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Renew Women’s Getaway (May 19th–21st)

We are so excited to invite you to the Renew Women’s Getaway, Friday evening through Sunday morning (May 19th—21st, 2017) in Lincoln City. Most meals are provided, and your main cost is lodging. We’ll be staying at the Castle at Road’s End (see photos below), a spacious 3,500 SF home with six bedrooms, a spa, sauna and open floor plan. Sign-up!

Run with Love

Join us for the 5k Run/1 Mile Walk to raise support to provide new shoes for the 1258 homeless students in Clackamas County. Enjoy a free-will donation breakfast, music and learn from a school representative the unique struggles of homeless families in Clackamas County. Run with Love is on Saturday morning, August 20th.

Renew Women’s Getaway (June 3rd–5th)

We are so excited to invite you to the Renew Women’s Getaway, Friday evening through Sunday morning (June 3rd–5th) in Lincoln City. Most meals are provided, and your main cost is lodging. Select your sleeping accommodations and the associated cost below (various based on privacy and comfort). We’ll be staying at the Castle at Road’s End (see photos below), […]

Join us for Good Friday & Resurrection Sunday!

Good Friday gathering » 7 PM on Friday night, March 25th
Gathering for under and hour to contemplate the sufferings of Christ, the courageous and generous gift of Jesus in our place. Appropriate for all ages. (Kids remain with parents.)

Resurrection Sunday gathering » 10 AM on Sunday morning, March 27th
Renew Kids classes from birth to age ten. Everyone begins together to sing and pray, and then at half-time we transition. (What should I expect?)

Both gathering at the Revival Building (813 7th St in Oregon City).

Extreme Weather Updates: when & how we shall make weather-related decisions about Sunday gatherings

Weather Updates: With #SNOWPDX upon us, and weather-related concerns, we recognize communication will be helpful before Sunday morning arrives. We have three simple axioms connected to making decisions on gatherings in the event of extreme weather, and a few ways to communicate with all. These are SAFETY, WISDOM & SHARING. Communicating well helps us not invest needless time thinking solely about ourselves and our plans.

Looking outside and noticing a bit of snow! Have you been able to enjoy it as much as endure it? #RenewReCreate

As much fun as it can be, often the weather leads us to be fun, fearful or foolish.

Since a few have asked, I’ll revisit a weather policy drafted on the fly a couple winters ago, reworded for a new season. As we live in a mostly under-prepared locale, let’s be SAFE, WISE, and SHARE …