Vision: What is it to be a Christian?

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Stories From The Diocese

Vision: What is it to be a Christian?

We have one thing.
One broken and beaten thing, one glorious and resurrected thing.

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Fellowship: Crossing the Aisle

In this small coastal town, it takes teamwork to make an impact. The Tillamook Ecumenical Community is one example of the body of Christ in action, a united, spirit-filled cooperation between five churches.

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People: Por la Unidad de la Iglesia

A few years earlier, a demographics study had encouraged our parish to reach out to the growing Latino population in Lincoln City. But even though we had prayed, it took a little time for the reality to catch up with the vision.

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Movement: Finding Peace in the Labyrinth

Trinity Cathedral, who had an inlaid Chartres-style labyrinth installed almost 20 years ago, knows firsthand the impact a labyrinth can have on an individual, a community, and the world.

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Origins: We are the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement

An invitation from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to place Christ at the very center of our lives individually and together as the Episcopal Church.

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Perpsective: We Are All One

Reflections from teenagers who came to St. Thomas, Eugene for the Spring Youth Event, the inaugural gathering sponsored by the Diocesan Youth Commission.

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Generosity: Come to the Table

The Rev. Shana McCauley, vicar of St. Edward’s, Silverton wants to help people come together for dinner and deep conversation in her community.

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Editorial: Unity in the Love of Christ

Sometimes, differences present a deeper challenge to our tightly held beliefs about who we are, who God is, or how the Church should act. Sometimes, it would be easiest just to walk away rather than work through the disagreement, and the question becomes: what holds us together in the Church?

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