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Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 NW 19th

147 NW 19th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209, US (map)

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  • Tuesday
    Jan 30 2018
    Hearing the Cries for Justice Workshops

    Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hearing-the-cries-for-justice-tickets-39017975816

    The Hearing the Cries for Justice Convocation will equip and motivate faith communities to offer hospitality to all impacted by the criminal justice system, including survivors of crime and violence, families of the incarcerated, persons returning from prison, and those inside.

    Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon (EMO) presents Hearing the Cries for Justice, a convocation to equip and motivate faith communities to offer hospitality to all impacted by the criminal justice system, including survivors of crime and violence, families of the incarcerated, persons returning from prison, and those inside.

    Workshops will provide training for ministry and action on topics such as: women in prison and children of the incarcerated; restorative justice approaches; human trafficking and survivor voices; immigrant rights in the justice system; mass incarceration and racial injustice; reentry challenges for sex offenders; innovative ministries inside prisons and after prison; and intersections of violence and justice.

    Co-sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, the Episcopal Bishop of Oregon Foundation, and the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Oregon.

    For information about paying for admission by check or applying for a scholarship, call EMO at (503) 221-1054.

  • Wednesday
    Dec 13 2017
    Gun Violence Vigil

    In remembrance of the fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Shootings, the cathedral will be open at 5:00 p.m. for prayer and Eucharist will begin at 5:30 p.m. This is in coordination with a national vigil against gun violence.

    At 7:00 p.m. there will be a presentation by Moms Demand Action - OR, a gun violence prevention group.

  • Thursday
    Nov 2 2017
    Wounded Earth, Wounded Humanity: God's Call for Climate Justice (2017 Collins Lecture)

    1 to 5:15 p.m. Seminar | 7 to 9:15 p.m. Lecture

    We will explore how climate change disproportionately affects the world’s most vulnerable people, triggering the loss of livelihoods, food insecurity, forced migration and poor health. Polluted air and water, weather disasters and drought bring devastation to all, particularly those living in poverty. We will also discuss how fossil fuel production and transportation often impact the marginalized, as seen with the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock.

    What is climate justice and why is it a civil rights issue?

    • Explore the ties between ecological justice and social justice as we respond to God's call to be faithful stewards of Creation.
    • Learn about innovative, practical ways to protect people, places and the common good through individual, legislative and congregational actions.
    • Join in building spiritual resilience to meet the challenge of caring for our beloved Earth home.

    Guest lecturers will be The Rev. Canon Sally Bingham, president and founder of Interfaith Power & Light (IPL) and canon for the environment in the Episcopal Diocese of California, and The Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley, civil rights leader, climate change activist and retired pastor of the historic Providence Missionary Baptist Church of Atlanta.

    The cost to attend the seminal and lecture (includes dinner is $50 general and $25 for students with ID; to attend the lecture only, the cost is $25 general and $15 students.

    Learn more and register at www.emoregon.org.

  • Friday
    Aug 18 2017
    Bridging Divides with Compassionate Listening
    Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 NW 19th

    Facilitated by Joanie Levine & Yehudah Winter Aug 18th , 7-9:30 pm, Aug 19th, 10am-6pm, Aug 20th, 1-6pm Location: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 N.W. 19th Ave, Ptld OR Cost: $100 registration fee; $95-$200 at completion of workshop Trinity members: $75. Scholarships & work trades available.

    Joanie & Yehudah have taught the Basics of Compassionate Listening in Java, Malaysia, Rwanda, Uganda, Israel, Palestine and throughout Oregon, plus numerous short introductions to CL, including to the Air Force National Guard,Mercy Corps and at “The Bridge” exhibit at Trinity last summer. Joanie brings her expertise in authentic movement and dance to the workshops, while Yehudah brings his skills as a facilitator with Resolutions Northwest. Both bring their skills as facilitators with the Alternatives to Violence Project. Attendees will be encouraged to form practice groups in their locales.

    To register: (503) 287-8737 PayPal: alanyehudah@gmail.com or via Mail to: CL Oregon, 5707 NE 15th Ave, Ptld OR 97211


    Compassionate Listening Oregon - Communication is everything! At home or wherever you travel, people want to tell you their story. We can teach you how to listen openly, without judgement.

  • Wednesday
    Jun 21 2017
    Red Door Movie Series: Salam Neighbor

    SALAM NEIGHBOR (2015) Two Americans head to the edge of war, just seven miles from the Syrian border, to live among 85,000 uprooted refugees in Jordan's Za'atari camp. As the first filmmakers allowed by the United Nations to register and set-up a tent inside a refugee camp, Zach and Chris plunge into the heart of the world's most pressing humanitarian crisis. From meeting Um Ali, a woman struggling to overcome personal loss and cultural barriers, to the street smart, 10-year-old Raouf, whose trauma hides just beneath his ever present smile, Zach and Chris uncover inspiring stories of individuals rallying, against all odds, to rebuild their lives and those of their neighbors. (NR)

    Trinity Cathedral’s beautiful red doors swing outward as well as in! Join Trinity friends (and bring other friends as well) as we explore our commitments to radical hospitality, and respecting the dignity of every human being, through the screening of three well-regarded films this summer. The series, sponsored by Trinity’s Red Door Initiative, will provide insight and opportunity to talk about the situation of refugees, immigrants, and homeless people in our community and the world. For more information, contact Julia McCray Goldsmith.

    • 6:00 pm Dinner - Sign up required at the Information Wall, located outside Kempton Hall. $10 donation at the door.
    • 7:00 pm Movie - Free admission. A shared discussion will take place after the movie.
  • Sunday
    Jun 18 2017
    Pride Parade

    Join the Trinity contingent to march in the Portland Pride Parade, one of Portland’s largest civic events! Our contingent will include LGBTQ+ and straight folks of all ages. A fun and celebratory event that sends a powerful message of tolerance and inclusion!

    If you plan attend the 10:00 a.m. service at Trinity, you can catch up with us after church! RSVP to Wayne A. Cornelius for details.