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Anti-Racism Covenant

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Bishop Susan Brown Snook invites you to join her in signing an anti-racism covenant to work toward racial justice and reconciliation. This covenant was created by a group of bishops, including Bishop Susan, from across The Episcopal Church. 

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“Those who say, “I love God,” and hate their brothers or sisters, are liars; for those who do not love a brother or sister whom they have seen, cannot love God whom they have not seen.”

-1 John 4:20

The sin of racism disrupts the harmony and oneness that God intends for humanity. Racism is dangerous, divisive, and damaging. Racism purports that some are deserving of dignity over others and disregards the image and likeness of God found in every human being. We are created in the image of God; therefore, to engage in racism of any form is to refuse to acknowledge the image of God in the other and the stranger.  The fact that we were created in the image of God should remind us that each person is a living expression of God that must be respected, preserved, and never dishonored.

Throughout our history, courageous people of God have taken the risk of standing up and speaking out with the least and the lowest. God now challenges us to become courageous people who seek to create sacred communities of hope by dismantling the sin of racism. This work involves risking ourselves for the sake of God’s love, moving beyond ourselves in order to seek and serve Christ and one another.

We lament…

As people of faith, we acknowledge our sins and our failure to respect the dignity of every human being. We have, individually and corporately, fallen short of the glory of God, and now call to mind and name the aspects of our lament.

 

We covenant…

As people of faith, we are called to “love the Lord our God with all our heart, and with all our soul and with all our mind and to love our neighbors as ourselves.” Recognizing the places in which the church and people of faith have fallen short of God’s love, particularly in the legacy of racism and white supremacy, we seek to amend our lives to more fully reflect God’s dream of Beloved Community.

 

 

Bishop Susan Brown Snook

Canon Gwynn Lynch, Canon to the Ordinary

Canon Christian Gillette, Canon for Evangelism and Discipleship

Rev. Kirby Smith, Cheif Financial Officer EDSD

Chris Tumilty, Director of Communications EDSD

Alyson Terry

Rhiannon Howell, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert – “You have my full support”

David Spencer, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Chapter, Lector Coordinator

The Rev. Dr. Alex Nagy

Gloriamarie Amalfitano

Paige Blair-Hubert, St. Peter’s Del Mar

Christopher Butler, St. Paul in the Desert, Palm Springs, Latino ministry & Vestry

Equilla Luke, Good Samaritan, Advocacy Committee, Diocesan Mediation Team

William Murray, St. Timothy’s, Licensed Evangelist in the Episcopal Church – “I support this anti-racist covenant.”

Hannah Wilder  St Mark’s , Strategic planning committee for St Mark’s – “St Mark’s is facilitating two Sacred Ground study group with a total of 15 people. We started last month and will continue through the next seven months.”

The Rev. Martha O. Anderson, St. Peter’s in Del Mar,  Convener of Sacred Ground

Robert Nelson   St. Peter’s, Del Mar, Property Committee, Deacons – “I recognize that I am privileged by being a white male and pray that I may live as an anti-racist.”

Mark Cappetta

Susan Rigney, St. Margaret’s, EfM

Julie Carroll, Trinity Episcopal Church, Escondido, CA Worship Committee, Daughters of the King; Society of Companions of the Holy Cross – “I recommend reading “White Fragility” by Diangelo.”

Bishop Sandy Hampton, St. Dunstan’s, San Diego/Diocese of Olympia – “Perhaps the most important issue which has divided our nation (and Church) for over 400 years.  ENOUGH.”

Stephen Florman, St. Timothy’s, Executive – CFO/Treasurer

Kathleen Ide, St.Marks, Christian Education for Children

Kent Branstetter, St Dunsans San Diego, Standing Committee

Anne Meservey, St. Thomas of Canterbury, Bishop’s Committee, Choir Member, Women’s Group – “It is crucial for us to sign this pledge and commitment of the anti-racism covenant to actively engage in uprooting and destroying racism and not permit it anywhere. Racial justice and reconciliation are integral to the mission of our church. We promise to love our neighbor as ourselves and must ensure social justice.”

