Tuesday Mornings, 10:00-11:00 am WEEKLY SENIOR PRODUCE MARKET AT SAINT FRANCIS
Weekly Senior Produce Market at Saint Francis Church Center, Fair Oaks
Saint Francis Episcopal Church and Episcopal Senior Communities are proud to bring the first Senior Produce Market to the Fair Oaks, Citrus Heights, Orangevale, Carmichael, Rancho Cordova, Roseville, and Folsom area. We are open every Tuesday from 10:00-11:00 am and located in the Parish Hall of the Saint Francis Church Center.
At Saint Francis, our primary goal through the Senior Produce Market is to provide quality produce at low wholesale prices at the quantities you wish. We are grateful for the Tuesdays where we can interact with and support our neighbors.
We welcome all ages and encourage you to bring friends and family along. We allow orders for special produce!
Saint Francis Church Center
11430 Fair Oaks Blvd.
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Contact & Additional Information:
(916) 966-2261 or visit our website:
*We apologize for any inconvenience, but this is a cash only market.
ONGOING SPIRITUAL PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Our youth will be the adults of tomorrow. What kind of adult do you want your child to be?
ANNOUNCING SPIRITUAL PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (JUNIOR YOUTH AGES 11-15 & YOUTH OVER 15)
The Baha’i Faith in Roseville wishes to announce the availability of the Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Program and the accompanying training, the “Youth Animator Training.” These two programs are part of a global initiative, approved and sponsored by the Baha’i Faith at all levels. It is also an ongoing program, dates for the program are determined as each class sets its own date requirements.
Please click here for our Animator flyer and click on the following links for more details. Please note this new contact number: 916-771-2138.
AGES 11-15 – JUNIOR YOUTH SPIRITUAL EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM – Engaging the individual during the period of junior youth in programs that seek to enhance their spiritual and intellectual capacities will anticipate the changes that will occur and prepare them to participate positively in the elevation of their lives as individuals and in their communities.
AGES 15 TO 29 – YOUTH ANIMATOR TRAINING – This program is designed to direct adolescents and young adults towards service to humanity. It is hoped that they will become channels for the flow of the powers of the human spirit: the power of unity, of love, of humble service and of pure deeds.
Wednesday, August 16 AN INTERFAITH SACRAMENTO CLERGY HOMELESS SUMMIT
AN INTERFAITH SACRAMENTO CLERGY HOMELESS SUMMIT
Join long time Sacramento interfaith leaders, with city and county officials, regarding strategies for ending homelessness in Sacramento. Pastor Rick Cole, Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Bishop Jaime Soto, Mr. Ryan Loufbourrow, Bishop Jon Fish, Rabbi Mona Alfi, Rev. Brian Baker, Pastor Joy Johnson, Rev. Alan Jones (and others) — with city/county officials and housing agency experts — join in a discussion of the status of homelessness and how to fix it in Sacramento city and county. We will hear about the current situation and possible future strategies — and how faith groups can help end homelessness in the Sacramento area.
All faith leaders, their assistants and congregation social action committees are invited to be part of the conversation! Please join us.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 ~ see our flyer for details
9:00 am to 2:00 pm (Box Lunches courtesy of InterFaith Council)
Please RSVP by Aug 14 to email@example.com
Topics of exploration may include:
- Who are the homeless in Sacramento – families, veterans, single adults, youth, chronically homeless, disabled seniors?
- What is a Continuum of Care and what is its function?
- How does a Continuum of Care work with city and county housing agencies?
- What is the Housing First initiative?
- What are the obstacles to securing housing and services for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless?
- What are the possible funding sources for increasing housing and services?
- Is Housing First cost effective?
After lunch we will discuss possible solutions to homelessness and the housing crunch. We’ll aim at developing actions that congregations can take to solve this long-standing problem.
Bring your questions and suggestions! Together we can work to end homelessness in Sacramento!
Capital Christian Center
9470 Micron Ave, Sacramento, CA 95827
Thursday, August 17 7 STEPS TO AWAKENING
7 STEPS TO AWAKENING
BEAUTIFUL BLISSFUL INNER SELF
It’s the time now to touch true lasting happiness and real peace. Life seems to throw many obstacles our way, and is moving faster each day. Imagine being deeply rooted in peace and wisdom that nothing can agitate, irritate or frustrate you.
Through Raja Yoga and life’s different situations, learn how these become the journey for the true happiness that we seek.
Sister Hansa will take us step by step method to realize these gifts and how to experiment and experience them thru Meditation, Spiritual Breathing,
Visualization techniques .. will uplift your spirit with her joyful nature and Love.
See our flyer for more information.
Thursday, June 15
Thursday, July 13
Thursday, August 17
Yoga Shala Arden, Arden Plaza Shopping Center
4397 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA 95864
Sunday, August 20 MEDITATION FOR WORLD PEACE
Please see our flyer for details.
2017 MOON LECTURE SERIES
Moon Lecture Series at St. Mark’s UMC
The Bob and Dorrie Moon Lecture Series showcases contemporary insights from dynamic speakers and progressive Christian authors and community leaders.
Bob and Dorrie endowed this forum as a gift and challenge to the Sacramento community to think critically and act ethically on important issues of our time.
Chairman David Archambaut, II
September 15, 2017, 7:00 pm
Tribal Chairman of Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Global Leader for Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, Recently Named a “Leading Global Thinker of 2016” by Foreign Policy Magazine
Click here to see the entire Moon Lecture Series line-up and to purchase online tickets.
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church
2391 St. Marks Way, Sacramento, CA
Thursday, October 19 INTERFAITH NIGHT OF MUSIC AND THE SPOKEN WORD
6th Annual Interfaith Night of Music and the Spoken Word
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2017 – 7:00-8:30pm
Admission is Free!
Sponsored By Interfaith Council of Greater Sacramento
If you would like to participate in the musical portion will you please contact us at:
St. Ignatius Loyola Parish
3235 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95825
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