Posts tagged with ‘Big Sur’

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All Saints’ Parish Picnic (Saturday, May 10, 2014)

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The annual picnic at Santa Lucia in Big Sur will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Games and activities will complement the potluck lunch at noon, with a barbecued main dish provided. Camping is also available from Friday, May 10, through Sunday, May 12. If you do plan to […]

Big Sur Fire: Updates

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Please continue your prayers for those near the Pfeiffer Fire. Santa Lucia Mission seems to be clear of present danger. http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/3761/ December 20, 9:00 a.m.  US Forest Service reports 93% containment of #PfeifferFire on Friday morning. The latest map from the U.S. Forest Service shows the area yet to be contained in the #PfeifferFire #BigSurFire. This is still 0.7miles […]

The history of Santa Lucia Mission: Part I: The Early Years 1959-1972

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All Saints’ Big Sur Mission Part I: The Early Years, 1959-1972 By: Elizabeth Barratt, parish archivist/historian Under the driving energy and guidance of Fr. David Hill, the Big Sur Mission became the third mission sponsored by All Saints’ Church after St. Matthias (1954) and St. Dunstan’s (1955). The first service was held on Easter Day, March […]

Outreach in Big Sur

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Mother Cynthia has begun to stock just a few food supplies for those in need in Big Sur. In the past, Paul Shames(for whom Paul’s Meadow was named) was known to help the needy. In fact, the Big Sur Health Clinic was so moved by his graciousness to all in need that after his departure […]

Healthy Saints Hike – July 2013

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Come with your family and friends to Big Sur on July 11 for another hike with Mother Cynthia. The Limekiln trails are fairly level and easy. Arrange your own carpool and/or meet the others at Santa Lucia Chapel and Campground in Big Sur.  If you plan to come, please RSVP to Mother Cynthia at thevicarofbigsur@gmail.com. […]

Healthy Saints Hikes in December

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Sunday, December 9, noon to 4:00 p.m. Hike Pfeiffer Falls/Valley View trails in Big Sur. The 2.4-mile trail is easy to moderate. Walk among the giant redwoods, visit a rocky waterfall, and bring your camera for photo shoots. Those looking for a bigger workout and more expansive view can hike to the overlook bench with […]