Fellow Workers in Creation

Stewardship

Stories From The Diocese

Fellow Workers in Creation

For the past century, we have come to realize more and more the destructive capacity of humanity on the natural world. We have the capability to alter radically this creation that God called good. And we are. Tragically so.

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Fellow-workers with Christ

How does our commitment to our faith and our communities lead us in managing our responsibilities, resources, and opportunities?

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Report of the Socially Responsible Investment Stakeholder Advisory Committee: July 2017

As a result of a 2015 resolution, the SAC presents its initial findings on the Socially Responsible Investment Fund.

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Living into the Story

“I love living into the Advent story every year. I am currently thinking about the Prophets and what they told us about what it means to listen to God’s word.”

For Maureen Hagen, Director for the Academy for Formation and Mission in the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, listening and living into the story leads to giving. As part of her own spiritual practice, Hagen follows 30 Days of Gratitude in November, with 31 Days of Giving each December.

A Godly Play storyteller since 2003, Hagen says her Godly Play practice informs her approach to Christian formation as a whole, and generosity in particular. Whether teaching, giving, or supporting in other ways, she spends time first in prayer, then listening, wondering, response.

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Help for Haiti

How you can help Haiti: Episcopal Relief and Development is on the ground. Resources for prayer and a reputable recipient for donations.

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Holy Currencies: Stewardship 365

This innovative stewardship program will help leaders and congregations discover the resources at hand and then share them inward and outward

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