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.
All public church services and events at the Portland church have been cancelled until further notice. The headquarters office is closed to visitors, though some staff and ministers are present to take phone calls and respond to mail.
Sundays at 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. (PDT) we will webcast services held at the Portland church using fewer than ten ministers and musicians. Each meeting will draw on workers who are from the same household, while practicing social distancing between those who are not family members. On Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m., following a live welcome and announcements, we will replay a sermon from our archives. On Fridays at 7:30 p.m. will be a Bible study from our current unit of Discovery curriculum. The weekly Discovery lesson can be accessed here (new lessons are posted on Mondays) and the corresponding daily Daybreak lessons are available in the Daily Devotional.
Any further updates will be posted here.
A new edition of our magazine is now available and the cover article, "The Weight of Our Words," considers what God's Word says about our words. Other topics include an in-depth study on Christ's Atonement, the testimony of a man who turned back to God after having turned away, and more. Click here to read it online now!
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.
The atonement of Jesus Christ is a theme that runs throughout the entire Bible—it is at the very heart of God’s redemptive purpose for humanity. In secular usage, the word atonement ref...
On one of the teacher’s visits, he looked at me and told me that my sister’s condition was better than mine because I was not saved. That really struck me because the injury had left her with almost no ability to function.Mary Fasola
I needed God to speak to me and restore peace in my heart, and in His mercy, God did just that.Mary Fasola
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.