We have concluded our formal activities for the semester, but St. Mark’s is hosting a study hall for students during exam time through next Wednesday evening (May 9). Sunday 2-8 and M,T,W from 12-10. All you need is your Cal ID to have a quiet space with free coffee,tea,snacks, and wifi! 2300 Bancroft Way
Things are going fast around campus and finals will be here before you know it. So take a moment to Thursday evenings for candles and chant at 7 PM. Find a little peace in your week. Following around 7:45 we have dinner and our Harry Potter and the Sacred Text Discussion. This week’s we are looking at chapters 6&7 through the lens of courage. To learn more about this click here.
CALEPISCOPAL – WHO ARE WE?
Cal Episcopal is many things. We offer a spiritual home to students from, or interested in, the Episcopal and Anglican Tradition. We are also a center dedicated to serving as a bridge of critical inquiry between the academic life and the spiritual life. The idea of the university was born from the understanding that the human mind was a divine gift created for exploration and contemplation. We continue that tradition.
We also offer a place for spiritual growth. Many people associate Christianity with judgment and ignorance. The Episcopal Church is a welcoming place – regardless of gender or sexual identity, race, class – we try to be open.
Explore our page to learn more about our activities and where you might find a place. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Get in touch, help us make room for your own journey.
Go forth into the world in peace; be of good courage; hold fast that which is good; render to no one evil for evil; strengthen the fainthearted; support the weak; help the afflicted; honor everyone; love and serve the Lord, rejoicing in the power of the Holy Spirit.
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