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In Support of Peaceful Protests and Continued Calls for Justice

We are all aware of the largely peaceful protests that have been going on in Portland these past months to call for changes in how we keep the peace in Portland and especially in how black and brown individuals are treated by law enforcement.

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St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church launches renewable energy project

St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church in NE Portland will soon generate its own clean, renewable power thanks to a funding award from The Diocese of Oregon and Pacific Power’s Blue Sky program participants.

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Join the Virtual Choir

The Liturgy & Music Commission of our diocese is coordinating the effort to have voices from all over the diocese sing the hymn God of Grace and God of Glory, #594 in Hymnal 1982.

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Calling All Campers & Camp Staff

Canon Carol Sedlacek is hosting a social gathering on Zoom at 6pm on Sunday, July 12, for past campers & staff from Episcopal Weeks at Suttle Lake and Latino Youth Camps.

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St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church Seeks Rector and Episcopal Campus Ministry Seeks Chaplain

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church located in the northern area of Eugene, Oregon is looking for a three-quarter time rector and Episcopal Campus Ministries is looking for a one-quarter time chaplain.

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Guía para las Reuniones durante la Fase 2 en Oregon

En estos momentos el Estado de Oregon está luchando para entender la dirección que se necesita tomar en la seguridad de nuestras comunidades, los lineamientos para la reapertura han cambiado. Todas las congregaciones que tienen un plan o están planeando abrir de nuevo su edificios para las celebraciones, necesitan tomar en cuenta y cumplir con los lineamientos estatales y del condado más pertinentes.

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Oregon Phase 2 Gathering Guidelines

As the State of Oregon wrestles with understanding what is necessary to address our communities’ safety, their guidelines for reopening have changed. All congregations that have or plan to open need to be compliant with state and relevant county guidelines.

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Executive Council of The Episcopal Church affirms anti-racism and police reform resolutions

The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church, meeting via teleconference June 8-11, 2020, affirmed several resolutions addressing anti-racism initiatives and encouragement of police reform.

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Grace Astoria Seeks Full-Time Rector

Grace Episcopal Church in Astoria, Oregon is seeking a full-time Rector. It sits at the mouth of the Columbia River in the northwest corner of Oregon.

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End-of-Life Planning: A Task for the Church

“The church is the place we should be talking about end-of-life planning,” the Rev. Mary Piper says. “Yet, many people find it so hard.”

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