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Meet your deputies to General Convention – Part 5

The Rev. Diane Higgins-Shaffer, Deacon Home Congregation: Calvary, Seaside Number of General Conventions attended:  Two Legislative Committee: None Why is General Convention important to you?    Having had the privilege of being elected to and participating in parish and […]

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Meet your deputies to General Convention – Part 4

The Rev. Kerlin Richter Home Congregation: St. David of Wales, Portland Number of General Conventions attended:  2 as a guest, this will be my first as a deputy Legislative Committee: None Why is General Convention important to you? […]

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Meet your deputies to General Convention – Part 3

The Rev. Gavin Shumate Home Congregation: St. John’s, Toledo Number of General Conventions attended: 1 Legislative Committee: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Exploitation, & Safeguarding Why is General Convention important to you?  General Convention is important to me because it […]

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Meet your deputies to General Convention – Part 2

The Rev. Roberto Maldonado-Mercado Home Congregation: Santa Cruz/Holy Cross, Hillsboro Number of General Conventions attended:  2 Legislative Committee: Evangelism & Church Planting Committee  Why is General Convention important to you?  It is an opportunity to help shape the […]

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The Annual Meeting of the Convention of the Diocese of Oregon to meet online

View as a PDF Dear friends in Christ, The 134th Annual Meeting of the Convention of the Diocese of Oregon will take place online via Zoom on Saturday, October 29, 2022. This decision is a […]

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Meet your deputies to General Convention – Part 1

The Rev. Wes Sedlacek Home Congregation: Samaritan Health Services (but connected to St. Martin’s in Lebanon) Number of General Conventions attended:  5 Legislative Committee: Stewardship and Socially Responsible Investing Why is General Convention important to you?   When I […]

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Presiding Bishop Curry’s visit to the Diocese

It was a joy to welcome Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to our diocese. His visit took him from Portland to Lincoln City to Eugene. He met with individuals and groups from across the diocese to […]

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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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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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