Working Group on Racial Justice: Conversations about the work

Episcopal Diocese of Oregon presents an in depth look at engaging in racial justice through the eyes of activists from around the country. The first live zoom event will be on Jan. 12 featuring Taylor Stewart. Stewart started the Oregon Remembrance Project in 2018 to help communities unearth stories of injustice and engage in the … Continue reading Working Group on Racial Justice: Conversations about the work

The Afghan Crisis and Response: What is required to make Oregon a truly welcoming place for refugees?

Join Oregon Community Foundation in a virtual panel discussion with Oregon’s refugee resettlement agencies to learn how our state is managing the Afghan Crisis and what it will take for Oregon to become a truly welcoming home to Afghan families. Featuring:  Caroline van der Harten, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon Matthew Westerbeck, Catholic Charities of Oregon Djimet Dogo, The … Continue reading The Afghan Crisis and Response: What is required to make Oregon a truly welcoming place for refugees?

Portland CROP Hunger Walk

First Christian Church 1314 SW Park Ave., Portland, Oregon

CROP Hunger Walks are community-based fundraising events held in cities and towns across the United States, created to support the global mission of Church World Service, a faith-based organization transforming communities around the globe through just and sustainable responses to hunger, poverty, displacement and disaster. After a CROP Hunger Walk ends, 25 percent of the … Continue reading Portland CROP Hunger Walk

Youth v. Gov Discussion

Faith communities around the country and nation are watching Youth v. Gov together this month through Interfaith Power & Light. Find a screening near you, or you can still sign up to host a screening with your congregation or green team. Learn more about the film. Then, join us for a discussion of the film … Continue reading Youth v. Gov Discussion

Train of Tears

Riverside Community Church 317 State St., Hood River, Oregon

A "Train of Tears" commemoration will recall and reflect with regret one of the most painful chapters in the history of the Hood River Valley -- the forced internment of Japanese-Americans. The event at Riverside Community Church, United Church of Christ, will memorialize the date 80 years ago when more than 400 Japanese-American women, men … Continue reading Train of Tears

United for Peace

Congregation Beth Israel 1972 N.W. Flanders St., Portland, Oregon

CLICK HERE to watch the live broadcast of the event beginning 6:55 p.m. Join people of faith and good will on the evening of May 17 as we gather in … Continue reading United for Peace

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