Congregation Receives GreenFaith Certification

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Congregation Receives GreenFaith Certification

Congratulations to St. Michael & All Angels, Portland on receiving an award in environmental leadership.

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Fellow Workers in Creation

For the past century, we have come to realize more and more the destructive capacity of humanity on the natural world. We have the capability to alter radically this creation that God called good. And we are. Tragically so.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Matthias, Cave Junction

Though they struggle and face multiple challenges unique to a very small, rural parish church, the people of St. Matthias consider themselves privileged to serve God and play their part in the unfolding drama of salvation in this small corner of creation.

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We Are All One: Diocesan Spring Youth Event

Join youth from throughout the diocese for small groups, games, volunteering in the Grass Roots Garden of Food for Lane County and Saturday dinner with Bishop Michael.

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April 2018 Preparedness Checklist: Stay or Go?

Now from our Disaster Preparedness Program: a monthly, seasonally appropriate checklist page to help us tackle preparing for a disaster in manageable steps.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Mark’s, Medford

A church conscious of the fact that the world around is is hungry – sometimes for basic needs, sometimes for wrestling with challenging questions, and often for “soul food” that can fill the God-shaped hole inside each of us.

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Evangelism and Neighborliness

An update from St. John the Divine, Springfield, recipient of a 2017 Pentecost Offering Grant.

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Hereford House Food Pantry

An update from the Hereford House Food Pantry of St. Andrew’s, Portland, recipient of a 2017 Pentecost Offering Grant.

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Congregation Close-up: St. John’s, Bandon

Demonstrating the presence of Jesus by nurturing and healing through faithful worship, prayer, encouragement and fellowship in our Episcopal traditions.

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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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