Revival with Presiding Bishop Curry

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Stories From The Diocese

Launching into Advent

Advent is a wonderful time for introspective reflection and the stories of Advent give us a wonderful launching pad for this task.

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An altar party of priest, deacon, and two acolytes prepares to process for a service

Congregation Close-up: Trinity, Ashland

Hands and feet, mind and spirit. God has been praised in this smallish church since 1895, long enough for Trinity Episcopal Church to find its way onto the National Register of Historic Places. 

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Congregation Close-up: St. Martin’s, Lebanon

We are a bit rural. We are a little small. We are friendly and active and dedicated. We are a church that people come from and to which people return. We are a family, a home.

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Open Your Mouth for the Speechless

It is my hope and prayer that we are inspired by these courageous people to tell our stories and listen to the stories of others.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Barnabas, McMinnville

Meet an energetic congregation carrying out the gospel in mind, body, and spirit.

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A Celtic Cross in a Graveyard with the Sun Shining on it

Remembering and Living with the Dead

Remembering the significance and rituals of Halloween, All Saints’ Day, and All Souls’ Day.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Timothy’s, Brookings

At St. Timothy’s, the people who enter step into a place of welcome – and the possibility that they have as much to give as they receive.

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Congregation Close-up: St. Christopher’s, Port Orford

In beautiful Port Orford, the people of St. Christopher’s gather for worship, for fellowship, and to care for their community.

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Cuernavaca earthquake aid deliveries

Relief for Cuernavaca

Sharing an update and opportunity to support earthquake recovery efforts in Mexico.

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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry with a big smile

Revival with Presiding Bishop Curry

Nov. 17-19: Three days of singing, dancing, eating, and conversation about how we are called to be in our communities.

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