Come join us on Sundays:
9:00 a.m. Worship
10:15 a.m. The House of Prayer
11:00 a.m. Worship
5:30 p.m. Vespers
6:05 p.m. Sunday School - November 5 through December 3
Now and then, in tandem with our meetings, we share a meal together to celebrate God's goodness to us and to build relationships with one another. Show up, share our free food, and if you decide to make Evergreen your home, we may ask you to contribute in some way. Our community and world is full of needs greater than our own and so we are seeking to be instruments of God's love and provision for everyone.
Why Our Church Name = Evergreen
The ancient and holy Scriptures describe the church as an evergreen tree. And so, we named our congregation, "Evergreen," open and eager to grow, expressing vibrant and dynamic love in our community. Our desire is to be "like a tree planted by streams of water, who yields fruit in its season and whose leaf does not wither." On the corner of Hall and Hart in Beaverton, we planted a Sequoia the same year we built our first facility. The Sequoia is growing faster than we are maturing spiritually. All to say: There's plenty of room for you to join us as we seek to grow in faith, love, peace, and hope.
By the way, we are a confessional church, meaning that we publish what we believe, in solidarity with our national church. We are not about to force you to believe every detail that we think is most accurate, but we will consistently and joyfully proclaim what we do believe. And so, at Evergreen, you will hear the gospel of Jesus Christ over and over again. Evergreen's published statement of faith is the historic Westminster Confession of Faith.
We love our community, where we are actively worshipping, educating, and serving. We believe that the gospel of Jesus changes everything and so we are thin on judgmental attitude and thick on acceptance. We are located at 7275 SW Hall Blvd. in Beaverton, Oregon 97008. Give us a call at (503) 626-1520.
The object of worship is the Lord God, God essentially and personally considered.” John Gil