Penny Bridges, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Hispanic-Latino Ministries, North American Cathedral Deans

The Rev Kathrine Wood St Margarets Palme Desert, Ministry of Compassion and Justice

The Rev. Christopher Craig-Jones, St Michaels By The Sea, Carlsbad

David Burgdorf  St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert CA

Dale Bruso, Grace San Marcos, Police Violence Study Group

The Rev. Dr. Kathryn Baird, St. David’s

David Madsen,  St. Alban’s El Cajon  Facilitator for Interfaith Leaders of East County  IFLEC

John Norman, St. Margaret’s

Rev. Thomas Wilson, St. Paul’s Cathedral

Canon Allisyn Thomas, St. Bartholomew’s Poway, The Advocacy Committee

Greg Tuttle, St. Dunstan’s – “Thank you for continuing to serve and support all of God’s children.”

Carol Worthing  St. Paul Cathedral, Spiritual Formation, retired clergy worship team – “My thoughts and prayers are with this antiracism covenant on behalf of the EDSD!”

John Will, St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Commission on Ministry

Patrick Grannan St Barnabas – Borrego Springs

Lauren Prust

Kathryn Reeves St. Margaret’s,  Palm Desert, Pastoral Care &  Vestry

Cindy Campos   St Bartholomew’s Church – “I will work towards equality and justice in whatever way the church sees fit.”

Amy Lajiness,  Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Outreach & Vestry

Rev. Tom Morelli, Christ Church, Sacred Ground  Council of Churches Coronado  – “God Please Help me and us become stronger “Anti-Racists”’

Christopher Davidson, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert, Vestry & Junior Warden – “Proud to be part of a community of faith that is committed to change.”

Verdery Kassebaum, Good Samaritan, Eucharistic Visitor, Choir, Bell Choir – “I need to learn how to be more sensitive to the rights of people who do not look like me.”

Ann Evans, All Souls’ Episcopal Church, Gouraud Music Fund , Participant in recording Morning Prayer, Sunday morning worship – “I am privileged to join in working toward seeing, respecting, treating and loving all people as the beloved children of God that they are.”

Susan Haynes, All Saints’, Vista Worship,  Vestry

William Purves  St. James by the Sea Episcopal Church – La Jolla   Usher ministry, lector, intercessor, former vestry, former calling committee

Larry Salvadori, St. Bartholomew’s, Poway, Diocesan Nominating Committee (NomCom), Cursillo Secretariat, finance, property, maintenance, choir.

Joe Lopez, Saint John Indio, Vestry and Treasurer – “Thank you for this inspired covenant.”

Lynn Meurs, Trinity Episcopal, Escondido, Social Justice, Sunday School  – “I hope for the day when we can see only a person’s heart, leaving everything else to fade as spirit around us.”

William Hammond, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Peace and Justice

Joy Wolf, St. David’s Church and Preschool, Fiance Committee, Clerk for the Vestry – “Lord help me to listen, learn, grow and share my faith respectfully with others.”

Singhild Baker    St. Andrew’s, Encinitas – “I prayerfully commit to this covenant”

Vincent Walton, St. Thomas of Canterbury, Sacred Ground

Barnabas Hunt,  The Society of St. Paul

Janine Schenone, Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Advocacy Committee, Executive Council

Sharon Merrill, St Margaret’s Palm Desert, Compassion & Justice – “Thank you!”

Deann Rios, St. Andrew’s by-the-Sea Advocacy Committee – “I am so grateful to be part of a Church and denomination that is taking racism and racial justice seriously, working on education and advocacy to become increasingly anti-racist, and committed to building more equitable and just churches and communities.”

Mary Polly Kleinpaste, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Family, Youth, and Children

Mary Ann Ekman, St. Margaret’s Palm Desert CA, Living without Fear, Finance Committee

Suzanne Petersen, St. Margaret’s and St. Hugh’s – “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. (All men and women)”

Jean Emery, St. Luke’s North Park

Duane Beach-Barrow, Church of St. Paul in The Desert, Palm Springs, Reopening Committee, Altar Guild and Lay Eucharistic Visitor

Canon Christine Spalding, All Souls’ in Point Loma, Parish Stewardship Committee,  COM Diocesan Discerner, former COM member, Education for Ministry

Rev. Lorenzo Lebrija, TryTank Experimental Lab

Laura Lee Skillman, St. James by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Outreach

Scott Johnson, St. Margaret’s

Polly Morelli, Christ Church CoronadoService Ministry; a Thrift Shop Manager

Vicki Lynn Kelley, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Outreach

The Rev. Dr. Brian D. Johnson, Saint John’s Episcopal Church, Indio

Kathleen Wood St. John’s, Fallbrook, Sr. Warden, Music Minister, Vestry, worship

Maryl Weightman, St. James-By-The-Sea, La Jolla, Daughters of the King, Altar Guild

