Exhibit HallDiocesan Convention 2022
Join us in the Exhibit Hall to feed hungry hearts and spread the word about your ministry, program group, or business to clergy and laity from all over Southern California and the world.
Virtual Exhibit Hall
Global Partnerships and the Wider Church
AFEDJ offers a direct, secure channel to support the remarkable Christian witness of our Anglican brothers and sisters who minister in Gaza, the West Bank, Jordan, Israel, and Lebanon to some of the most vulnerable people in the world.
Inspired by Jesus’ words in Matthew 25, Episcopal Relief & Development leverages the expertise and resources of Anglican and other partners to deliver measurable and sustainable change in three signature program areas: Women, Children and Climate.
The Jerusalem Committee of the diocesan Program Group on Global Partnerships coordinates resources for education and action supporting the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. It is also your source for Zatoun Extra Virgin Olive Oil and other products from the Holy Land.
At the Commons
“We are part of those people who have been set aside for service. When we offer ourselves to serve at the altar, we are offering ourselves to God as a living prayer.” —Fran McKinney
The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles’s campaign is an endowment-focused campaign with a goal of raising $40 million+ to serve our neighbors in need, enhance our spiritual formation efforts for both clergy and laity, shore up Diocesan operations, and support the local needs of our congregations.
IRIS is a non-profit, non-sectarian agency offering several programs including: refugee resettlement, immigration legal services, cultural orientation and food assistance programs.
The Annual Appeal is an ongoing campaign focused on raising current use funds to assist congregations, schools, affiliated institutions, and their communities who are faced with unprecedented challenges.
Seeds of Hope connects hungry communities with free, healthy produce and provides garden-based nutrition education and practical cooking instruction to help our friends and neighbors live healthier.
Institutions and Organizations of the Diocese
Located at the Lutheran (ELCA) Synod Headquarters in Glendale and affiliated with Claremont School of Theology, Bloy House seeks to serve the growing education/formation needs of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles.
Camp Stevens is your Diocesan Camp! Located in Julian, CA and serving the Dioceses of both Los Angeles and San Diego, we’re currently opening our facilities to individual households for personal retreats, family getaways, and work/school from camp.
ECS serves people of all faiths and economic means through our three Life Plan communities, three affordable housing communities, and a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) serving mid- to moderate-income seniors.
Sustainability and mission don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Episcopal Enterprises seeks to lead congregations to, as Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles Bishop, John Harvey Taylor puts it, the “sweet spot where a congregation’s practical financial needs encounter its heart for being creative, loving servants of Christ in its neighborhood and community…”
Girls’ Friendly Society (GFS) has recently introduced a new program which helps children develop empathy and lays the groundwork for future changemakers. We are an Episcopal organization, with worldwide reach, serving Christ for almost 150 years.
Since 1949, HFS has been Southern California’s most experienced adoption resource, finalizing the most number of infant and child adoptions of any private adoption agency in California.
Founded in 1906 and the diocese’s oldest affiliated institution, NYA empowers under-resourced students to achieve 100% college placement and on-time high school graduation through mentoring, tutoring, and a holistic family approach.
We’re an open, inclusive community that exists to form deeply grounded spiritual directors, and to live together in a contemplative life of faith, spiritual practice, and action.
Diocesan Program Groups and New Community Ministries
The Gathering is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles that provides opportunities for Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) to gather together to tell our stories, learn from one another, engage in initiatives for peace and social justice, and talk about spirituality in the APA context.
UBE H. Belfield Hannibal Chapter advocates for diversity, inclusion, and social justice in Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, The Episcopal Church, the nation, and the world.
Businesses, services, collaboratives, ministries, and more
Anamchara Fellowship is an inclusive Religious Community in the Episcopal Church with a Celtic Christian spirit, engaging in pastoral care, spiritual direction, and teaching the faith.
At Chagall Design Ltd., we specialize in producing chasubles, dalmatics, albs, stoles, altar cloths, lectern covers, and banners to complement the liturgy. We combine harmony and elegance to enhance the beauty of your Church, using the very best fabrics made in Europe, designed exclusively by us.
Church Insurance has been insuring Episcopal institutions exclusively for over 90 years. Visit our website for useful information on establishing best practices, answering insurance coverage related questions, or guiding your ministry by implementing better safety standards.
EfM is a 4-year program through the University of the South (Episcopal) in Sewanee, TN and explores Hebrew Scripture, Christian Scriptures, church history, how to develop your own personal theology, and how to examine your personal beliefs and those around you so that you can fully practice your faith.
God Speaks offers a Daily Inspiration along with reflections, meditations, poems, and observations on life. Inspirational photography is available for sale through Dawn Switzer Photography.
HUB International is a leading brokerage providing a broad array of property, casualty, risk management, life and health, employee benefits, investment and wealth management products and services across North America.
In the changing landscape of modern communications, we tell stories, share passions, and engage our communities through digital media. For non-profits and churches it can be difficult to keep pace with the shifting expectations of online platforms and to afford the time and financial resources to fully engage the creative possibilities on offer through well-curated digital design and communications. That’s where Jubilee Design Collaborative comes in…
Tools and processes to empower churches and community organizations to do personal reflection, small group work, and community transformation.Tools and processes to empower churches and community organizations to do personal reflection, small group work, and community transformation.
The University of the South is the only university in the nation that is owned and governed by dioceses of The Episcopal Church. Founded over 150 years ago, Sewanee is committed to being a resource for the whole church.