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Rooted in God’s love, following Jesus, focused on justice – we are a multi-ethnic, inclusive faith community.
In carrying out the teachings of Jesus, Ainsworth United Church of Christ directly undertakes justice in the life and work of its Congregation to contribute to social, economic, environmental and political change so that the fullness of life is extended to all persons and creation, as Jesus intended.
From our Pastor:
During this time of quarantine as we deal with the global pandemic of coronavirus, we continue to be the church as we gather in worship, prayer, fellowship, ministry teams and working groups via zoom. We are thankful for the gifts of technology that keep us connected. If you are new to our congregation and would like to learn more about how we live out our faith, I invite you to contact us. We are continuing our work for justice with focus on racial justice with the guidance of our Sacred Conversations to End Racism working group which meets monthly. We also have begun a study group that reflects on Liberation Theologies and what they call us to do as a church. Liberation Theology & the Church: Where Do We Go from Here? meets every other Wednesday evening at 7:00pm. Contact us for the zoom and other information. For more of our community service and justice work click on Connections.
Click here for Sunday service Zoom link. Pastor Lynne will e emailing service info out on a regular basis.
New categories as follows have been added to the Ainsworth online donations page: Christmas Fund, One Great Hour of Sharing, Strengthen the Church, & Neighbors in Need. Please support these special offerings as you are able by clicking on the Online Donations button here on the church website.
Join us for worship on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. (Vespers) via Zoom. For Zoom information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 503-284-8767.
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You are welcome to visit our Meditation Garden (north side of building) anytime for a beautiful place to linger for a break or meditation and prayer.
2941 NE Ainsworth
Portland, OR 97211 | 503.284.8767
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