June Vikander, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert

The Rev Canon Joan Ford, St. Paul’s Cathedral San Diego CA, Pastoral Care

Carolyn Lief, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Simpler Living, outreach, diocesan Service and Justice Coalition

Bill Himelright

Aaron Riviers, Church of Saint Paul in the Desert, Latino Ministry & Social Justice

Cindy Shamel, St. Timothy’s, Rancho Penasquitos, Sacred Ground Planning Committee & Daughters of the King

Catherine Dowdle, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Chula Vista, CA

Connie Gach, St.Timothy’s in Rancho Penasquitos

Mark Hargreaves, St James by-the-Sea

Jill Sanford, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Stephen Ministry

Fred Thayer

Gary Arps, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Peace and Justice

Thérèse H. Carmona, St. Mark’s, Vestry Member

Richard Lief, St. Paul’s Cathedral, San Diego, Peace and Justice, Pastoral Care, Circles of Love Captain and caller, Sacred Ground Facilitator

Janice Larson, St Michael’s By-The-Sea, Pastoral Care

Babs Meairs, St. Timothy’s, San Diego Military Advocacy Committee & Daughters of the King

Alfred Dominico, St. Dunstan’s, Junior warden, Vestry

Meg Decker, Trinity, Escondido

Rev. Cn. Brooks Mason, St. Paul’s Cathedral

Nancy Peterson,  St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Vestry

The Rev Canon Wayne F. Sanders, St David’s Clairemont Interreligious Council of San Diego, VP Interreligious Council of San Diego County, Board of Directors of St.Paul’s Senior Center

Mary Lynn Coulson, St. Andrew’s by-the-Sea

Jackie Miley, Trinity Episcopal Church , Escondido, Vision Planning Committee, Trinity Vestry, Daughters of the King, President, Trinity Chapter

Jane Hodnik, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert, CA Order of the Daughters of the King

Mary Gaines, Trinity, Escondido Vestry, Social Justice & Daughters of the King

Thérèse H. Carmona, St. Mark’s, City Heights  Vestry Member Sacred Ground, Diocesan Service & Justice Coalition

The Rev. Brian Fidler, All Souls’, Point Loma Commission on Ministry, Sacred Ground facilitator, Thriving In Ministry mentor, Listening Hearts convener

Kathleen Burgess, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Director of Administrative Operations, Sacred Grounds and more…

Neil Malmquist All Souls’ Point Loma, Properties, Worship, Diocesan representative on St Paul’s chapter

Joan Waitt,  St. Margarets Palm Desert, Ca

David Bolger, Episcopal Church of the Nativity, Scottsdale, AZ  Stewardship Committee Co-Chair, Arts at Nativity Steering Committee

Susan Jester, St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Revival 2021, EFM

Heather Lawrence, Good Samaritan Episcopal Church

Nancy Shugg, St Margaret’s

Keren Mondaca Diocesan Staff, Diocesan Staff

Lisa Schattman, Grace in San Marcos, Police Violence Study Group, Sunday School

Diana Kurr, St. Hugh of Lincoln, Idyllwild CA, Worship committee, Daughter of the King, member at large.

Susan Latimer, The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Hemet, Planning Team for Bishop Curry Revival

Karla Lewis, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert, EfM mentor

Karla Chavez, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Martha Curatolo, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Virtual User, Peace and Justice, Circles of Love, StephenMinistry, Latino Ministry, Women Together. Chapter, Circle of Love, and  PPWG

Salvador Arce Guerra, St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral. San Diego

Georgina Miller St. Andrew’s, Encinitas, Stewardship Committee, Faith in Action Ministry, Lead Acolyte, Welcome/Fellowship, Reopening Task Force

Kathleen Kelly, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert

Jim Stiven, St. Andrew’s Encinitas, Faith in Action at St. Andrew’s, formerly President of the Standing Committee (EDSD)

The Vestry of Trinity Escondido  Trinity, The whole vestry


Add your signature to the Anti-Racism Covenant Here


 

Firme el Pacto contra el racismo: haga clic aquí

Aquellos que dicen: «Yo amo a Dios», y al mismo tiempo odian a sus hermanos o hermanas, son mentirosos. Pues si alguno no ama a sus hermanos o hermanas, a quienes ve, tampoco puede amar a Dios, a quien no ve.

