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BY DONN MORGAN
President and Dean
WE LIVE IN A WORLD filled with
planning, with consultation, with forums and roundtables concerned with
the present and future of the church,
of the seminary, of society. At their
best all of these activities contain a lot
of good thinking and evaluating—
assessing not only the present and
envisioning the future, but studying
the past as a way of remembering
where we came from, what we said
we cared about, what we thought the
purposes of our church, our school,
and our country were. In this thinking and planning it is almost always
the case that things could be better.
“Change” is usually one of the
mantras heard in intense times of planning and thinking. Soon things will
need to be done differently. Soon we
must move from planning to action
as we respond to this call for change.
Surely CDSP, theological education, and all the Church are being
called to action. But we are hardly the
first! So also were the many communities of ancient Israel in the time following the exile of the kingdom of
Judah in the sixth century B.C.E. We
think of prophets like Ezekiel, who
Whatever we do in the future,
our action must have
good theological education
in the service of the church as its goal.
asked how a religious establishment
could be recreated from ruins in the
context of a new reality of political
dependence on a foreign power. Or
we think of those who were charged
to rewrite the story of David and
Solomon at a time when there was no
monarchy and no state to carry that
story. In both of these cases and in
many others, ancient Israel was seeking to recover its identity, to determine what its mission and its faithful
action would look like in light of radically new circumstances.
So, too, it is with CDSP and theological education. The church has always been at the heart of theological
education—and changes in physical
and human resources, in liturgy, in
theology, in ministry, in relationships
with society and state—all of these
call for a reassessment of what education can and should be for CDSP in
particular and the Church in general.
And this call to action involves far
more than CDSP and the Episcopal
Church in the West. It touches all the
Episcopal seminaries and all the educational institutions in the Church. It
involves the Graduate Theological
Union and all mainline churches.
Much time has been spent by CDSP
trustees, faculty and staff together with
the Episcopal seminaries, the GTU,
dioceses, and the national church
offices envisioning the future. The
recent newly revised CDSP Mission
Statement is a good example of activities with identity and mission at the
forefront of our seminary’s thoughts.
Finally, however, all of this must
be about action. In the case of CDSP
there are at least three lessons we can
and hopefully have learned in our
planning and thinking, learnings
which not surprisingly have parallels
and precedents in biblical times. First
and most important, whatever brilliant thoughts we possess about miscontinued on page 10
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CDSP Faculty
Featured at
Remain Episcopal
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B Y J A N PA R K I N
Donor Relations and Communications Officer
DAN JOSLYN-SIEMIATKOSKI at
Remain Episcopal
FACULTY FROM CDSP traveled to
Holy Family Episcopal Church, Fresno,
California, on June 23rd, as part of
Common Prayer, Uncommon People, The
Episcopal Church, a celebration of 400
years of American Episcopal History
and the broad and diverse tradition
of the Episcopal Church in the USA.
The Rev. Dr. J. Rebecca Lyman, Emerita Professor of Church History; the
Rev. Dr. Linda Clader, Academic Dean
and Professor of Homiletics, Dr. Dan
Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, Assistant Professor
of Church History; the Rev. Dr. David
Gortner, Assistant Professor of Pastoral
Theology and Director of CDSP’s Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership; and the Rev. Dr. Sylvia Sweeney,
Bogard Teaching Fellow, joined 90
members from all parts of the Diocese
of San Joaquin for a Celebration of
Holy Eucharist using the 1604 edition
of the Book of Common Prayer, the
edition used at the Jamestown,
Virginia, settlement. The Eucharist
was followed by discussions centered
around Church history and unity.
This event was sponsored by Remain Episcopal, a network of Episcopalians from the Diocese of San
Joaquin who don’t want to leave the
Episcopal Church but who live in a
dissenting diocese. Representatives
from the Episcopal Dioceses of Pittsburgh, Fort Worth, and Dallas were
also in attendance.
Linda Clader preached at the
opening Eucharist, quoting from the
16th century Book of Homilies, a standard collection of officially-sanctioned
homilies read to congregations by the
largely uneducated clergy of the time.
Choosing an excerpt from ‘Against
Contention and Brawling,’ she quoted,
“If one member be pulled from another, where is the body? If the body be
drawn from the head, where is the
life of the body? We cannot be joined
to Christ our head, except we be
glued with concord and charity one
to another.” Clader spoke about contention and disagreement in the early
Church. “When there were still people walking the streets who had
known Jesus face to face, the Christian
community was arguing. They argued
over who could share a meal. They
argued over whose party represented
the “real” church. They argued over
whether you were really a Christian if
you didn’t exhibit certain spiritual
gifts… Jesus prayed “that they may be
one, as we are one… The Word was
with God, and the Word was God.”
The ancient theologians who studied
these very verses talked about Jesus’
oneness with the Father in terms of
movement—a kind of dance among
the Father, the Son, and the Holy
Spirit… It’s just possible that this is
what Christian unity looks like. A
body, as St. Paul said, with many
parts, a dance with many dancers, a
song with many voices.”
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If the only prayer
you said in your whole life was,
“THANK YOU,”
that would suffice.
~ MEISTER ECKHART
Preserving Tradition —
Building the Future
B Y J E R RY C A M P B E L L
Vice President for Advancement
Six years ago, when the Board of
Trustees decided to embark on a capital campaign, they knew that it would
be a long and arduous climb for
CDSP. They knew that the dizzying
heights of success could not be
reached without the assistance of
friends and colleagues, many of
whom didn’t yet know that the journey had begun. They filled the intervening period with stories, invitations,
prayers, requests, struggles, and celebration. Now, as the 2007-2008 academic year begins, this particular
journey comes to a triumphant end.
We have scaled the $21,000,000 peak;
the CDSP banner waves proudly from
the top.
The Trustees were correct: it was
a mountain that needed to be climbed,
and they couldn’t do it alone. The fact
that we stand on the mountaintop to-
CDSP is a stronger and healthier institution,
with a
brighter future,
thanks to your financial support.
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day is the direct result of many, many
people, like you, whose faith, hope,
and commitment lead them to acts of
significant generosity. Thank you!
Because of the Preserving Tradition — Building the Future Capital
Campaign, we have completely renovated Easton Hall, remodeled Gibbs
Hall, and significantly expanded the
endowment resources of CDSP for
instruction and student scholarships.
CDSP is a stronger and healthier institution, with a brighter future, thanks
to your financial support.
As is often the case with journeys
of this kind, it is hard to tell whether
this is really an end, or simply another beginning. From this height, we
can see the size and shape of the
next peak on the horizon, and it is
tempting to march right on and stake
our flag on that mountain as well! But
we recognize that all of the good people on this particular journey need a
rest—a little time on the mountaintop
to rejoice, reflect, and be renewed.
Besides, there is still one vital
piece of work to be done in this campaign: thanking everyone who worked,
traveled, called, asked, met, discussed,
worried, prayed, and gave. For all your
efforts, for all your compassion, for all
your generosity, for all your faithfulness, and for the love of God that
made it all possible, we offer this
closing prayer. Thank you.
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Preserving
Tradition
Building the
Future
THANK YOU
to all of our donors
who have helped us reach our goals for the
Preserving Tradition—Building the Future
Capital Campaign.
BECAUSE OF YOU,
we have renewed our campus facilities,
raised endowment funds for four faculty chairs,
created an endowment
for the Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership,
and increased our resources for scholarships and GTU support.
The Rt. Rev. Frank Tracy Griswold
Inspires Graduates at CDSP
Commencement
BY JOYCE HUYETT TURNER
COMMENCEMENT PREACHER, the Rt. Rev. Frank Tracy
Griswold, former Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church,
cautioned the 2007 graduating class to avoid being what one
Benedictine abbot called, “‘technicians of the sacred,’ skilled in
the management and manipulation of the things of ministry.”
Instead, he advocated, “transforming our hearts of stone into
hearts of compassion.” Quoting a seventh century ascetic, St.
Isaac of Syria, Griswold encouraged graduates to develop “a
heart that burns with love for the whole of creation.”
“We were pleased and honored to have Frank Griswold
preach at our commencement this year,” said Donn F. Morgan,
President and Dean. “He inspires us all with his wisdom, discernment, and compassion.”
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CLASS OF 2007
The recipient of an honorary
Doctor of Divinity degree, Bishop
Frank Griswold was among four distinguished individuals who were
awarded honorary degrees. Doctor of
Divinity degrees were also conferred
upon The Rt. Rev. William Edwin
Swing, former Bishop of California;
and The Rev. Dr. Winfred Bagao Vergara, Director of Ethnic Congregational Development and National
Asian American Missioner, The Episcopal Church Center. The degree of
Doctor of Humane Letters was
awarded to Canon Holly McAlpen,
Missioner, Episcopal Diocese of
California.
Elected the twenty-fifth Presiding
Bishop of the Episcopal Church at
the 1977 General Convention, Bishop
Griswold served as Primate of the
Episcopal Church from 1997 to 2006.
During a tumultuous time in the
Church, Griswold was steadfast in his
commitment to reconciliation. While
many were clamoring for simplistic
answers, he recognized the complexity of core issues, emphasizing that
Christians must listen to each other
with charity and grace. A graduate of
Harvard and Oxford, Griswold spent
20 years in parish ministry prior to his
election as Bishop of the Diocese of
Honorary Degree Recipients CANON HOLLY MCALPEN, THE RT. REV. WILLIAM E. SWING,
THE RT. REV. FRANK TRACY GRISWOLD, THE REV. WINFRED VERGARA
Chicago, where he served with distinction for ten years.
Holly McAlpen served on the
staff of the Diocese of California from
1985 until this year. She co-founded
the National Episcopal AIDS Coalition
and served as President. McAlpen
became Canon Missioner of the Diocese of California in 1999, providing
leadership to 22 mission congregations and specialized ministries. She
was instrumental in designing national church initiatives including Start
Up/Start Over, Upward Bound, and
CREDO. In November 2006, McAlpen
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was appointed Ethnic and Multicultural Missioner for the Diocese of
California. She has served as a
deputy or alternative delegate to
General Convention since 1991, and
was Chair of the Presentation Section
and Chaplain to the Committee at the
2006 General Convention. McAlpen
is currently Chair of the Funding Section of Program, Budget, and Finance.
She was graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College and received a Master
of Social Work degree from San Jose
State University.
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William Edwin Swing served as
the seventh bishop of the Diocese of
California, from 1979 to 2006. His
ministry has been marked by advocacy for people on the margins of
society, and by his work promoting
interfaith cooperation. He served for
20 years on the board of the
American Foundation for AIDS
Research (amfAR) and chaired the
Standing Committee on Health.
Bishop Swing also created the United
Religions Initiative (URI), a nonprofit
organization bringing together people of diverse faiths from all sectors
of society in cooperation for peace
and justice for all. Currently, URI has
interfaith projects in more than 65
countries.
In the Diocese of California,
Bishop Swing vastly expanded Episcopal Charities, a network of social
service partner agencies that has
grown to serve more than 40,000 disadvantaged people each year.
Winfred Bagao Vergara is Director
of Ethnic Congregational Development for the Episcopal Church. In
2004, he was recognized as National
Missioner for Asiamerica Ministries.
Author of six books, Vergara has
written extensively on issues of mission and ministry, celebrating diversity while affirming the importance of
both tradition and context. A native
of the Philippines, where he was
ordained a priest in the Philippine
Independent Church, he holds degrees from Trinity College and St.
Andrew’s Seminary in Manila, and a
Master’s degree from the University
of the Philippines. He received a
Doctorate in Ministry from San Francisco Theological Seminary. Vergara
served as a parish priest in three
countries, and was founding Vicar of
Holy Child Episcopal Church, in San
Jose, California. He has been actively
involved in theological education,
collaborating regularly with CDSP’s
Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL).
CDSP Awards Prizes
to Outstanding
Seminary Students
BY JOYCE HUYETT TURNER
NANCY KERR, DENI HARDING, BERTITA GRAEBNER, MICHAEL GRAEBNER,
PHIL FACKLER, SHELLEY DENNEY
DURING PRE-COMMENCEMENT
and commencement activities,
CDSP awarded prizes to deserving
students from the 2007 graduating
class. The Fran Toy Prize in Multicultural Ministry was awarded to
Michael E. Reid, M.Div., from the
Diocese of El Camino Real, for
his exceptional field education
work in a multicultural setting.
Winners of the Millard Prize
for Excellence in Preaching were
Kathryn Ann Hopner, M.Div., and
Michael William Kerrick, M.Div.,
both of the Diocese of Northern
California.
Recipients of the Trabert
and Graebner Scholars’ Resource
Award for excellence in Greek and
Hebrew studies were: Deni Harding, from the Diocese of Northern
California, and Nancy Kerr, from
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the Diocese of Utah, both winners
of the Hebrew award; Shelley
Denney from the Diocese of El
Camino Real, and Philip Fackler,
from the Diocese of Chicago, both
winners of the Greek award. The
Award was established by Michael
and Bertita Graebner, in memory
of their fathers, L. Vernon Trabert
and Martin L. Graebner, to recognize outstanding seminary students for theological studies in
the Greek and Hebrew languages
at CDSP.
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Entering class
profile
B Y K AT H L E E N C R I S P
Director of Admissions and Recruitment
PERRY POLK
HEIDI EDSON
IT’S ALWAYS A PRIVILEGE for me to
share the lives and stories of any
entering class, and this year is no
exception. Whether it’s pastoral care,
biblical interpretation or other forms
of spiritual leadership, our new students are dedicated to taking action
to meet specific needs.
As always, our new students come
from a wide range of backgrounds
and locations. This year’s class, with
an average age of 41, includes a
Christian formation director, a ballet
teacher, two scientists, an attorney, a
few office administrators, and a former
Washington Post editor. Most students
are preparing for ordained ministry;
others are pursuing educational goals
and personal fulfillment.
Dina Ferguson, a
Certificate of Anglican
Studies (C.A.S.) student
from the Diocese of
Los Angeles, is committed to helping people recapture the oral
tradition of scripture. She worked
DAVID PENA
KATHRYN MACEK
with a group of storytellers at St.
Cross, Hermosa Beach, for the last
two years telling the Gospel regularly
in Sunday worship. Additionally, she
just completed a workshop series with
a group of new storytellers from local
parishes, Africa and Central America.
Lay ministry training needs were
met by Perry Polk, a third-year Master
of Divinity (M.Div.) transfer student
from the Pacific School of Religion in
Berkeley. He coordinated training for
lay people, preparing them to assume
responsibility as unpaid lay pastors in
small United Methodist churches.
Perry attends Grace Episcopal Church
in Fairfield, CA.
Before coming to CDSP, Heidi
Edson, an M.Div. student from the
Diocese of Hawaii, was involved in
Servant Ministry, which is similar to
Stephen Ministry in its execution.
Heidi and others exercised compassionate care and active listening to
meet the needs of their congregation
(Christ Church, Kealakekua). Heidi
saw direct connections between her
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actions and her new life at CDSP.
“Perhaps, in principle, we could practice active listening and care for each
other as new students,” she said.
Pastoral action for a very specific
need—suicide first-aid training—was a
very recent experience for David Pena,
an Air Force chaplain from East Tennessee and incoming C.A.S. student.
He underwent intensive suicide firstaid training as part of his chaplaincy
ministry. As a result, participants indicated that they felt more confident,
comfortable, and competent if faced
with suicide in the workplace and at
home. “The spiritual nature of suicide
—questions of freedom and destiny,
of authenticity and finitude, of Creator and created, of struggle and resignation—draws me to the community
of CDSP. I look forward to the discovery we will share together,” he said.
For Kathryn Macek, an incoming
M.Div. student from the Diocese of
Los Angeles, an awareness of pastoral care (and lack thereof) met significant needs in a nursing home.
“The time I spent with my mother last
summer and early fall, in the months
before she died, has taught me the
importance of ‘being present’, which
will be important for my C.P.E. and
Field Education experiences in particular,” she said.
Her mother’s basic care needs
were being met by staff, but at minimum levels. While Kathryn understood that nursing staff have stressful
jobs, she also thought that the quality
of life of both staff and patient would
be deeply enriched if they’d spent
more time with each other. “I thought,
as I helped my mother,” she said,
“that being present to another is the
best gift you can give them. Of course,
I knew that already, in my head, but
seeing the way patients were treated
in the nursing home brought that
knowledge into my heart and soul. I
will carry it with me as I travel the
path to ordination.”
Please join me in wishing all of
our new students the best as they
take action at CDSP!
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Student Voices
A CDSP Student Studies in the UK
B Y LY N N E S H A R P
CDSP GAVE ME the amazing opportunity to study abroad for a year as
part of my Master of Divinity degree
program. This exchange program has
existed for many years, during which
students have gone to Ripon College
Cuddesdon, UK (RCC), and others
have come to CDSP for a semester,
term, or year of study in another culture. RCC is unique in that it has faculty and students from a wide range
of expressions of the Church of England. The college has about 55 students and is situated in a lovely little
village six miles outside the city of
Oxford. During the academic year I
had the opportunity to preach at
Exeter College, for Thanksgiving, and
at a hospital for the criminally insane
in Liverpool. I had the opportunity to
take a themed study week at a hospice
in Stoke-on-Trent (home of Wedgewood), and a week on death, dying
and bereavement, including a behindthe-scenes tour of a ‘crem’. Aside
from the incredible friendships, the
astonishing walks on the footpaths
and moors, and opportunities to
learn about another branch of the
Anglican Communion, I was given the
tools and encouragement to deepen
my faith and mature into my ministry.
I can say that I came back a changed
person, and transformed in a way
that could not have happened here at
CDSP. Despite the apparent similarities between our language, culture,
and faith tradition, I came to appreciate the subtle and not so subtle differences, which gives me a greater
appreciation for the situations we currently face in the Anglican Communion. Thank you, CDSP, for another
once-in-a-lifetime academic year!
Lynne Sharp is a Sister in the Community
of St. Francis and a Third-Year Master of
Divinity student at CDSP.
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sion, about reorganization, about new
program and new partnerships, however deftly we have expressed all of
this in a new Mission Statement—this
is not finally about our mission. Nor
are we capable of understanding and
implementing that mission without
God’s help. Surely ancient Israel came
to know this and witness to this.
Think, for example, of the mission of
Ezra to the fragmented and divided
communities of Israel. At the beginning of that story we read: “the LORD
stirred up the spirit of Cyrus so that
he sent a herald.” The changing of a
political climate, the enabling of leadership to harness the winds of
change in effective ways, all of this is
attributed to more than our ability
and hard work. Indeed, our ability to
act is itself the result of a graceful
action on the part of God. And the
more people involved in planning
and thinking about the future, the
clearer it becomes that all this diversity of opinion witnesses to the fact
that we are not in control, that our
feebly expressed and hoped-for goals
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are not the final ones. We are being
called to think, plan, and finally to act
by and for the sake of the One who
gave us, and will continue to give us,
all we have.
A second lesson grounded in the
Bible is that effective and faithful
action must contain advocacy. If we
are to do new things and effect
change, then we must from time to
time immerse ourselves in social and
political processes. Surely both Ezra
and Nehemiah were keenly aware of
this. They knew where power was
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The keynote speaker, Rebecca
Lyman, chose as her topic, Beyond
Colonialism: The Future of the Anglican
Past in the United States, focusing on
putting the current crisis of the Anglican Communion into a historical
context. Lyman emphasized that the
theological plurality of the Anglican
tradition had been contained by the
political establishment of the Church
of England, but the American church
in our pluralistic society had always
struggled to hold the historical plurality of tradition together in the face
of an increasingly fragmented future
and society. She stated, “We have to
live into a new future of theological
diversity and global catholicity which
has no model for uniting such a
breadth of Christian belief and culture—a new Reformation.”
Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski led a
discussion concerning Scripture in
the Anglican tradition. According to
Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, “Anglicans have
always interpreted Scripture according to the context in which it was
written and the context in which the
church finds itself. There is a primacy
of scripture, but that primacy operates
within that contextual hermeneutic.”
He commented, “There is, within the
Diocese of San Joaquin, a strong
desire for people to remain in ECUSA
despite all the uncertainty. Although
there is a sense of loss, grief, and
fear, there is also a yearning for connection with other dioceses.”
Evangelism was the topic of the
discussion led by David Gortner. He
explained his view that evangelism is
tions, stating that there had “never
been a time in the church where
everyone everywhere was praying the
same words in the same way at the
same time. We have always had to
accommodate the culture, the society,
and the world view of the people who
are worshipping.”
“We cannot be joined to Christ our head,
except we be glued with
concord and charity,
one to another.”
the act of sharing our gratitude
toward God for the fact that God is
having a love affair with us, and gives
us so many good things. This method
of evangelism dwells on sharing with
others details about our gratitude,
rather than preaching the usual theological arguments.
