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Sign-up for a 2017 Oregon Legislative Workshop!
These workshops are hosted by Oregon Interfaith Power and Light, a project of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, and Renew Oregon.
Workshops will have three components: an introduction to climate change through a faith and social justice lens, an explanation of the pro-climate policy going through the Oregon legislature this session, and a presentation on Advocacy 101: tools you can take away to be an effective faith-based policy advocate.
Which workshop(s) do you plan to attend?
Lincoln City: February 17, Congregational Church of Lincoln City, UCC. 1760 NW 25th St., Lincoln City, OR 97367
Bend: February 19, Trinity Episcopal. 231 Idaho St., Bend, OR 97703
Pendleton: February 18, Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. 241 SE 2nd St., Pendleton, OR 97801
Portland: February 9, St. Andrew Lutheran. 12405 SW Butner Rd., Beaverton, OR 97005
Eugene: February 20, First Christian. 1166 Oak St., Eugene, OR 97401
Medford: February 11, Medford UCC. 1801 E Jackson St., Medford, OR 97504
First and Last Name
Faith Community and Congregation
Example: United Church of Christ, Kairos-Milwaukie UCC
Do you need transportation assistance to your workshop?
We will contact you if transportation becomes available.
Can you volunteer at your workshop?
Thank you! We will contact you if the need arises and you have indicated you may be available.
I may be able to provide transportation to the workshop.
I may be able to help with set-up and/or sign-ins.
I may be able to help with closing, take-down and/or clean up.
I may be able to arrive a few minutes early to be trained as a "workshop assistant" during the workshop (helping pass out and collect forms, etc.).
Please include your address if you can provide or need transportation.
Phone Number (with area code)
Please include your phone number if you can provide or need transportation.
Any further comments?
For example: If you signed up to help with transportation, how far would you be willing to go to pick up a participant?
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