Installation of The Rev Paul Gibbons at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Ocean Beach

The Rev. Bill Mugford, Dean of the San Diego Deanery of the Diocese of Western Anglicans, announced Celebration of the New Ministry and Installing Fr. Paul Gibbons as Rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Parish of Ocean Beach (San Diego) on Sunday, April 22nd, at 4:30 p.m.  Please put the event on your MUST NOT MISS calendar; invite and encourage your congregation to join us; and be there for this wonderful event! Clergy: White Stoles (cassock and surplice)

San Diego Anglican's Night at the Padres

Plans have made plans for our annual trip to see major league baseball with members and friends of our sister San Diego churches. The day and time for this game is Friday, July 13 at 7:10PM. The Padres are playing the Chicago Cubs. Seating is similar to that of last year, in the lower part of the Upper Deck section 307 above home plate, with very good viewing of home plate.

Free Four-Week Lenten Series Entitled "March to Easter" Offered at Bethel Seminary in March.

"March to Easter" is a four-week Lenten journey through the Gospels on the Sunday evenings of March from 7.00 to 8.15 pm in room 101. Each week will focus on a different Gospel to explore Jesus' mission and his work on the cross. On Sunday, March 4, Dr. Mark Strauss' topic will be "A Ransom for Many: The Passion in Mark's Gospel." On Sunday. March 11, Dr. Jeannine Brown's topic will be "Jesus' Death in Matthew and Why It Matters." On Sunday, March 18, Dr. James Smith's topic will be "Jesus' Seven Let Words and Life Wholeness." And on Sunday, March 25 (Palm Sunday), Rev. Dr.

Climate Change Lecture Scheduled for Bethel Seminary


A conversation with Professor V. (Ram) Ramanathan, Ph.D.

FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2017 I 7-9 p.m.
Bethel Seminary San Diego Chapel
6116 Arosa St., San Diego

Christians recognize their responsibility to care for-and their right to use-God's creation.
Our stewardship of nature now requires a reliable assessment of the evidence for human­
induced climate change and its likely consequences. But perplexed Christians often ask:

When it comes to discerning the facts, who can we trust?