Health Care for All

Gospel Justice

Stories From The Diocese

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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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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Open Your Mouth for the Speechless

It is my hope and prayer that we are inspired by these courageous people to tell our stories and listen to the stories of others.

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Resolutions Passed at Convention (2017)

Making statements in support of health care and against hatred, racism and poverty.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Matthew’s, Eugene

Pray Big! Meet a congregation that is making a big impact for the sake of the gospel.

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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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Video: Keynote from God’s Love and the LGBT Community

Watch the Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson deliver an address on dignity, love, and the God-given value of each human.

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In Support of House Bill 3464

Diocese of Oregon clergy recently took action on a state bill in support of welcoming immigrants in our communities.

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Commission to End Racism

Love is More Powerful than Hate

As God’s people, we are called to stand against the evil of racism and to continually strive to seek justice, peace, and dignity for all those hurt by hatred.

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Spark Curiosity!

Proclaiming the gospel of justice, mercy, and peace to all people and by all means – including protest clothing.

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