This year’s basket raffle raised $3851 which is the most we have received in recent years but it is only a small part of what is needed
In a bold move of sacrificial ministry and hospitality, the leadership of Holy Cross/Santa Cruz, Boring and St. Aidan’s, Gresham, are negotiating an agreement for movement and space sharing
Jesus charged his followers to care for the least of these and proclaim the near presence of the Reign of God – in other words, feed the hungry, water the thirsty, house the homeless, heal the sick, and liberate the captives.
Often in the gospels, fear grips the people of God, and time and again, either the angels, or Our Lord himself, respond with the same words of comfort: “Be not afraid.”
The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon creates a new vision for future investment. A new investment fund will screen out companies with excessive pollution and toxic footprints, with human rights violations, with outsized executive compensation, and with exploitative worker pay
Let our praise of God turn us to living out that praise in the life we live each day. May we love others as we have been loved by God.
We can live disturbed or distressed and the devil will enjoy our discomfort, or we can live through the challenges of life – which are inevitable – and continue to love this good earth God has given us, love the good people around us, and praise God for saving us daily.