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A Call to Prayer During Lent

As we engage a new theme for 2018, let us join together in a season of prayer.

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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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Saints Peter and Paul Bienvenido

Congregation Close-up: SS. Peter and Paul/San Pedro y San Pablo, Portland

In NE Portland, this “scrappy” church is a sacred space of worship and a lively hub of neighborhood activity.

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Request for Proposals: Finance Audit Services

Now accepting proposals from public accounting firms to perform the 2017 financial audit for the Diocese of Oregon.

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Health Care for All

Convention delegates approved a resolution supporting universal health care and calling on churches in the diocese to learn about how a measure in the upcoming election affects access to health care for low-income Oregonians.

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The “E-Word”

Epiphany comes from a Greek word that means “manifestation” or “showing forth.” From the Feast of the Epiphany on January 6 through all the Sundays after that day until Lent, this season is about the manifestation or showing forth of God’s glory in Jesus Christ.

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EBOF 2018 Grant Cycle Opens

Beginning in 2018, the Episcopal Bishop of Oregon Foundation (EBOF) will assess applications and grant awards four times per year. The first application deadline is February 28, with the award determinations made by April 15.

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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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A Piñata with children surrounding it during a celebration of Las Posadas

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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Congregation Close-up: Trinity, Ashland

Hands and feet, mind and spirit. God has been praised in this smallish church since 1895, long enough for Trinity Episcopal Church to find its way onto the National Register of Historic Places. 

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