Welcome to the Apostolic Faith Church.

We are a traditional, Bible-believing church, committed to upholding the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our services are a time to worship God through music, be encouraged by testimonies of God working in lives today, and hear practical, relevant, Bible-based sermons. We hope you can visit us at one of hundreds of locations around the world.

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Daybreak and Discovery. Learn more 

Join us as we begin an in-depth study of the minor prophets.

On September 2 we will begin a 13-week study of our Daybreak and Discovery unit on the books of Joel, Jonah, Amos, Hosea, Micah, and Isaiah. The Daybreak lessons will be posted as our Daily Devotional, and the weekly Discovery lessons will be posted on the Sunday School Page.


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Resources. Learn more 

Quick access to our online resources.

Today's devotional gives practical ways to apply God's Word to your life. The Sunday School page has all the lessons for the upcoming week. The World Report shares news from our churches around the globe. Find even more online resources in the Library.

Apostolic Faith Magazine. Learn more 

  • Have You Settled for Second Best?

    By Joe Bishop

    Too many people stop halfway in their quest for eternal life. Don't join them!

    We don’t go very far along life’s pathway before we face the universal question—a question that not only spans the ages of time, but also the continents and cultures of this entir...

  • Though a Child, I Knew What God Did Was Real

    The family I was raised in was one where Christian testimonies were lived out before me. However, our home did not start that way. Both of my parents had been raised in Christian homes, but as they...

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Media Center. Learn more 

Enjoy our church services online.

The media center gives you access to the live webcast and video archive of the services held at our headquarters church in Portland, Oregon. The podcast library includes playlists with sermons from recent meetings, special events, and some favorites from the past.