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Back to School for Refugee Families

By The Rev. Canon Nina Pickerrell

Saturday, July 28

Refugee families are often forced to leave everything behind when they flee their home countries. In the expensive Bay Area market, this means families with children are left struggling to provide their children with what...

Grace in the News: On the border

By Ellie Bozmarova

Friday, July 20

The Rev. Dr. Ellen Clark-King, our Executive Pastor and Canon for Social Justice, wrote an article for The Episcopal Café on her and the Rev. Mary Carter Greene’s experiences on the U.S.-Mexico border. “I saw...

Our Connection to World Refugee Day

By Nicole Stahl

Wednesday, June 20

Wednesday, June 20 is the U.N.-designated World Refugee Day, a time set aside to “commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees.” Members and friends of the cathedral’s Team Peg welcome group have...

There is No Justification in Scripture for Separating Families

As you may have read, Attorney General Jeff Sessions cited scripture yesterday in justifying separating migrant parents from their children at the border. Sessions cited Romans 13: “Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities...

Black Dignity and The Year of Truth

Some truths hit us hard. In this part of Grace Cathedral’s Year of Truth we’re focusing on the truth about others and, as part of that, I’m reading I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a...

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