“Cabaret at the Bell Tower” Tickets $10, available at the door or at Brown Paper Tickets. Bell Tower Concerts is a new opportunity for the community to gather for music in the Mt. Tabor Neighborhood’s beautiful Copeland Commons. The first Wednesday of every month the church and Taborspace will host an evening of music of […]
Published on May 30, 2017 TABORSPACE is a community outreach to the Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church area in Portland, Oregon developed in partnership with community individuals. Rev. Carley Friesen says they discovered that instead of programming, people desired, foremost, space including a community living room. Besides training baristas in their coffee shop, they have programs […]
During Portland SE Sunday Parkways Bike Ride! Sunday May 21, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come to the corner of 52th and Taylor, along the bikeway, to have your bicycle blessed for the ride. Celebrate the day and give thanks!
Psalm 150 This is the season for celebration in the northern hemisphere. Did you know that people who live on the other side of the world from us are bundling up for winter right now? Did you know that in Australia, Christmas is in high summer? But here we are in the northern part of […]
6:30 – 9 p.m. in the Parlor, we will be watching the movie, “The Way.” We have been talking about Pilgrimage for the past couple of months in our times together. This is a movie about one man’s unplanned pilgrimage on “El camino de Santiago,” in Spain. Come as wonder together about what we can […]
10 a.m. in the Sanctuary Organ, Hymns, Strings, Handbells, Vocalists Celebrating the Resurrected Life of Jesus Stay for Hot Cross Buns and Beverages in Copeland Commons after the Service
Friday, April 14, 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary On Good Friday, we stand with Jesus in his final hours as we remember his suffering. We remember as we stand vigil at the cross, as we listen to the story with art, music and prayers. We will follow the traditional Stations of the Cross, using the […]
How do we get hints of spring? Have you seen signs? When you see the green tips of the crocus or daffodil, does your heart skip a beat, do a little happy dance? When you see the buds begin to swell on trees, do you feel them tease you with hopes of spring? Did you […]
As beautiful as the snow is, we know its dangers. The session feels strongly that gathering for worship, while one of our highest priorities, in this emergency might place greater risks to our community. With sadness, we cancel worship again this week.
On the third Sunday of Advent, we light the pink candle, for love. It is also pink for Mary. It is no surprise to see her remembered on this circle of waiting. Remember that Mary’s Advent was much longer than ours – a full nine months long! When I think about Mary, I usually see […]