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Wednesday at the Commons
Outreach Month Series-Homelessness: A Crisis in Portland
Sundays, April 15-29, 9 am., Morrison Room. Outreach and Trinity's Red Door Task Force are joining together to begin the discussion around homelessness in our community. Please join us for these special forums, and find out what Trinity can do.
Picture of Homelessness, April 15
George Devendorf, Executive Director of Transition Projects, Inc. (TPI), will join us to discuss what homelessness looks like in Portland/Multnomah County, and what TPI is doing about it.
Homelessness and Seniors, April 22
Laura Golino de Lovato, Executive Director of Northwest Pilot Project (NWPP), will join us to discuss the housing situation for seniors in Portland, and what NWPP is doing to help.
What Does Portland Need? A Call to Action, April 29
Homer Williams, Portland Developer and Advocate, will join us to discuss what has been tried, what are possible solutions, and what will our future be if we don't act.
Fabric/Ribbon Flowers Workshop
Saturday, April 28, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Bishop Dagwell Room, $20 per person. Taught by Barbara Stevenson. Hands-on class where you learn the techniques to make fabric and ribbon flowers. These can be used to embellish hats, head bands for babies and children, bouquets, etc. Students will be able to take their samples and instructions home. Students need to bring sharp scissors. Fabric, ribbon, candles, and hot glue will be provided. Click HERE to register.
Family Movie Night
A Nonviolence Workshop-Creating a Culture of Peace
World Labyrinth Day
An Evening with Diana Butler Bass
Thursday, May 10, 7:00 p.m., Kempton Hall, Free. Diana Butler Bass will join us for an evening of discussion on her newest book, Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks where she argues that gratitude is central to both our personal and political lives-and that it may be the single most important spiritual practice we can engage in times of turmoil and conflict. With moving stories from history, contemporary events, and her own life, Diana shows that gratitude can lead to greater connection with God, our loved ones, our world, and even our own souls. After the presentation, there will be an author book signing. Please join us!
Crozier Concert: Christopher Young
May 11, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
Acclaimed organ recitalist and faculty member at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music
Free to the public
Call to Artists: Diocese of Oregon Art Exhibition
Episcopal Churches of Western Oregon
July 8-September 8, Trinity Cathedral. Click HERE for additional information and how to submit your artwork.
Register for SPARKS: Service in the City Camp at Trinity
July 9-20, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Trinity. Cost $500 per person. Please pay the $50 deposit by June 1.