch; Mary Louise Gotthold writes about the recent GEMN conference in Bogota; and more from congregations and ministries.
Banner — The Women’s Last Supper Project at St. Mark’s, Berkeley
Inside DioBytes — Woods to Waves 2013; In Memoriam: the Rev. Bernie Griesel; upcoming TENS conference; UTO Ingathering this Saturday; Who is Mary Magdalene? at Grace Cathedral; Celebrating Benjamin Britten at 100; and more....
This week in DioBytes: May Day March; a profile of the Episcopal Resource Center; Education for Ministry graduation; Sr. Simone Campbell at CDSP; explore a vocation with the Community of St. Francis; upcoming concerts; and more.
DioBytes this week: common|life: young adults on retreat; Episcopal Community services receives mattress donation; Presiding Bishop preaches at ‘Climate Revival’; Anti-racism training; Equipping the Beloved Community; Happening reunion; Will-writing workshop and more from congregations, ministries, and the community.
Banner and story: The new pool at The Bishop’s Ranch
From the Bishop’s Office: Communicators network and consultations; General Confirmation; seeking DioCal visual artists; Middle School Nightwatch registration deadline; St. Paul’s, Burlingame, EtBC on 5/11; and more from congregations, ministries, and the community.
DioBytes this week: centennial celebration at Christ Church, Los Altos; Youth Ministry Day at CDSP; upcoming Anti-Racism Training on May 3 and 4; Equipping the Beloved Community; Woods to Waves benefit to support Hospital Camps; save the date for SummerTini; and more.
Today’s DioBytes: St. Cyprian’s 90th anniversary celebration with the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori; announcement of the Canon to the Ordinary — the Rev. Stefani Schatz; St. John’s, Oakland, Mozart concert — the “little church with big music.”; Youth Ministry Celebration Day this Saturday; sign up now for the Equipping the Beloved Community event on May 11; and more.
Inside DioBytes: today’s Chrism Mass at Grace Cathedral; the March for Equality in San Francisco — story and blog post from Bishop Marc; palm sundaes for Palm Sunday at All Souls, Berkeley; youth and young adult events; the upcoming Equipping the Beloved Community at St. Paul’s, Burlingame, and more....
This week’s DioBytes includes the launch of the Campaign for Citizenship at St. John the Evangelist, San Francisco; groundbreaking for a new building at St. Matthew’s, San Mateo; new DioBytes guidelines; upcoming Day of Discernment; several youth and young adult events; the next Equipping the Beloved Community at St. Paul’s, Burlingame, and more from congregations and ministries....
In DioBytes this week: thoughts on electronic communication, a new InFormation blog entry, bishops’ call for new conversation about gun violence, human trafficking forum from the Presiding Bishop, General Confirmation information, Good Samaritan Family Resource Center Community Open House, and more.
In DioBytes this week: St. Luke’s Hospital to stay open; Episcopal bishops sign briefs in Supreme Court in support of marriage equality; essay by Bishop Marc in the Washington Post; Evensong for Jim Forsyth and Richard Schaper on March 14; Chrism Mass on Tuesday, March 26; youth ministry events; plenty of music; and more....
This week’s DioBytes features last weekend’s Happening 30; a blog entry from Bishop Marc; the upcoming diocesan confirmation retreat; Evensong and retirement celebration for Jim Forsyth and Richard Schaper; Chrism Mass and lunch; common|life: young adult retreat; Taizé events; and more.
This week’s DioBytes features a Lenten letter and a new blog entry from Bishop Marc, news about Ash Wednesday immigration rights vigils, and more.
Absalom Jones Celebration at St. Cyprian’s, San Francisco (today’s banner); Bishop Otis Charles to preside at April confirmations; Lent Madness; Lisa Thorpe (artist-in-residence at The Bishop’s Ranch) Gallery 1055 opening reception next Thursday, 2/21; confirmation retreat in March; Common|Life retreat for young adults in April; and please ask your FB friends to Like us!
Parishioners from Christ Church, Portola Valley, tour Grace Cathedral (banner); Health fair at Holy Child and St. Martin’s, Daly City; Pro/Claim curriculum for Lent now available; 17 down, 130 to go — Like DioCal on Facebook; Bishops’ bet on Super Bowl; DioCal Communications Network reconvenes; and more....