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Who We Are-The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon

welcome to all saintsAll Saints Episcopal Church is located in SE Portland, Oregon at the corner of SE 40th Avenue and SE Woodstock Blvd. Our property marks the beginning of the Woodstock commercial district and a vibrant and vital residential neighborhood. Two-thirds of our parishioners live within two miles of the church. Reed College is also in easy walking distance from the church. Nearby neighborhoods include Eastmoreland, Westmoreland and Sellwood. Along with other areas of Portland, All Saints parishioners also live in Gresham, Happy Valley, Milwaukie, Clackamas, Lake Oswego, Beaverton and Corbett.

All Saints is part of the the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, the Episcopal Church USA, and the Worldwide Anglican Communion.




The Rt. Rev. Michael J. Hanley, Bishop Diocese of Oregon

Our current Bishop, before being elected Bishop of Oregon, served parishes in Oklahoma, Missouri, and, for nineteen years, Minnesota. He is known as a supportive mentor to people of all ages and stages of life, with a deep spiritual center.

The Bishop oversees 74 churches of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, which was established in 1854.  Today the Diocese is divided into 7 Convocations; All Saints is one of 13 churches in the East Metro Convocation.

michaelcurry_0The Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church

The Most Rev. Dr. MIchael Curry, previously Bishop of North Carolina, is the 27th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States. He is chief pastor to the Episcopal Church’s 2.4 million members in 16 countries and 110 Dioceses, Ecumenical Officer, and Primate, joining leaders of the other 38 Anglican Provinces in consultation for global good and reconciliation. For more information please go to

imgThe Most Rev. Justin Welby, Archbishiop of Canterbury

The World Wide Anglican Communion includes all 38 provinces in communion with the See of Canterbury, a total of over 70 million members throughout the world. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the leader of the Worldwide Anglican Communion.  For more information please go to