Episcopal clergy support Methodists working for full inclusion of LGBTQ members #UMCGC

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Episcopal clergy support Methodists working for full inclusion of LGBTQ members #UMCGC

A Statement of Support for The United Methodist General Conference signed by 75 members of the clergy of the Diocese of Oregon

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Ways and resources to observe World Refugee Day on June 20

World Refugee Day is an annual opportunity to celebrate the resilience and success of the former refugees who bless our communities

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Addiction and Recovery Awareness Week

April 9 – 8:30-12:00, Christ Church, Lake Oswego – Addiction and Recovery Seminar and other events sponsored by the Diocesan Recovery Commission

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Leaders call on Episcopalians to heal ‘pain of racial injustice, division’

Join us” in the ministry of racial justice and reconciliation, as called for last summer by General Convention”

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Criminal Justice Sabbath

Lent is a good time to designate a Sunday to a reflection on Criminal Justice in America. The Rev. Dn. Tom English provides a guide and resources.

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Alcena Boozer to preach at Absalom Jones celebration on February 20

Absalom Jones (1746-1818) was the first African-American priest of the Episcopal Church. A festive Eucharist will begin at 10:30 and will be followed by brunch. February 20, St. Andrew and All Souls, Portland

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Resources for Refugee Resettlement

Jesus charged his followers to care for the least of these and proclaim the near presence of the Reign of God – in other words, feed the hungry, water the thirsty, house the homeless, heal the sick, and liberate the captives.

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Gospel values lead investment strategy

The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon creates a new vision for future investment. A new investment fund will screen out companies with excessive pollution and toxic footprints, with human rights violations, with outsized executive compensation, and with exploitative worker pay

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Article: “To forgive, divine”

The Rev. Deacon Thomas R. English, Co-Chair of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon Prison Ministry Commission talks of forgiveness and responsibility on the Episcopal Cafe website.

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What We Need Are Anti-Racists

Bishop Gene Robinson After Ferguson, we all must renew our efforts to eliminate the scourge of racism from American life. Listen up, white people: we’ve got some serious work to do.Three weeks ago I wrote […]

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