Becoming Beloved Community Week 4: Repairing the Breach

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April 2018 Preparedness Checklist: Stay or Go?

Now from our Disaster Preparedness Program: a monthly, seasonally appropriate checklist page to help us tackle preparing for a disaster in manageable steps.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Mark’s, Medford

A church conscious of the fact that the world around is is hungry – sometimes for basic needs, sometimes for wrestling with challenging questions, and often for “soul food” that can fill the God-shaped hole inside each of us.

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Evangelism and Neighborliness

An update from St. John the Divine, Springfield, recipient of a 2017 Pentecost Offering Grant.

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Hereford House Food Pantry

An update from the Hereford House Food Pantry of St. Andrew’s, Portland, recipient of a 2017 Pentecost Offering Grant.

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Congregation Close-up: St. John’s, Bandon

Demonstrating the presence of Jesus by nurturing and healing through faithful worship, prayer, encouragement and fellowship in our Episcopal traditions.

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Congregation Close-up: Ascension, Portland

Worshipping God in the beauty of holiness is at the heart of Ascension Episcopal Parish’s ministry. Through music, art, and attention to the details of their building, Ascension seeks to praise God in a setting that values every worshipper.

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People of the Diocese: Alan Murray

This summer is the 79th Annual General Convention of The Episcopal Church. Deputies from the Diocese of Oregon were elected at our 128th Annual Convention in 2016, and are beginning their preparations for this important time of fellowship and church administration.

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Congregation Close-up: St. David of Wales, Portland

At St. David of Wales in southeast Portland, worship is a unique blend of tradition and informality, a high church liturgy in a relaxed atmosphere.

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Becoming Beloved Community: From Reflection to Action

As we approach the end of Lent, our Labyrinth journey has given us truth to recognize and a dream to proclaim. Now, Becoming Beloved Community moves from discernment and reflection into concrete action.

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Becoming Beloved Community Week 4: Repairing the Breach

After focusing on our internal dynamics, it may be time to extend our work into the world. One way to do this is to partner with other individuals, agencies, ministries and groups that share our commitment to his work.

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