Vote for this video with local Servicemembers.

SPC member Jasper Kump told us a while back about The Military Acceptance Project which works to help servicemembers who feel marginalized in their community.  Now is your chance to help: When the White House called for a compelling video that spotlights everyday, unsung heroes in the LGBT community who are creating positive change in the lives … READ MORE…

Come meet SF Pride Grand Marshall, Bp Chrisopher Senyonjo!

Bishop Christopher Senyonjo is stopping by in San Diego to greet his friends en route with Canon Albert Ogle to the San Francisco Pride celebrations, where Bishop Christopher will be Grand Marshall. Their winning theme “Global Equality” was adopted by the San Francisco Pride Board following a community wide selection from 30 suggested themes. Parishioners … READ MORE…

Crack Gabriel’s Code at the June 2 Masked Ball!

Can a group of festive masked Episcopalians crack the code of the mysterious Angel Gabriel (atop the Abbey) during the forthcomimg June 2 Masked Ball Gala? Just two years ago, The Abbey celebrated its centennial as a 1910 landmark.  It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983 and also more recently a recipient of … READ MORE…

The costs of bullying

From the Rev. Canon Albert Ogle: Gary Takesian, director of the acclaimed anti-bullying documentary “Teach Your Children Well,” told an audience Monday night at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Hillcrest that anti-gay bullying is the worst form of bullying.  He explained that anti-gay bullying is quite different, saying that kids who are bullied for their ethnic … READ MORE…

“Teach Your Children Well” Anti-Bullying Film screened at SPC

On May 14 at 7.30pm: St. Paul’s Cathedral honors International Day Against Homophobia with a FREE showing of “Teach Your Children Well” followed by a panel discussion with the film makers and local anti-bullying activists. St. Paul’s Cathedral in partnership with GLSEN, St. Paul’s Foundation, Integrity Circle and other San Diego faith communities and school … READ MORE…

It’s not about the obvious things: Reflections on “The Next Fall”

Recently, a Cathedral group sponsored by the Integrity Circle went to the play “Next Fall” by Geoffrey Nauffts at the Diversionary Theatre. Cathedral member Mark R. Turner shares his reflections. We all bring our backgrounds to dialogue with a work of art. Our personal dialogues with paintings, films, and plays customizes the piece to our … READ MORE…

Reflections on Bishop Christopher’s Tour

The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle has written two articles in the local press about Bishop Christopher’s “Compass to Compassion” tour  about LGBT rights in Uganda, which was launched here at St Paul’s Cathedral in August.  We’ve quoted just a small part here; click on the links to read the complete articles. In his first article, … 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…

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