Welcoming the Stranger

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Welcoming the Stranger

Last weekend, Diocesan Convention delegates approved a resolution offering workshops and resources on welcoming immigrants and refugees.

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Update on the Diocesan Socially Responsible Investment Fund

Join the Socially Responsible Investment Fund committee members at Diocesan Convention to discuss money and morals.

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Episcopal Church Statement on the White House Decision to Reduce the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program

The Episcopal Church condemns the administration’s decision to reduce the number of refugees and further dismantle the refugee resettlement program.

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The Pilgrims’ (Carbon) Footprint

Youth pilgrims from St. Mary’s Eugene, explored their Episcopal identity and the environmental impact of travel.

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2019 Grant Application from Commission on Poverty and Homelessness

Now accepting applications for grants supporting projects that alleviate suffering and address systemic poverty.

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Update on 2017 Health Care For All Resolution

Episcopal advocacy played a role in supporting a state bill on universal health care.

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Common Ground at a Common Table

The spiritual path of friend-making isn’t flashy, but it is the path forward for our society.

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Interfaith Advocacy Day 2019

When we see people who are hurt or suffering, we reach out to help them. But wouldn’t it be even better if we could help resolve some of the problems that cause the hurt?

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Remembering William Temple

William Temple (1881-1944) was a priest, bishop, and Archbishop of Canterbury; a social reformer; and the namesake of William Temple House here in Portland. The feast of William Temple will be celebrated on Sunday, November 18, at 5 p.m. with a special choral evensong at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral.

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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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