The fourth discussion centered
on the history of the Book of Common
Prayer. Sylvia Sweeney led participants through its many manifesta-
Nancy Key, Remain Episcopal cofounder found the event enlightening.
“The hands-on historical background
and the new perspective on Evangelism gave us food for thought,” she
stated. “The laity of the Diocese of San
Joaquin received a connection to the
Episcopal Church not normally available to us. What we learned fostered
a sense of pride in our Church.”
posed was not congruent with a
communal interpretation of these
authoritative writings, it was to be
rejected. So, too, it is with CDSP.
Whatever we do in the future, our
action must have good theological
education in the service of the church
as its goal. This goal continues to be
at the heart of our mission and identity. If our thinking and planning and
action don’t lead to good theological
education, then we need to stop and
go back to the drawing board. Of
course, not everyone agreed with Ezra
and his interpretation of Torah. And
not everyone will agree with what
CDSP or the GTU or the Episcopal
seminaries or the Episcopal Church
think good theological education is.
But the call to faithful action, politically informed, steeped in the identity
and mission of theological education,
and always acknowledging whose
mission this finally is, continues.
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located and also knew that walls
couldn’t be rebuilt and communities
of faith restored without the help of
their non-Israelite rulers. Ezra and
Nehemiah both worked with foreign
powers to convince them that action
taken to help restore Israel was also
in their best interest.
Finally, effective action must be
focused on the identity and mission
of the school. All of Ezra’s community
formation programs were related to
his desire to study and teach the
scriptures. If, then, anything he pro-
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CALL
news
Center for Anglican
Learning and Leadership
B Y D AV I D T. G O R T N E R
Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology
Director, Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership
MISSION IS MORE and more in the
minds and hearts of all those involved
with CALL. It has become a growing
passion since my journey with an Episcopal delegation in 2006 to mainland
China and its principle seminaries,
and throughout my time writing a
forthcoming book on evangelism.
I am struck again and again by
how mission is a grassroots phenomenon that emerges from real passion
In China, Christianity continues to
grow and blossom, with and without
institutional support. In the Episcopal
Church, some congregations and ministries take root and flourish in the
most unlikely of soil.
CALL is attempting to support
and strengthen passionate, committed
discipleship. We seek to build connections and create communities of
mutual learning, for the sake of living
“…mission is a grassroots phenomenon
that emerges from
real passion
and dedication demonstrated in
real relationships.”
and dedication demonstrated in real
relationships. The Church doesn’t beget mission: God’s mission, embraced
by individuals and small groups of
disciples, begets the Church.
I am also struck by the “Why not?”
approach of mission and evangelism
in so many seemingly unlikely places.
out the Gospel. We seek to build relationships in our society, for the sake
of the common good. We seek to help
Christians know, love, and claim their
faith at their own grassroots levels
and learn how to address the challenges facing their own communities.
Building connections: This
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October, CDSP hosts its first AsiaAmerica Theological Exchange Forum.
Through CALL, in cooperation with
the Church Center’s Office of AsianAmerican Ministries and the Office of
Anglican Global Relations, we are
bringing together church leaders and
scholars from Japan, Korea, mainland
China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, to
join in conversation with one another and with Asian-American scholars
on our theme, “Church as Agent of
Reconciliation?”. Exploring themes of
national, ethnic, religious, historical,
economic, and ecological reconciliation, we will enter into deeper fellowship and collaborative relationships with one another, and we will
find our understandings of the Gospel
transformed.
This September begins the fifth
year of the Academia Teológica Latina,
CDSP’s pilot theological training program for Spanish-speaking lay leaders (in partnership with the Diocese
of California). We have significantly redesigned the program this year, moving from a classroom-only format to a
classroom-and-congregation model
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CALL Class
Helps Parishes
Take Action
B Y J A N PA R K I N
Donor Relations and Communications Officer
THIS SUMMER, CDSP’s Center for
Anglican Learning & Leadership
(CALL) joined Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, a member of the
Graduate Theological Union, in offering summer session courses on the
CDSP campus. The venture was a resounding success, and allowed them
to share faculty and strengthen the
bonds between the Episcopal and
Lutheran churches, which have been
in full communion since 2000.
One class, Community Organizing
and Congregations, taught by Don Stahlhut, National Consultant, PICO (People Improving Communities through
Organizing) National Network, focused
on how faith-based community organizing could have a positive impact on
the life of entire congregations. PICO’s
website, (www.piconetwork.org) describes their network’s focus: “Community organizing is a systematic approach
to addressing the root causes of social
problems. It is a process by which
people investigate and act together to
change their communities and society.”
Class participants included teams
from Episcopal and Lutheran churches in the Bay Area. Crossings editor,
Jan Parkin, interviewed two participants about their experience: Heather
Payton, an M.Div./M.A. student from
the diocese of Colorado, and The
Rev. Amber Sturgess ’05, interim vicar
at St. George’s Episcopal Church,
Antioch, CA.
Jan: Why take a course in community
organizing?
Heather: A course in community organizing can help us discover how
congregations can return to the early
Episcopal Church model of being
caretakers within our communities.
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CALL NEWS continued from page 12
of education. Students and their sponsoring priests work together between
monthly class sessions to focus on
strengthening congregational vitality
through education, ministry opportunities, and leadership training.
Building relations: CALL’s Epiphany West program this year is just
one example of the ways in which
we are fostering new relationships –
across faiths, across Christian denominations, and across social, ethnic, and
economic contexts. Epiphany West
2008, Sacred text as window: seeing one’s
self through the eyes of another, takes
interfaith dialogue to a new level by
having us not only read one another’s sacred texts, but hear our own
sacred texts interpreted back to us
from those who are outside our own
tradition. We hope that people will
indeed find this use of sacred text
opening windows through which
they can see and learn from one
another. Epiphany West 2009 will
take an intensely inter-Christian focus,
examining how well we are living
out our shared baptismal ecclesiology.
These two conferences, co-sponsored
by other GTU organizations and by
the Church Center’s Office of Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, are
examples of how CALL seeks to bring
together many communities for the
sake of the common good.
Strengthening Disciples: CALL’s
online, summer, and intersession programs continue to develop, with all
courses focused on helping Christians
learn, deepen their faith, and streng-
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then their leadership for mission. Of
course, we have people from all over
the country taking courses on an
individual basis. We also work in
partnership with dioceses that want
focused adult education and leadership development. This year marks
our first pilot effort at working directly with individual congregations.
Teams of congregation members can
take courses together or individually
and gain knowledge and insights to
lead adult education sessions and
assist in parish ministry programs.
At CALL, we keep “Why not?” as
our first question. And we look for
ways to ignite and fan the flames of
passionate discipleship. Who knows
where God’s mission will lead, or
what it will beget?
Summer/Fall 2007
CALL CLASS continued from page 13
“Learning about PICO
and their process for
community organizing
will help me mobilize parishes toward
action in their communities.”
HEATHER PAYTON
With PICO training, you have a
model to follow to engage your community. For example, how can a
parish community speak to their
neighborhood when parishioners
may not live in that community?
Once you realize that there is suffering, you can’t ignore it, even if it’s not
in your neighborhood. City churches
can use this model and as well as
parishes located in the suburbs.
Amber: I attended the classes along
with my parish’s Bishop’s
Warden, and
Senior Warden.
We all felt that
it was time for
our parish to
do some leadership training,
and the PICO
method was something that we felt
would engage the entire parish.
Jan: What are the strengths of the
PICO program?
Heather: It offers a process for discernment, and follows with a plan for
action. The program begins with interviews in one-to-one conversations,
and goes on to gather concerned
parties and helps them determine
their greatest concern in the community. Groups research possible solutions for that concern and set problem-solving goals. Together, the group
determines options for a solution, and
then invites a local authority to attend
a meeting where the group can ask
for action.
Amber: What we appreciated most
was the structure for gathering information in your community that will
bring enough people together to work
on a project in a unified way.
You’ll have a cohesive group from
your church focused on one issue,
rather than the usual four or five people doing all the work. This approach
helps parishes and communities to
work at the roots of problems rather
than only touching the surface. It
enables making systematic changes
rather than using a band-aid approach
toward solving community issues. The
process encourages groups to connect with local authorities through
networking, so that there is a personal
connection with persons in government who can effect change. It makes
it easier for groups to gather the energy to focus on a single issue, rather
than splintering on many projects.
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Jan: How will your class experience
with the PICO model affect your
future ministry?
Heather: I am pursuing an M.Div./
M.A. in Congregational Development
here at CDSP, and am active in the
Emerging Church movement. Heather
will be among those leading an online class through CALL, beginning in
February: Liturgy and the Emerging
Church: What, Who, How, and Why?.
Learning about PICO and their process for community organizing will
help me mobilize parishes toward
action in their communities. It offers an
ecumenical approach that is especially
important in today’s cultural contexts.
Amber: One of the church teams in
the class came from a Lutheran church
in Antioch. In fact, our two churches
are located about a mile across the
highway from each other! The Episcopal and Lutheran congregations in
Antioch hadn’t been in contact with
each other for some time before
attending this class. As a result of our
class experiences, our two congregations have decided to collaborate
both for community action and for
fellowship and spiritual growth and
for living into full communion.
Summer/Fall 2007
Epiphany West
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Center for Islamic Studies, Graduate Theological Union
The Episcopal Church Office of Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations
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Towards a Judeo-Muslim
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Faculty News
BY JENNY BROUGHTON
Administrative Assistant to the Faculty
THE CDSP FACULTY began our year,
as we have for the last 6 or 7, with a
three-day retreat at the Bishop’s
Ranch outside of Healdsburg, California. We discussed assessment of
our worship program, review of the
“new” M.Div. curriculum, and staffing
for the courses in New Testament.
We spent time on the first afternoon
singing together (under the direction
of George Emblom) hymns that we’d
chosen to share with our colleagues.
We benefited, also, from the presence
of the Grace Cathedral Boys Choir,
who led us in Evensong for two
nights, and although we loved the
hospitality and great food at the
Ranch, we decided to barbecue our
own planked salmon and grilled vegetables for one meal. It was a great
time of sharing, re-grouping after
summer, and discussing sometimes
difficult aspects of seminary life in a
relaxed setting.
In July, Professor of Homiletics Linda
Clader preached at the opening
Eucharist at the conference of the
Association of Lutheran Church Musicians in Houston, Texas. She reports
that, though the weather was misera-
ble, singing with a group of such dedicated and skilled musicians was a joy.
George Emblom performed a recital
this spring at St. Mary’s, Virgin Gorda,
and this July traveled to Hong Kong
to give the opening lecture of the
Inauguration of the Archbishop Peter
Kwong Lectureship Series, a masterclass in Choral Conducting, and play for
services at All Saints’
Church. In the middle of July, he led
the St. Mark’s Choir,
Berkeley, in their
second tour to England, singing during a week’s residency at Lincoln
Cathedral and two services in Durham
Cathedral, where he had the opportunity to have lunch with John Kater
who was teaching there! At the end
of the tour, George made a pilgrimage to Rosslyn Chapel and the isle of
Iona.
This summer, Nancy Eswein traveled
to Brazil, eager to engage in the outdoors and the abundance of interesting cultural experiences. While in the
coastal city of Salvador, she was able
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to attend a Candomble liturgy which was
a thrilling mix of
African and Christian
symbols, rituals, music and dance. Nancy
continued into the
heart of the Amazon rainforest in
search of monkeys, sloths, anteaters
and birds. All were found in abundance, along with bats, insects,
caiman, and a host of indigenous
Amazon people who were generous
in both time and spirit. The overwhelming power and vulnerability of
this immense rainforest increased
her commitment to the conservation
of God’s precious creation.
Nancy has taken that commitment to heart, working this semester
with Marion Grau, Jan Wood, and a
host of others in an effort to foster a
“greener” CDSP campus through small
projects that encourage global ideas.
Read their blog at http://www.greeningcdsp.blogspot.com/.
Nancy continues to work with the
Seminary Consultation on Mission,
The Anglican Theological Review, and
The Diocese of California Clergy-inTraining program.
Summer/Fall 2007
Throughout the summer, David
Gortner directed the joint CDSP/
PLTS Summer Session while finishing
up his book on evangelism. David
participated with colleagues in leading a day-long Remain Episcopal
conference in Fresno, CA. He completed initial training in community
organizing and attended the
American Psychological Association
conference. He led a vestry retreat
with his wife, Heather VanDeventer,
for St. Clement’s, in Woodlake, CA.
And in spite of all that work, he was
able to vacation with his family in
Seattle, WA and Coeur d’Alene, ID.
of San Joaquin at Holy Family Episcopal Church in Fresno, CA where he
spoke on Scripture in the Anglican
tradition. In June, Dan participated in
a week-long workshop for pre-tenure
faculty as a fellow of the Wabash (IN)
Center for Teaching and Learning in
Theology and Religion. Dan also spent
a lot of quality time with his infant
son, Greg, throughout the summer.
In June, Lizette Larson-Miller gave
a daylong in-service on Christian dying
and death for case managers working
through Conard House in San Francisco. In July she participated in the
in July, returning to the parish where
she lived on sabbatical in 2006, as
well as filling in at several parishes in
California in August and September.
Two of her articles were published
this summer, the first in the ecumenical liturgy journal Liturgy 22:3 on
“Healed to Life:” The Historical Development of Anointing of the Sick at
the Heart of the Church’s Healing
Ministry” and in San Francisco Medicine: Journal of the San Francisco Medical Society 80:4, “A Partnership in
Healing: A Christian Perspective on
the Relationship between Medicine
and Religion.”
Sue Singer spent
most of the summer
completing her doctoral dissertation, in
preparation for defending it later this
fall. She gave a
workshop on adult education at the
Diocese of California’s resource day
on August 25th, and did a workshop
on Home Churching at St Thomas’
Sunnyvale in early September. Sue
also traveled to England to see her
family.
After an amazing trip to the German
Church Days (DEKT) in Cologne,
Marion Grau traveled to Spokane to
teach a summer session version of
Constructive Theology for the Diocese
of Spokane (see photo) Research undertaken during the summer includes
preparation for presentations at the
American Academy of Religion/
Society of Biblical Literature meeting
in San Diego this fall, and continued
work on her next book project.
This summer, Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski continued working on his
forthcoming book, The Jewish Law in
Christian Traditions of the Maccabean
Martyrs. Dan also took part in a
Remain Episcopal event in the Diocese
International Anglican Liturgical Consultation in Palermo, Sicily, where the
focus was on drafting reflections on
funeral liturgies for member churches
of the Anglican Communion. Immediately following IALC, Lizette helped
run the international ecumenical
liturgical gathering Societas Liturgica,
in her capacity as an elected board
member. The theme of the ecumenical gathering this year was “Liturgy
and the Public Square,” a topic wellsuited to its location in Palermo for
both architectural and cultural connections. She also preached at the
congress Eucharist on the Feast of St.
Laurance in August. In addition,
Lizette presided for two Sundays at
St. Mary’s Parish in Battersea (London)
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Louis Weil’s summer was divided in
half: the first half was spent at home
in Berkeley working on a number of
projects, the second half was spent
traveling and lecturing abroad on an
extended trip to Europe. In July, Louis
was on holiday, replacing the time
lost to illness at the beginning of his
sabbatical last fall. His first week was
in London, seeing friends and taking
part in a planning session for the
international conference which Inclusive Church will sponsor next November, ‘Drenched in Grace,’ at which
Louis will give one of the major
addresses. Next he spent a week in
Paris (where he earned his doctorate
many years ago). It was pure holiday
and pure delight. He then went on to
Prague for a week where he was a
guest of Professor David Holeton, a
distinguished Anglican liturgical scholar and a former student. From Prague,
Summer/Fall 2007
Louis and David flew to Palermo, first
to take part in the International
Anglican Liturgical Consultation, at
which a week was spent looking at
the funeral rites of our tradition. Also
at that meeting were two priests from
Australia who did advanced studies
with Louis here in Berkeley, Elizabeth
Smith (Ph.D. ’95) and Ron Dowling
(D.Min. ’04). These meetings are
always a great time for the reunion of
friends.
That week was followed by a
second week for the meeting of
Societas Liturgica, the international
ecumenical liturgical society. The
subject of the congress was “Liturgy
in the Public Arena,” and throughout
Coming in November!
the week there were a great array of
presentations. Another CDSP alumnus, the Rev. Dr. Ryan Lesh (M.Div.
’06) participated in that meeting, and
he and Louis offered a joint presentation on work which they have been
doing during the past few years on
the rites of Veneration in the Good
Friday liturgy.
This long trip concluded with a
week in Rome which permitted Louis
to renew contact with several Roman
Catholic friends, including the Reverend Don Bolen, who chairs the
Anglican desk at the Secretariat of
Unity in the Vatican. Not surprisingly,
much of their conversation centered
on the current tensions within the
Anglican Communion. Fr. Bolen
voiced the feeling from the ecumenical perspective that it is imperative for
a way to be found for the Anglican
Communion not to break into fragments, and that dialogue between
the two traditions would continue.
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Fighting with the Bible:
Why Scripture Divides Us and
How It Can Bring Us Together
BY DONN MORGAN
President and Dean,
Professor of Old Testament
Church Divinity School of the Pacific
In times of conflict the Bible is
often used as a club to beat up on
everyone who has a different opinion from our own. The Bible is a
powerful weapon—representing not only tradition,
stability, and identity, but also many diverse and conflicting points
of view. It is like a house filled with many rooms, or a library full
of books that speak to all sides of every question. The authors are
far apart not only in time, but locale, language, culture, and purpose.
Simply put, the Bible is filled with sound and fury—just like the
world that looks to it for answers. It is also a powerful resource
for understanding and moving beyond conflict, just as many different voices are bound together into one. How can we do justice to
this welter of disparate voices? What can it teach us about living
together? How can we make a house a home?
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“Prof. Morgan offers an image of living
with difference—“the pulse of a community that embraces biblical diversity
through dialogue.” That heartbeat,
alternating between contraction and
release, is a sign of both the irresolvable, intrinsic tension of scripture and
the living presence of God in community.
Here is an invitation to hear and live
faithfully with the heartbeat of God.”
The Rt. Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
“In times of joy and sorrow, in times of
seeking and being, the people of God
turn to scripture to make meaning of
our human lives.” Donn Morgan’s book
washes the “scales from our eyes” with
scriptural insights for our times.
“Fighting with the Bible” is a “must
read” for all laity, vestries, book groups
and individuals who take their
Baptismal Covenant seriously. Clergy
should read it too…”
Bonnie Anderson
President, House of Deputies
Summer/Fall 2007
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BELLE MICKELSON ’07 with Arctic Village
Music Students
Ordinations
Lucas Mix ’07 to the diaconate on June
30, 2007 in the Diocese of Olympia.
Jason Alexander ’07 to the priesthood on June 2, 2007 at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, CA.
Jaime Sanders ’07 to the diaconate
on June 30, 2007 at Trinity Cathedral,
Portland, OR. She is serving at All
Saints in Southeast Portland.
Esme Jo Rymer Culver ’06 to the
priesthood on April 14, 2007 at Trinity
Cathedral, Portland, OR.
Beth Foote ’06 to the diaconate on
September 15, 2007 at Holy Trinity,
Menlo Park, CA.
Kathy Hopner ’07 to the diaconate
on June 2, 2007 at Trinity Cathedral,
Sacramento, CA.
Michael Kerrick ’07 to the diaconate
on June 2, 2007 at Trinity Cathedral,
Sacramento, CA.
Dave Marshall ’07 to the diaconate on
June 9, 2007 at St. John’s Cathedral,
Spokane, WA.
Belle Mickelson ’07 to the priesthood on June 12, 2007 at St. George’s,
Cordova, AK. She continues her bluegrass ministry, Dancing with the Spirit,
throughout the Diocese of Alaska. By
teaching children to play instruments
and initiating music programs in
small communities, she hopes to make
inroads on the extremely high rates
of alcohol and drug abuse and suicide.
Dawnell Stodgill ’96 to the diaconate
on April 28, 2007 at St. Andrew’s, Mer
Rouge, LA.
Karen (Bretl) Tiegs ’07 to the diaconate on June 30, 2007 at Trinity
Cathedral, Portland, OR.
Jay Watan ’07 to the priesthood on
June 2, 2007 at Grace Cathedral, San
Francisco, CA.
Catherine (Kate) Wilson ’06 to the
priesthood on August 4, 2007 at St.
Mark’s, Santa Clara, CA. She is the
Pastoral Associate at St. Mark’s.
2000s
Karen (Bretl) Tiegs ’07 married Peter
Tiegs on July 7, 2007.
Lauran Pifke ’06 has been called as
Rector of St. Anne’s, Fremont, CA.
