Members

Rabbi Rob Abramovitz

Rev. Kendra Behn-Smith

White Salmon Methodist Church

Rev. John Boonstra

Rev. John Boonstra is a clergy person in the United Church of Christ.  He is currently doing climate and creation justice ministry in partnership with the Mount Adams Ministerial Association and the Gorge Ecumenical Ministries.  He is a former pastor in White Salmon (Bethel UCC) and was Executive Minister of the Washington Association of Churches from 1989 until 2005.   He is based now with the Columbia Gorge Climate Action Network.

Contact:
Rev. John Boonstra
541-505-6282

Ven. Kozen Sampson

Mt. Adams Zen Buddhist Temple

Fr. Solomon Covarrubias

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

Rev. Alicia Speidel

Reverend Alicia Speidel is pastor of Hood River Valley Christian Church.  In addition, she is involved in the Gorge Youth Collective which brings together six youth groups from around the Gorge.  She also supports the Hood River Warming Shelter.

Rev. Scott Crane

First Presbyterian Church

Rev. Kirk Thomas

Rev. Kirk Thomas is a Senior Priest and former Archdruid of Ár nDraíocht Féin : A Druid Fellowship (ADF). ADF Druidry is a Neopagan religion of reciprocity – we give to the Spirits in order than They might give back to us. Rev. Thomas holds public rituals at the Sanctuary for each of the 8 High Holidays.

Kyri Kengan Treiman

Kyri Kengan Treiman first began practicing meditation in 1969, and is a Shokki (senior) at Portland’s Dharma Rain Zen Center and the Hood River Zen sitting group. She leads meditation workshops and classes in Portland and the Columbia River Gorge.

Rev. David King

Rev. David D. M. King is a United Methodist elder who pastors Spirit of Grace in Hood River, a LutheranMethodist cooperative church. David also studies New Testament at Iliff School of Theology and University of Denver.

Brook Maurer

Bahai’s of the Gorge

Rev. Judy Zimmerman

Rev. Judy Zimmerman is pastor at the Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, which serves Klickitat, Skamania, Wasco and Hood River Counties.  She brings a career as an academic psychologist and executive director of Oregon Unitarian Universalist Voices for Justice to parish ministry.

Cheraga Kalama Reuter

Kalama Reuter has been involved with Sufism since 1976. She was drawn by the acceptance of all paths to Spirit, the inclusion of body prayer, music and sound that both the Sufi Ruhaniat International and the Mevlevi Order of America expound. She teaches Sufi classes in Portland and is moving toward the Oneness with every breath.

Rev. Kelly Mahon

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

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Rev. Andrew Wade

Bethel Congregational Church