Low Mass at 8:00am
Solemn High Mass and procession at 10:30am
High Mass at 7:00pm
followed by the Watch at the Altar of Repose
Stations of the Cross at Noon
Movie Matinee: The Passion of the Christ 4:30pm
Good Friday Liturgy at 7:00pm
High Mass at 7:00pm
followed by the Annual Chocolate Party
Low Mass with Hymns at 8:00am
Solemn High Mass at 10:30am
Bethlehem Handicrafts will present their wares on the Patio on Sunday, April 12th starting after the 8:00am Mass. For more information please visit their website at: http://bethlehemhandcrafts.org.
Pictures from the Bishops visit
You are cordially invited to the 5th Annual Amazing Journey Gala on Saturday, May 9th, 6 to 9 PM at The Hall of Champions in Balboa Park. The evening will include a 3 Course Seated-Dinner and Silent & Live Auctions.
Proceeds benefit programs to assist refugees in San Diego. Tickets are $85 and reservations for a table of 8, 9 or 10 are available at www.episcopalrefugeenetwork.org. Or you may send a check to Episcopal Refugee Network, 4265 Fairmount Avenue, Suite 130, San Diego, CA 92105. For more information please contact Jake Young at email@example.com.
Join us in providing for those less fortunate by helping the Parish put together 35 Blessing Bags to provide to the homeless in Hillcrest.
We are requesting cash donations as well as the following items:
Toiletries (travel size) - shampoo, body wash, deodorant, mouthwash,
dental floss, hand sanitizer, Kleenex.
Gift Cards (small amt $5-$10) - Starbucks, Target, Albertsons, 7-Eleven,
Snacks & Sweets - candy, protein bars, nuts, crackers n' cheese,
crackers n' peanut butter, etc.
Plastic Ponchos (travel)
Please use the donation boxes at the back of the church to make your contribution. Please contact David Merry with any questions. Thank you in advance for your support of our outreach to San Diego's homeless population, many of whom are veterans of our Armed Forces.
As part of our ongoing commitment to creating a safe haven for everyone, our diocese trains people in the prevention of misconduct and encourages all to report misconduct. All reported incidences are taken seriously and investigated thoroughly and confidentially. If you believe you have experienced misconduct of any kind, please contact Mr. John Seimanfirstname.lastname@example.org, 858-793-4555 or the Rev. Janet Wheelock, email@example.com, 952-240-8067.
The Diocese of San Diego invites you and your family to join in the fun and adventure at Camp Stevens.
Please see below for Spring & Summer offerings:
Annual Women's Retreat at Camp Stevens will be April 10-12. Led by The Rev. Lisa Rotchford, this year's theme is Sabbath for the Soul and will use scripture, art and music to help participants center and revitalize.
The Very Reverend Gary Hall, Dean of the National Cathedral in Washington DC, will lead a retreat at Camp Stevens this spring.
Family Camps with Camp Stevens The whole family can get in on the fun at Camp Stevens. Their community-focused family camps include two weekend Family Camps: Sprout: Spring Family Weekend and Memorial Day Family Camp. Both are great for grandparents and grandkids, or extended families.)
Looking for more than a vacation? Our diocesan camp and retreat center, Camp Stevens does much more than summer camp. Join one of their adult trips this summer or fall. The Adult & Family Basecamp Backpacking Trip (July 10-18) takes beginning and more experienced backpackers on a breathtaking trip in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, with mules to carry the gear. And their Fall Baja Trek in October is a relaxing camping trip on the shore of the Sea of Cortez. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
It's summer camp season! Camp Stevens, our diocesan summer camp in the mountains of San Diego, offers 6-day summer camp sessions for 8-16 year olds (plus one 2-week session just for 12-15 year olds), and wilderness adventure trips for teens. Send a child in your life on an empowering, faith-based, and fun adventure this summer.
To find out more please go to www.campstevens.org.