First Unitarian Church

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According to their web site, the First Unitarian Church of Portland strives to "create a welcoming community of diverse individuals; to promote love, reason and freedom in religion; to foster lifelong spiritual growth; and to act for social justice... Our passion stems from deeply held convictions that move us to seek meaning and relationship. As a spiritual community, and as people who choose to follow their spiritual path in genuine and meaningful ways, we yearn for a world that's transformed. We recognize that faith without works is empty."[1]

After the people living in Occupy Portland's encampment were evicted by mayor Sam Adams, First Unitarian opened its doors to several of OP's Working Groups to continue their work.

External Links

LinkLanguage: FirstUnitarianPortland.org

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