The Feast of the Ascension

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Stories From The Diocese

The Feast of the Ascension

What does it mean when we say that Jesus ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God? Looking further into this special day of celebration.

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a blue, green, and white celtic heart knot surrounded by the words "unity in the love of christ" in black lettering

A Call to Prayer During Lent

As we engage a new theme for 2018, let us join together in a season of prayer.

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a drawing in silver of the outline of a fish filled in with a rainbow with the word "cursillo" beneath it

Cursillo: May 2018

Cursillo (pronounced “cur see’ yo”) is a movement within the Episcopal Church which offers a method for Christian living, provides a core-group who are actively involved in bringing the Gospel to their environment, and helps Christian people discover and achieve their personal calling as a follower of Christ.

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Open Your Mouth for the Speechless

It is my hope and prayer that we are inspired by these courageous people to tell our stories and listen to the stories of others.

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\ku̇rˈsē(l)yō\

Reflections on Cursillo and the lifelong spiritual fruit of that experience.

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the word: Body

Encouraging us to live more fully into the wholeness of body and spirit.

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Diocesan Education for Ministry News

Education for Ministry is a “distance-learning program for adult Christian formation through theological education and reflection

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On-line courses offered through CDSP

CALL’s online courses are offered throughout the year and are designed so that you can participate at your own pace and at your own time.

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Resources for Adult Formation

Although the church calendar begins in Advent and the secular calendar begins in January, those of us who are involved with the church know the new year really begins in September.

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CDSP offers online classes on Homiletics, Eucharist, the Catechumenate and more!

Church Divinity School of the Pacific offers regular online courses via CALL, the Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership which are open to all.

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