Surveyor’s winter term begins on Wednesday, January 14, and everyone is invited to join us weekly for fellowship, dinner and bible classes for all ages. Dinner is served at 6:00 pm for a small donation ($2 per person, $8 per family), followed by classes for all ages at 7:00 pm. The adults and teens will be studying 1 John for nine weeks, using Ian Hamilton’s Let’s Study the Letters of John (books can be purchased at Surveyor). Younger children can attend classes geared for their ages. More information about Surveyor can be found here.

“And the Lord will continually guide you, and satisfy your desire in scorched places, and give strength to your bones.” ~Isaiah 58:11

Ever spent time reading your bible and felt like you were just scratching the surface? Everyone is welcome to attend this workshop on how to study the scriptures on Saturday, January 10th, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Bring your bible, paper and pen, and meet us in the Evergreen church library. Join us as we learn to further mine the riches of God’s Word.

We will celebrate the birth of Christ at our Candlelight Christmas Eve Service on December 24 at 5:00 pm. We invite you to come and sing Christmas carols to the glory of God, concluding with “Silent Night” and the passing of the candle light. Plan to join us for this very special evening.

Advent Lessons & Carols on December 14

December 8, 2014

In anticipation of our Savior’s birth, Evergreen Presbyterian Church invites you to an evening of Lessons & Carols on Sunday, December 14th at 6:00 pm. This Advent service follows the traditional presentation of Scripture readings and carols sung by the choir and the congregation, spanning from Genesis to the Gospels.

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Come Give Thanks on Thanksgiving morning at Evergreen PCA

November 20, 2014

You are invited to join us on Thanksgiving morning at 10:00 am to celebrate the Lord’s abundant blessings in our lives through sharing and singing. A significant portion of this special gathering is open for people to share about God’s goodness to them over the past year. Such reflection is fruitful for all of us […]

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Beaverton Religion Forum — Do Ghosts Exist?

October 15, 2014

It’s Halloween time — do ghosts really exist? At this time of year, people dress-up as ghosts and demons, and even believe they exist. But to ghosts and demons really exist? And are they out to get you? What about the ‘Holy Ghost’ (sometimes translated as ‘Holy Spirit’) of the Bible? Pastor Nathan Lewis and […]

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Evergreen’s Missions Conference – Reaching the Tribes and the Nations

September 23, 2014

Join us for Evergreen’s Annual Missions Spotlight this Friday evening, September 26th, to celebrate what God is doing in the nations. We will begin with a special meal together, then hear from our keynote speakers. Hugh Grant and David Hopkins will talk about their ministry with Schools without Walls, and Glenda Lewis will share about […]

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Beaverton Religion Forum to Discuss Evolution and Adam as First Human

September 16, 2014

How did humans come about? Some have a religious answer, that God made humans from scratch (not descended from other animals). Evolutionists believe the opposite; that all life is related on Earth through birth, and that humans came from other animals through physical descent. The Christian perspective on this topic will be given by John […]

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Surveyor begins September 17th

September 6, 2014

Surveyor will begin this year on September 17th, and you are invited to join us on Wednesday evenings for an enriching time of fellowship and bible study. A family style dinner is served at 6:00 pm ($2 per person, $8 per family), followed by bible classes for all ages at 7:00 pm. During this 8-week […]

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Passage 2014 Photos

August 24, 2014

Passage 2014 built the confidence of Middle School boys through rigorous outdoor exercises including the 13 mile hike on the Dread and Terror Trail along the North Umpqua River. Johnny gives Passage 2014 a thumbs up. Ten Middle School Boys and four staff set up their base campsite along the North Umpqua River just east […]

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