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About 250 people came to worship and to hear representatives of the U.S. Episcopal Church and the Fresno-based Remain Episcopal organization. The message was clear: Don't feel abandoned.
"You are not alone," Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori said in a video message shown during the gathering. "God is always with you."
Delegates of the Diocese of San Joaquin voted at an annual convention in December to leave the U.S. Episcopal Church largely because of differences with the national body's approval of same-sex blessings, ordination of gay bishops, the role of women in the church and how to interpret the Bible over such issues.
Among the diocese's 48 congregations in 14 counties, fewer than 10 remain Episcopal.
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