-1 Juan 4:20

El pecado del racismo impide la armonía y la unidad que Dios quiere para la humanidad. El racismo es peligroso, divisor y dañino. El racismo pretende que algunos merecen tener más dignidad sobre otros y no tiene en cuenta la imagen y semejanza de Dios que se encuentra en cada ser humano. Somos creados a imagen de Dios; por lo tanto, involucrarse en cualquier forma de racismo es negarse a reconocer la imagen de Dios en el otro y en el extraño. El hecho de que fuimos creados a imagen de Dios debería recordarnos que cada persona es una expresión viva de Dios que debe ser respetada, preservada y nunca deshonrada.

 

A lo largo de nuestra historia, los valientes del pueblo de Dios se han arriesgado a levantarse y hablar con los más pequeños y humildes. Dios ahora nos reta a convertirnos en personas valientes, que buscan crear comunidades sagradas de esperanza, desmantelando el pecado del racismo. Este trabajo implica arriesgarnos por el amor de Dios, ir más allá de nosotros mismos para buscar y servir a Cristo y a los demás.

 

Lamentamos…

Como personas de fe, reconocemos nuestros pecados y nuestra incapacidad de respetar la dignidad de cada ser humano. De manera individual y corporativa, nos hemos quedado cortos de la gloria de Dios, y ahora recordamos y nombramos los aspectos de nuestro lamento.

 

 

Nos Comprometemos a…

Como personas de fe, estamos llamados a “amar al Señor nuestro Dios con todo nuestro corazón, y con toda nuestra alma y con toda nuestra mente, y amar a nuestro prójimo como a nosotros mismos”. Reconociendo los lugares en los que la iglesia y las personas de fe han faltado al amor de Dios, particularmente en el legado del racismo y la supremacía blanca, buscamos enmendar nuestras vidas para reflejar más plenamente el sueño de Dios de una Comunidad en Amor.

 

Bishop Susan Brown Snook

Canon Gwynn Lynch

Canon Christian Gillette

Rev. Kirby Smith

Chris Tumilty

Alyson Terry

Rhiannon Howell, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert – “You have my full support”

David Spencer, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Chapter, Lector Coordinator

The Rev. Dr. Alex Nagy

Gloriamarie Amalfitano

Paige Blair-Hubert, St. Peter’s Del Mar

Christopher Butler, St. Paul in the Desert, Palm Springs, Latino ministry & Vestry

Equilla Luke, Good Samaritan, Advocacy Committee, Diocesan Mediation Team

William Murray, St. Timothy’s, Licensed Evangelist in the Episcopal Church – “I support this anti-racist covenant.”

Hannah Wilder  St Mark’s , Strategic planning committee for St Mark’s – “St Mark’s is facilitating two Sacred Ground study group with a total of 15 people. We started last month and will continue through the next seven months.”

The Rev. Martha O. Anderson, St. Peter’s in Del Mar,  Convener of Sacred Ground

Robert Nelson   St. Peter’s, Del Mar, Property Committee, Deacons – “I recognize that I am privileged by being a white male and pray that I may live as an anti-racist.”

Mark Cappetta

Susan Rigney, St. Margaret’s, EfM

Julie Carroll, Trinity Episcopal Church, Escondido, CA Worship Committee, Daughters of the King; Society of Companions of the Holy Cross – “I recommend reading “White Fragility” by Diangelo.”

Bishop Sandy Hampton, St. Dunstan’s, San Diego/Diocese of Olympia – “Perhaps the most important issue which has divided our nation (and Church) for over 400 years.  ENOUGH.”

Stephen Florman, St. Timothy’s, Executive – CFO/Treasurer

Kathleen Ide, St.Marks, Christian Education for Children

Kent Branstetter, St Dunsans San Diego, Standing Committee

Anne Meservey, St. Thomas of Canterbury, Bishop’s Committee, Choir Member, Women’s Group – “It is crucial for us to sign this pledge and commitment of the anti-racism covenant to actively engage in uprooting and destroying racism and not permit it anywhere. Racial justice and reconciliation are integral to the mission of our church. We promise to love our neighbor as ourselves and must ensure social justice.”

