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Clergy Conference 2020

The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon 2020 Clergy Conference presents a Conversation about Racial Reconciliation with the Rev. Isaiah Shaneequa Brokenleg, Staff Officer for Racial Reconciliation, TEC.

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Diana Akiyama

Rev. Dr. Diana Akiyama Elected 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon

Delegates to the Electing Convention held August 29, 2020 have elected the Rev. Dr. Diana Akiyama as the 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon. The vote was confirmed after two, concluding the over year-long process of seeking a replacement for Bishop Michael Hanley who began his service in the Diocese in 2010 and will retire in January 2021.

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Electing Convention Livestream

The Electing Convention for the 11th Bishop of the Diocese of Oregon will be available for livestream viewing beginning at 9:00 AM Pacific Time on Saturday, August 29, 2020.

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Celebrating Bishop Michael Hanley’s Ministry Among Us

As Bishop Michael and Marla Hanley approach his retirement, we in the Diocese of Oregon are invited to celebrate their ministry with us and thank +Michael for his leadership.

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Virtual Choir Recording: God of Grace and God of Glory

The Liturgy & Music Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon is pleased to announce the availability of its virtual choir recording of God of Grace and God of Glory, #594 in Hymnal 1982.

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Church of the Resurrection, Eugene Seeks Full-time Priest-in-Charge

The Church of the Resurrection, located in the South Hills of Eugene, Oregon, seeks a Priest-in-Charge who hopes to become our Rector. We desire a priest who wants to share both our joy in the love of God and our individual challenges as we journey along the Way of Christ.

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A Word on Protest and Federal Policing

We Episcopalians stand in a creative tension with regard to civil authority. We are the inheritors of an established church tradition and so it is our longstanding custom to honor legitimate government. At the same time, we follow One who challenged the civil authority of his own day.

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In Support of Peaceful Protests and Continued Calls for Justice

We are all aware of the largely peaceful protests that have been going on in Portland these past months to call for changes in how we keep the peace in Portland and especially in how black and brown individuals are treated by law enforcement.

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St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church launches renewable energy project

St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church in NE Portland will soon generate its own clean, renewable power thanks to a funding award from The Diocese of Oregon and Pacific Power’s Blue Sky program participants.

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Join the Virtual Choir

The Liturgy & Music Commission of our diocese is coordinating the effort to have voices from all over the diocese sing the hymn God of Grace and God of Glory, #594 in Hymnal 1982.

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