You meet the most amazing people around St. Paul’s Commons, Echo Park, including the Rev. Samuel Pillsbury, specialist in restorative justice and law professor, for a bracing conversation about the future of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles’s ministry to the incarcerated; our own the Rev. Norma Yanira Guerra plus organizing manager Andre Barrios and policy analyst Benyamin Chao of the California Immigrant Policy Center, to talk about enhancing our collaborations on behalf of our immigrant worker siblings; and the Rev. Amy Pringle, rector of St. George’s Episcopal Church in La Canada Flintridge, who shared her vision of an abundant, innovative parish future with the Rev. Canons Melissa McCarthy, Thomas Quijada-Discavage, and me.
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