We are a Presbyterian faith community, following Jesus, and embracing all!
* Community of Pilgrims Presbyterian Fellowship is a new community of faith in the Presbyterian Church (USA), located in the Portland metro area. We are an intentional Christian community, in which we practice service and fellowship, prayer and worship, and education and discipleship, as we follow Jesus and embrace all.
* We meet at Rose City Park Presbyterian Church's Chapel, located on the corner of NE Sandy Blvd., and NE 45th Ave., Portland, OR 97213 (1907 NE 45th Ave., Portland, OR 97213, a few blocks east of Hollywood Theater), and meet from 4:00-6:00 pm every Sunday. Easiest way to get into the building is on the side of the Church on NE Sandy Blvd., through the door under the awning that says "Office". Our mailing address is 2000 NE 42nd Ave., #261, Portland, OR 97213.
* We begin our time together checking in with each other as a community of friends as we value healing and healthy relationships; singing hymns, studying Scripture, Holy Communion, and a fabulous potluck. An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter is at all gatherings! Along with each individual serving the Portland area in a service project once a week, our entire community engages in a service project en mass
* For more information call or text 919-444-9111 (Pastor Brett's Cellphone), or email me at email@example.com.
Dear Community of Pilgrims and friends,
We will be gathering this Maundy Thursday, April 18, at 7 pm, at the home of Linda Fuqua- Anderson for Holy Communion. Just like Jesus and his disciples met in a simple, upper room, we will meet in Linda's living room. No sermon. Moments of silence. No hymn. Simply the Words of Institution that announce what we are about to do, breaking of the bread and sharing of the cup. In the name of Jesus. Linda Fuqua-Anderson home: 3133 NW Miller Rd., Portland, OR 97229-8565.
Community of Pilgrims Presbyterian Fellowship is a new Presbyterian Church (USA) community of faith, striving to live out our vision statement: "Following Jesus, Embracing All!" The earliest Christians called themselves people of "the Way" (Acts 9:2), following Jesus who called himself the way, the truth, and the life (John 14:6). We believe that God's Spirit still calls us daily to be modern-day pilgrims, people who are on a daily journey towards our home in God, and we invite, welcome, and include all others along this earthly pilgrimage, regardless of gender, sexual orientation (LGBTQ+ and straight friends), race, ethnicity, nationality, age, ability, whether one is hearing or deaf, socioeconomic class, or religious background. Through service, worship and prayer, and studying Scripture, we are Christ's hands, Christ's feet, and share Christ's love in making this world a better place. Join us on our pilgrimage of faith!