Remembering William Temple

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Writing the Face of Christ: Iconography

The first icon of the Hodegetria (Madonna pointing to the Christ child) was reportedly painted in the first century by St. Luke in memory of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Staying true to this ancient Christian tradition, Trinity Iconography Institute observes the earliest canons setting forth how icons are to be made utilizing humble materials from the earth, animals, vegetables, and minerals, depicting the heavenly reality of God, His Holy Mother and the Saints.

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Church Archiving

On December 1, Laurie Baker presented on Mission/Parish Archiving in the Bishop’s conversation with clergy. Below is the video recording of her presentation, as well as a Q&A session. Here is a PDF version of […]

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Celebrating Bishop Michael Hanley’s Ministry Among Us!

For 10 years Bishop Michael and Marla Hanley have lived and ministered in the Diocese of Oregon! Bishop Michael has helped us navigate difficulties and celebrate milestones, has supported congregations and clergy, and led us to this time of his well-earned retirement. During the next few months we will celebrate the Hanleys and their time with us in several ways.

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Cursillo

Next Cursillo is for all adults and will take place Thursday, September 10 to Sunday, September 13, at Oregon Christian Convention Center in Turner. Why should you go?

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2021 Cursillo Weekend

An Episcopal Cursillo weekend will be held Thursday evening, September 10 – Sunday afternoon, September 13, 2020 at the Oregon Christian Convention Center.

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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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