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Anti-Racism Training for Faith Leaders

Mandatory anti-racism training for leaders of faith communities and people serving in a variety of positions within the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon.

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We Have to Make a Change

The Rev. Ernestein Flemister spoke to more than 200 people gathered for a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Grants Pass.

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Clinical Pastoral Education 2020 Session

Full-time and part-time training for clergy and laypeople to effectively attend to people’s emotional and spiritual needs.

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Called: the Rev. Kevin Thew Forrester, St. Stephen’s, Portland

It is with tremendous joy and gratitude that we announce that the Rev. Kevin G. Thew Forrester, Ph.D. has accepted our call to St. Stephen’s Episcopal Parish in downtown Portland.

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Now Accepting Applications for Diocesan Bishop: 11th Bishop of Oregon Search and Transition Update

Applications will be accepted from October 11, 2019 until 11:59 p.m. Pacific time on November 1, 2019.

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Celebration of New Ministry: the Rev. Anne Abdy, Holy Spirit Sutherlin

The people of Holy Spirit Episcopal Church invite you to their Celebration of New Ministry.

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New Ministry: Canon Liturgist

Bishop Michael is pleased to announce that the Rev. Canon Raggs Ragan is stepping into the newly created position of Canon Liturgist.

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Bishop Michael Hanley Announces Intention to Retire

After more than nine years as Bishop Diocesan, +Michael intends to retire in January 2021.

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2019-2020 Clinical Pastoral Education

Now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 CPE cohort.

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New Position: the Rev. Esme Jo Culver

Announcing the elevation of the Rev. Esme Jo Culver from priest-in-charge to rector of St. Aidan’s, Portland.

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