Join Peter Fristch from St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Las Cruces, New Mexico for an online class about healing prayer on Saturdays September 25, October 2, 9, and 16 from 8 - 9:30 a.m. Pacific Time. About the class: the role of faith, where it is needed and when it may not be; the role of touch; […]
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What does contemplative practice look like in an era of social unrest and pandemic? When it’s so easy to imagine our world descending into collapse and catastrophe, where is God’s peace to be found? Christianity, of course, was born amid fever dreams of apocalyptic expectation. As God calls us into the dark depths of wisdom, […]
We will meet at Tualatin Hills Nature Park in Beaverton. This will be approximately a two-mile walk and will include unimproved paths and some pavement. Along the way, we will say prayers, hear readings from holy scripture, and celebrate Holy Communion. We would describe this as an easy hike, with some uneven ground. Sturdy walking […]
Part I: Saturday October 16 (Symphonies 1-3) | Part II: Sunday, October 17 (Symphonies 4-6) Over the course of two evenings, we will be treated to the six organ symphonies of Louis Vierne (1870-1937), played by renowned concert organist Eric Plutz. Blind from birth, Vierne’s talents were nurtured by César Franck at the Paris Conservatoire. […]
As migrating people displaced by famine, floods, war, climate, and oppression become part of our community, we can find strength in our diversity. We share our stories and the commonalities of our experiences. Join us for these seven exhibitions exploring the challenges displaced people face. View the exhibit in Trinity's Kempton Hall gallery during cathedral […]
Bishop Akiyama will visit with the community at St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Church in Portland, OR for a visitation.
Fall meeting of Columbia Convocation clergy and delegates.