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church, we understand the importance of living in a community of Believers who share their life together, as well as having a unified heart for our Valley.
God’s purpose for our gathering is to build relationships by loving each other and our Valley.
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And although this is not all bad, it is far from what Jesus envisioned.
And further, a strong poly community sends a powerful message to the mainstream that we have a right to be just who we are.The unmarried couple, who live together in Ashland, say being happy for your partner's bliss is an outcome of practicing polyamory, a hybrid word that joins the Greek word "poly" — meaning "many" — with the Latin word "amor" or "love." It describes a nonmonogamous, committed relationship that involves more than two people.Although quiet in Ashland and most other communities, polyamory is now in the news.We are a diverse and inclusive group of non-monogamists, polyamorists and relationship anarchists in the Southern Oregon area.We come together in a sex-positive environment to create friendships, community and support of each other as individuals whose identities and lifestyles challenge the mold of monogamous culture.