2019 United Thank Offering Grant Cycle

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Stories From The Diocese

2019 United Thank Offering Grant Cycle

The 2019 United Thank Offering Grant cycle is now open and the focus is GO: Crossing boundaries created by race, culture, and economics to create communities that listen deeply and learn to live like Jesus.

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2018 Annual Ministry Reports

What’ve you been up to lately? The following reports were submitted by diocesan ministries regarding their activities in 2018.

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Campus Ministry: ECM in Eugene

Episcopal Campus Ministry (ECM) in Eugene welcomes students who come from a variety of places and backgrounds. In the context of worship and the friendly conversation around the dinner table, the stresses of college life sometimes melt away.

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Episcopal Service Corps: This is the Year

Episcopal Service Corps programs are in more than 20 communities across the United States, several of which continue to accept applications for the 2018-2019 year.

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The Road to Sheridan: Love Leads Us

For our communities of faith, this can no longer be a time for “business as usual.” So, several churches will be holding a public ecumenical worship service this Sunday morning (6/24) at 11:00 a.m., just outside the Sheridan Prison.

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Rahab’s Sisters: 2017 Recipients of a Commission on Poverty and Homelessness Grant

“This has been a place that I could come to be myself…and get help even if it’s a hug. It’s what I hope to feel when I meet my Father and sit to eat, invited and unashamed and free to be me, loved as I am.” – Rahab’s Sisters Guest

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Portland Pride Parade

This year for the Portland Pride parade and festival we’re joining the Community of Welcoming Congregations. Join us for the march!

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GEMN Global Mission Conference 2018

“Mission Connects Us: God, World, Church” is the theme of the annual Global Mission Conference for 2018 organized by the Global Episcopal Mission Network (GEMN) at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, April 11-13.

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three children in colorful robes, white shirts, and gold crowns in a play of the three kinds for Epiphany

The “E-Word”

Epiphany comes from a Greek word that means “manifestation” or “showing forth.” From the Feast of the Epiphany on January 6 through all the Sundays after that day until Lent, this season is about the manifestation or showing forth of God’s glory in Jesus Christ.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Timothy’s, Brookings

At St. Timothy’s, the people who enter step into a place of welcome – and the possibility that they have as much to give as they receive.

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