You meet the most amazing people around the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, including, this week alone, for me, two wonderful film crews. On Tuesday, I visited the Montecedro, operated by our affordable housing partners at Episcopal Communities & Services, to be interviewed about ECS’s 100th anniversary. On Wednesday, the Ad Council used your episcopal residence for spots about foster parenting (no actors or writers involved), turning our kitchen into the control room (they used one of my guitars on set, the closest it will ever get to prime time) … Johnny Lee, incoming CEO of the Episcopal Community Federal Credit Union, shown with longtime board chair Dan Valdez; more to come celebrating the amazing and beloved Urla Gomes, whom Johnny succeeds … IRIS Interfaith Refugee & Immigration Service, Los Angeles executive director Troy Elder and Bishop Naudal Alves Gomes, former primate of Brazil, comparing notes at St. Paul’s Commons, Echo Park … Canons Gail Urquidi and Clare Zabala-Bangao, comparing notary certificates … and Arthur Fitzmorris (center), a CDC official stationed in Uganda, meeting with the Rev. Canon Susan Russell of the diocesan staff and Arthur’s longtime friend the Rev. Neil Tadken of Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Monrovia.