We are a welcoming faith community as diverse as the many faces of Santa Fe. Honoring every person as a child of God, we seek to walk with Christ, to love and serve those in need, in our own community and beyond. We worship in the Episcopal tradition and are nourished by prayer, study, and fellowship.
Somos una comunidad de fieles en la que todo el que lo desea es bienvenido, una comunidad tan diversa como las muchas caras de Santa Fe. Al honrar a cada ser como hijo de Dios, aspiramos a seguir los pasos de Cristo, a amar y servir a los necesitados de nuestra propia comunidad y más halla. Adramos según la tradición Episcopal y nos nutrimos espiritualmente de oración, estudio y hermandad.
… concerning the variety of events at General Convention.
Click here to read Bishop Michael’s pastoral letter to the Sisters and Brothers in the Diocese the Rio Grande.
Click here for a pdf of the letter.
The Episcopal Church’s General Convention made history June 27 when it chose Diocese of North Carolina Bishop Michael Curry to be its 27th presiding bishop. Read more here…
Below are links to daily news summaries about the General Convention provided by the Diocese of the Rio Grande.
Wednesday, June 24 – Opening Day
Thursday, June 25
Friday, June 26
Saturday, June 27
Sunday, June 28
Monday, June 29
Tuesday, June 30
Wednesday, July 1
Thursday, July 2
Friday, July 3 – Closing Day
Please pray for all Deputies and Bishops as they meet in Salt Lake City for the 78th General Convention of The Episcopal Church.
Business includes the election of the next Presiding Bishop and many other items which can be found on the General Convention Legislative Process web page.
The progress of the convention can be followed through the news feed from the Episcopal Church, which include live-streaming and on-demand video features, articles from the Episcopal News Service, and convention schedule.
For complete information on the 2015 General Convention, please visit the General Convention website.
Please join us for a month of light summer reading as the St. Bede’s Book Club enjoys one of Ray Bradbury’s most enchanting novels and deeply personal work, Dandelion Wine. The book is a moving semi-autobiographical recollection by a 12 year old boy of a vanished golden era, the simple joys of yesterday in a magical small town summer in 1928. This series will be led by Sue Worford, personal friend of Ray Bradbury.
The Dandelion Wine reading and discussion series begins July 13, 12-1pm, in the Common Room for approximately four weeks. For further information, please contact Njeri Nuru-Holm, email@example.com.
It’s Time for the Next Session of Lectio Divina.
We’ll begin on Friday July 10 at 10:00 a.m. in the library. Please join us for a time of “divine reading” of a selected passage of scripture and sharing our thoughts about it. Lectio meetings will continue on Friday mornings through August 28. There will be no meeting on Friday August 7. For more information, contact Linda Gray at 982-6498 or Lgraypoet@Q.com.