• Ministry with Older Adults Picnic

    Tuesday, July 22, 11:15 a.m. 2234 NE Emerson Please plan on attending the MWOA picnic . We’ll gather between 11:15 and 11:30 a.m. at Sharon Nelson’s lovely garden, 2235 NE Emerson (NE 22nd & Emerson,

  • Ainsworth Rummage Sale & BBQ

    Saturday, July 26, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sunday, July 27, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Books, jewelry, household goods and clothing for everyone! Come support Ainsworth, enjoy some delicious BBQ (Sunday only) and go

  • Church in the Park

    August 17, 10:30 a.m. Location: TBA The Ainsworth community will gather for hymn singing, worship, a fun activity and potluck at a park in the neighborhood. All are welcome.

  • Jazz Sunday

    August 24, 10 a.m. This year Marilyn Keller & Friends will be our music guest for Jazz Sunday. Mark your calendars, invite your friends to this popular annual event.

  • Central Pacific Conference UCC Annual Meeting

    Time to Lead: Call to Action in Climate Crisis September 26–28, 2014 Pendleton, Oregon How does being church need to change in order to meet the ecological/theological emergency that the climate crisis poses to humanity?

Weekly & Monthly Activities

Tuesday Morning Bible Study
Every Tuesday, 10:00am
July 22–Genesis 29:15-28

Youth Group
1st Sundays, Noon

Ainsworth Quilters
1st Monday of every month,
9:30am - Noon

Ministry with Older Adults
4th Tuesday of every month

Monthly Blood Pressure Checks
Last Sundays, following worship.

Ainsworth Music

Adult Choir
Thursday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:30pm

The Bass Clef Men’s Choir
The Bass Clef Men's choir rehearses every 3rd Sunday after church.

All are welcome to sing in an Ainsworth choir. Contact Music Director Cynthia Butts for more information.

From the Community

The current immigration debate can appear a little short on hope, being characterized by partisan paralysis in Congress, a presidential effort to expand the government’s ability to deport children, and the loud shouts of those hoping to benefit from open trade while limiting the movement of people. However, activists of faith in Portland, Ore. are making a positive difference in their communities. The impact can be felt nationally, so if you’re looking for a little hope, Portland is a good place to start. Read more of this post on the Church World Service website

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