Lydia Lopez Center Fiesta & Fundraiser

3 p.m. on April 21 at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, all are invited to a fiesta fundraiser to launch the new Lydia Lopez Center for Community Empowerment!

"New Camino" 2024

Friday and Saturday, March 22 – 23 at St. Paul’s Commons, join the Program Group on Hispanic Ministries and the Rev. Canon Anthony Guillen, The Episcopal Church’s missioner for Latino Ministries, for an in-person seminar with a fresh take on Latino/Hispanic ministries.

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An interfaith Iftar

On Sunday evening, the seventh day of Ramadan, I was blessed to be invited to join what felt like a family of about 40 at an interfaith Iftar …

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Bishops’ visits set to and from Diocese of Taiwan, Diocesan Council hears at March meeting

Bishop Lennon Yuan-Jung Chang of Taiwan’s recent visit to the Los Angeles diocese signals exciting possibilities for mission, evangelism, and ministry between the two, Bishop John Harvey Taylor reported to Diocesan Council at its March 14 online meeting.

Caring for God's Family

The need for loving and compassionate foster homes has never been greater. Will you consider becoming a parent through Holy Family Services?

Engagement Across Difference

A response to the increasing polarization in our communities, nation and world, One in the Spirit is a diocesan wide initiative to deepen connections across differences.

‘Abstracts in Action’

See catalog of paintings donated by the Rev. Canon Warner Traynham for sale to benefit the diocesan One Body & One Spirit Appeal.

Diocesan Convention 2023

Full coverage of Diocesan Convention – held on November 10 and 11 in Riverside under the theme “Love in Action: For Healing, Housing, & Hope” – is available through The Episcopal News.

Feeding Hungry Hearts

Under this theme, diocesan initiatives and ministries address key issues including racial equity, affordable housing, climate change, and more.

| “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these …  you did it to me.

Matthew 25:40

Retreat Center Hospitality

With scenic lakeside surroundings minutes from the heart of downtown, St. Paul’s Commons Retreat Center is the perfect space for your event.

| Share with all the Lord’s people in need. In all situations, practice hospitality.

Romans 12:13

Annual Appeal Giving

Donations to the One Body & One Spirit Annual Appeal provide grants to help congregations meet unbudgeted and emergency expenses.

| Who am I, and who are my people, that we should be able to give as generously as this?

1 Chronicles 29:14

Welcoming Community

The Episcopal Diocese of L.A. is geographically one of the nation’s largest faith communities. It comprises five-and-a-quarter Southern California counties; creating a rich, diverse community where ALL are welcome.

Compelling Preaching

The finest orators and leaders share their vision in a way that stirs the spirit. The Episcopal Diocese of L.A. is home to “spirit stirrers” aplenty.  Engage with the powerful, empowering, & uplifting voices of the diocese.

Inspiring Music

From traditional hymns to modern anthems, the choirs, musicians, vocalists, and bands of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles  will get your feet tapping & your soul singing. Explore the soundtrack to your spiritual life!

  • The Book of Common Prayer for Lay Licensing (first session)

    Wednesday, 17 April 2024  7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    Bloy House/Deanery 6 (via Zoom)

    Conducted by Bloy House, the Episcopal…

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  • The Welcome Table: A Christian Spiritual Gathering for the LGBTQ+ Community and Allies

    Wednesday, 17 April 2024  7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    St Stephen's Episcopal Church, 24901 Orchard Village Rd, Valencia, CA 91355, USA

    Information: 661.259.7307 or here 
    The Welcome Table is an experience created by…

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