AIDS walk: Call to register!

It is time once again for members of Saint Paul’s Cathedral to join our team to contribute, participate in the walk or run, and contact at least 10 friends and family members to commit a donation of any size to our team. Jack and I support this event because we, like many of you, have … READ MORE…

Blessing the AIDS quilt

On Saturday, Dean Penny went to South Bay Pride and blessed the AIDS quilt Loving God, you created us to be in relationship and to care for one another. As we view this quilt today, we ask you to open our hearts to the loving relationships that are recorded and reflected in the craftsmanship and … READ MORE…

The AIDS walk team

On Saturday, a small but enthusiastic team from St Paul’s headed out for the annual AIDS walk, to raise money for people living with HIV/AIDS.  Thanks to Susan Hulbert for the photos!

Steve Haight Cycles for Life!

Dean Penny blessed Verger Steve Haight and his bicycle as he prepared to begin his 7-day, 545 mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS.  Yes, you read that correctly, 545 miles! Steve is bicycling in AIDS/LifeCycle from San Francisco to Los Angeles to … READ MORE…

Global Equality –how do we get there? Forum, Aug 21st

A forum with Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, Brent Sammon and Rev. Canon Albert Ogle, Sunday August 21st at 9am. Recently returned from Uganda, where he helped Bishop Christopher establish an HIV outreach program to “criminalized” LGBT people (through a $145,000 grant from the Elton John AIDS Foundation) Albert Ogle will talk about why it is important … READ MORE…

Report from the UN AIDS meeting

This is an extract from a longer article by the Rev. Canon Albert Ogle on the recent UN General Assembly High Level Meeting on AIDSs. Albert writes, “Whenever AIDS is part of the equation, the United Nations is working to be part of the solution,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his remarks to the meeting. … READ MORE…

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