Marguerite (Meg) Carter ’05 began
service as a Peace Corps Crisis Corps
Volunteer in Uganda on June 25, 2007.
She is working as a data management
officer with Friends of Christ Revival
Ministries Uganda to enhance services
provided to orphans and vulnerable
children impacted by HIV/AIDS and
poverty.
Linda Huggard ’05 is serving her diaconate with the Valley Episcopal Ministry Cluster in the Diocese of Northern California, which includes the parishes of St. James’, Yuba City, St. Timothy’s, Gridley, and St. Stephen’s, Colusa.
Emily Lyon ’05 joins the Jesuit School
of Theology at Berkeley as adjunct
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Summer/Fall 2007
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myspace
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Directory, on line NOW!
1. Go to www.cdsp.edu and click on Alumni/ae
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2. Fill in the simple registration form.
3. Check your e-mail for an approval notice.*
4. Visit the directory often to find and communicate with other alums.
Your approval e-mail should appear within 24
hours.
OUR NEW AND IMPROVED ALUMNI/AE DIRECTORY contains more
information about each alum, and offers an easier way to stay in touch
with classmates. You may update your profile on line, as often as you
wish, so information will be current.
Watch for added features coming soon: upload photos, register to be
a mentor.
Be sure to update your e-mail address in order to receive the new
CDSP monthly e-Newsletter.
Questions? Contact the Rev. Ann Coburn, Director of Alumni/ae and
Church Relations: [email protected] or 510-204-0710.
Mary Gavin ’02 is
Rector of Touchwood
Trail Parish, centered
in Fort Qu’Appelle,
Saskatchewan, as of
July 2007. The parish
is comprised of one
church in the scenic Qu’Appelle River
valley and two churches on the surrounding prairie.
Betsey Monnot ’02 and Michael
Monnot ’02 were called as CoRectors of All Saints, Sacramento, CA
in August 2007, where they previously
served as Priests-in-Charge.
Lisa Eunson ’01 is Rector of St.
Ternan’s in Banchory and Christ
Church in Kincardine O’Neil in the
Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney of
the Scottish Episcopal Church. She
accepted a call to rural Scotland in
fall of 2006 after serving for five years
as Associate Rector at St. Paul’s,
Burlingame, CA.
Kathy McAdams ’00 has been named
Executive Director of Ecclesia Ministries/common cathedral in Boston.
faculty this fall. She will be teaching
a class with Alex Garcia-Rivera called
“The Soul and the Synaptic Self” and
will be using parts of her thesis for
the course.
He also recently published Gays and
Grays: The Story of the Gay Community
at Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Parish
(Lexington Books), which is based
on his dissertation.
Ben Newland ’00 is Rector of Christ
Church in Puyallup, WA. He was previously Assistant Rector at St.
Andrew’s, Madison, CT.
Lynn Sanders ’04 is the Director of
Church Relations at Episcopal Relief
and Development (ERD) as of April
2007. She is responsible for directing
ERD programs, such as the Speakers’
Guild, youth and annual initiatives,
and the developing Volunteer/Service
Learning program, as well as supervising ERD’s Volunteer Network.
Before joining ERD, she served as
Assistant Rector at Church of the Good
Shepherd, Austin, TX.
Lisa Gray ’03 is the Canon to the
Ordinary in the Diocese of Michigan.
Jim Richardson ’00 is Interim Rector
at All Souls, Berkeley, CA.
Teresa Gilmore ’03 is Assistant to the
Rector at Trinity Episcopal Church,
Folsom, CA.
Donal Godfrey ’03 was appointed
Executive Director of University Ministry at the University of San Francisco.
Caroline Litzenberger ’03 holds a
Ph.D. in English Reformation History
and is Tenured Associate Professor of
History at Portland State University.
Daniel Richards ’03 married Amy
Crowley in February 2007 and now
has two step-daughters as well. He
continues to serve as Priest-in-Charge
at the Church of the Holy Innocents,
Phoenix, AZ, where the membership
has tripled in the past two years.
Ruth Casipit ’02 was installed as
Vicar of Holy Child, San Jose, CA, on
October 8, 2006.
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Carla Roland Guzman ’00 is Priest-inCharge at the Church of St. Matthew
and St. Timothy, New York City.
1990s
John Conrad ’96, ’05 is Rector of All
Saints’ Episcopal Church, Riverside,
CA, after serving for a year as Interim
Rector at Good Samaritan Episcopal
Church in the Diocese of San Diego.
He keeps his sailboat in San Diego,
where he remains “recreationally
resident.”
Edward Konieczny ’94 was conse-
Summer/Fall 2007
crated bishop of Oklahoma on September 15, 2007. He was elected in
May and previously served as Rector
of St. Matthew’s, Grand Junction, CO.
Jonathan Voorhees ’92 is Chaplain
at Kent School in western Connecticut. In addition to his chaplain
duties, he teaches English and coaches basketball.
Joan Ford ’90 is a “retired” Canon
for Outreach at St. Paul’s Cathedral,
San Diego, where their flagship project is a home in Tijuana, Mexico for
children of parents incarcerated in
the nearby prison. For more information on this project see www.dorcas
housefriends.org
1980s
Paul Strid ’88 is active as a nonstipendiary clergy at St. Michael and
All Angels, Albuquerque, NM. He
enjoys Albuquerque and has just
completed his first novel.
Armand Kreft ’87 is Rector of Church
of the Ascension, Buffalo, NY, as of
September 2007. He was recently
Priest-in-Charge at Epiphany Parish,
Seattle, WA.
John Forney ’86 was honored by
an endowed chair in Philosophical
Studies at St. Nicholas Seminary, Cape
Coast, Ghana, given in his name in
April 2007. He is currently working
full time organizing new chapters for
Progressive Christians Uniting (progressivechristiansuniting.org), and has
been doing clean drinking water
projects and educational projects in
Ghana for several years.
Donna Ross ’84 retired from St.
Paul’s, Cambria in 2005. Since then,
she has enjoyed teaching, leading retreats, traveling and time with friends.
Thomas Breidenthal ’81 was
ordained and consecrated as the 9th
bishop of the Diocese of Southern
Ohio on April 28, 2007.
1970s
Harold Clinehens ’79 married Beverley Sabo on January 6, 2007. They
were married by Bishop Bruno at the
Cathedral Center, Los Angeles.
Susan Creighton ’79 has served in
monastic, parish, and campus ministries, and took solemn vows (Silence,
Solitude, and Simplicity) as an Anchorite of the Diocese of Olympia in 2004.
Babs Meairs ’79 retired from government service in May 2007, having
completed her time in the Department of Veterans Affairs as Director
of the Chaplain Service at the VA San
Diego Healthcare System. She then began a part-time position in the Office
of the Bishop Suffragan for Chaplaincies working as Bishop Packard’s
Field Coordinator on the West Coast.
Visit her blog at www.tec-chaplain.org.
Charles Taylor ’76 is the Dean of
the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul and
St. Andrew in Peterborough, England.
Bob Burton ’74 has been Rector of
St. Paul’s, Salem, OR, since July 2005.
James Porter ’73 retired June 1, 2007,
after 10 years as Rector of Church of
Our Saviour, Lakeside, AZ.
Peter Van Hook ’72 is serving as
Interim Pastor of Shepherd of the
Mountains Lutheran Church, Park
City, UT.
1960s
Virginia Hall ’69 is Interim Assistant
to the Rector at Trinity Episcopal
Church, Bloomington, IN.
Stanley Kemmerer ’69 has been
named Priest Associate of Christ
Church Cathedral, Hartford, CT.
Arthur Gans ’65 is retired in the
Diocese of Kootenay, which overlooks Lake Okanagan, and occasion-
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ally teaches and assists at services at
All Souls Parish, Vernon, BC. He
served as a chaplain in the US Army
and Canadian Forces for many years,
and has lectured in the US and
Canada as a recognized specialist in
military professional ethics.
Dick Anderson ’61 left his long-term
internship at Holy Innocents, Corte
Madera, CA, in July 2006 and has
since been enjoying retirement with
his wife Audrey in Kennebunk, ME.
He sings in the choir and occasionally
celebrates and preaches at St. David’s
Church. He also keeps busy with his
model trains and has had articles published in railroad-related publications.
Fred Jessett ’61 has been writing
since his 1998 retirement. In 2006, he
published Remembering Grace (Forward
Movement) and his column “Grace
Happens” appears in a couple of diocesan newspapers. He is also awaiting the publication of a novel.
1950s
Al Smith, Jr. ’59 is retired in the Diocese of San Diego. He and Stephanie
are members of St. Bartholomew’s,
Poway, CA, where he occasionally
presides. He also reads for the KPBS
Radio Reading Service, volunteers at
the parish thrift shop, gardens, and
does spiritual direction.
Dick Cockrell ’57 teaches lifelong
learning courses and servant leadership, serves on the Board of Visitors
for Kanuga Conference Center, and is
active in the Institute for Servant Leadership (ISL). His current passion is the
emerging church, which was the theme
of ISL’s 2007 conference. Visit www.serv
leader.org for more information.
John Huston ’56 is active in his
retirement, having made several visits
to Palestine in support of the Sabeel
Movement, which promotes justice,
peace, and reconciliation in Palestine.
He has been Resident Canon of St.
Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle for 19 years.
Summer/Fall 2007
In Memoriam
James Earl Cavanaugh ’58 died
August 9, 2007. He
was Dean Emeritus
of Grace and Holy
Trinity Cathedral,
Kansas City, MO.
He served 55 years
in the ministry, was active in the
Church on the diocesan and
national level, and was involved in
many social service ministries. He
was married to his wife Nancy for
53 years.
Betty Zieg French ’58 died on June
12, 2007. She met her husband,
Richard (Dick) French ’59, while
studying at St. Margaret’s House to
be a Christian education director.
She is remembered by her husband
and family as being caring, com-
passionate, and well-organized.
Janet Virginia
Lee ’61 died May
6, 2007 in Menlo
Park, CA. She was
a licensed preacher, served as missionary in Nevada
and South Dakota
through the Church
Army, and served
as director of an
activity center for
senior citizens in Dallas. Most
recently, she was active at Holy
Trinity, Menlo Park, CA.
Bishop Robert Wolterstorff ’78
died April 24, 2007. He was elected
as the first bishop of the Diocese
of San Diego in 1973, and made
organizing the new diocese his top
priority. He is remembered for his
optimism and his steadfast faith
and values.
Peter Chen Chung Yu ’48 died
April 5, 2007. He served most
recently at St. Thomas’ Church,
Hacienda Heights, CA. He also
worked with the Retired Seamen
Chapter at the Seamen’s Church
Institute of Los Angeles, and assisted at St. Gabriel’s Church, Monterey Park.
John Kimball Saville, Jr. ’42 died
April 24, 2007.
Nancy Hincks (CDSP receptionist
in the 1980’s) died April 22, 2007.
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Our generous campaign donors
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Dr. Ellsworth C. Alvord ’03 and
Dr. Nancy Alvord ’03
Ms. Madeline Jacobsen †
Nancy O. Kaehr, M.D. ’99 and
The Rev. Michael G. Kaehr
Mrs. Anne Swindells
The Rev. Dr. J. Rebecca Lyman and
Mr. Andrew Bridges
Ms. Julia McCray-Goldsmith and
Mr. John McCray-Goldsmith
The Rt. Rev. G. Richard Millard ’60
Province of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
The Most. Rev. Paul Kwong
The Hal and John Smith Family
Foundation
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St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church
Palm Desert, CA
The Rev. Roger O. Douglas
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’05 and Mrs. Carol Anne Brown ’05
$500,000 - $999,999
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Allan and Anne Affleck
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Haynes
Mrs. Ardeen Russell-Quinn and
Mr. Ralph E. Quinn
Mr. Dwight T. Spencer †
$100,000 - $499,999
Anonymous
The Diocese of California
The Rt. Rev. Mark H. Andrus
Mr. Robert E. Flowerree †
The Furtherance Fund, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagey
The Rev. Eliza Linley ’90
The Diocese of Los Angeles
The Rt. Rev. J. Jon Bruno
Mrs. Prudence M. Miller
Dr. Donn F. Morgan and
Dr. Alda M. Morgan ’64 ,’84, ’03
Mr. Richard C. Seaver †
The Diocese of Utah
The Rt. Rev. Carolyn Tanner Irish,
D.D. ’99
$50,000 - $99,999
Mr. R. Miller Adams and
Dr. Cheryl Roberts
Ms. Barbara S. Borsch ’91 and The Rt.
Rev. Frederick H. Borsch, D.D. ’81
Guy and Susan Henshaw
The Rt. Rev. Carolyn Tanner Irish, D.D.
’99
Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Jelley ’00
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$25,000 - $49,999
Mr. Matthew R. Borsch
The Rev. Brenton H. Carey ’93 and
Ms. Elizabeth H. Hardy
The Rev. Dr. Linda L. Clader ’88 and
The Rev. Nicholas Ristad
Dr. James F. Hodges †
The Rt. Rev. Mark Hollingsworth, Jr. ’81
and Mrs. Susan Hollingsworth
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Janopaul
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori,
D.D. ’94, ’01
Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Light
The Rev. Amanda G. R. May ’93
Mrs. Janice Wellhausen Moore ’91
Mrs. Dorothy S. Ramsdell and
Mr. Robert Ramsdell
$10,000 - $24,999
The Rt. Rev. Edmond Browning ’87 and
Dr. Patricia S. Browning ’01
The Rev. Ann S. Coburn ’77
Mrs. Barbara Creed and
The Rev. Christopher D. Creed ’92
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Felton
The Rev. C. Eric Funston, D.Min. ’91
The Rev. Rosa Lee Harden ’99 and
Mr. Kevin Jones
Mrs. Georgene T. Keeler and
Mr. Hayes Keeler
Mrs. Mary S. Kimball
The Rev. Daniel P. Matthews, D. D ’59,
’84 and Mrs. Diane Matthews
Dr. Steven W. Nishibayashi and
Ms. Mary Dee Hacker
The Rt. Rev. Bavi E. Rivera ’76, ’05 and
The Rev. Robert B. Moore ’77 ,’78
Roy A. Hunt Foundation
Ms. Jane Russell
The Rev. Sallie Shippen ’82
Y & H Soda Foundation
Ms. Judith Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. William T. C. Stevens
Summer/Fall 2007
Mr. William T. E. Waste † and
Mrs. Laura P. Waste
Mr. and Mrs. Loring A. Wyllie
The Rev. Peter C. Yu † ’48
$5,000 - $9,999
Mrs. Susan L. Adamson
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Allison
Mrs. Marion Cedarblade ’00
Mrs. Albert J. Colton ’63
The Rev. Dr. L. William Countryman
The Rev. Lisa K. Cressman ’92 and
Dr. Erik N. Cressman
The Rev. Marcia G. Engblom ’94 and
Mr. Dennis R. Engblom
Dr. Mark Farmer ’05 and
Mrs. Jean Farmer
The Very Rev. Allan H. Hohlt ’66 and
Dr. Winifred L. Hohlt
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Huffman
The Rev. Dr. John L. Kater, Jr.
The Rev. Alvin P. Lafon ’54
Frances A. Lana
The Rev. Dr. Katherine M. Lehman ’82,
’99 and Mr. Clay Lehman
The Rev. Dr. Jane F. Maynard ’92 and
Mr. James Treyens
Mrs. Margaret W. Mealy
The Rev. Canon Hank Mitchel ’77 and
Canon Mari Mitchel
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Morrison
Mrs. Ray Riess
Ms. Maria P. Rivera
Mr. William and Mrs. Harriet Rodiger
The Rev. Cn. Charles W. Sacquety, Jr.
’65, ’00
The Rev. Richard Schaper and
Ms. Anita R. Ostrom
The Rev. Mary Frances Schjonberg ’00
The School for Deacons
Dr. Roderick B. Dugliss
The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Richard L. Shimpfky
Mrs. Joan Vance
Ms. Celeste A. Ventura
$1,000 - $4,999
Anonymous
The Rev. David B. Allardyce, CPA ’62
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Andrews
The Rt. Rev. Marc H. Andrus
Mrs. Lorraine M. Bayer
The Rev. Lance K. Beizer ’05
Mrs. Suzanne Y. Bell
The Rev. Thomas S. Bigelow ’63
Mrs. Christine Blake
The Rev. Clifford L. Blinman ’81
The Rev. W. Edwin Bonsey ’54 and
Mrs. Kathryn Bonsey
Ms. Mollyanne Brewer
The Rev. Peter Bridgford ’68
The Rt. Rev. Richard Sui On Chang D.D.
’66, ’98 and Mrs. Delia Chang
Mrs. Caroline Booth and
Mr. Corwin Booth
Ms. Teresa R. Brown, Ph.D.
The Rev. Thomas J. Brown ’97
Mr. Christopher D. Butler ’85
The Rev. Bente A. Carter ’92
The Rev. Peter G. Chase ’80
The Rev. C. Robbins Clark ’81
The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Robert H. Cochrane
Ms. Nancy Cohen and Mr. William Cohen
The Rev. Gary D. Collins ’77
The Rev. Norman L. Cram, Jr. ’62
The Rev. William E. Crews ’58 and
Mrs. Ann H. Crews
Mr. Kevin E. Crispin and Mr. Anthony
Alfieri
The Rev. Ronald D. Culmer ’94
Mr. David C. Cunningham
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ditmore
Mr. and Mrs. Shannon M. Drew
The Very Rev. Judith G. Dunlop ’90
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Earl
The Rev. Nancy G. Eswein ’97
The Rev. James W. Evans ’59
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fix
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fleming
The Rev. Katharine G. Flexer ’97
The Rev. Dr. Jane Foraker-Thompson ’97
Canon John A. Fricker and
Ms. Patricia Fricker
The Rev. Mary Moore Gaines ’89
The Very Rev. Robert Giannini
The Rev. Victor Gibson, Sr. ’63
The Rev. Charles B. Gompertz ’62
Ms. Catherine C. Gordon ’01 and
The Rev. Martha Buck
Mr. Charles A. Graham
Marion S. Grau, Ph.D.
The Rev. Stacey Grossman ’96
The Rev. Carl R. Hansen, D. Min. ’78, ’02
and Mrs. Susan K. Hansen
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Harrah ’48
The Rev. Richard E. Helmer ’02 and
Hiroko Helmer
Mr. Michael Helms, CPA
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Hill
Mrs. Betty Hirozawa
The Rev. Raymond Hoche-Mong, Th.D.
’64, ’77
The Rev. Dr. Arthur G. Holder
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Holland
The Rev. Melford Holland
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Hollingshead
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Hook
Mr. and Mrs. L. William Huck
The Rev. Mary Hudak and Mr. Jim Hudak
Ms. Joyce Huyett Turner
The Rev. Margaret Irwin ’86
Dr. Richard E. Jennings
Leonard W. Johnson
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The Very Rev. Donald A. Jones ’63 and
Mrs. Margaret Jones
Ms. Betty R. Kasson
The Rev. Canon Kathleen Marie Kelly ’05
Mrs. Olive M. Kemp
Mr. Michael Kerrick ’07 and
Ms. Judy S. Kerrick
The Rt. Rev. Rustin R. Kimsey, D.D. ’00
and Mrs. Gretchen B. Kimsey
Mr. Daniel W. King
Ms. Laurie R. King ’84, ’98
Ms. Rochelle Klein
Mr. and Mrs. Augustine C. Kriletich
Mr. Phil Lally
Mrs. Betty W. Lane
The Rev. Lizette Larson-Miller, Ph.D.
The Rev. Dr. Gordon K. Lau ’76, ’00
The Rev. JoAnn Z. Leach ’85 and
The Rev. Shannon P. Leach ’85
Mr. Richard Diebold Lee
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Ledbetter
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leonard, Jr.
