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.
We are welcoming a limited number of people to attend church services in person at the Portland Apostolic Faith Church. If you would like to attend, visit the Portland Church page to reserve your seat. All services will be streamed live (find the service schedule here) and you can join the webcast audience through the Media Center page or our YouTube channel.
Although the world headquarters office is closed to visitors for now, some staff and ministers are present to take phone calls and respond to mail. If you are in need of prayer in this difficult time, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pray for you.
A new edition of our magazine is now available and the cover article, "Cross-Cultural Christianity," gives Biblical advice to maintain unity in a multi-cultural congregation. Other topics include a teaching about waiting on God, the testimony of a Hawaiian couple freed from addictions to drugs and alcohol, the opening sermon from the 1920 Portland Camp Meeting, 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.
It is wonderful for us who are gathered here from different parts of the United States and many other countries, to know that the Blood of Jesus Christ has made all nations of one blood. We are not...
Tears of joy flowed as I realized that God sent His Son not to condemn me, but to save me! I knew I didn’t deserve His love and mercy, but my eyes were opened to understand that God loves me, and that He had loved me all along.Blanche Sifagaloa
I had been paying for drugs to make me feel good, but salvation from God was better than any drug I had ever used, and it was free!Blanche Sifagaloa
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.