As we are called by God to care for creation, we support policies that protect the natural resources that sustain all life on Earth. The Episcopal Church's Covenant for the Care of Creation is a commitment to practice loving formation, liberating advocacy and life-giving conversation as individuals, congregations, ministries and dioceses.
The vision of the Social Justice Committee is to foster and encourage ministry striving for justice and peace among all people. The Social Justice Committee connects to other organizations working in the same areas of interest. Within the Episcopal Church these include Sustain Island Home, the Episcopal Public Policy Network and the California Episcopal Public Policy Network. The committee supports organizations such as the Diocese of Navajoland and Cristosal.Read More »
Camp St. Andrews San Bruno is a one-week-long, sleepaway, Bay Area summer camp for kids eight and up offering the ultimate summer camp experience!
Esta sección es para los que buscan recursos disponibles en español. Se aumentarán los recursos a menudo, cuando estén traducidos.Más Información »
Shima' of Navajoland - We are artists, farmers, protectors of our precious and sacred way of life on the Navajo Nation in the Four Corners of the Southwest and the land of our ancestors.
The Missional Grants Committee assists — financially and organizationally — all diocesan congregations that desire and show potential for growth and diversification of their congregation. The committee utilizes evangelism, church growth and advocacy to develop intercultural ministry throughout the diocese.Read More »