Open Your Mouth for the Speechless

Formation

Stories From The Diocese

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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Building Bridges

Like a well-designed and carefully built bridge, a good relationship can bear a lot of weight and stress, even if it takes some effort to maintain.

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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 So Much More

In the midst of all that hustle and bustle of harvesting I’m sure there’s little time for those involved to reflect on all that has taken place to turn the seeds that were planted in the spring into the autumn bounty being reaped.

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Each Grain of Rice

The autumnal equinox was this past Saturday, the 22nd of September, and with it we enter into the glorious season of autumn.  We’re in a time of harvest, of growing coldness and darkness, but also of thanksgiving. 

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Academy for Formation and Mission Fall 2018

Enrollment is now open for classes including Faith Meets World, Anglican Identity, Pastoral Care, and more. All are welcome!

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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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The Feast of the Ascension

What does it mean when we say that Jesus ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God? Looking further into this special day of celebration.

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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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