The Rev. Harriet Burton Linville ’81
Ms. Janet Littlefield
Mr. Merrill Magowan
Mrs. Navarre Marshall
Canon Holly McAlpen ’91, ’07
The Rev. Robert E. McCann ’90 and
Mrs. Sylvia McCann
The Rev. K. Lesley McCloghrie ’99
The Rev. James W. McLeod ’60 and
Mrs. Frankie J. McLeod ’60
The Rev. Elizabeth L. Monnot ’02 and
The Rev. Michael J. Monnot ’02
John and Connie Monnot
The Rev. Gale Davis Morris ’89
The Rev. Mary K. Morrison ’00 and
The Rev. Claudia Jo Weber ’00
The Rev. Richard N. Morrison ’87
The Rev. William B. Nern, Jr. ’71
Ms. Jan O’Brien
The Rev. Canon Britt E. Olson ’96
Mr. Roy N. Ordway
Dr. Patricia Page ’89
Jo Ellen and John Peterson
The Rev. Dr. Kristi Philip ’85, ’04
The Rev. Linda G. Potter ’94 and
Mr. Thomas I. Potter
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Randolph
Mrs. Jane Rateaver
Ms. Margaret Ray
Mr. Robert S. Rennicks, III
The Rev. Robert E. Reynolds ’66 and
Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds
The Rev. Bruce M. Robison ’86 and
Mrs. Susan M. Robison
The Rev. Debbie Royals ’05, ’06 and
The Rev. Kathleen D. Sylvester ’03
Virginia Royden
The Rev. Joanne M. Sanders ’00 and
Ms. Katherine Armstrong
The Rev. Lynn Sanders ’04
The Rev. Norio Sasaki ’58
Summer/Fall 2007
Mrs. Emily Scheller ’59
Ms. Abby Sadin Schnair and
Mr. Gene Schnair
The Rev. Vincent F. Scotto ’74
Mr. Barton W. Shackelford † ’93
Shilling Family Foundation
Dr. A. Gary Shilling ’06
The Rev. Susan J. Singer ’89 and
Mr. David Singer
The Rev. Dr. Peter W. Sipple ’69, ’06
and Mrs. Margaret E. Sipple ’69 ,’06
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sizemore
Mrs. Lilyan Snow
St. John the Divine Episcopal Church
Houston, TX
The Rev. Laurens A. Hall, D.D. ’68
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
King City, CA
The Rev. Lamont Wiltsee
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Honolulu, HI
The Rev. Darrow L. Aiona ’63
The Rev. Sarah M. Stanton ’87
The Rt. Rev. William E. Swing ’07 and
Mrs. Mary Swing
The Rev. Richard A. Tardiff ’05
The Rev. John P. Tederstrom ’64
Mr. and Mrs. L. Sherman Telleen
The Rev. Victor J. Thomas ’97
Mrs. Catherine A. Thompson
The Rev. Robert G. Thompson ’67
The Rev. Dennis S. Tierney, Ph.D. ’02
and Dr. Grace E. Grant
The Rev. Cn. Richard K. Toll, D.D.,
D.Min. ’67, ’01 and Mrs. Elaine Toll
The Rev. Canon Patrick A. Tomter ’64
The Rev. Arlen R. Towers ’64
The Rev. Dr. Fran Toy ’84, ’96 and
Mr. Arthur C. Toy
Mrs. Eileen Van Heuit
The Rev. Patricia S. Walker-Sprague ’97
The Rev. John H. Walsted ’59
The Rev. John B. Warfel ’93
Ms. Margo Webster
The Rev. Dr. Louis Weil
The Rev. Janet Wheelock ’93
Mr. Douglas Wong
The Rev. Linda A. Wood ’92
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Mrs. Marian W. Abbott
The Rev. Maryly S. Adair ’02
Gail W. Adams
The Rev. Maly C. Adams ’96
Ms. Ruth S. Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Aguiar
Maria Aikin
Mr. Richard J. Akers and
Mrs. Loeta Akers Marshall
Ms. Jan Akin
Mr. Ferris A. Albers
Ms. Karen Albrethsen
The Rev. Steve Alder
The Rev. Harry Allagree ’93
The Rev. Edward P. Allen ’56 and
Mrs. Alice Allen
The Rev. John M. Allen ’02 and
Mrs. Georgene Allen
The Rev. Mark F. Allen ’86
The Rev. Mary L. Allen ’86
The Rev. Mary Susan Allison-Hatch ’03 and
Mr. Timothy Allison-Hatch
Ms. Marilyn J. Amerson
The Rev. Dr. Howard Anderson
Jane Anderson
Ruth Anderson
Mr. William S. Anderson
The Rev. Dianne P. Andrews ’94
The Rev. Canon Joan Anthony
Mr. Edward Ardzrooni
Ms. Suzanne Armer
The Rev. DeLaney W. Armstead
The Rev. Susan J. Armstrong ’06
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Arthur
Mrs. Charles E. Arthur
The Rev. Lauren Artress
The Rev. Mary H. Atwood ’80
Mrs. Nancy Axell ’83
Mr. and Mrs. John W Bacon, Jr.
Ms. Julia Huttar Bailey
The Rt. Rev. Harry B. Bainbridge, III
The Rev. Lynn Baird ’97
Ms. Phyllis Baker
Ms. Ann Baldwin
Mr. John Ballantine, III
Ms. Ruth R. Baney
Mr. Troy Barbee
Mr. Ted Barber
Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Barlow
Donna and Lloyd Barnes
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barnes
The Rev. Patricia Barrett
Ms. Rilla D. Barrett
The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows ’97
and Mr. Harrison Burrows
The Rev. J. Barrington Bates ’97
Norris Battin
The Rev. Greg Bayaca
The Rev. George C. Beacom ’69
The Rev. Anne Beatty ’92
Dr. David Beatty
Mr. Warren R. Bechhoefer
The Rev. and Mrs. Gillett Bechtel
Ms. Beth Bedsole
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Beelik
Mr. Frank W. Beers
The Rt. Rev. Barry L. Beisner ’78 and
The Rev. L. A. Hallisey ’81, ’05
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Belanger
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Belden
Mr. and Mrs. Orville M. Bell
The Rev. Ronald V. Belnap ’91
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Belove
Ms. Joan E. Bennett
Mrs. Roberta M. Bennett
Marjorie E. H. Bennison
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Mr. Donald R. Berg
Ms. Roberta Berry
B. R. Bertrando
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bigler
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Billingsley
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Billingsley
Ms. Diana J. Bingham
The Rev. Sally G. Bingham ’94
Ms. Nila Bishop
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Black
Patricia L. Black
Donna Blake
Ms. Eloise Blanchard
The Rev. Susan M. Blanchard
The Rev. Elizabeth A. Bloch ’95 and
Mr. Michael Bloch
Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Blount
Peter Boehm
The Rev. Rose B. Bogal-Allbritten
The Rev. James F. Bogardus, Jr. ’59
The Rev. Canon John L. Bogart ’69, ’73
Dr. Richard and Dr. Nancy Bohannon
The Rev. William F. Bohn ’58
The Rev. Richard N. Bolles
Ms. Bette R. Boucher
Mrs. Nancy Bowker
Mr. Thomas E. Bowman and
Ms. Margaret Bowman
Barbara A. Boyce
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Boylan
Ms. Elizabeth A. Brady
Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Brandt
Ms. Mildred Brayton
The Rev. W. Allen Breckenridge
The Rev. Diane Brelsford ’86
The Rev. David R. Breuer
Mrs. Margaret Brewer
Edith V. Bridges-Cone
John Brierley
The Rev. Lyn Briggs ’06
Mrs. Marian A. Brinckerhoff
Maj. Thomas Britton
Ms. Linda W. Brock
The Rev. Dean C. Brockmeier
The Rev. Ronald G. Brokaw ’57 and
Mrs. Jeanne Brokaw
The Rev. James B. Brooks
Ms. Carol Brown and Mr. Tom Spalding
Ms. Carol J. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Brown
The Rev. Robert E. Brown ’66 and
The Rev. Marilynn Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brown
Mr. Samuel H. Brown
Mrs. Virginia S. Brunk
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Bryan
Ms. Peggy L. Bryan and
Ms. Catherine A. Holley
Miss Elva M. Buckhalter
The Rev. Robert A. Buck ’68
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bulinski
The Rev. William N. Bumiller ’58
Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Bunn
Mr. Bill Burch
Mr. Jon Burdett
Summer/Fall 2007
Mr. Jesse W. Burdick
Ms. Beverly Burke ’01 and
Mr. Gary Burke
The Rev. William M. Burnett ’61
Rosemary N. Burroughs
Mr. Thomas A. Burt
The Rev. Stephen J. Butts ’95
Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Caddick
Mrs. Frances J. Calavan ’49
Ms. Jane Calhoon
Ms. Fannie J. Campana
The Rev. Linda M. Campbell ’02
The Rev. Este Gardner Cantor ’05
Stephen A. Cantor, M.D.
Mr. Willard T. Carleton
Mr. Edward S. Carlson
Ms. Betty J. Carmack
The Rev. Robert J. Carsner
Mrs. Elaine Carter
Ms. Marguerite E. Carter ’05
Mr. and Mrs. William Carter
The Rev. Patricia Catalano ’05
The Very Rev. James E. Cavanaugh † ’58
The Rev. Jan S. Cazden
Mrs. Cornelia Cerf
The Rev. Gae Chalker ’98
Mr. Jim Cheney and Ms. Elaine D. Barratt
Ms. Mary Jane Chetelat
Mrs. Esther L. Chinn
Dr. Pamela P. Chinnis ’92
Ms. Donna Chipps
The Rt. Rev. William C. Choi ’84
Mr. and Ms. John Chouinard
Ms. Mary L. Christensen
Mr. Carl W. Clader †
The Rev. Beatryce A. Clark
Ms. Susan Clarke-Battenburg
Ms. May B. Clark
Ms. Patricia Clark
Mr. Robert Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Clas
The Rev. Ruth L. Clausen ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Quentin D. Clayton
Ms. Jane M. Cleveland
Ms. Lucretia Cloran
The Rev. Richard Cockrell ’57
Nancy Adams Cogan ’87
Ms. Virginia J. Cohon
Mr. Malcolm S. Cole
The Rev. Gary L. Commins, D.D. ’80, ’01
Mr. Alfred T. Conlin
The Rev. Matthew M. Conrad ’80
Mr. James H. Alexander and
Ms. Trilby Conried
Dr. Kay Cook
Ms. Diane P. Cooley
Capt. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Cooper, USN, (Ret.)
The Rev. Marilyn Cornwell ’06 and
Mr. Robert Cornwell
Mr. Ronald L. Coronato
Mrs. Barbara H. Cory Black
Mr. Glen Cottingham
Coventry Cross Episcopal Church
Minden, NV
The Rev. W. Shepley Curtis, Jr. ’69
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coverdale
The Rev. Stuart P. Coxhead, Jr.
Ms. Patricia Craig-Waldrip
The Rev. Pamela L. Cranston ’88
Mrs. Janet M. Crawford
Ms. Claire Creese ’03
Mr. Scott Crispell
Alison T. Crist
Ms. Martie K. Crist
The Rev. Ronald C. Crocker ’68
Mr. John Crosier and Ms. Susan Crosier
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Crowell
Mr. John Crowley
The Rev. Esme Jo Culver ’06
Ms. Ann L. Dahlberg
David P. Dahl
The Rev. Elizabeth M. Dalaba
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Danielson
Mrs. Rodman W. Danley
Ms. Claribel Dare
Ms. Lynda K. Daters
The Rev. Andrew P. Daughters ’42, ’57
Ellen F. Davis, Ph.D. ’83, ’02
Mr. Frank I. Davis
Ms. Margaret Davis
The Rev. Michael M. Davis ’66
Mr. Robert G. Davis
Dr. Robert W. Davis
Mr. Rodney Davis
Ms. Lenore Dean
The Rev. Susan C. Dean ’02
Mr. and Mrs. William V. Deatherage
Mr. William H. Deaver
The Rev. Warren Debenham ’58
Ms. Virginia W. Debs
The Rev. Cn. Eckford J. DeKay ’66
Ms. Elizabeth Denison
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Denny
Ms. Alison J. Derbenwick Miller and
Mr. Kurt Miller
Ms. Jill Derby
The Rev. William R. Detweiler ’60
Ms. Patricia C. Dibblee
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dickens
Mr. Robert Dillingham
The Diocese of Northern California
The Rt. Rev. Barry L. Beisner ’78
Mr. Randle B. Dodson
The Rev. Dr. William J. Doggett ’95, ’05
Dr. and Mrs. William G. Donald,, Jr.
Mrs. Gwendolyn Dougherty
The Rev. Joseph A. Dubay ’63
Ms. Valerie A. Duecker ’99
Mr. David Keith Duffey ’05
James W. Duffy
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace S. H. Dung
Mrs. Betty J. Dunn
The Rev. Cn. Deborah Dunn
Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Dunning
Dr. Lea DuRard ’00
Miss Sue M. Durrant
The Rev. Robert B. Dwight, Ph.D. ’62 and
Mrs. Rose M. Dwight ’63
Chris Eastoe
Mrs. Miriam Eaton
Mr. John D. Echols ’66
Norine Eggers
Mr. Robert L. Eichel
Ms. Martha H. Eilertsen ’90
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Mr. Robert O. Eldridge
The Rev. Gary W. Eley ’70
The Rev. Dr. Ruth E. Eller ’89
The Rev. Dr. James T. Elliott ’65 and
Mrs. Anne Avery
The Very Rev. William R. Ellis, Jr. ’82
The Rev. William R. Ellis ’52 and
Mrs. Nancy B. Ellis ’50
Ms. Laura Starre Emerson ’06
The Ven. Lincoln Eng ’52
Ms. Jennifer Eory
Epiphany Lutheran & Episcopal Church
Marina, CA
The Rev. Jon A. Perez
Dr. Lenore Erickson, Ph.D.
Ms. Eleanor Errante
Ms. Pam J. Ertel
Edwin D. Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Evans
Ms. Nancy L. Evans ’89
Ms. Jennifer B. Ewing ’82
Mr. Harold A. Fabre
Mrs. Beva Farmer
Ms. Mary Jane Fay
Beverly J. Feichter
William F. Feller, M.D.
Mary E. and James P. Feltrup
Mrs. G. A. Ferguson
Ms. Ruth M. Fernsier
The Rev. Michael L. Ferrito ’01 and
Mrs. Gwen Ferrito
Mr. and Mrs. Don Field
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fike
Robin Finch
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Fisher, Jr.
Mary Betty Fisher
The Rev. Stuart Fitch ’53 and
Mrs. Nancy F. Fitch ’53
The Rev. Elisabeth S. Fitzgibbons ’06
The Rt. Rev. Robert L. Fitzpatrick
The Rev. Abeoseh Flemister ’65
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Flexer
Marilyn Flood
Ms. Carolyn G. Foland
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Foley
Mr. Kenneth A. Fonda
Ms. Beth Foote ’06
The Rev. John Forney ’86
Mr. George R. Forsberg
The Rev. P. Jeanne Forte ’99
The Rev. Robert T. Fortna ’55 and
Mrs. Evelyn S. Fortna ’53
The Rev. Dr. Charles S. Foss ’90 and
Dr. Gwendolyn Foss
Brad and Linda Fowler
The Rev. Daniel L. Fowler
Mr. Robert J. Fowler
Kenneth Fox
Ms. Patricia Fox
Miss Mary L. Francis ’62
Mrs. Mariette Franke
Ms. Carolyn Franklin
Mrs. Ellen B. Fredericks
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Freeman
Ms. Virginia Freer
Mrs. E. Clare Friedman
Ms. Elizabeth Frost
Summer/Fall 2007
Mrs. Sunae M. Fujii
Dr. and Mrs. William Furgerson, Jr.
Ms. Judith A. Furlong
Mr. Jim A. Furness and Mrs. Jane L. Holland
Amy Sue K. Gage
Ms. Kathryn Galicia
The Rev. Elvin Gallagher ’54 and
Mrs. Peggy Gallagher ’53
Mr. and Mrs. John Galos
The Rev. Arthur E. Gans ’65
Mr. Edward S. Garlock
Miss Margaret R. Garner
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Garvey
Francis and Virginia Geddes
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Geiger
Miss Marilyn Geist ’69
Kumiko Gerber
Sara L. Germain
Mr. Gary Gibbons
The Rev. Dr. Gerald G. Gifford, II
Mr. Donald S. Gill
Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Gilliam
The Rev. Teresa J. Gilmore ’03 and
Richard Gilmore
Mrs. Sharon J. Gilpin
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Giske
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Glad
The Rev. Vanessa J. Glass ’01 and
Mr. Michael Glass
Mary L. Godfrey
Mr. Patrick Goodfellow
The Rev. Dr. David T. Gortner and
The Rev. Heather VanDeventer
Ms. Mary L. Gotthold and
Mr. Donald Gotthold
The Rev. Robert C. Gould ’49
Grace Episcopal Church
Fairfield, CA
The Rev. Debra Warwick Sabino
Grace Memorial Church
Portland, OR
The Rev. Stephen Schneider
Ms. Margaret Graham and
Ms. Carol Lehmkuhl
Mrs. Carol Gransie
The Rev. Alan W. Grant ’70
Ms. Edythe T. Grant
Mr. Richard M. Graybill
Ms. Holland Gray
The Rev. Canon Lisa Gray ’03 and
Ms. Kim Tucker
Mrs. Karen M. Greenleaf and
Mr. Charles R. Greenleaf
Canon Betsy H. Greenman ’98
The Rev. Richard L. Green ’91 and
The Rev. Kathleen Patton ’90
The Rev. Susan Gresinger
The Rev. Dr. Brian J. Grieves ’72, ’04
Ada H. Griffin
Ms. Kathryn L. Griffin
The Rev. Lyle W. Grosjean ’65
Vicky Lee Groskinsky ’05
The Rev. Terri A. Grotzinger ’93
The Ven. Carmen B. Guerrero, D.D. ’94
Mr. Angelo A. Haddad
Minerva Haddad and Sobhi Lammam
Mrs. Helen T. Hagemeyer
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard Hagen
The Rev. and Mrs. Clifford R. Haggenjos
Mrs. Eleanor B. Hairston
Ms. Linda M. Hale
Mr. Michael Halle
Judi M. Haller
Mr. Harold Hall
Mr. Harry Hall
Ms. Linda Hall
The Rev. Virginia B. Hall ’69, ’85
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Hamilton
Ms. Bonnie Handley
Mr. Ronald A. Hankins
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Hansen
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hanshaw
Mrs. Adele Hanson
Mrs. Ann Hanson
Mr. and Mrs. Art Hard
The Rev. Richard B. Harms ’58
Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Harris
Ms. M. Antoinette Harris
The Rev. Marsue Harris ’81
The Rev. Alison Propeck Harrity ’00
Ms. Margaret A. Harter
Dr. Marvin C. and Mrs. Shirle M. Hartley
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Hartz
Mr. Coburn Haskell
Mr. Robert Hassan
The Rev. Stephen A. Hassett ’06 and
Ms. Clancy C. Drake
Mr. Alfred B. Hastings, Jr.
