In Conversation: Winter 2018

Commissions & Ministries

Stories From The Diocese

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In Conversation: Winter 2018

Get all the Convention highlights in our semi-annual magazine, now available to read online.

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Hearing the Cries for Justice Convocation

Presented by Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, the Hearing the Cries for Justice Convocation will equip and motivate faith communities to offer hospitality to all impacted by the criminal justice system, including survivors of crime and violence, families of the incarcerated, persons returning from prison, and those inside.

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Las Posadas: Welcoming the Holy Family

Learn about the Advent tradition of las Posadas and join us for this celebration on December 9.

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2017 Annual Ministry Reports

Looking back at the ways the ministries of the Diocese of Oregon have done justice, loved mercy, and walked humbly in 2017.

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Basket Raffle at Convention

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

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Commission on Poverty and Homelessness Grants Awarded

Announcing the recipients of the 2017 grant awards for programs engaging and supporting people living in poverty or experiencing homelessness.

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GALA Workshops and Vestment Exchange

The newly-formed Guild and Association for Liturgical Arts invites you to their upcoming workshops and vestment exchange.

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Report of the Socially Responsible Investment Stakeholder Advisory Committee: July 2017

As a result of a 2015 resolution, the SAC presents its initial findings on the Socially Responsible Investment Fund.

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Safe Church Renewal Training Now Available Online

Online training is now available for these required classes.

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Reflections on Cursillo and the lifelong spiritual fruit of that experience.

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