Welcome to Rose City Park Presbyterian Church!
Here are items of special note this week in the life of our church.
- Please join us for worship on Sunday! Or, view the recording afterwards. ALL are welcome!
- We are currently hiring an Interim Head Pastor. To learn more about the process, click here.
- Click here to find more information on open volunteer and staff positions.
- Be sure to check the Events column, to the right, for other things that are happening.
Although physical Worship in our sanctuary and most church-related uses of our building are suspended during the COVID-19 crisis, we worship live through the Zoom video app, and via recordings of the service posted on this website, our YouTube channel, and our Facebook page.
We also use Zoom to share Bible study on Sunday mornings. Our youth continue to meet via Zoom, and our Christian Ed program offers creative family-oriented activities. These and other activities are all announced in the Events column to the right, and on our Facebook page. We invite you to join us!
Through these challenging times, our church community remains a source of hope and strength for congregation members and friends, and for all people who long to feel connected. Please know that all are welcome in this cyber “place.”
Peace be with you.
Located in the Hollywood District in Northeast Portland, Oregon, our congregation welcomes all people regardless of race, nationality, class, gender, age, or sexual orientation.
The congregation has more 200 members and friends, and celebrates God’s grace and love in worship each Sunday at 10 a.m.
We invite you to join us!
Rose City Park Presbyterian Church is a More Light Presbyterian Church. We are also a member of Covenant Network of Presbyterians, and have joined the Matthew 25 initiative of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
We acknowledge that gatherings of Rose City Park Presbyterian Church occur in the traditional land of the Chinook, Cowlitz, Clackamas, Kalapuya and Atfalati people, and we offer our gratitude to the elders, past and present, who have stewarded it through the generations.