Penny Bridges, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Hispanic-Latino Ministries, North American Cathedral Deans

The Rev Kathrine Wood St Margarets Palme Desert, Ministry of Compassion and Justice

The Rev. Christopher Craig-Jones, St Michaels By The Sea, Carlsbad

David Burgdorf  St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert CA

Dale Bruso, Grace San Marcos, Police Violence Study Group

The Rev. Dr. Kathryn Baird, St. David’s

David Madsen,  St. Alban’s El Cajon  Facilitator for Interfaith Leaders of East County  IFLEC

John Norman, St. Margaret’s

Rev. Thomas Wilson, St. Paul’s Cathedral

Canon Allisyn Thomas, St. Bartholomew’s Poway, The Advocacy Committee

Greg Tuttle, St. Dunstan’s – “Thank you for continuing to serve and support all of God’s children.”

Carol Worthing  St. Paul Cathedral, Spiritual Formation, retired clergy worship team – “My thoughts and prayers are with this antiracism covenant on behalf of the EDSD!”

John Will, St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Commission on Ministry

Patrick Grannan St Barnabas – Borrego Springs

Lauren Prust

Kathryn Reeves St. Margaret’s,  Palm Desert, Pastoral Care &  Vestry

Cindy Campos   St Bartholomew’s Church – “I will work towards equality and justice in whatever way the church sees fit.”

Amy Lajiness,  Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Outreach & Vestry

Rev. Tom Morelli, Christ Church, Sacred Ground  Council of Churches Coronado  – “God Please Help me and us become stronger “Anti-Racists”’

Christopher Davidson, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert, Vestry & Junior Warden – “Proud to be part of a community of faith that is committed to change.”

Verdery Kassebaum, Good Samaritan, Eucharistic Visitor, Choir, Bell Choir – “I need to learn how to be more sensitive to the rights of people who do not look like me.”

Ann Evans, All Souls’ Episcopal Church, Gouraud Music Fund , Participant in recording Morning Prayer, Sunday morning worship – “I am privileged to join in working toward seeing, respecting, treating and loving all people as the beloved children of God that they are.”

Susan Haynes, All Saints’, Vista Worship,  Vestry

William Purves  St. James by the Sea Episcopal Church – La Jolla   Usher ministry, lector, intercessor, former vestry, former calling committee

Larry Salvadori, St. Bartholomew’s, Poway, Diocesan Nominating Committee (NomCom), Cursillo Secretariat, finance, property, maintenance, choir.

Joe Lopez, Saint John Indio, Vestry and Treasurer – “Thank you for this inspired covenant.”

Lynn Meurs, Trinity Episcopal, Escondido, Social Justice, Sunday School  – “I hope for the day when we can see only a person’s heart, leaving everything else to fade as spirit around us.”

William Hammond, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Peace and Justice

Joy Wolf, St. David’s Church and Preschool, Fiance Committee, Clerk for the Vestry – “Lord help me to listen, learn, grow and share my faith respectfully with others.”

Singhild Baker    St. Andrew’s, Encinitas – “I prayerfully commit to this covenant”

Vincent Walton, St. Thomas of Canterbury, Sacred Ground

Barnabas Hunt,  The Society of St. Paul

Janine Schenone, Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Advocacy Committee, Executive Council

Sharon Merrill, St Margaret’s Palm Desert, Compassion & Justice – “Thank you!”

Deann Rios, St. Andrew’s by-the-Sea Advocacy Committee – “I am so grateful to be part of a Church and denomination that is taking racism and racial justice seriously, working on education and advocacy to become increasingly anti-racist, and committed to building more equitable and just churches and communities.”

Mary Polly Kleinpaste, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Family, Youth, and Children

Mary Ann Ekman, St. Margaret’s Palm Desert CA, Living without Fear, Finance Committee

Suzanne Petersen, St. Margaret’s and St. Hugh’s – “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. (All men and women)”

Jean Emery, St. Luke’s North Park

Duane Beach-Barrow, Church of St. Paul in The Desert, Palm Springs, Reopening Committee, Altar Guild and Lay Eucharistic Visitor

Canon Christine Spalding, All Souls’ in Point Loma, Parish Stewardship Committee,  COM Diocesan Discerner, former COM member, Education for Ministry

Rev. Lorenzo Lebrija, TryTank Experimental Lab

Laura Lee Skillman, St. James by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Outreach

