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Offering Sacred Welcome Curriculum

Presenting a curriculum for reflection and action towards immigrant justice.

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Called: the Rev. Sara Fischer at SS. Peter & Paul, Portland

We are pleased to announce that the Rev. Sara Fischer has accepted the call to serve as rector beginning May 1.

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A Valentine for 2020

Valentine’s Day has a complicated history but reminds us of one very useful thing: Christianity and hatred cannot walk together comfortably.

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Union of Black Episcopalians Chapter Forming

An invitation to the Pacific Northwest Union of Black Episcopalians Chapter, welcoming all who want to explore our heritage to join the journey with us.

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Anti-Racism Training for Faith Leaders

Mandatory anti-racism training for leaders of faith communities and people serving in a variety of positions within the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon.

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2020 Resources for Lent

Resources for individuals, groups, and congregations to assist in the observance of a holy Lent.

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Fishing for the Divine

When my grandfather and I fished together he was not just catching fish, he was fishing for me. He taught me that I mattered. I was worth his time.

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2020 Diocesan Art Exhibition

Artists are invited to submit works for this year’s show, themed “Ascension.”

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Renting Church Space: A Cautionary Tale

Information and a case study on the tax laws churches must follow when renting space to other organizations in order to keep their tax-exempt status.

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We Have to Make a Change

The Rev. Ernestein Flemister spoke to more than 200 people gathered for a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Grants Pass.

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