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Our true home is in the present moment.
To live in the present moment is a miracle.

-Thich Nhat Hanh

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LEWIS And CLARK COLLEGE (11-19-10)  

Looking forward to seeing you at the next exciting COEXIST EVENT at Lewis and Clark College on the 19th of this month.
Hope you forward copies of this flyer to all your friends!

Blessings of Peace,
Barry, Dee and Daniel


Click this link to open and print our Coexist flyer


Our Celebration
Friday, November 19, 2010
7-7:30 Come early for 'Coexist Connection'
for coffee, tea and talk !
Lewis and Clark College Agnes Flanagan Chapel 0615 SW Palatine Hill Road Portland, Oregon 97219 (map)

This month we are co-creating the Event with LEWIS and CLARK COLLEGE. Sharing in the event will be Rabbi Seidel, Catholic Sister Schaeffer, and student body members including Quaker, Christian and Zen Buddhist.

Enjoy soulful music, ceremony and wisdom taken from many spiritual practices.

Lewis & Clark Agnes Flanagan ChapelAdapted from the church's website at


The Agnes Flanagan Chapel is one of the first buildings that visitors to Lewis & Clark College see as they drive up Palatine Hill Road and approach the main campus. The chapel is named in honor and memory of college trustee Agnes Flanagan whose vision, enthusiasm and generosity made its construction possible. Completed in the fall of 1968, the chapel was officially dedicated in February of 1969.

The chapel's impressive contemporary lines and distinctive conical shape incorporate a strong Northwest Coast Native American influence, and are the design of architect Paul Thiry. The Wallace Howe Lee Memorial Bridge, leading from the roadway to the chapel entrance, is flanked by sculpted figures of the four evangelists (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John). Chief Lelooska of the Cherokee tribe designed these figures which combine ancient Christian symbolism with the symbolism of the Northwest Coast Native American people. The beautiful interior of the chapel features a magnificent Casavant organ.



Upcoming Events
17 Dec at 7pm - Coexist Event at TheFirst Baptist Church, Downtown Portland
21 Jan at 7pm - Coexist Event at Mt. Tabor Presbuterian Church, SE Portland


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