Current Actions

Local Gatherings

There are several gatherings throughout the Portland Metro region in the upcoming months. These events will be listed on our Events & Announcements page for your invitation.

Next Meeting of the Social Justice Coalition: October 21, after worship.

At this 1 1/2 hour intersectional meeting we ground ourselves in relationship, reflect upon the last month’s actions, look to the future, and encourage one another in our passions. You are welcome to join us to learn what actions are being organized so that you can invite your community into participation.

Income Inequality. How Did This Happen?
October 28, 2 - 4 PM
Augustana Lutheran Church

Download the flyer HERE.

You are invited to a video presentation by Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary Of Labor addressing this problem. Also, Daniel Hauser, from Oregon Center for Public Policy will present information on Oregon’s income disparities and some policies contributing to it. A discussion of what people of faith can do will follow. The church's address is 2710 NE 14th Avenue in Portland. This event is sponsored by Oregon Coalition of Christian Voices, Interfaith Alliance on Poverty, Ecumenical Ministries and Jobs with Justice.

Creationtide 2018: Justice is an Ever-Living Stream

Join us for 6 weeks of Learning Hours, fellowship, and mobilization around intersectional justice issues of eco-justice. For a downloadable flyer click here.

Help your Cully Neighbors at the Arbor Mobile Home Park.

Donate your gently used AND new electronics to their raffles.

Residents of Cully neighborhood’s Arbor Manufactured Home Park have begun turning their park into a resident-owned cooperative. They are working with St. Vincent de Paul who is in process of purchasing the Arbor, which went up for sale in July. The goal for all is to preserve the park as affordable housing. Arbor folks need your help with covering the cost of their many organizational meetings to become a cooperative. They pay for printing flyers, Spanish/English interpretation services, child-care and dinner costs for families who meet directly after work. Your raffle donations of gently used and new electronics (including iPads, televisions, video game sets, cameras, music players, Bluetooth sets) will become prizes for their raffles and will help make this good work possible. Contact Sarah C. for questions or if you have anything to donate.

Interfaith Movement for Immigrant justice


Mobilization is happening now to offer education around Measure 105. To learn more about house meetings and other opportunities, click here.