The Rev. Mary E. Hauck ’95
Mr. George H. Hauser
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hawkins
Ms. Marylyn H. Hawkins
The Rev. Ardith Hayes ’06
The Rev. Jackson R. Hazelett ’65 and
Mrs. Barbara H. Hazelett
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Heatlie
The Rev. Eileen M. Heden ’01
Mrs. R. E. Heilman
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Heinrichs
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hergenhan
Hewlett Packard
William R. Hillbrant
Ms. Camilla Hill
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lang Hilleary
Patricia J. Hill
The Rev. Zealand Hillsdon-Hutton ’57
The Rev. Polly H. Hilsabeck ’85
The Rev. Canon Jack Hilyard ’59
Virginia S. Hislop
The Rev. Lisa J. Hlass ’06
The Rev. William T. Hocker ’06
Ms. Linda Hodge
Mrs. Ann B. Hodgkin
Ms. Barbee Hodgkins
Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Hodgson
Mrs. Carole Hoerauf
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Hoffman
Mr. Tim Holder
The Rev. Janet M. Holland and
The Rev. Dr. Lawrence S. Hunter ’92, ’04
Mr. Raymond E. Holland
Arthur C. Hollister
Ms. Anne S. Holly
The Rev. John A. Holmes
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Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Grangeville, ID
The Rev. Chris Hagenbuch
The Rev. Charles Homeyer ’74
Mrs. Jane N. Hopper
The Rev. Charles K. Horn
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Houser
George and Gwinneth Howard
Mrs. Helen Howard
The Rev. Dina Howell-Burke ’76
The Rev. Louise Howlett
Dr. Robert J. Hoxsey
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hribal
Mrs. Mary Anna Hsi ’60
Dr. Colin P. Hubbard
Linda Susan Huggard ’05
Ms. Johanna G. Hughes
The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick E. Huls
Mrs. Evelena Hunter ’53 and
The Rev. Charles W. Hunter ’57
The Rev. Cn. John A. Huston ’56 and
Mrs. Barbara Huston
Mr. Tom Hutchinson
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Hutchinson
The Rev. Richmond N. Hutchins ’53
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Hutton
Mr. Solon Jackman
The Rev. Dr. Josephine Jackson-Smith
Ms. Ann Jackson
The Rev. M. Joan Jackson ’90
Mr. Thomas Jackson
The Rev. Dorothy L. Jamison ’92
Ms. Virginia Jardim
The Rev. Anne H. Jensen and
Mr. Douglas O. Jensen
The Rev. Julia K. Jensen and
Mr. W. C. Jensen
The Rev. Philip E. Jerauld ’54
The Rev. Henry Jesse, Jr. ’58
The Rev. Frederick E. Jessett ’61 and
Mrs. Kristen O. Jessett ’60
Mrs. Mildred P. Jett
The Rev. Lucretia Jevne ’96 and
The Rev. Walter E. Phelps ’59
The Rev. Karen Johanns ’06
Mrs. M. Betty Johnson
Mrs. Theresa Johnson
The Rev. Laurel Johnston ’06
Dr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Jones
Ms. Dorothy Jones
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Jones
Ms. Rosamond G. Jones
Ms. Sarah Jones
Ms. Tammy L. Jones
Ms. Gretchen Jong
Dr. Johannas M. Jordan ’90
Sally Joslin
The Rev. Andrew G. Kadel ’81
Mr. and Mrs. Ted R. Kaden
Alfred and Lila Kane
Mrs. Atsuko Kato
Mrs. Annie C. Kau
Mr. Francis R. Kau
Mr. and Mrs. Homer V. Kau
Elise Keddie
Dr. and Mrs. Noble D. Keddie
The Rev. John C. Keester ’55
Summer/Fall 2007
Mr. Marvin L. Keever
The Rev. Dr. Alan D. and
Mrs. Susan E. Kelchner
Prof. Ray Kelch
Mr. and Ms. William E. Kelly
Mr. Richard Kemink
The Rev. Patricia S. Kempster ’97
Ms. Beth C. Kennedy ’81
Dr. Joyce M. Kennedy
Shirley A. Kenson
The Rev. Stephen J. Keplinger ’01 and
Mrs. Jean Keplinger
The Rev. Mary L. Killingstad
Ms. Janet Kinney
Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Kirk
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Kitt ’03
Mr. Warren Knape
The Rev. David E. Knight ’58
Mr. Stanley C. Knight
The Rev. Theda L. Knight
The Rt. Rev. Edward J. Konieczny ’94
Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Konishi
The Rev. Eugene J. Koprowski
Dr. Libby Kovacs
The Rev. Armand J. Kreft ’87
The Rev. Craig C. Kuehn ’93 and
Mrs. Suzanne Kuehn
The Rev. Martha C. Kuhlmann ’02
The Rev. Joan LaLiberte ’81
The Rev. Joseph A. Lane ’95
Ms. Melissa Langdell
The Rev. Anna B. Lange-Soto
Mr. Dexter C. Larsen †
Mr. Ron Larson
Doree and Ross Laverty ’00
Mr. N. David Lawson
The Rev. Bercry E. Leas
The Rev. Arthur R. Lee, III ’69
Ms. Virginia F. Lee
Ms. Linda S. Leicht
The Rev. Christine Leigh-Taylor ’00
Ms. Ann Leonard
Ms. Cornelia R. Leonard
The Rev. Dr. Ryan Lesh ’06
The Rev. P. Joanne Leslie, Sc.D. ’01
Mr. Kenneth P. Letsch and
Ms. Jennifer A. Moss
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Leupp
Cdr. Barbara G. Lewis
Don Lewon
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Limbach
Ms. Marilyn A. Lindell
Ms. Heidi M. Lindsay and
Mr. Charles L. Lindsay
Mrs. Joan Linn
Frances C. Linton
The Rev. Claire B. Linzel ’03
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lithco
The Rev. Marcia Lockwood ’83 and
Mr. George S. Lockwood, LHD ’84
Ms. Terri A. Lolcoma
The Rev. Bruce Lomas
The Rev. Donald R. Longenecker ’62
Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Lord, Jr.
Carol and Hal Louchheim
Ms. Mary F. Loucks
Mrs. Caroline T. Loughlin ’56
The Rev. A. Adams Lovekin, Ph.D. ’54
The Rev. Debra L. Low-Skinner ’97 and
Mr. Don Skinner
Mr. David M. Lowery
Dorris L. Lubkeman
Wolfgang and Patricia Lusse
The Rev. George Luthringer ’66
Mr. William Lynn
Ms. Emily Lyon ’05
Mr. Michael Maas ’80
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Mack
Ms. Jean A. MacKenzie
Mrs. Barbara Mackey
Ms. Alice Macondray
The Rev. Thomas Magruder ’56
Robert D. Maldonado, Ph.D. ’82, ’89
Ms. Beth K. Mallon and Mr. Kevin F. Mallon
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Maloof
Ms. Sally Mancini
Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Manville
Ms. Lynda Maraby
Mrs. Marian E. Marcellus
Mr. and Mrs. Kit Marrs
Ms. Nancy Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marty
Mrs. Evelyn J. Marvin
Mr. George W. Masker
Mr. Harold F. Mason
The Rev. Portia A. Mather-Hempler ’84
Mrs. Dorothy Matsuo
Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Matsu
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Mattison
The Rev. J. Hollis Maxson ’61
Mr. Fred Maxwell
Mr. Kennard Maxwell
Patricia H. Mayo
Ms. Kathryn J. McAdams
The Rev. Roderick N. McAulay ’99 and
Ms. Mary McAulay
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. McBride
Ms. Connie McCarroll
The Rev. Melissa Jane McCarthy ’05
Ms. Donna McCartney
The Rev. Molly McCarty ’87
Mr. and Mrs. Mark McClure
The Rev. Joyce McConnell
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McConner
The Rev. Michael McCue ’80 and
Ms. Maureen Walsh
Mr. and Mrs. James McCutcheon
Ms. Lezley L. McDouall ’00
Ms. Jane M. A. McDougle ’05
The Rev. James McDowell
Mr. Wilber V. McGuire
Ms. Imogen McIndoe
Mrs. Anne Dryden McKeever
Mrs. Evelyn McKinley-Andresen
The Rev. Robert G. McNaul ’68
Ms. Virginia D. McNeely
The Rev. Nayan McNeill ’00 and
Ms. Jordan Greiner
Mary McNelis
The Rev. Helen C. McPeak ’97 and
Mr. Robert A. McPeak
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McWilliams
The Rev. Milton E. McWilliams ’49
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The Rev. Babs M. Meairs ’79
The Rev. Janice Meikle
Mr. Peter F. Melia
The Rev. Emily Mellott ’05
Dr. Douglas B. Menuez ’94
Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Themistocles G. Michos
Mrs. Ethel B. Middleton
Mrs. Constance E. Miller
The Rev. Jo Anne Miller ’05
The Rev. Joel P. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John I. Miller
Ms. Kathryn M. Miller
Mrs. Lauretta Miller †
Jean V. Millward
Mr. George E. Minkel
Merle Minks
Mrs. Mary C. Mitchell ’62
Ms. Helen G. Mitts
Mrs. Hildegard M. Mohr ’39
Mr. Peter Mohr
G. L. Monahan
Susann M. Monroe
Dr. Lee A. Montgomery
Mr. William W. Montgomery, III
The Rev. Anne Moore ’05
Ms. Charlotte M. Moore and
Ms. Bernice M. Yahya
The Rev. Courtland M. Moore ’53
Ms. Constance F. Moorehead
Dr. Douglas Moorehead
The Rev. Linda T. Moore
The Rev. Michael Moore
Dr. David D. Moran
The Rev. Lynette K. Morlan ’03 and
Mr. David Morlan
Mrs. Caralee L. Morris
The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Morris
Ms. Rae Morrison
Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Moses
The Rev. Canon Barbara Mudge ’82
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Mullen
The Rev. William Muller ’06
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Mullins
Ayliffe B. Mumford
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Munro
Ms. Maggie Munson
Ms. Elizabeth B. Munz
Karl F. Munz
Mrs. Margaret F. Murdach
The Rev. Beth M. Murphy, D.Min. ’02
Ms. Hallie Murphy
The Ven. Hartshorn Murphy, Jr.
Ms. Kathryn M. Murphy
Ms. Linda Murphy
Ms. Kathleen Murray
The Rev. Brooke Myers ’79 and
The Rev. Anne H. Kelsey ’89
The Rev. Jeannette Myers ’79
Dr. and Mrs. Spence Myers
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Nagy
Dr. James Naify
The Rev. Kenneth M. Near
The Rev. Christopher F. Neely ’61
Ms. Mary K. Neumeister
New York Life Foundation
Mr. Russell A. Newbert
Summer/Fall 2007
Ms. Nancy Newmeyer
Mrs. Mary W. Newton
The Rev. John R. Nicholas ’48
Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Nishikawa
The Rev. Stephen C. Norcross ’68
Barbara K. Nourse
The Rev. Ellie P. Novak-Scofield
The Rev. Brian F. Nurding ’60
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nutting, Jr.
Page K. O’Connor
M. V. O’Kane
The Rev. Bruce D. O’Neill
The Rev. Denis M. O’Pray ’96
Mr. Ivan C. Odom
The Rev. Lynn Margaret Oldham Robinett ’98
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Orcutt
Jane S. Ord
The Rev. Gary W. Ost ’72
Church of Our Saviour
Mill Valley, CA
The Rev. Richard E. Helmer ’02
Bonita A. Palmer, M.D. ’02
The Rev. Joann L. Paolozzi ’89
The Rev. G. Palmer Pardington, Ph.D.
The Rev. Dennis j. Parker ’03
The Rev. L. Lynn Parker ’53 and
Mrs. Ruby Parker
The Rev. Preston Parsons ’04, ’06
Ms. Susan D. Parsons and
Mr. Bruce Murphy ’03
Mr. and Mrs. G. Aaron Paxson
Ms. Pamela A. Payne
Ms. Judith A. Peak
Mrs. Inez V. Peck
Mr. Raymond Pere
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Perkins
Mrs. Carlotta G. Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Q. Phelps
The Rev. Alvin K. Phillips
Ms. Cynthia Phillips
Ms. Diane Pickell-Gore ’04
The Ven. Dirk T. Rinehart Pidcock ’66
The Rev. Nathaniel W. Pierce ’72
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pierce
The Rev. Lauran Pifke ’06
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Pilmer
Ms. Jean M. Pinder
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Piscopo
Mrs. Eleanor H. Platt ’59
Ms. Deborah Pogue and Mr. Mike Pogue
The Rev. Esther H. Poirier ’02
Mrs. Lynne Polak
Mr. Charles E. Powell
The Rev. Barbara Preas
The Rev. and Mrs. William S. Pregnall,
D.D. ’90
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Prehm
Ms. Eva J. Proby
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Punua
Mr. Robert H. Purcell
Mr. Wallace G. Putnam
The Rev. Diosdado T. Quinton ’05
Martha Raby
The Rev. Mary S. Ramos ’06
Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Rands
Prescott C. Rasmussen, M.D.
The Rev. Wayne A. Ray, Ph.D. ’72
Ms. Jane C. Redmont
Mr. William T. Reeves
Dr. Michael Reid ’07 and Mr. Bill Robnett
Jacqueline F. Reinhartsen
Anne Reisman
Mr. Nigel A. Renton
Ms. Judith Reuss ’04
Ms. Roxanne Rhoades
The Rev. Robert W. Rhodes ’74 and
Mrs. Rita H. Rhodes
The Rev. William C. Rhodes
The Rev. Daniel P. Richards ’03 and
Ms. Amy Crowley
Mrs. Shirley B. Richards
Laura C. Rico ’58
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Rider
The Rev. George Ridgway ’59
The Rev. Bill Riedell
Ms. Sally Riggs
The Rev. John D. Riley † ’54
Ms. Victoria Daniel Riley ’05
Ms. Betty Rinehart
The Rt. Rev. Victor M. Rivera † ’44, ’65
Ms. J. Robin Robb, Ph.D. ’63
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Roberts
Ms. Susan J. Roberts ’05
Ms. Wendie Roberts
The Rev. Charles E. Robinson ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Robinson
Dr. Kenneth Robison
Ms. Jan Robitscher
Bobbe Rockoff
Ms. Alice Rockwell
Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgers
Mr. Claude Rogers
Ms. Helen Rogers
Mrs. Jess Rogers
Mr. Charles A. Rohrmann
The Rev. Carla E. Roland ’01
Mr. Gary L. Rominger
Sue C. Root ’63
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rosch
Ms. Jeanne Rosebrock
The Rev. Donna Ross ’84
Mrs. Carol Roy
Star L. Rudge
The Rev. Dr. Lloyd G. Rupp ’64
Ms. Ann S. Russell
Mrs. Helen V. Russom
Ms. F. Elliott Ryder
The Rev. Katherine E. M. Salinaro
Mr. Bob Sampson and Mrs. Joan Sampson
Mrs. Frances Sampson
The Rev. Canon Kenneth B. Samuelson ’49
Ms. Jaime Sanders ’07 and Mr. Steve Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sanders, Jr.
Ms. Faith Sand
The Rev. Carol W. Sanford ’05 and
Mr. Grady Sanford
Mr. Jim Sargent
Ms. Judith A. Sato ’07
The Rev. Ann M. Saunderson
Mr. Frederic A. Sawyer
Dr. Jack Sawyer
The Rev. John Schaefer, III ’91
The Rev. Stuart A. and
Mrs. Audrey S. Schlegel ’60
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The Rev. Marni J. Schneider ’86
Virginia Schneidmiller
Ms. Gretchen A. Schodde
Ms. Doris Schoeben
The Rev. Zoila C. Schoenbrun ’80, ’84
Mr. George W. Schramm
Virginia T. Schroeder
Mr. James O. Schuyler
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Schwantes
Bonnie D. Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scott
Ms. Nancy Sears
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Seebach
Miss Nina E. Sellers
Ms. Margaret Sell
Mr. Terrence Sempowski
The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Shackell ’60
Ms. Johnnette Shane ’06
The Rev. Ray Sheldon
Mr. Wylie R. Sheldon
Ms. Hilda Shepherd
The Rev. Jimmy H. Shiode and
Ms. Anne Y. Ito
Ms. Anne Shirvanian
Mrs. J. R. Shreeves
Dick and Julie Shryock
The Rev. Courtney A. Shucker II ’96
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Shurtleff
Ms. Julie Siegfried
The Rev. Karen F. Siegfriedt ’92
The Rev. Dr. Edward R. Sims ’49, ’76
The Rev. Dr. Gregory M. Sims ’60
The Rev. Richard O. Sims
The Rev. Dr. Scott Sinclair ’76, ’86
Ms. Joan M. Sinex
Mr. Gaylord A. Sisk
Ms. Roberta J. Sisk
The Rev. Gary W. Sitton ’64
The Rev. Montie B. Slusher
Mr. Carl Smith
Mrs. Charlene Smith
Mr. David Y. Smith
Mr. Dean H. Smith
The Rev. George J. Smith ’54
The Rev. and Mrs. James A. Smith
The Rev. John F. Smith
Mr. Ralph Smith
The Rev. Susan M. Smith, Ph.D. ’02
The Rev. Dr. Theothus H. Smith ’87
The Rev. Wendy M. Smith, Ph.D.
Ms. Karen Smits
The Rev. Galen D. Snodgrass
Dr. and Mrs. James P. Snodgrass
The Rev. Susan Snook ’03 and
Thomas Snook
Ms. Diane Snow
Mr. Frank Snow
Ms. Sandra M. Sobie
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Somerville
The Rev. Norman F. Somes ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sommer
The Rev. Harry R. Sorensen ’59
Ms. Judy E. Spain
The Rev. Robert J. Spangler ’68
The Rev. Douglas M. Spence ’59
Mrs. Judith M. Sprague
The Rev. Kay W. Sprague
Summer/Fall 2007
St. Edward the Confessor Episcopal Church
Minneapolis, MN
The Rev. Margaret W. Thomas
St. Francis’ Episcopal Church
San Francisco, CA
The Rev. Bente A. Carter ’92
St. James’ Episcopal Church
Milton-Freewater, OR
Mr. and Mrs. G. Lynn Crawford
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Ross, CA
The Rev. Christopher Rankin-Williams
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Park City, UT
The Rev. Charles E. Robinson ’88
St. Macrina the Younger Episcopal Church
Larkspur, CA
The Rev. Elizabeth A. DeRuff ’98
St. Margaret’s Chair Committee
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Ritzville, WA
The Parish of St. Matthew
Pacific Palisades, CA
The Rev. David W. Miller
Mr. Sanford Stadtfeld and
Ms. Christine Jarc-Stadtfeld
The Rev. John H. Staley ’62
Mildred E. Starkie
The Rev. David Starr ’05
Ms. C. Diane Stavrum ’07
The Rev. H. Joanne Stearns ’84
Thomas H. Steele
Ms. Grace Steers
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steinberg
Ms. Ethel S. Stevens
Ms. Jane B. Stevick
The Rev. Robert E. Stiefel
The Rev. Thomas W. Stodghill, III ’96 and
The Rev. Dawnell Stodghill ’96
Ms. Doris A. Stoessel
The Rev. Diana L. Stoffregen ’94 and
Mr. Robert Stoffregen
Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Street
Mr. Eric Stroo
The Rev. Ann M. Sullivan, LMFT ’97
The Rev. Derwent A. Suthers ’55
Judy Suvak
The Rev. Canon Ronald L. Swanson ’59
The Rev. and Mrs. Howard L. Swinehart
Elizabeth D. Taft
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Takane
Mrs. Nora Takenouchi
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taresh
Mr. Stewart G. Tattersall and
The Rev. Elizabeth Tattersall
The Rev. Canon Charles A. Taylor, Jr. ’59
Mrs. Eugenie B. Taylor
Joanne Taylor
Mrs. Marilyn Taylor
The Rev. Marylou M. Taylor
Dr. Patricia L. Taylor
Mrs. Phillis Taylor ’74
The Rev. Canon Lee B. Teed ’90
Mr. Henry Teichert
The Rev. and Mrs. James R. Tendick ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tharratt
Ms. Jean Thelwell
The Rev. Richard H. Thew
The Rev. David R. Thomas ’68 and
Mrs. Daphne Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Thomas
The Rev. Margaret Lucie Thomas ’95
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thomas
The Rev. Brian J. Thom ’87
The Rev. Edward E. Thompson ’95
Ms. Laurel D. Tierney
Ms. Lorraine Tiffany-Malone
The Rev. Maureen Tighe ’96
Mrs. George F. Tittmann
The Rev. Laura L. Toepfer ’01
The Rev. John C. Tolley ’88
Ms. Dorothy Tomilson
Ms. Beverly L. Tornquist
The Rev. Cn. Frances Tornquist ’89
The Rev. Stephanie M. Tramel ’00 and
The Rev. James R. Tramel ’03
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Treanor, Sr.
Mrs. Carol T. Trelease
Mr. Kern R. Trembath and
Ms. Sally M. Vance-Trembath
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Ms. Joyce Wilson
Rose C. Trollinger
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Trussell
The Rev. Canon William E. Tudor ’59
Janet D. Tuffli
The Rev. Jane C. Turner ’83
The Rev. Maurice E. Turner ’73
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Tuttle
Ms. Frances S. L. Tyau
The Rev. Aaron Uitti ’98
Steven A. Ullrich
Dr. James Van Tassel ’71
The Rev. Dina E. van Klaveren ’06
The Rev. Thomas M. VanCulin ’90
Ms. Pat Vassaux
Capt. and Mrs. D. J. Vellis
Mr. and Mrs. Jean L. Vidal
The Rev. Jack T. Viggers ’58
Ms. Nadine V. Waggershauser
Dick Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Walker
Thomas F. Walker
Mr. William S. Walker
Mr. David D. Waller
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wallis
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Walters
The Rev. Carol Walton ’04
Mrs. Ava L. Wanlin
Mr. and Mrs. Nelden H. Ward
The Rev. S. Mortimer Ward, IV ’64
The Rev. Debra Warwick Sabino
Ms. Susan Watson
The Rev. Wendy Watson
The Rev. Sharon L. Watton
Ms. Kimberly Watts-Willis and
Mr. Gregg L. Willis
The Rev. J. W. Wauters, Jr. ’80
Mrs. Angus Weatherhead
Ms. Barbara M. Webb
Mr. and Mrs. Virginus Webster
Mr. and Mrs. R. Paul Weddell
The Rev. Lawrence Weeks ’96
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Weimer
Dr. Claude Welch ’73
Wayne and Catherine Welcome
The Rev. Edith B. Weller ’03 and John Weller
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wennerholm
Ms. Evelyn P. Werdal
The Rev. Judy Werner-Hall
Mrs. Georgia Westdahl
Mr. George R. Westfall
Ms. Jane M. Weston ’06
The Rev. David W. Wettstein ’92
Mrs. Clyde G. Whelden
The Rev. Carolyn White ’88
Kate M. Whitley
The Rev. Andrea L. Wight ’03
Mr. Dennis H. Wilder and
The Rev. Marilyn H. Wilder
Z. I. Wilks
Mrs. Berthilde Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Gene B. Williams
James and Margaret Williams
Ms. Juanita Willitts
Mr. John M. Willows, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Wilson
The Rev. Howard L. Wilson, D.D. ’53, ’76
and Mrs. Ruth H. Wilson ’52
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. R. Winchester
The Ven. Francis L. Winder ’57
The Rev. Walter V. Windsor ’85
Mr. and Mrs. W P. Winiarski
Mr. Jerry Witherspoon
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Witzig
The Rev. Julie C. Wizorek ’01
The Rev. V. Eugene Wolfe ’67
The Rev. Ellen K. Wondra, Ph.D. ’76
Evelyn S. Wood
The Rev. Jan S. Wood ’86 and
Mr. Philip Wood
The Rev. Roger H. Wood ’57
Doris A. Woods
Ms. Jenny Jo Woods
Ms. Lucy Y. Worthington
Dr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Worth
Virginia Woy
The Rev. Jo Anne S. Wright ’87
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Wright
Mrs. Willda J. Wyatt
Louis P. Xigogianis
The Rev. Eric B. Yeoman, III ’67, ’77
The Rev. Joan E. Yetter ’98
The Rev. John H. Yoder ’76
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Yoon
Mrs. and Mr. Bebe B. York
Mr. Bill Youngblood
The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Younge ’79
The Rev. Gary J. Young ’75
Mrs. Kathleen L. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Young
Mrs. Marjorie V. D. Zahner
Ms. Andee Zetterbaum
The Rev. Judith J. Ziemann ’89
Mrs. Virginia Zinakorjian
Mr. William F. Zobrist, Jr.
