Most of us in the Pacific Northwest are able to turn on our water tap to receive clean, safe water for consumption and bathing. This is not true in many places throughout world. The Center for Disease Control considers access to safe drinking water a human right, not a privilege, for every man, woman, and […]
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Wednesday at the Commons is Trinity's midweek learning community, which offers classes that open us to new ways of thinking, push us to go deeper in our relationships and commitments, and offer us new insights into each other and God. View class descriptions & register at trinity-episcopal.org/wednesdays St. Francis Term Classes (5 sessions; 10/20-11/17): - […]
Join the Absalom Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing and the women of Province IX for a two-day virtual conference focusing on issues of wellness and empowerment for women of color. Download the flyer here. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvdemgpzgiH9c4nXnYjoR2C-WMf97Ixu-D
In honor of our inaugural hike in November of 2020, we will be returning to where it all began. Please join us for our November 20th hike starting from the Gabriel Park Community Garden. We will meet at the upper parking lot, located at 4151 SW Canby Street, Portland. We ask that you RSVP by […]
Bishop Akiyama will visit with the community at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salem, OR for a visitation.
The people of St. Gabriel Episcopal Church invite you to join with us in an Evensong Service of Lament Remembering the Victims of the Indian Boarding Schools. Through words and music, sounds and silence, we will grieve the Native children, families, and communities who were victims of the boarding schools, acknowledge the ongoing intergenerational trauma […]
The Bishop's Close is closed today and the staff is off.