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Congregation Close-up: St. Luke by the Sea, Waldport

The theme of St. Luke’s 2018 Stewardship Campaign is, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” Soon they will be ready to welcome two new neighbors into Conestoga huts on the church’s land.

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Diocesan Convention 2018: Living Generously

One of the joys when we come to Convention is joining together to share out of our abundance. This year, our generosity flowed in four directions and totaled nearly $10,000 (and lots of underwear!).

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Remembering William Temple

William Temple (1881-1944) was a priest, bishop, and Archbishop of Canterbury; a social reformer; and the namesake of William Temple House here in Portland. The feast of William Temple will be celebrated on Sunday, November 18, at 5 p.m. with a special choral evensong at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral.

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Diocesan Convention 2018: We The People

Nearly 400 people attended our annual diocesan Convention. Learn who was elected, what dreams attendees shared for the future of our churches, and view the many smiles captured in the Episcogram.

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November 2018 Preparedness Checklist: What Do We Do When It Happens Someplace Else

This month we look at ways to respond to disasters that do not immediately impact our geographic communities.

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AJ’s Ride

October 30th, I will ride from Corvallis to our yearly Diocese of Oregon convention in Seaside. My name is AJ Buckley, I am an Episcopal priest and I’m trans and non-binary. I exist and I won’t be erased. And, so, I ride.

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St. Francis, Wilsonville seeks Full-time Rector

St. Francis of Assisi Church is a welcoming, caring and friendly community full of energy for ministry. We are looking for a full-time rector to share our faith journey and lead our worship in Oregon’s beautiful Willamette Valley.

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Let Your Light Shine: Episcopal Relief & Development’s Gifts for Life

Gifts for Life enables individuals and groups to create lasting change in communities worldwide through the purchase of gifts to support those communities.

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Congregation Close-up: St. James, Coquille

St. James’ mission is to feed Coquille in “mind, body, and spirit,” and each of our ministries seeks to meet people not in one or the other but in all three at once.

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A male priest with a long white beard wearing a green robe raises his hand above a statue of shells next to the edge of a brick labyrinth. In the background, a woman with short blond hair holds a tall stick with a cross on top.

Congregation Close-up: St. Hilda’s, Monmouth

Tucked into the scenic Willamette Valley town of Monmouth, St. Hilda’s Episcopal Church is a small, close-knit community. With around 25 parishioners, everyone works hard together to accomplish their goals and to take care of each other, no matter what the need may be.

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