Summer/Fall 2007
Gibbs Society Members
The
George
and
Augusta
Gibbs
Society
George and Augusta Gibbs,
our founding benefactors,
had a vision for
theological education
in the West,
and their vision
has been realized in
Church Divinity School
of the Pacific.
CDSP is a center for
theological education
and dialogue
throughout the church,
and the world.
Gibbs Society members
participate in that vision
by including CDSP
in their estate plans.
Allan and Anne Affleck
Mrs. Virginia Alberg
The Rev. Albert E. Allen ’90
The Rev. John M. Allen ’02 and
Mrs. Georgene Allen
The Rev. Mary L. Allen ’86
The Rev. Stuart Anderson ’55 and
Mrs Larayne Anderson.
The Rev. Mary H. Atwood ’80
Mr. Paul Atwood
The Rev. Dr. William H. Aulenbach ’60
Mrs. Dorothy Banks
Dr. Hobart M. Banks †
Ms. Dee H. Barrett †
The Rev. Canon F. Kenneth Barta ’53
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barton
The Rev. Richard G. Belliss ’56 and
Mrs. Joan Belliss
Ms. Dolores V. Bennett ’57, ’58
The Rev. T. James Bethell, D.D. ’67 ’00
and Mrs. Anne Bethell
The Rev. Thomas S. Bigelow ’63
Ms. Kay E. Bishop
Dr. Richard and Dr. Nancy Bohannon
Adelaide M. Booker †
Ms. Barbara S. Borsch ’91 and The Rt.
Rev. Frederick H. Borsch, D.D. ’81
Ms. Bernice Bradley
Mrs. Betty C. Brainerd †
Mr. Dean L. Brasfield †
Ms. Mollyanne Brewer
Mrs. Barbara P. Bright †
The Very Rev. Dr. Donald G. Brown ’98,
’05 and Mrs. Carol Anne Brown ’05
Mr. Samuel H. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Buffington
The Rev. Dr. Jeffrey L. Bullock ’80, ’99
and Mrs. Nancy Danow
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Caldwell ’45, ’82
Frank Caldwell †
Caroline L. Cameron †
The Rev. Brenton H. Carey ’93 and
Ms. Elizabeth H. Hardy
The Rev. Canon Grant S. Carey ’57
Mrs. Eleanor S. Chang
Mrs. Sam Choat
The Rev. Dr. Linda L. Clader ’88 and
The Rev. Nicholas Ristad
The Rev. William P. Clancey, Jr. ’64
The Rev. C. Robbins Clark ’81
The Rev. Ann S. Coburn ’77
The Rev. Michael C. Coburn ’77 and
Ms. Carol Lewis
Mrs. Anne J. Cogswell †
The Rev. Colby A. Cogswell ’63
Mr. Michael L. Cole ’73
Mrs. Albert J. Colton ’63
Mrs. Jean Conkright
Mr. Alan Conner † ’99 ’65
Mr. Eugene Corbett †
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The Rev. Charles T. Crane ’57
The Rev. Susan Creighton ’79
The Rev. Lisa K. Cressman ’92 and
Dr. Erik N. Cressman
The Rev. William E. Crews ’58 and
Mrs. Ann H. Crews
The Rev. Dorothy Curry ’82
Loie Shires Curtis
Mr. Burt L. Davis †
Ms. Sarah Ann Davis
The Very Rev. Cn. John E. Day ’91 and
Mrs. Gail Day
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Dick, Jr.
The Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Dickson ’79 and
Mr. William Dickson
The Rev. Canon Thomas Doyle ’76
The Rev. Robert E. Droste ’00 and
Mrs. Karla Droste
Florence R. Earnist †
The Rev. Dr. James T. Elliott ’65 and
Mrs. Anne Avery
Mr. and Mrs. Blair A. Erigero
The Rev. Nancy G. Eswein ’97
Mr. and Mrs. Peter K. Fleming
The Rev. Canon Joan B. Ford, Ph.D.,
D.D. ’90 ’04
The Rev. Dr. and Dr. Charles S. Foss ’90
Mrs. M. Stephen Foster
Mrs. Charles H. Fox ’58
Frank E. Leaphart Trust
Mrs. Lorraine C. Freeman †
Mrs. Marion D. Funk ’61
The Rev. Canon Winifred B. Gaines, D.D.
’78 ’00 and Dr. Robert F. Gaines ’80
Mrs. Muriel Galt
Mr. John R. Gardner †
The Rev. Dr. Randal B. Gardner ’84
The Rev. Samuel M. Garrett † ’46, ’84
Dr. Albert Gegenheimer † ’92
The Rev. Mary L. Goshert ’79
The Rev. Richard L. Green ’91 and
The Rev. Kathleen Patton ’90
The Rev. Blaine J. Gutmacher ’66
The Rev. Alvin S. Haag, Ph.D.
The Rev. Canon Samir J. Habiby ’58
Dr. Bernard Haldane † ’96
Dr. Jean Haldane ’96
Mrs. Carol Hall
The Rev. G. B. Hall † ’80 ’92
Joanna J. Hall
Ms. Anna C. Hansen †
The Rev. John G. Harrell † ’47
Ms. M. Antoinette Harris
The Rev. Ardith Hayes ’06
Ms. Mary B. Hefner †
The Rev. Patricia D. Hendrickson ’02
and The Rev. Katherine A. Lewis ’02
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Hibler
The Rev. Polly H. Hilsabeck ’85
Janet W. Hilton
Cdr. J.D.P. Hodapp, Jr., USN, (Ret.)
Dr. James F. Hodges †
Mrs. Ann B. Hodgkin
Summer/Fall 2007
The Ven. Wilfred H. Hodgkin † ’49, ’59
The Very Rev. Allan H. Hohlt ’66 and
Dr. Winifred L. Hohlt
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Huffman
Mrs. Adeline D. Hugo
The Rev. Janet M. Holland and The Rev.
Dr. Lawrence S. Hunter ’92 ’04
Mr. Charles Mark Ingram
The Rev. Charles O. Ingram, Ph.D. ’84
Mrs. Frances Ingram †
Mrs. Iona M. Jackson † ’56
Ms. Madeline Jacobsen †
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Janopaul
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori,
D.D. ’94 ’01
Miss Marian Jenkins †
The Rev. Debora L. Jennings ’93
Ms. Alma J. Jeschien †
The Rev. Lucretia Jevne ’96 and
The Rev. Walter E. Phelps ’59
Mr. Orville Johnson
The Very Rev. Donald A. Jones ’63 and
Mrs. Margaret S. Jones
The Rev. James B. Jones, D.D. ’64, ’91
Mr. Marion W. Jones †
Mrs. Merrilyn Jones †
Nancy O. Kaehr, M.D. ’99 and
The Rev. Michael G. Kaehr
The Rev. Dr. John L. Kater, Jr.
Mrs. Georgene T. Keeler and
Mr. Hayes Keeler
The Rev. Preston T. Kelsey, D.D. ’61, ’93
and Mrs. Virginia Kelsey
Mr. Daniel W. King
The Rev. Kathryn L. King ’95
Mr. Gerald C. Kratz
The Rev. Alvin P. Lafon ’54
Frances A. Lana
Amelie M. LeClair
The Rev. Dr. Katherine M. Lehman
’82, ’06 and Mr. Clay Lehman
Mrs. Emily T. Lepper †
Mrs. El Frieda Liese †
The Rev. Eliza Linley ’90
Morey and Cynthia Lloyd
Mrs. Charles E. Lott
Mr. Phillips H. Lovering †
Mrs. Kate H. MacArthur ’51
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Maloof
The Rev. Caryl A. Marsh ’77
The Rev. Peter Maupin † ’81
The Rev. Dr. Jane F. Maynard ’92 and
Mr. James Treyens
The Rev. Joyce McConnell
Ms. Ginny McCormick
Mrs. Evelyn McKinley-Andresen
Margaret McPherson
Mrs. Gretchen E. McWilliams † ’48
The Rev. Milton E. McWilliams ’49
Mrs. Margaret W. Mealy
Mrs. Elsie Merritt
The Rt. Rev. G. Richard Millard ’60
Mrs. Margaret L. Montgomery
Dr. Donn F. Morgan and
Dr. Alda M. Morgan ’64, ’84, ’03
The Rev. Mary K. Morrison ’00 and
The Rev. Claudia Jo Weber ’00
The Rev. Michael Munro ’83 and
The Rev. Machrina Blasdell ’84
The Rev. Edward E. Murphy † ’58
Ms. Kathryn M. Murphy
Mr. Clay Myers † ’92
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Myers
Mr. Theodore J. Nicou
The Rev. Shunji F. Nishi † ’44, ’85
Mrs. Carolyn Nixon †
The Rev. Oliver Nixon † ’56
Miss Eugenie Omberg †
Mr. Roy N. Ordway
The Very Rev. Charles A. Perry ’96 and
Mrs. Joy Perry
The Very Rev. W. H. Petersen, Ph.D. ’66,
’76 and Mrs. Priscilla E. Petersen
Ms. Jean M. Pinder
Mrs. Eleanor H. Platt ’59
Mrs. Robert Poland
Ms. Elizabeth H. Purdy
Mr. Nigel A. Renton
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rice
Mrs. Ray Riess
Dr. Frank H. Robinson †
Raymond G. Rushlight †
The Rev. Dr. Joseph P. Russell † ’68 ’03
Mrs. Ardeen Russell-Quinn and
Mr. Ralph E. Quinn
Mrs. Anna Gwyn Rutherford †
Mr. G. Williams Rutherford ’98
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ryan
The Rev. Cn. Charles W. Sacquety, Jr.
’65 ’00
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Sally
Mrs. Beverly Sarjeant
The Rev. J. B. Sarjeant † ’65 ’06
Mabel E. Saslow †
The Rev. Richard Schaper and
Ms. Anita R. Ostrom
The Rev. Stuart A. Schlegel ’60 and
Mrs. Audrey S. Schlegel
Mr. Bernie E. Schwandt †
Mrs. Maxine Schwandt †
Mr. and Mrs. David G. Seabury
Mr. Terrence Sempowski
Mr. Barton W. Shackelford † ’93
Mrs. Charlaine M. Shackelford
The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Shackell
The Rev. Sallie Shippen ’82
Ms. J. Suzanne Siebert
Mrs. Susan L. Simons †
The Rev. Dr. Peter W. Sipple ’69, ’06
and Mrs. Margaret E. Sipple ’69, ’06
Mr. Donald H. Smith
Ms. Jayne K. Smith
Mr. Marshall R. Smith, Jr.
The Rev. Mac R. Stanley † ’55
Mrs. Wanda Stanley
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Thomas Swearengen ’71 and
Nancy Swearengen
Mr. and Mrs. William Swindells
Dr. Lavette C. Teague, Jr. ’79
The Rev. Elizabeth J. Thomas †
The Rev. Margaret Lucie Thomas ’95
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Thomas, Jr.
Mrs. Catherine A. Thompson
Mr. Frank A. Thompson † ’76
The Rt. Rev. John L. Thompson †
The Rev. Dennis S. Tierney, Ph.D. ’02
and Dr. Grace E. Grant
Mrs. Evelyn S. Tinston †
Mr. Thomas R. Tinston
The Rev. Dr. Fran Toy ’96 ’84 and
Mr. Arthur C. Toy
The Very Rev. Murray L. Trelease ’59
and Mrs. Mariette Trelease
Mrs. Martha True
Mr. Paul L. True †
Ms. Eugenia E. Tyson †
Mrs. Anne Vance ’97
Mr. Fred L. Vance †
Irving W. Varley †
Miss Margaret H. Voris
Mrs. Jeanne Wales
Mr. Max Wales †
Mrs. Charlotte B. Walker †
The Rev. William L. Wallace ’65
Mr. Ellsworth M. Walston †
The Rev. Dr. Katherine L. Ward ’94, ’05
and Mr. John Ward
Mrs. Laura P. Waste
Mr. William T. E. Waste †
Ms. Margo Webster
The Rev. Dr. Louis Weil
Miss Florence Wernham †
The Rev. Robert Williams
Mrs. Ruth H. Wilson and
The Rev. Howard L. Wilson, D.D. ’52
Mrs. Mary-Jane Wood
Mrs. Elizabeth Woods
Mrs. Vivian Woods †
Judith P. Yeakel
The Rev. William K. Young ’77, 78 and
Mrs. Katharine D. Young
The Rev. Cn. Curtis R. Zimmerman ’74
Summer/Fall 2007
Gifts to the Annual Fund
in Memory of:
Honor
and
Memorial
Gifts
Frances June Annette Bartlett
John Brewer
Christy Brothers
The Rev. Canon Jose D. Carlo, ’61 ’82
The Rev. B. B. V. Lyon, Jr. ’67
The Rev. George H. Quarterman, Jr. ’59
The Rev. J. Barton Sarjeant ’65, ’06
Joseph and Margaretta Skinner
Fred Vance
The Rev. Canon Roger Wilkowski ’88
Barney Wever
Prof. Charles F. Whisten
Gifts to the Annual Fund
in Honor of:
Allan Affleck
Michael Barham
Donald Casella
The Rev. Dr. Linda Clader ’88
The Rev. Dr. L. William Countryman
Elizabeth Easton
Roger S. Greene
Deborah Heathcock
Margaret Hudak
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
’94, ’01
The Rev. Donald A. Jones ’63
The Rev. Dr. John L. Kater, Jr.
Georgene Keeler
N. David Lawson
Robert E. Lederer
The Rev. Brooke Myers ’79
The Rev. Stephen Norcross ’68
Kirstin Paisley
The Rev. Stephanie E. Parker
The Rev. Frances Schjonberg ’00
The Rev. Jan Wood ’86
time spent at CDSP
the people and ministries of the Church
Gift to the Fran Toy Prize
in Honor of:
The Golden Wedding Anniversary of Art
and Fran Toy ’84, ’96
Gifts to the Capital
Campaign in Memory of:
Neydene Ayers
Dr. Olive Backus
The Rev. Canon Marvin H. Blake, ’61
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John Brewer
Marguerite Brewster
Susan Smith Chapman
Betsy Davis
Margaret Davis
Marie B. Fitch
Margot Fletcher
The Rev. Canon John Stillman Gill,
D.D. ’78
Gwen Gracely
Katherine Grammar
Agnes Henson
Ruth Jenkins
Nan Johnson
Betsy Rodenmayer
Gretchen McWilliams
Betty Odell
Mother Carrie Oval
Eileen Elmira Rolston
Barbara Ross Rivera, nee Starbuck
Agnes Sanford
The Rev. J. Barton Sarjeant ’65, ’06
Tasse Snyder
Lois Thompson
Inez Blohm Williams
Gifts to the Capital
Campaign in Honor of:
The Rev. Diana D. Akiyama ’88
Fran Andrus
Marilyn Belove
The Very Rev. Cynthia Louise Black
’85, ’06
Barbara Borsch ’91
The Rev. Diane Brelsford ’86
Frances T. Brown
The Rev. Thomas J. Brown ’97
The Rev. Linda Campbell ’02
Mrs. L. Carter
The Rev. Ruth Casipit-Paguio ’04
Diane Chapuis
The Rev. Dr. Linda Clader ’88
The Rev. William P. Clancey ’64
The Rev. C. Robbins Clark ’81
Elizabeth B. Clark
The Rev. Dr. Ruth Ann Clark
Ethlyn Bass Coggins
The Rev. Arlinda Cosby ’79
The Rev. Dr. L. William Countryman
The Rev. Esther Davis ’64, ’87
Deaconess Mary E. S. Dawson
Kathleen Dawson
Shelley Denney
Dody Donnelly
Elizabeth Easton
The Rev. Anne Fontaine
Martha Gaines
The Rev. Canon Winifred B. Gaines,
D.D.’78, ’00
Marjorie E. Goldsborough
Summer/Fall 2007
Mission
Statement
Responding to the challenges of contemporary society with the Good
News of Jesus Christ, CDSP, a seminary of the Episcopal Church, rooted in
our Anglican identity and tradition, provides quality theological education
that integrates scholarship, reflection, worship, spirituality, and the practice of ministry.
We fulfill our mission in dialogue with a changing church and world.
Committed to an innovative vision of theological education, CDSP:
• Serves as a resource for the mission of the Church.
• Embraces diversity as a gift of the Spirit and an outcome of the Gospel.
• Understands social justice as a core expression of the Gospel.
• Trains the widest possible variety of effective lay and ordained ministers.
• Forms skillful and empowering leaders for mission.
• Engages in responsive and proactive partnerships in ministry development.
• Gathers and creates communities from across the church for learning,
spiritual enrichment and mission.
• Calls the church to re-imagine its mission and ministry in light of
conflicting cultural values.
• Cooperates and collaborates with the GTU and other partners worldwide.
The Church Divinity School of the Pacific is a graduate theological seminary
and center of theological study of the Episcopal Church and is a founding and sustaining member of the Graduate Theological Union, an interfaith consortium in
Berkeley, California. CDSP is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools
and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
The Rev. Stacey Grossman ’96
The Rev. Margaret Gunther
The Rev. L. Ann Hallisey ’81, ’05
Betty Harrah
Mary P. Harrell
Agnes Hartman
Cary Haurum
The Rev. Suzanne Hiatt
Deaconess Anita Hodgkin
The Rev. Dr. Arthur G. Holder
The Rev. Janet M. Holland Hunter
Florence Holley
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
’94, ’01
The Ven. Dorothy K. Jones
The Rev. Dr. John L. Kater, Jr.
Georgene Keeler
The Rev. Kathleen Kelly ’05
Patricia Kilpatrick
The Rev. Hope Koski
The Rev. Dr. Lizette Larson-Miller
The Rev. Dr. Katherine M. Lehman ’82,
’99, ’06
The Rev. Eliza Linley ’90
Marjorie Goldsborough Little
The Rev. Marcia M. Lockwood ’83
An-Veng Loh
The Rev. Debra L. Low-Skinner ’97
The Rev. Dr. J. Rebecca Lyman
Denise Main, M.D.
Ruth Marsh
Canon Holly McAlpen ’07
Stephanie McDonald
Frankie McLeod
Jean Skinner Miller
Dr. Alda Marsh Morgan ’64, ’84, ’03
Kathleen Moore
Marguerite Parkman
Nancy Partanen
The Rev. Kristi Philip ’85, ’04
Linda Potter
Gail Ramshaw
Richard and Betsy Randolph
Anna Rasmussen
Carol Reese
Jaime Sanders
The Rev. Joanne Sanders ’00
Mary Schaper
Ane Katrine Severinsen
The Rev. Wendy Smith
Nancy Sugars
The Rev. Margaret Hanson Taylor
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The Rev. Marylou Taylor
The Rev. Pat Taylor
Margaret Thor
The Rev. Dr. Fran Toy ’84, ’96
Frances Bass Traynham
Sally Vance-Trembath
The Rev. Jenny Vervynck
Ellen Murasaki Wehall
The Rev. Dr. Louis Weil
The Rev. San West
Jan West
Wilda Faye Williams
Candace J. Woessner
The Rev. Salying Wong ’05
The Rev. Jan Wood ’86
Zoila
the Sisters of Transfiguration
of Eureka and Ohio
Summer/Fall 2007
Individual Giving to the
Annual Fund
July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007
Annual
Fund
Annual Fund gifts
are vital to our mission.
