Whether you are an Episcopalian or not, our joyous community welcomes everyone and worships by coming together in laughter, song, and prayer via hybrid services, both in-person and live online via Zoom.  Visitors are welcome no matter who you are, where you are in the world, or where you are on your journey of faith, and we would love for you to join us for worship, prayer, learning, and serving our community.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Family Ministries will not be meeting in-person for now, but worship services will still be offered in-person at this point.
Due to widespread Covid exposure and with the safety and health of our young ones in mind, we have made the difficult decision to immediately stop all in-person family ministry gatherings at church, including nursery, church school, and youth group for the remaining 3 Sundays in January, which includes this Sunday January 16, and also January 23 and 30. At that point we will reassess whether conditions have improved enough to start meeting again in February. Weekly church school lessons will still be made available here so you can present them to your children at home. Children are still welcome to worship in the sanctuary with their families. There are pew projects available under the usher table by the sanctuary doors. Stay safe!

To keep everyone safe and healthy, all who attend our in-person services are expected to follow Covid safety practices listed here for worship, here for church school, and here for the church nursery, including being vaccinated if eligible, wearing a mask, practicing social distancing, washing hands often, and using hand sanitizer.

View our inclement weather policy regarding church building closures here.

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Welcome from Canon Linda

My name is Linda Potter and I am the interim rector of the parish while the congregation is in the search for their permanent pastor. I have been ordained as a priest for over 25 years and retired, in 2014, from Trinity Episcopal Church, Wheaton, Illinois where I served for almost 12 years.

I am very excited to be a part of this vibrant and engaging congregation. Even during this COVID time, the leadership and parish members have continued to find ways to stay connected, to worship “together” via Zoom and to share in the various community ministries to which they are committed. This is an unusual time requiring us to be creative in how we program our classes, worship virtually, and offer hospitality to newcomers.

All of us are delighted to share the joy of this faith community with you and know that I and all the clergy are available for conversation with you— about this congregation, membership, our community, and our beliefs—or if there’s anything else on your mind.

Welcome to St. Gabe’s!

~Canon Linda

Join Us For Worship

Sunday Services: 

8:00 am Rite I: Both in-person and live online via Zoom

10:00 am Rite II: Both in-person and live online via Zoom

10:00 am Church School: Two in-person classrooms, church nursery, and youth group

[Sunday worship booklet link]

Midweek Services:

9:30 am Wednesday Healing Service: Both in-person and live online via Zoom

[Wednesday worship booklet link]

To join us for us for live online worship, get the Zoom links by going to the password-protected area in the lower right corner and entering the password. If you don’t know the password, please contact our church office by phone at 503-645-0744 during office hours or by email anytime at office@stgabrielpdx.org or messenger@stgabrielpdx.org.

Where To Find Us

St. Gabriel Episcopal Church of Portland, Oregon is located on top of a gentle slope in the suburban Bethany neighborhood in Washington County. You’ll find us where the cities of Portland, Beaverton, and Hillsboro meet at:
17435 NW West Union Rd, Portland, OR 97229
We are a 1/2 mile from 185th Avenue and 1 1/2 miles north of Sunset Highway 26.

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