Starting March 7, 2021, we will be meeting on Zoom for Sunday Morning Worship at 9:00 a.m. Click HERE to join us on Zoom; we look forward to seeing you then!
Our Christmas Eve service this year will be on Zoom. In most other ways, it will be our usual beautiful service of Scriptures, Stories and Carols. We will all light our candles at home and share our light with each other on the Zoom screen, so be sure to have a candle and a match […]
Reading these devotions together each day during Advent adds to the ways we connect with each other and become community in Christ. As we ask ourselves the same questions, ponder the same texts, may we know the peace which comes from being one people.
These devotionals are full of rich questions for us to ponder as we reflect on the readings for the week. As we read together, Holy Spirit whispers what we need to know and do to be one in the Spirit of this season. May you be blessed in the reading, and the waiting of these […]
We are reading together the Advent Devotions prepared by Presbyterian Outlook. (Thank you, Outlook!) Here are your readings for week 2, beginning Sunday, December 6.
This Sunday, music director Jane Clarke and pastor Carley recorded a video of Psalms and Songs for Thanksgiving. You can watch and listen here. We invite you to use it as part of your time of gratitude this Thanksgiving. Enjoy!
Many of you may have watched the Vaux Swifts come in September to roost in the chimney of Chapman School in NW Portland. It is a community event! Well, this year, the Swifts have found the decommissioned chimney from Mt. Tabor Church’s old boiler. They have been roosting here each evening at dusk since the […]
The peeling paint has been replaced with a fresh coat and a fresh set of colors, preserving the building for years to come. Thank you to the Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church Foundation, to the many people who have supported the building through the annual Taborspace Gala, and the life-long givers from Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church […]
Luke 24:13-35 The road to Emmaus. We have all been there. The road is uncomfortably familiar. We’ve walked it. We’ve lost our way on it. We’ve left it behind and then returned to it. Its not about where the road leads. In fact, it might be a great circle with no destination at all. More […]