DioCal Youth Calendar

Winter Nightwatch

Saturday, December 15 - Sunday, December 16, 2018

Transfiguration, San Mateo & Holy Family, Half Moon Bay

This December, Nightwatch will be an overnight sleepover at beginning at Transfiguration, San Mateo for fun in the snow and moving to Holy Family, Half Moon Bay for s'mores, prayer, and our sleepover. Join youth from around the Diocese and Northern California for fellowship and fun. There will be facilitated community building, active and contemplative activities, art, music, and prayer. Nightwatch can also be a time for youth ministers to spend casual time together. We hope to see you and your youth there!

Program begins at 6 pm on Saturday and ends at 11 am on Sunday.

Cost for Nightwatch is $10, and there is ample scholarship available. All youth must be accompanied by a designated Adult Leader.

Youth Registration is HERE

Adult Registration is HERE

Contact: Caren Miles, Associate for Faith Formation, carenm@diocal.org, 415.869.7815

 

MLK @ Grace - MLK Weekend overnight

Sunday, January 20 - Monday, January 21, 2019
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

#MLKGrace is an overnight sleepover and service event at Grace Cathedral.  Join youth from around the Diocese and Northern California for fellowship, fun, discussion, and action. There will be facilitated community building, active and contemplative activities, art, music, and prayer. We will march together Monday in the San Francisco MLK day Parade. 

Program begins at 5 pm on Sunday and ends at 1 pm on Monday.

Cost for #MLKGrace is $10, and there is ample scholarship available. All youth must be accompanied by a designated Adult Leader.

Contact: Caren Miles, Associate for Faith Formation, carenm@diocal.org, 415.869.7815

Youth Registration HERE

Adult Registration HERE

Family Camp at St. Dorothy's Rest

Friday, April 5th - Sunday, April 7th, 2019 
St. Dorothy's Rest, Camp Meeker

This year we are thrilled to invite your family to experience a 3-day family camp program at St. Dorothy’s Rest.
Never been to camp? Family camp is a great opportunity to become familar with our rich tradition of camp programs.
Did you attend St. Dorothy’s Rest as a child? What better way to share your love of St. Dorothy’s than to share it with your family.
If one week in the summer just isn’t enough, campers and families of all ages are invited to spend a weekend at St. Dorothy’s.
We’ll have a variety of program offerings including arts & crafts, archery, campfire program,  s’mores, hiking, and more!

For more information: look here

 

Woods to Waves

Saturday, May 11th, 2019
St. Dorothy's Rest, Camp Meeker

Camp St. Dorothy’s are the two weeks of hospital camps, a tuition-free program for campers with cancer, sickle-cell anemia or organ transplants in partnership with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford.

Woods-to-Waves raises funds to cover the cost of hospital camps and it’s great fun. Join us and a bunch of friends of St. Dorothy’s, and maybe even your dog as we walk, run or mountain-bike 2, 12.5 or 14.6 miles from St. Dorothy’s in the redwood hills of western Sonoma County down to Shell Beach on the salty Pacific Ocean. The path is beautiful, moderately strenuous for the first 2 miles, and it’s a great way to show your support St. Dorothy’s and hospital campers.

More information: Here

 

General Confirmation

June 1, 2019
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

Participation in General Confirmation requires advanced registration which will be available in the spring

Forms are to be filled out by parishes, not individuals

Please arrive in Gresham Hall (downstairs at Grace Cathedral) by 9:00 a.m. to meet with Bishop Marc and recieve your instructions for the service.
The service begins at 10:00 a.m.
There will be a light reception following the service on the plaza. 

 

EcoConfirmation
 

Date, Time & Location TBA

An outdoor service, participants at EcoConfirmation will uphold their baptismal vow to “cherish the wondrous works of God, and protect the beauty and integrity of all creation.” Together, the community will recommit itself to the fifth mark of mission: “to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.”