Called: the Rev. Angelito Cubillas, St. Andrew’s, Florence

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Called: the Rev. Angelito Cubillas, St. Andrew’s, Florence

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Florence is pleased to announce that we will be welcoming Father Angelito Cubillas to our church on March 1, 2019. 

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Cathedral Days: the 25th Anniversary of Trinity Cathedral, Portland

Remembering 25 years of life as the cathedral of the Diocese of Oregon and looking forward with renewed vision and energy.

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Diocesan Convention 2018: Hearing the Silent Voice

The Rev. Deacon Senitila McKinley started with a poem and ended with an impassioned plea exhorting us to address the systemic roots of injustice and poverty.

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Diocesan Convention 2018: We The People

Nearly 400 people attended our annual diocesan Convention. Learn who was elected, what dreams attendees shared for the future of our churches, and view the many smiles captured in the Episcogram.

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AJ’s Ride

October 30th, I will ride from Corvallis to our yearly Diocese of Oregon convention in Seaside. My name is AJ Buckley, I am an Episcopal priest and I’m trans and non-binary. I exist and I won’t be erased. And, so, I ride.

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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!

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New Call: St. Luke’s, Grants Pass

St. Luke’s, Grants Pass, joyfully announces that the Rev. Ernestein C. Flemister has accepted the call to become the 9th Rector of their parish.

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Campus Ministry: Canterbury House at OSU

We are here to offer the inclusivity and radial hospitality of Jesus in practical and spiritual ways to all students!

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Trinity Iconography Institute

Last Sunday, Bishop Michael blessed icons completed by students of Trinity Iconography Institute, a ministry of Trinity Cathedral, Portland. The annual ceremony of Blessing the Icons occurs every Trinity Sunday.

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We Have One Thing

Welcome to Holy Week.

We are about to renew our ordination vows. To repeat, to re-promise.

Like a child who at their most intense is asking at some level, “Do you love me even now?”

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