Welcome to a place of
connection and love.

During this time of physical separation, we offer prayers and services in multiple channels and formats, as well as resources for children and adults and all others who come to our website. To the right are direct links to resources, information, and live streaming that will be most useful during this time.

If you have questions or problems with any of our live links or issues with viewing videos, Zoom meetings, or any of our other tech during this social distancing time, click on this link to send an email to a specially created and multipli-monitored mailbox.

WE live in love through our Baptismal Promises to welcome and respect the dignity of every human being, care for God’s creation, and engage in the ministry of Jesus to bring light, healing, and grace to our world.

WE manifest joy through vibrant worship, beautiful music, and the active participation and nurturing of our children and youth.

WE embrace resilience by learning each other’s stories, proclaiming the Good News of God’s unconditional love, and strengthening our capacity to hope.

WE seek justice by advocating for political change, continuing our work as an Immigrant Welcoming Congregation, and striving to understand our role in social, economic, and racial inequality.

WE are rooted as an Episcopal Church, honoring our traditions from the creative perspective of our community, learning how to engage the bilingual and multicultural makeup of our congregation, and seeking silence and stillness to glean insight from the Holy Spirit among us.

WE live in love through our Baptismal Promises to welcome and respect the dignity of every human being, care for God’s creation, and engage in the ministry of Jesus to bring light, healing, and grace to our world.

WE manifest joy through vibrant worship, beautiful music, and the active participation and nurturing of our children and youth.

WE embrace resilience by learning each other’s stories, proclaiming the Good News of God’s unconditional love, and strengthening our capacity to hope.

WE seek justice by advocating for political change, continuing our work as an Immigrant Welcoming Congregation, and striving to understand our role in social, economic, and racial inequality.

WE are rooted as an Episcopal Church, honoring our traditions from the creative perspective of our community, learning how to engage the bilingual and multicultural makeup of our congregation, and seeking silence and stillness to glean insight from the Holy Spirit among us.

Current Events

End-of-Life Seminar

All are welcome to attend an end-of-life seminar at St. Michael’s on Saturday, March 7, from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon, to pray and share

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Youth Group outing

All youth in middle and high school are invited for pizza and karaoke! Plan to meet at Sparky’s Pizza, 839 SE Belmont, at 5:00 pm.

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2nd Sunday Table

On Sunday, February 9, between the 9:00 and 11:00 am services, the Advocacy Action Committee is asking for signatures on letters to Representatives Earl Blumenauer

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Sat 04

Men’s Breakfast

April 4 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Sat 04

Youth game night fundraiser

April 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where and When

1704 NE 43rd Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97213
503.284.7141

Sunday Services:
7:30 - Rite I
9:00 & 11:00 - Rite II
1:00 pm - Misa en Español

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