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

Sunday, July 28: Parish Conversation with The Rev’d Chris Craun

Please plan to attend church on Sunday, July 28th when we welcome The Rev’d Chris Craun, the diocesan Canon for the Ordinary, as celebrant and preacher. There will be a special coffee hour after the service where Rev Chris will share perspectives from the Diocese in preparation for Bishop Akiyama’s visit in September. If you have questions before that Sunday, you can speak with Senior Warden Gail Thompson.

July 14 Guest Preacher: A-Too Williams, Dean of the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity in Monrovia, Liberia

This Sunday, July 14, we welcome Canon A-Too Williams, the Dean of the Cathedral in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia. He was part of The Michael B. Curry Distinguisher Preacher Series at Trinity Cathedral. He is also a visiting Portland as a guest of Grace Memorial to launch a $15k Borehole Well Project that will supply safe water to the cathedral and school in Liberia. About the preacher: The Rev’d Canon A-Too Williams was born in Harbel, Liberia. He attended African Bible…

Deadline: Special Rites During the Bishop’s Visitation

On Sunday, September 8, 2024, Bishop Diana Akiyama will visit St. Philip. That day, she can celebrate baptisms, confirmations, receptions, or reaffirmations. If you or a family member wants to be baptized, reaffirmed, etc please let the office know no later than Sunday, July 14. Do you have questions about the differences between these? https://ecwo.org/confirmation/ Candidates for baptism can be of any age. While older children and adults can speak for themselves at the Presentation and Examination of the Candidates,…

Rummage Sale for Outreach, Saturday June 8th 10am-3pm

Faye Powell has organized a church-wide rummage sale to develop an emergency fund to serve our unhoused neighbors, and she still needs your help. Please bring your items- clean, in good working order, and fairly priced by you- to the church no earlier than Sunday, June 2nd. Some suggestions are: clothing for kids and adults, toys and games, sports equipment, housewares, home decor, costume jewelry, garden tools, etc. We still need volunteers to help advertise the event (flyers are available),…