Living with Integrity, a reflection from your Bishop

Gospel Justice (Social Justice)

Stories From The Diocese

Living with Integrity, a reflection from your Bishop

When we describe a person as one who has integrity, we are saying they are honest, upright, and treat others with respect. We think of such people as well-integrated; they have faced their imperfections and weaknesses, and know they are God’s beloved even so.

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Oregon Remembrance Project – Truth Telling in Coos Bay

This post was written by Taylor Stewart, founder of Oregon Remembrance Project. Join the truth telling event and ceremony for the historical marker honoring the life of Alonzo Tucker on June 19. Hello, my name […]

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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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Offering Sacred Welcome Curriculum

Presenting a curriculum for reflection and action towards immigrant justice.

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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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Anti-Racism Training for Faith Leaders

Mandatory anti-racism training for leaders of faith communities and people serving in a variety of positions within the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon.

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We Have to Make a Change

The Rev. Ernestein Flemister spoke to more than 200 people gathered for a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Grants Pass.

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Welcoming the Stranger

Last weekend, Diocesan Convention delegates approved a resolution offering workshops and resources on welcoming immigrants and refugees.

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Update on the Diocesan Socially Responsible Investment Fund

Join the Socially Responsible Investment Fund committee members at Diocesan Convention to discuss money and morals.

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Episcopal Church Statement on the White House Decision to Reduce the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program

The Episcopal Church condemns the administration’s decision to reduce the number of refugees and further dismantle the refugee resettlement program.

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