Scott Johnson, St. Margaret’s

Polly Morelli, Christ Church CoronadoService Ministry; a Thrift Shop Manager

Vicki Lynn Kelley, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Outreach

The Rev. Dr. Brian D. Johnson, Saint John’s Episcopal Church, Indio

Kathleen Wood St. John’s, Fallbrook, Sr. Warden, Music Minister, Vestry, worship

Maryl Weightman, St. James-By-The-Sea, La Jolla, Daughters of the King, Altar Guild

June Vikander, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert

The Rev Canon Joan Ford, St. Paul’s Cathedral San Diego CA, Pastoral Care

Carolyn Lief, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Simpler Living, outreach, diocesan Service and Justice Coalition

Bill Himelright

Aaron Riviers, Church of Saint Paul in the Desert, Latino Ministry & Social Justice

Cindy Shamel, St. Timothy’s, Rancho Penasquitos, Sacred Ground Planning Committee & Daughters of the King

Catherine Dowdle, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Chula Vista, CA

Connie Gach, St.Timothy’s in Rancho Penasquitos

Mark Hargreaves, St James by-the-Sea

Jill Sanford, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Stephen Ministry

Fred Thayer

Gary Arps, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Peace and Justice

Thérèse H. Carmona, St. Mark’s, Vestry Member

Richard Lief, St. Paul’s Cathedral, San Diego, Peace and Justice, Pastoral Care, Circles of Love Captain and caller, Sacred Ground Facilitator

Janice Larson, St Michael’s By-The-Sea, Pastoral Care

Babs Meairs, St. Timothy’s, San Diego Military Advocacy Committee & Daughters of the King

Alfred Dominico, St. Dunstan’s, Junior warden, Vestry

Meg Decker, Trinity, Escondido

Rev. Cn. Brooks Mason, St. Paul’s Cathedral

Nancy Peterson,  St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Vestry

The Rev Canon Wayne F. Sanders, St David’s Clairemont Interreligious Council of San Diego, VP Interreligious Council of San Diego County, Board of Directors of St.Paul’s Senior Center

Mary Lynn Coulson, St. Andrew’s by-the-Sea

Jackie Miley, Trinity Episcopal Church , Escondido, Vision Planning Committee, Trinity Vestry, Daughters of the King, President, Trinity Chapter

Jane Hodnik, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert, CA Order of the Daughters of the King

Mary Gaines, Trinity, Escondido Vestry, Social Justice & Daughters of the King

Thérèse H. Carmona, St. Mark’s, City Heights  Vestry Member Sacred Ground, Diocesan Service & Justice Coalition

The Rev. Brian Fidler, All Souls’, Point Loma Commission on Ministry, Sacred Ground facilitator, Thriving In Ministry mentor, Listening Hearts convener

Kathleen Burgess, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Director of Administrative Operations, Sacred Grounds and more…

Neil Malmquist All Souls’ Point Loma, Properties, Worship, Diocesan representative on St Paul’s chapter

Joan Waitt,  St. Margarets Palm Desert, Ca

David Bolger, Episcopal Church of the Nativity, Scottsdale, AZ  Stewardship Committee Co-Chair, Arts at Nativity Steering Committee

Susan Jester, St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Revival 2021, EFM

Heather Lawrence, Good Samaritan Episcopal Church

Nancy Shugg, St Margaret’s

Keren Mondaca Diocesan Staff, Diocesan Staff

Lisa Schattman, Grace in San Marcos, Police Violence Study Group, Sunday School

Diana Kurr, St. Hugh of Lincoln, Idyllwild CA, Worship committee, Daughter of the King, member at large.

Susan Latimer, The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Hemet, Planning Team for Bishop Curry Revival

Karla Lewis, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert, EfM mentor

Karla Chavez, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Martha Curatolo, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Virtual User, Peace and Justice, Circles of Love, StephenMinistry, Latino Ministry, Women Together. Chapter, Circle of Love, and  PPWG

Salvador Arce Guerra, St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral. San Diego

Georgina Miller St. Andrew’s, Encinitas, Stewardship Committee, Faith in Action Ministry, Lead Acolyte, Welcome/Fellowship, Reopening Task Force

Kathleen Kelly, St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert

Jim Stiven, St. Andrew’s Encinitas, Faith in Action at St. Andrew’s, formerly President of the Standing Committee (EDSD)

The Vestry of Trinity Escondido  Trinity, The whole vestry

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