Becoming Beloved Community: 2018 Lenten Program Plan

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Becoming Beloved Community: 2018 Lenten Program Plan

The outline of prayer, reflection, and action to take in the 2018 Lenten Program, Becoming Beloved Community, from the Commission to End Racism.

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In Conversation: Winter 2018

Get all the Convention highlights in our semi-annual magazine, now available to read online.

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Six people smiling and hugging in a community room at a Christmas celebration of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Florence

St. Andrew’s, Florence Seeks a Half-time Vicar

Looking for someone with a passion for ministry: this is a call and not just another job!

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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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Diocesan Positions Elected at Convention (2017)

Congratulations to all those who will begin serving new terms in diocesan leadership.

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Diocesan Leadership on the Lawsuit Against the Bishop and Diocese

Providing information and context to the allegations made in a lawsuit filed by a former diocesan employee.

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Official Statement Regarding Whistleblower Lawsuit

The Diocese believes that Ms. Macy’s allegations are unfounded and will defend the lawsuit vigorously.

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New Call: the Rev. Shawn Dickerson, St. Paul’s, Oregon City

The Vestry of St. Paul’s, Oregon City, is pleased to announce that Reverend Shawn Dickerson has accepted its call to become Rector of St. Paul’s, effective January 1, 2018.

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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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Seeing the Blessing

Prayer, action, suffering, joy. The world is heavy, but the mountain is out today, and we find the strength we need.

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