Join Eastminster (www.EastminsterPDX.org) for the other half of this pilgrimage of faith. During the ten Sundays that Rev. Brian will be on the PedalPilgrimage ten different speakers from the community will be sharing their spiritual journeys and how they have had to “let go” of a past religious identity in order to embrace their current spiritual values. Below is the schedule:
“THIS IS MY STORY” SERIES
July 17 Fr. Charles “Chuck” Cooper (priest at Spiritus Abbey, a contemplative Catholic community with a monastic focus, affiliated with the American Catholic Church in the United States)
July 24 Carol Placer (therapist, community organizer, non-violent communication facilitator)
July 31 Jean DeMaster (executive director of Human Solutions)
August 7 Barbara Willer (former Multnomah County Commissioner and M.Div. candidate at Marylhurst University)
August 14 Rev. Ian Doescher (young, progressive Presbyterian minister and songwriter)
August 21 Rev. Jean Ellen Herzegh (Presbyterian minister with a Buddhist practice)
August 28 Meg Eberle (progressive Catholic, member of St. Philip Neri Catholic parish, peace and justice committee)
September 4 Richard Lovett (author of Freewheelin’: A Solo Journey Across America)
September 11 Amy Livingstone (founder of Sacred Art Studio, M.A. in spiritual traditions)
September 18 Marie Daniels (Co-chair of the Youth Subcommittee of the East Portland Action Plan, peace educator, and compassion advocate)
Sundays, 10:00-11:15 a.m.
Eastminster Presbyterian Church
12505 NE Halsey St.
Portland, OR 97230