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September 12
Portland AIDS Walk 2015. Join EMO’s HIV Services, to walk for our communities and the fight against HIV/AIDS at Cascade AIDS Project’s AIDS Walk 2015. Visit www.aidswalkportland.org for details on the celebration and walk. Search for EMO HIV Day Center and register as a part of our team! As a community partner, EMO’s HIV Services receives 60% of funds raised by our team so even if you can’t walk with us, visit www.aidswalkportland.org/HIVDayCenter to donate to the HIV Day Center AIDS Walk Team. This year, Quest Diagnostics is sponsoring AIDSWalk and a number of co-beneficiaries, including EMO HIV Services. They will have a great array of activities, including a scavenger hunt, for us all to participate in on the day of the walk. We hope to see you there!

October 14
Second Home Celebration. 7:20 to 8:30 a.m. at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 12405 SW Butner Rd., Beaverton. Please join us as EMO's Second Home celebrate five years of providing housing for unaccompanied students in the Beaverton School District. We are eager to tell the story of how the Beaverton community has stepped up to support our youth during a crucial time in their lives, so that they can graduate from high school and pursue their dreams and goals. All are welcome! There is no cost to attend; a free will offering will be taken. Please RSVP or for more information, contact Jenny Pratt at jpratt@emoregon.org or (503) 221-1054.

2015 Collins LectureNovember 19
2015 Collins Lecture, "The Gospel of Conquest: Native Americans, Christianity and the Doctrine of Discovery" at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 NW 19th Ave., Portland. Guest lecturers will include Robert MillerGeorge "Tink" Tinker, and Kim Recalma-Clutesi, who will discuss the 15th-century basis for European Christian claims to the Americas, and examine its continued influence on relations among church, tribe and state. The sacredness of our connection to the ancestral owners of the land will be evoked by ritual, music, drumming, prayer, story and a shared meal, inspiring us toward reconciliation and renewal. Learn more about the 2015 Collins Lecture.

Save the Date: January 31, 2016
The Seventh Annual Earth Care Summit: Renewing Creation from the Ground Up. At University of Portland. Download a Registration Form. Download a Cosponsorship Form. Check back soon for more information.

2016 Earth Care Summit

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