These gifts help us
keep our lights on
and our libraries open.
$25,000 +
Mr. Richard C. Seaver †
$10,000 - $24,999
Anonymous
Mr. R. Miller Adams and
Dr. Cheryl Roberts
Seattle, WA
Allan and Anne Affleck
Kirkland, WA
Dr. Ellsworth C. Alvord ’03 and
Dr. Nancy Alvord ’03
Seattle, WA
The Very Rev. Dr. Donald G. Brown ’98,
’05 and
Mrs. Carol Anne Brown ’05
Berkeley, CA
The Rev. Canon Joan B. Ford, Ph.D.,
D.D. ’90, ’04
San Diego, CA
Nancy O. Kaehr, M.D. ’99 and
The Rev. Michael G. Kaehr
La Jolla, CA
The Rev. and Mrs. Preston T. Kelsey,
D.D. ’61, ’93
Hanover, NH
Dr. Donn F. Morgan and
Dr. Alda M. Morgan ’64, ’84, ’03
Berkeley, CA
Mr. William T. C. Stevens and
Mrs. Cornelia H. Stevens
Portland, OR
Mrs. Ruth Torbet †
Mrs. Marcia Tuttle
Scottsdale, AZ
$5,000 - $9,999
Mrs. Caroline Booth and
Mr. Corwin Booth
Oakland, CA
The Rev. Dr. Linda L. Clader ’88 and
The Rev. Nicholas Ristad
Vallejo, CA
The Rev. Ann S. Coburn ’77
Berkeley, CA
Ms. May H. Ferguson †
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagey
Woodside, CA
The Rev. Rosa Lee Harden ’99 and
Mr. Kevin Jones
San Francisco, CA
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Haynes
San Rafael, CA
The Rt. Rev. Carolyn Tanner Irish,
D.D. ’99
Salt Lake City, UT
Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Jelley ’00
Oakland, CA
The Rev. Eliza Linley ’90
Aptos, CA
The Rt. Rev. Robert M. Wolterstorff † ’78
Judith P. Yeakel
Langley, WA
$2,500 - $4,999
The Rev. Richard G. Belliss ’56
and Mrs. Joan Belliss
Santa Clarita, CA
The Rev. Canon Winifred B. Gaines ’78,
’00 and Dr. Robert F. Gaines ’80
Sacramento, CA
S. C. Haggiard †
The Rev. Ardith Hayes ’06
Oak Park, IL
The Rt. Rev. Mark Hollingsworth, Jr. ’81
and Mrs. Susan Hollingsworth
Cleveland, OH
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Huffman
Sacramento, CA
The Rev. Dr. John L. Kater, Jr.
Walnut Creek, CA
The Most Rev. Paul Kwong ’82
Hong Kong
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Maloof
Mercer Island, WA
Mrs. Margaret W. Mealy
Berkeley, CA
The Rev. Canon Hank Mitchel ’77 and
Canon Mari Mitchel
Agoura Hills, CA
Mrs. Ray Riess
Oakland, CA
Mr. G. Williams Rutherford ’98
San Diego, CA
The Rev. Sallie Shippen ’82
Edmonds, WA
Mr. Marshall R. Smith, Jr.
Tempe, AZ
$1,000 - $2,499
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Allison
Paradise Valley, AZ
The Rev. and Mrs. Jon R. Anderson ’02
and Mrs. Anne-Drue Anderson
Santa Fe, NM
The Rt. Rev. Marc H. Andrus
San Francisco, CA
Mrs. Dorothy Banks
San Francisco, CA
Summer/Fall 2007
The Rev. Lance K. Beizer ’05
Campbell, CA
The Rev. T. James Bethell, D.D. ’67, ’00
and Mrs. Anne Bethell
Netarts, OR
Ms. Kay E. Bishop
San Francisco, CA
Mr. Jerry Campbell and
The Rev. Linda M. Campbell ’02
Kensington, CA
The Rev. Brenton H. Carey ’93 and
Ms. Elizabeth H. Hardy
San Diego, CA
Mr. J. Daniel Carlo
Coral Gables, FL
Mrs. Elizabeth Chamberlain
Woodside, CA
The Rt. Rev. Richard Sui On Chang,
D.D. ’66, ’98 and Mrs. Delia Chang
Honolulu, HI
Mr. R. Bradbury Clark ’83 and
Mrs. Polly Clark
South Pasadena, CA
Mr. Lue D. Cramblit
Carpinteria, CA
The Rev. Lisa K. Cressman ’92 and
Dr. Erik N. Cressman
Lake Elmo, MN
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dickerson
Santa Rosa, CA
Mrs. John Ederer
Sequim, WA
The Rev. Dwight W. Edwards, D.D. ’54,
’93 and
Mrs. Rosi Edwards
Pacific Grove, CA
The Rt. Rev. Robert L. Fitzpatrick
Honolulu, HI
The Rev. Cecil L. Franklin ’56
Denver, CO
Mr. Ronald V. Glens
Berkeley, CA
The Rev. Dr. David T. Gortner and
The Rev. Heather VanDeventer
El Cerrito, CA
The Rev. James C. Grant, Jr. ’58
Spokane, WA
The Rev. Blaine J. Gutmacher ’66
Scottsdale, AZ
Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Harris
Menlo Park, CA
Guy and Susan Henshaw
Walnut Creek, CA
The Very Rev. Allan H. Hohlt ’66 and
Dr. Winifred L. Hohlt
Plymouth, NH
Prof. and Mrs. Clair W. Janes
San Jose, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Janopaul
Atherton, CA
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori,
D.D. ’94, ’01
New York, NY
Mrs. Georgene T. Keeler and
Mr. Hayes Keeler
San Francisco, CA
The Rev. Canon Kathleen Marie Kelly ’05
Sacramento, CA
Mrs. Mary S. Kimball
Piedmont, CA
Mr. Daniel W. King
Tiburon, CA
Mr. Gerald C. Kratz
Oakland, CA
The Rev. Alvin P. Lafon ’54
Albany, OR
Frances A. Lana
Greenbrae, CA
Mr. and Mrs. P. Daniel Lohmeyer
Dayton, OH
The Rev. Caryl A. Marsh ’77
Salt Lake City, UT
The Rev. Dr. Daniel P. Matthews, D.D.
’59, ’84 and Mrs. Diane Matthews
Waynesville, NC
The Rev. Amanda G. R. May ’93
San Diego, CA
The Rev. K. Lesley McCloghrie ’99
Pawling, NY
Ms. Julia McCray-Goldsmith and
Mr. John McCray-Goldsmith
Emeryville, CA
Mr. John McGuinn and
Ms. Karen McGuinn
Berkeley, CA
The Rev. Canon R. John Metivier ’66
Harrow, United Kingdom
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Morrison
Lafayette, CA
Dr. Steven W. Nishibayashi and
Ms. Mary Dee Hacker
Glendale, CA
Mrs. Barbara M. Oliver
Berkeley, CA
The Rev. Cn. David Pettengill ’60 and
Mrs. Lois Pettengill
Mesa, AZ
Mrs. Joan S. Pracy
Bakersfield, CA
The Rev. William Pregnall, D. D. ’90 and
Mrs. Joye Pregnall
Irvington, VA
Mr. Nigel A. Renton
Oakland, CA
The Rev. Robert E. Reynolds ’66 and
Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds
Cincinnati, OH
The Rev. Donald L. Royer ’61
Grass Valley, CA
The Rev. Cn. Charles W. Sacquety, Jr.
’65, ’00
Huntington Beach, CA
The Rev. Richard Schaper and
Ms. Anita R. Ostrom
Mill Valley, CA
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The Rev. Mary Frances Schjonberg ’00
Bradley Beach, NJ
Mr. Barton W. Shackelford † ’93 and
Mrs. Charlaine M. Shackelford
Kentfield, CA
The Rev. Jean R. Smith, D.D. ’80, ’99
Brattleboro, VT
The Rev. John P. Tederstrom ’64
Louisville, KY
Mrs. Anne Vance ’97
Tucson, AZ
The Rev. Dr. Louis Weil
Berkeley, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Gene B. Williams
Kennewick, WA
Mrs. Vivian M. Wong
Oakland, CA
Mrs. Mary-Jane Wood
Lafayette, CA
Mr. Loring A. Wyllie and
Mrs. Beverly M. Wyllie
Lafayette, CA
$500 - $999
Anonymous
Peter and Rebecca Adams
The Rev. John M. Allen ’02 and
Mrs. Georgene Allen
Mr. Earl H. Beede
The Rt. Rev. Edmond Browning ’87 and
Dr. Patricia S. Browning ’01
The Rev. John F. Buenz, D.Min. ’65, ’96
and Mrs. Marilyn Buenz
Mrs. Eleanor S. Chang
Mrs. Sam Choat
The Rev. C. Robbins Clark ’81
The Rev. Dorothy Curry ’82
The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. John H. Eastwood
Mr. George A. Emblom and
Mr. Jonathan Dimmock
The Rev. Nancy G. Eswein ’97
The Rev. Janet Griffin ’83
Peter and Gretchen Haight
The Rev. Richard B. Harms ’58
The Rev. Jackson R. Hazelett ’65 and
Mrs. Barbara H. Hazelett
The Rev. Frederick W. Heard ’03 and
Adair Heard
Mr. Michael Helms, CPA
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hoelter
Charles K. and Marjorie C. Hogle
The Rev. Dr. Arthur G. Holder
Eric C. Hubert
Ms. Joyce Huyett Turner
The Rev. Craig C. Kuehn ’93 and
Mrs. Suzanne Kuehn
Mr. Ron Larson
Mr. N. David Lawson
The Rev. JoAnn Z. Leach ’85 and
The Rev. Shannon P. Leach ’85
Mrs. Gladys P. Martin ’60
Summer/Fall 2007
The Rev. Roderick N. McAulay ’99 and
Ms. Mary McAulay
The Rev. Robert E. McCann ’90
The Rev. Mary K. Morrison ’00 and
The Rev. Claudia Jo Weber ’00
The Rev. Thomas M. Osgood ’57
Mrs. Mabel L. Roberts
Mrs. Ardeen Russell-Quinn and
Mr. Ralph E. Quinn
The Rev. Susan J. Singer ’89 and
Mr. David Singer
Dr. Ronald Steigerwalt
The Rev. David R. Stock ’00 and
The Rev. Emily J. Schnabl
Clifford and Pamela Surko
Dr. Lavette C. Teague, Jr. ’79
The Rev. Canon Patrick A. Tomter ’64
Mrs. Eileen Van Heuit
The Rev. Peter E. Van Horne ’70 and
The Rev. Beverly D. Van Horne ’72
Ms. Margo Webster
Mr. Jeffrey Weiner ’06
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Willam M. Wurts
$250 - $499
The Rev. W. Edwin Bonsey ’54 and
Mrs. Kathryn Bonsey
The Rev. Canon Grant S. Carey ’57
The Rev. Dr. Wallace Clift ’60, ’03 and
Mrs. Jean Clift
The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Robert H. Cochrane
The Rev. Dr. L. William Countryman and
Mr. John Vieira
Mrs. Janet M. Crawford
Loie Shires Curtis
The Rev. Laura Deaderick
Mr. Jeffrey Dennis-Strathmeyer ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Earl
The Rev. Dr. Ruth E. Eller ’89
The Rev. Marcia G. Engblom ’94 and
Mr. Dennis R. Engblom
The Rev. John A. Erskine ’76 and
The Rev. Christine C. Erskine
The Rev. Katharine G. Flexer ’97
Mr. Luke Fraser
Mrs. Ruth C. Garbarino
The Rev. Robert F. Grafe ’51 and
Mrs. Helen Grafe
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hammond
Ms. Deni R. Harding
The Rev. Marsue Harris ’81
The Very Rev. Cn. Peter D. Haynes,
Ph.D. and
Ms. Frances Bolles
Ms. Mary B. Hefner †
Mrs. Betty Hirozawa
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Hook
The Rev. Margaret Irwin ’86
Ms. Judith G. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Augustine C. Kriletich
The Rev. John A. Langfeldt ’64 and
Mrs. Harriet G. Langfeldt
The Rev. Lizette Larson-Miller, Ph.D.
The Rev. Debra L. Low-Skinner ’97 and
Mr. Don Skinner
Mrs. Navarre Marshall
Ms. Virginia D. McNeely
The Rev. Emily Mellott ’05
The Rev. Susan B. Michelfelder ’99
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Monroe
Mr. Christopher Osgood ’98
The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. James H. Ottley
The Rev. L. Lynn Parker ’53 and
Mrs. Ruby Parker
The Very Rev. Charles A. Perry ’96 and
Mrs. Joy Perry
The Rev. Bruce M. Robison ’86 and
Mrs. Susan M. Robison
Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Ross
Ms. Janet E. Salsman
The Rev. J. B. Sarjeant † ’65, ’06 and
Mrs. Beverly Sarjeant
Miss Nina E. Sellers
The Rev. Dr. Peter W. Sipple ’69, ’06 and
Mrs. Margaret E. Sipple ’69, ’06
Mr. Donald H. Smith
The Rev. Robert J. Spangler ’68
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taresh
The Rev. Arlen R. Towers ’64
The Very Rev. Murray L. Trelease ’59
and Mrs. Mariette Trelease
Mr. Robert Vance, Jr.
The Rev. Margaret H. Watson ’03
Mr. and Mrs. R. Paul Weddell
Norman H. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Wilson
The Rev. Jan S. Wood ’86 and
Mr. Philip Wood
$100 - $249
Mrs. Susan L. Adamson
Ms. Molly Adrian
The Rev. Harry Allagree ’93
The Rev. Susan V. L. Allen ’88
The Rev. Roger Alling ’06
The Rev. Mary Susan Allison-Hatch ’03
and Mr. Timothy Allison-Hatch
Bernice F. Allman
Ms. Verna Arnest
Mr. John Ballantine, III
Mrs. Anne M. Barbey
The Rev. Arthur R. Bartlett ’64
The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows ’97
and Mr. Harrison Burrows
The Rev. J. Barrington Bates ’97
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Beck
The Rt. Rev. Barry L. Beisner ’78, and
The Rev. L. Ann Hallisey ’81, ’05
Dr. Robert N. Bellah ’87 and
Mrs. Melanie Bellah
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Ms. Amy Belser
Mr. Donald R. Berg
B. R. Bertrando
Mr. Robert E. Blew ’84
The Rev. Clifford L. Blinman ’81
The Rev. James H. Blundell ’59 and
Mrs. Meredith S. Blundell
Dr. Richard and Dr. Nancy Bohannon
Dr. Thomas C. Bolton
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Break
The Rev. John A. Bright ’56 and
Mrs. Sandra J. Bright
Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Brown
The Rev. Thomas J. Brown ’97
Mrs. June F. Browne
Mrs. Hilda Buel
The Rev. Dr. Jeffrey L. Bullock ’80, ’99
and Mrs. Nancy Danow
Ms. Judith C. Burleigh
The Rev. William M. Burnett ’61
Rosemary N. Burroughs
Mrs. Mary C. Butler
Mr. and Mrs. Bob G. Calhoon
Ms. Constance J. Carlson ’07 and
Mr. Larry Carlson
Dr. Donald Casella
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Chew, CPA
Mrs. Esther L. Chinn
The Rt. Rev. William C. Choi ’84
Ms. Virginia T. Christensen
Mr. Thomas K. Chu
The Rev. Susan C. Church ’85
The Rev. Carol E. Cleland ’91 and
Mr. Alan Cleland
The Rev. Michael C. Coburn ’77 and
Ms. Carol Lewis
Mrs. Albert J. Colton ’63
The Rev. David P. Coon ’54
The Rev. Robert L. Cornelison ’56
The Rev. Arlinda W. Cosby ’79
Mrs. Patricia Coulter
The Rev. Charles T. Crane ’57
Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Crawford
Mr. John G. Crawford and
Ms. Jody Stahancyk
Ms. Kathleen Crisp
The Rev. Ronald C. Crocker ’68
Wayne Culp
Mr. Thomas Curtiss, Jr.
Mrs. Judith and Mr. Robert Davis
Ms. Lenore Dean
The Rev. Susan C. Dean ’02
Mr. and Mrs. William V. Deatherage
The Rev. Warren Debenham ’58
Ms. Virginia W. Debs
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Drew
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edgmon
The Rev. Dr. James T. Elliott ’65 and
Mrs. Anne Avery
Mrs. Leila N. Erskine
Dr. Michael D. and Mrs. Barbara N. Evans
The Rev. Richard Fabian
Summer/Fall 2007
Mrs. G. A. Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fix
Ms. Beth Foote ’06
Mr. and Ms. Ronald E. Forsstrom
Ms. Jane W. Fox
Miss Mary L. Francis ’62
Mrs. Jeannette M. Gates
Mr. Timothy J. Geckle
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Gerard, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Goering
Marion S. Grau, Ph.D.
The Rev. Dr. Brian J. Grieves ’72, ’04
Ms. Bernice R. Gross
Gary and Kathryn Habedank
Walter C. Hajek
Ms. Linda Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Art Hard
The Rev. Mary H. Hardy ’92
The Rt. Rev. Gayle E. Harris, D.D. ’81, ’02
Ms. M. Antoinette Harris
Capt. and Mrs. Paul J. Hartley, Jr.
Mr. Alfred B. Hastings, Jr.
Ms. Deborah J. Hawkins and
Mr. Daniel W. Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. George Heigho
Mr. Peder Hemstead
Ms. Josephine H. Hicks
Mrs. Adelaide D. Hilton
The Rev. Canon Jack Hilyard ’59
The Rev. William T. Hocker ’06
Ms. Nancy Hood
Mrs. Jane N. Hopper
The Rev. Norman S. Hull ’95 and
Mrs. Susan Bade
Mr. and Ms. William E. Hunt
Michele Husson-Jones
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Hutchinson
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy F. Ichida
Mr. and Mrs. Al R. Jaeger
The Rev. Anne H. Jensen and
Mr. Douglas O. Jensen
The Rev. Julia K. Jensen and
Mr. W. Charles Jensen
Mrs. Mildred P. Jett
The Rev. Lucretia Jevne ’96 and
The Rev. Walter E. Phelps ’59
Mrs. M. Betty Johnson
The Very Rev. Donald A. Jones ’63 and
Mrs. Margaret S. Jones
The Rev. R. Alan Jordan ’63 and
Mrs. Maryann Jordan
The Rev. Noel Julnes-Dehner ’78 and
Mr. Joseph Julnes-Dehner
Mrs. Atsuko Kato
The Rev. Anne H. Kelsey ’89 and
The Rev. Brooke Myers ’79
The Rev. Paul S. Kennedy ’63 and
Mrs. Rebecca Kennedy ’63
Mr. Michael Kerrick ’07 and
Ms. Judy S. Kerrick
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kimura
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kohler
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Krause
Mr. and Mrs. Todd H. Langley
Mr. Paul A. Lazarus
The Rev. Joanne Leslie
Ms. Anne Eastham Lewis ’93
The Rev. Deane K. Lierle, D.Min. ’88
Mr. Lawrence Linstrom
Mrs. Ruth C. Loring
The Rt. Rev. Mark L. MacDonald
Mr. Raymond O. Mackey † and
Mrs. Barbara Mackey
Mr. Mathew MacLean
Dan and Linda Martin
Mr. Brian Matas and
Ms. Jan Westerling
The Rt. Rev. James R. Mathes
Ms. Eris McCarthy
The Rev. John R. McDermott ’62
Mrs. Anne Dryden McKeever
Mrs. Evelyn McKinley-Andresen
The Rev. James McKnight ’99
The Rev. Babs M. Meairs ’79
The Rev. Dr. Roger Melrose ’59, ’84 and
Mrs. Charlotte Melrose
The Rev. Peter R. Michaelson
The Rev. Russell D. Minter ’63
Mr. Hector A. Mira
Mr. and Mrs. Egon Molbak
The Rev. Sally M. Monastiere ’02
Mrs. Margaret L. Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Montgomery
Mrs. Caralee L. Morris
The Rev. Canon Barbara Mudge ’82
Mr. Theodore J. Nicou
Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Nishikawa
Ms. Jan O’Brien
Carolyn A. Olsen
The Rev. David Ota ’83 and
The Rev. Karen Swanson ’83
The Rt. Rev. Claude E. Payne, D.D.
’64, ’88
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Pearson
The Rev. Paul A. Perrine, Jr. ’62
The Rev. Canon David Warner Perry ’02
and Fredrika Wood Perry
The Very Rev. William H. Petersen, Ph.D.
’66, ’97 and Mrs. Priscilla E. Petersen
Dr. William A. Peterson
The Rev. Dr. Roger Pickering, D.D.
