Being Church

Reports & Reflections from DioCal Congregations & Organizations

During this time of great need, DioCal's congregations and institutions are finding creative ways to bring hope and support to their communities. The diocesan communications team is extremely grateful to all the clergy and lay leaders submitting stories and photos demonstrating resilience and healing during this extraordinary time. Please keep them coming! And if you’ve never submitted to DioCal News and Events, please consider doing so. Send submissions to newsletter@diocal.orgPlease click here for submission guidelines

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“Season of Gleaning” Weekly Food Drive at Trinity, Menlo Park







A Hospital Chaplain On The Front Lines Of COVID-19
Featuring Sojourn Chaplaincy



Blankets made by Stanford staffers going to COVID-19 patients
Stanford News

(featuring former archdeacons Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain & David Stickley, and Sojourn Chaplaincy)





Successful Lenten Food Drive at Resurrection, Pleasant Hill






Marin congregations take holiday observances online
Marin Independent Journal







'This is devastating': Families in need line up to receive groceries shocks Monument Crisis Center in Concord amid COVID-19 crisis
ABC 7 News





Episcopal Impact Fund announces Covid-19 Pandemic Response






St. Gregory's Food Pantry







St. Timothy's, Danville taking action





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