Celebrating Together

Join us for worship on Sunday at 10 am. We worship in-person and stream our services to YouTube. Masks are encouraged to slow the spread of flu, RSV, and Covid. If you or those close to you are vulnerable, please wear a mask when inside the building. If you are sick or feeling unwell, stay safe and stay home, but be sure to join us via YouTub3 livestream in order to keep our children and vulnerable elders safe.

Location Details

120 NE Knott StreetPortland, OR 97212

All are invited

All who hunger and thirst for God are welcome here. That means all.

The Deacon's Dining Hall

The Deacon’s Dining Hall serves neighbors and the larger community throughout the year. Come join us and share a meal with your neighbors.


Spiritual Formation

Join us for our current Spiritual Formation series, “Why we Pray the Way we Pray.

News & Announcements

Rest Eternal: Allison Belcher

We are sad to announce that Allison Belcher died peacefully in her sleep early Monday morning surrounded by her husband and children after a period of time in hospice. Allison was beloved by St. Philip and will be missed. Memorial service arrangements will be announced as they become available. Let Us Pray Compassionate God, your ways are beyond our understanding, and your love for those whom you create is greater by far than ours; comfort all who grieve. Give them…

Housing Project Update: September 2023

Hello fellow members of St. Philip the Deacon, I am proud to present this update about our ongoing Alcena Housing Project to you. Through our connection with Second Stories (the project developer that has been attached to this project from the beginning) our project was introduced to Habitat for Humanity.  Habitat for Humanity is widely known for making the dream of homeownership come true for low income families.  You can see some of what they are doing in our community…

Covid Exposure

There was a Covid exposure at church on Sunday. If you are feeling unwell, even with sniffles or cold-like symptoms, please mask and test yourself for Covid, Please let the church know if you test positive. We are entering the season for increased cases of Covid, flu, and RSV so please take care of yourselves and pay attention to respiratory symptoms. We continue to stream the Sunday service, so if you are feeling unwell you can stay home and still…