’62, ’90
Mrs. Eleanor H. Platt ’59
Mrs. Ruby E. Quarterman
Margaret D. Rainey
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Rasmussen
Ms. Christine J. Rider
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Rile
Ms. Victoria Daniel Riley ’05
The Rev. William A. Roberts ’58
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Robsahm, Jr.
Ms. Barbara B. Root
Roderic Russell
Dr. Charles and Dr. Emily Sampson
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Ms. Jaime Sanders ’07 and
Mr. Steve Sanders
The Rev. Dr. Alice U. Scannell and
The Rev. John S. Scannell
The Rev. Marni J. Schneider ’86
The Rev. Zoila C. Schoenbrun ’80, ’84
Mr. and Mrs. David G. Seabury
Mrs. Diane Sheldon
Mr. David P. Shewmaker ’07 and
Mrs. Alicia Shewmaker
Dick and Julie Shryock
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Shurtleff
The Rev. Dr. Scott Sinclair ’76
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sizemore
Mr. Bruce Smith
Mrs. Martha B. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Smith
Ms. Charlotte E. Stave
The Rev. David W. Steadman ’02 and
Mrs. Kathy Steadman
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steinberg
Ms. Doris A. Stoessel
Mrs. Bernard Strean
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Suit
The Rev. Stephen B. Swann ’70
Thomas Swearengen ’71 and
Nancy Swearengen
The Rev. and Mrs. Howard L. Swinehart
Elizabeth D. Taft
The Rev. James R. Tendick ’88 and
Mrs. Marcia Tendick
Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Thiele
Mr. D. J. Thouless
Mr. Thomas C. Tischer
The Rev. Clark W. Trafton, D.D. ’60, ’84
Ms. Hoang-Anh Tran
Ms. Frances S. L. Tyau
Mrs. Joan Vance
The Rev. Catherine R. Venkatesh ’98
The Rev. Jack T. Viggers ’58
Ms. Nadine V. Waggershauser
The Rev. Julia D. Wakelee-Lynch ’03 and
Joseph Wakelee-Lynch
Mr. William A. Wallace
Mr. Philip C. Warriner
Karl and Virginia Washington
The Ven. John J. Weaver, D.D. ’70
Dr. Margo E. Wesley ’03
Ms. Jane M. Weston ’06
Mr. and Mrs. George Wheaton
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry White
Mr. Steve White
The Rev. Andrea L. Wight ’03
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams
The Rev. Charles A. Wilson ’62
The Rev. V. Garrett Wingfield ’66
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram D. Winston
The Rev. Julie C. Wizorek ’01
Mrs. Mae K. Wong
The Rev. Jo Anne S. Wright ’87
Mrs. Willda J. Wyatt
Summer/Fall 2007
Parish Giving
to the Annual Fund
July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007
$10,000 +
The Diocese of California
San Francisco, CA
The Rt. Rev. Marc H. Andrus
The Domestic and Foreign
Missionary Society
New York, NY
$5,000 - $9,999
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Mercer Island, WA
The Rev. Dr. Charles Searls Ridge
St. Jude the Apostle Episcopal Church
Cupertino, CA
The Rev. Karen F. Siegfriedt ’92
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church
Kenwood, CA
The Rev. R. Hugh Stevenson
Trinity Cathedral
Sacramento, CA
The Very Rev. Dr. Brian N. Baker
$2,500 - $4,999
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
Pasadena, CA
The Rev. Dr. J. Edwin Bacon, Jr.,
D.D. ’98
Christ Episcopal Church
Lake Oswego, OR
The Rev. Shannon P. Leach ’85
Church of the Epiphany
Agoura Hills, CA
The Rev. Canon Hank Mitchel, III ’77
Faith Episcopal Church
Cameron Park, CA
The Rev. Kent S. McNair
The Church of the Good Shepherd
Vancouver, WA
The Rev. T. James Bethell,
D.D. ’67, ’00
The Church of the Good Shepherd
Wailuku, HI
The Rev. Marvin L. Foltz
The Church of the Holy Apostles
Hilo, HI
The Rev. Russell M. Johnson
The Church of Our Saviour
San Gabriel, CA
St. Barnabas On The Desert Episcopal
Church
Scottsdale, AZ
The Rev. James B. Clark
St. Bede’s Episcopal Church
Menlo Park, CA
The Rev. Dr. Katherine M. Lehman
’82, ’99, ’06
St. George’s Episcopal Church
La Canada, CA
The Rev. Amy Pringle
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Montclair
Oakland, CA
The Rev. Scott Denman
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Ocean Springs, MS
The Rev. Wayne A. Ray, Ph.D. ’72
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Long Beach, CA
The Rev. Gary L. Commins,
D.D. ’80, ’01
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Honolulu, HI
The Rev. Darrow L. Aiona ’63
The Episcopal Church of St. Mary
the Virgin
San Francisco, CA
The Rev. Dr. Jason Parkin
St. Michael and All Angels’ Episcopal
Church
Corona Del Mar, CA
The Very Rev. Cn. Peter D. Haynes,
Ph.D.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Sparks, NV
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Orinda, CA
The Rev. Dr. Lawrence S. Hunter
’92, ’04
St. Wilfrid of York Episcopal Church
Huntington Beach, CA
Mr. Michael Archer
Trinity Parish
New York, NY
The Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper
Trinity Parish
Reno, NV
The Rev. John R. Goddard ’76
$1,000 - $2,499
All Saints’-By-The-Sea Episcopal Church
Santa Barbara, CA
The Rev. Dr. Jeffrey L Bullock ’80, ’99
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
Phoenix, AZ
The Rev. Peter F. Walsh
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All Saints’ Memorial Parish
Sacramento, CA
The Rev. Elizabeth L. Monnot ’02
The Rev. Michael J. Monnot ’02
All Souls’ Parish
Berkeley, CA
The Rev. James D. Richardson ’00
The Church of the Angels
Pasadena, CA
The Rev. Robert J. Gaestel ’79
Christ Church Cathedral
Indianapolis, IN
The Very Rev. Gary Goldacker
Christ Church - Episcopal
Las Vegas, NV
The Rev. Peter Courtney
Christ Episcopal Church
Portola Valley, CA
The Rev. Mitchell Lindeman
The Diocese of Northern California
Sacramento, CA
The Rt. Rev. Barry L. Beisner ’78
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Kailua, HI
The Church of the Epiphany
Honolulu, HI
The Rev. Cn. Franklin S. H. Chun ’68
Church of the Holy Communion
University City, MO
The Rev. Brooke Myers ’79
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
New York, NY
The Rev. Michael A. Phillips ’78
The Episcopal Church in Province VIII
Monterey, CA
The Rev. Brian P. Nordwick
The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection
Pleasant Hill, CA
The Rev. Bruce R. Smith ’80
The Church of the Resurrection
Eugene, OR
The Rev. Dennis j. Parker ’03
Society of the Celtic Cross, CDSP
Berkeley, CA
St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
San Francisco, CA
The Rev. Tommy J. Dillon
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Ojai, CA
The Rev. Andrea Maier
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Pittsburgh, PA
The Rev. Bruce M. Robison ’86
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Saratoga, CA
The Rev. Jim Thomas
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Tacoma, WA
The Rev. Deborah Heathcock ’99
Summer/Fall 2007
St. Augustine’s in the Woods Episcopal
Church
Freeland, WA
The Rev. Nigel J. Taber-Hamilton ’78
St. David’s Episcopal Church
Wayne, PA
The Rev. Frank Allen
St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church
Carmel Valley, CA
The Rev. Jeffrey Kraemer
St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church
Madison, WI
The Rev. Maurine A. Lewis ’90
St. Francis’ Episcopal Church
San Jose, CA
The Rev. Christopher D. Creed ’92
St. James’ Episcopal Church
Lincoln, CA
The Rev. William T. Rontani ’74
St. John's Episcopal Church
Kula, HI
The Rev. Heather M. Mueller-Fitch ’78
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Logan, UT
The Rev. Dr. Ruth E. Eller ’89
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Honolulu, HI
The Rev. John B. Connell ’85
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Walnut Creek, CA
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Palo Alto, CA
The Rev. Matthew McDermott ’87
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
Davis, CA
The Rev. Mark F. Allen ’86
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
Honolulu, HI
The Rev. Dale Hathaway
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
Napa, CA
The Rev. Stephen M. Carpenter
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
Newton Lower Falls, MA
The Rev. Peter G. Chase ’80
The Parish of St. Matthew
Pacific Palisades, CA
The Rev. David W. Miller
St. Michael and All Angels’ Episcopal
Church
Lihue, HI
The Rev. William Miller
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
Brattleboro, VT
The Rev. Thomas J. Brown ’97
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Benicia, CA
The Rev. P. Jeanne Forte ’99
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Endicott, NY
The Rev. Susanna Des Marais ’03
St. Peter’s-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church
Morro Bay, CA
The Rev. Harriet Burton Linville ’81
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Carson City, NV
The Rev. Jeffrey D. Paul ’83
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Santa Maria, CA
The Rev. Cn. Deborah Dunn
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Boise, ID
The Rev. David W. Wettstein ’92
St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church
Medina, WA
The Rev. Jeffrey Lee
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church
Aiea, HI
The Rev. Dr. Vincent O’Neill
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church
Cincinnati, OH
The Rev. Roger Greene ’86
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church
Danville, CA
The Rev. Steven R. Strane
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
Portland, OR
The Very Rev. William Lupfer
Trinity Episcopal Church
Bloomington, IN
The Rev. Canon Kenneth L. Ornell
$500 - $999
The Church of the Advent, Episcopal
Sun City West, AZ
The Rev. Gabriel A. Sinisi
All Saints of the Desert Episcopal Church
Sun City, AZ
The Rev. Frank H. Clark
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
Beverly Hills, CA
The Rev. Carol L. Anderson
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
Carmel, CA
The Rev. Richard B. Matters, STM
Ascension Episcopal Church
Portland, OR
The Rev. Stephen C. Norcross ’68
Church of the Ascension
Sierra Madre, CA
The Rev. Michael A. Bamberger
Christ Episcopal Church
Coronado, CA
The Rev. Mitchell J. Lindeman
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Coventry Cross Episcopal Church
Minden, NV
The Rev. W. Shepley Curtis, Jr. ’69
The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany
Henderson, NV
The Rev. Michael Annis
The Rev. Helen C. McPeak ’97
Grace Episcopal Church
Hoolehua, HI
The Rev. Lynette G. Schaefer ’76
Grace Episcopal Church
Saint George, UT
The Rev. Leonard D. Evans
Grace Episcopal Church
Syracuse, NY
The Rev. Jennifer BaskervilleBurrows ’97
Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church
Lahaina, HI
The Rev. William Albinger
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
San Francisco, CA
The Rev. David Lui
Redeemer Episcopal Church
Bryn Mawr, PA
The Rev. Dr. Peter W. Sipple ’69
St. Andrew and St. John Church
Southwest Harbor, ME
The Rev. Richard A. Tardiff ’05
The Episcopal Church of St. Andrew
the Apostle
Encinitas, CA
The Rev. Wesley B. Hills ’90
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Cottage Grove, OR
The Rev. Charles P. Dickey ’61
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Mer Rouge, LA
The Rev. T. Whitfield Stodghill, III ’96
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Spokane, WA
The Rev. Nolan B. Redman ’72
St. Anselm’s Episcopal Church
Lafayette, CA
The Rev. John D. Sutton ’95
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church
Kapaau, HI
The Rev. Thomas Buechele
St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church
Bainbridge Island, WA
The Rev. Dennis S. Tierney, Ph.D. ’02
St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church
Boulder City, NV
St. Clare’s Episcopal Church
Pleasanton, CA
The Rev. Ronald D. Culmer ’94
St. Hilary’s Episcopal Church
Hesperia, CA
The Rev. Elizabeth A. Stingley ’90
Summer/Fall 2007
St. Hilda’s Episcopal Church
Monmouth, OR
The Rev. Noel J. Knelange
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Bandon, OR
The Rev. Jo Anne Miller ’05
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Yreka, CA
The Rev. Brad Keyser-Boswell
The Cathedral Church of St. Mark
Salt Lake City, UT
The Very Rev. Frederick Q. Lawson
St. Mary’s-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church
Pacific Grove, CA
The Rev. Richard B. Leslie ’77
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
Las Vegas, NV
The Rev. Christie Leavitt
St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal
Church
Portland, OR
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
Carmichael, CA
The Rev. Mary E. Hauck ’95
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Cambria, CA
The Rev. Don Dallmann
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Honolulu, HI
The Rev. Randolph V.N. Albano
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Rochester, NY
The Rev. Frederic W. Reynolds
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Sacramento, CA
The Rev. Lynell E. Walker ’96
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
The Dalles, OR
The Rev. Alison Dingley
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
La Grande, OR
The Rev. Sarah M. Stanton ’87
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Ladue, MO
The Rev. James H. Purdy
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Pomeroy, WA
Mr. Robert Cox
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Red Bluff, CA
The Rev. Maryly S. Adair ’02
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Gilroy, CA
Mr. Richard Wallstrom
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Longview, WA
The Rev. Richard L. Green ’91
The Rev. Kathleen Patton ’90
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Reno, NV
The Rev. Rick Sorensen
The Rev. Sharon K. Dunn
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Wahiawa, HI
The Rev. Alison Dingley
Trinity Cathedral
San Jose, CA
The Very Rev. David J. Bird
Trinity Episcopal Church
Newtown, CT
The Rev. Kathleen Adams-Shepherd
Trinity Episcopal Church
Santa Barbara, CA
The Very Rev. Mark E. Asman
Trinity Memorial Church
Rupert, ID
Mr. Ron Jones
$250 - $499
Christ Episcopal Church
Alameda, CA
The Rev. Edward E. Thompson ’95
Christ Episcopal Church
Puyallup, WA
The Rev. Guy C. Sherman ’73
Christ Memorial Church
Kilauea, HI
Mrs. Linda Sproat
The Diocese of San Diego
San Diego, CA
The Rt. Rev. James R. Mathes
The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany
San Carlos, CA
The Rev. Gail E. Greenwell ’01
The Episcopal Church Center
New York, NY
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts
Schori, D.D. ’94
Holy Spirit Episcopal Church
Lake Almanor, CA
The Rev. Linda Moore
Church of Our Saviour
Mechanicsburg, OH
The Rev. J. Timothy West ’70
Episcopal Church of Our Saviour
Oakland, CA
The Rev. Dr. Gordon K. Lau ’76
The Church of Our Saviour
Placerville, CA
The Rev. Craig C. Kuehn ’93
Episcopal Church of Our Savior
Rock Hill, SC
The Rev. Dr. Charles S. Foss ’90
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church
Omak, WA
Ms. Stanalee Wright
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St. Brigid’s Episcopal Church
Rio Vista, CA
The Rev. Susan M. Reeve ’99
St. Francis in the Redwoods Episcopal
Church
Willits, CA
Ms. Betsy Bruneau
St. James’ Episcopal Church
Mountain Home, ID
Mr. Bob Rowett
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Glenbrook, NV
The Rev. Rodney R. Petzak
The Rev. Elizabeth Tattersall
St. Jude’s Episcopal Church
Ocean View, HI
The Rev. John Turner
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Deming, NM
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Beaver Dam, WI
The Rev. Mary J. Mail ’81
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Berkeley, CA
The Rev. C. Robbins Clark ’81
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Casper, WY
The Very Rev. John S. Smylie
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Richmond, VA
The Rev. Margaret H. Watson ’03
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
Waimanalo, HI
The Rev. Thomas M. VanCulin ’90
St. Nicholas Episcopal Church
Kapolei, HI
The Rev. Hollis E. Wright ’96
St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church
Tahoe City, CA
The Rev. Leonard N. Shaheen ’66
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Walnut Creek, CA
The Rev. M. Sylvia Vsuez
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Colusa, CA
The Rev. S. Delia Fay
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Newport, OR
The Rev. Susan C. Church ’85
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Hanalei, HI
Mr. Bernard Greer
Trinity Episcopal Church
Ashland, OR
The Rev. Anne K. Bartlett
Summer/Fall 2007
$100 - $249
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
San Leandro, CA
The Rev. Robert E. Droste ’00
Ascension St. Matthew’s Church
Price, UT
The Rev. Jessica Hatch
Church of the Ascension
Tujunga, CA
The Rev. Federico Sierra-Colado
Christ Episcopal Church
Garden City, NY
The Rev. Debra L. Low-Skinner ’97
Christ Episcopal Church
Pioche, NV
The Rev. Jean Orr
Christ Episcopal Church
Sausalito, CA
The Rev. Robert K. Gieselmann
Christ Episcopal Church
Shoshone, ID
Mr. Ivan Hopkins
Christ Episcopal Church
Zillah, WA
The Rev. Debora L. Jennings ’93
Church of the Holy Spirit
Brooklyn, NY
The Rev. Peter Lam
Church of the Saviour
Clermont, IA
The Rev. Dr. Kathryn S. Campbell ’03
The Diocese of Maine
Portland, ME
The Rt. Rev. Chilton A. Knudsen
The Diocese of Nevada
Las Vegas, NV
The Rt. Rev. Jerry A. Lamb, D.D. ’91
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Kellogg, ID
The Rev. Jane Nelson-Low ’91
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Salinas, CA
The Rev. Patricia Barrett
The Church of the Good Shepherd
Cloverdale, CA
The Rev. Raymond Maloney
Grace Episcopal Church
Middletown, NY
The Rev. John B. Warfel ’93
Grace Memorial Church
Portland, OR
The Rev. Stephen Schneider
The Church of the Holy Spirit
Bullhead City, AZ
The Rev. Judson Calhoun
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Fallon, NV
The Rev. Patrick LeClaire
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Ukiah, CA
The Rev. Harry Allagree ’93
Church of the Redeemer
Oak Ridge, LA
The Rev. T. Whitfield Stodghill, III ’96
The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
San Rafael, CA
The Rev. Stephen A. Hassett ’06
Resurrection Episcopal Church
Hilo, HI
The Rev. Tancredo Pastores
The Church of the Resurrection
Roslyn, WA
The Rev. Andrea C. Bowman ’01
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Fort Lupton, CO
The Rev. Gary W. Sitton ’64
St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church
Bonanza, OR
Mr. Fabian Baker
Ms. Deedee Heidrich
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
Ely, NV
The Rev. Richard O. Sims
St. Bede’s Episcopal Church
Port Orchard, WA
The Rev. Michael Morrisey
St. Clement’s Episcopal Church
Rancho Cordova, CA
The Rev. Christine Leigh-Taylor ’00
St. Cuthbert’s Episcopal Church
Oakland, CA
The Rev. Pamela L. Cranston ’88
St. David’s Episcopal Church
Page, AZ
The Rev. Stephen J. Keplinger ’01
St. Edward the Confessor Episcopal
Church
Wayzata, MN
The Rev. Janet Wheelock ’93
St. George’s Episcopal Church
Antioch, CA
The Rev. Amber D. Sturgess ’05
St. George’s Episcopal Church
Austin, NV
The Rev. Estelle Shanks
St. John the Divine Episcopal Church
Springfield, OR
The Rev. Peter Alden Fones ’05
The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
Spokane, WA
The Very Rev. William R. Ellis, Jr. ’82
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Lakeport, CA
The Rev. Harry Allagree ’93
St. Laurence Episcopal Church
Effingham, IL
The Rev. James D. Fackler
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Auburn, CA
The Rev. Susan E. Plucker ’91
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Las Vegas, NV
The Rev. Paul A. Colbert
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Los Gatos, CA
The Rev. David R. Breuer
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Altadena, CA
The Rev. Colville N. Smythe
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Hood River, OR
The Rev. Mary Royes
St. Martin’s-in-the-Desert Episcopal
Church
Pahrump, NV
The Rev. Julie Keating
The Episcopal Church of St. Matthew
San Mateo, CA
The Rev. James H. Billington
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church
Enterprise, OR
The Rev. Rich Attebury
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Nyssa, OR
The Rev. Roger Williams
Trinity Episcopal Church
Oroville, WA
Mr. Robert B. Campbell
Trinity Episcopal Church
Saint Louis, MO
The Rev. Anne H. Kelsey ’89
Trinity Episcopal Church
Seattle, WA
The Rev. Paul M. Collins ’72
$1 - $99
St. Columba’s Episcopal Church
Paauilo, HI
The Rev. Tancredo Pastores
St. George’s Episcopal Church
Carmichael, CA
The Rev. John F. Mangels, III ’79
St. James’ Episcopal Church
Eureka, NV
The Rev. Richard O. Sims
St. Luke’s by the Sea Episcopal Church
Waldport, OR
The Rev. Susan C. Church ’85
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
Woodburn, OR
The Rev. Edwin T. Shackelford
Summer/Fall 2007
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Why Should Jews and
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CDSP Campus
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