2018 Annual Ministry Reports

Commissions & Ministries

Stories From The Diocese

2018 Annual Ministry Reports

The following reports were submitted in 2018. They are grouped according to the strategic areas of the diocesan mission statement.

Read More >

October 2018 Preparedness Checklist: Episcopal Asset Map

From our Disaster Preparedness Program coordinator Sheryl Gerety (sheryl.gerety@gmail.com): a monthly, seasonally appropriate checklist page to help us tackle preparing for a disaster in manageable steps. JOINING AND USING THE EPISCOPAL ASSET MAP Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) […]

Read More >

Commission on Poverty and Homelessness Grants Awarded

The funds to support these grants are donated by individuals and parishes through the Convention Basket Raffle and the annual Thanksgiving Offering. Thank you to all whose generosity makes these grants possible!

Read More >

September 2018 Preparedness Checklist: Plan, Drill, Talk

From our Disaster Preparedness Program coordinator Sheryl Gerety: a monthly, seasonally appropriate checklist page to help us tackle preparing for a disaster in manageable steps.

Read More >

Bring Your Undies to Convention

Rahab’s Sisters will be collecting donations of new women’s underwear for their radical hospitality outreach program at Diocesan Convention.

Read More >

Basket Raffle at Convention

All proceeds fund ministries in our diocese that support people living in poverty or homelessness.

Read More >

Education for Ministry Fall 2018 Groups

New programs are beginning throughout the diocese; join this life-transforming experience that you can then share in your own ministry!

Read More >

Academy for Formation and Mission Fall 2018

Enrollment is now open for classes including Faith Meets World, Anglican Identity, Pastoral Care, and more. All are welcome!

Read More >

Campus Ministry: ECM in Eugene

Episcopal Campus Ministry (ECM) in Eugene welcomes students who come from a variety of places and backgrounds. In the context of worship and the friendly conversation around the dinner table, the stresses of college life sometimes melt away.

Read More >

We are the People of the Diocese: Marsha Jett

Everyone is born with gifts of some description, and it’s a matter of identifying those gifts, and what makes your heart happy, and using that to move forward, live a Gospel life, and share it with others!

Read More >