People of the Diocese: Alan Murray

Diocesan People

Stories From The Diocese

The Four Vision Quests of Jesus and our own transformation

We would like to invite you to reach for the spiritual center of the story and to look at anti-racist work as an opportuntiy for personal transfiguration. Bravery and courage for this work comes from our incredible liturgy. We are all one body, we are all interconnected, and we have access to the transformative and healing power of our gospel.

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Alli Gannett to join Diocesan Staff as Director of Communications

Allison ‘Alli’ Gannett will join the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon staff November 23, 2020 as the Director of Communications.

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Diocesan Staff Changes

The diocesan Ministry in Communications is entering a period of staff transitions.

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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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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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Connecting on Campus

Are you a college student, or do you know one? Connect with our campus-based Episcopal fellowships in a number of locations around Oregon.

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We are the People of the Diocese: Marsha Jett

Everyone is born with gifts of some description, and it’s a matter of identifying those gifts, and what makes your heart happy, and using that to move forward, live a Gospel life, and share it with others!

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Campus Ministry: Canterbury House at OSU

We are here to offer the inclusivity and radial hospitality of Jesus in practical and spiritual ways to all students!

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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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