15303 SE Webster Rd., Milwaukie, OR 97267
PO Box 2562, Clackamas, OR 97015
(503) 654-0741
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The Politics of a Christian Nation Are to Love Your Neighbor

Sometimes people ask how a church can welcome all these people. After all, doesn’t religion cause you to exclude people who “don’t belong?” In our passage from Matthew 22 at worship today, Jesus says the most important commandment is to love. He makes no exceptions. Neither do we. God loves you. And so do we. Prelude – Be Thou My Vision, played…

Confirmation of The Rev. Tyler Connoley!

We are celebrating the installation of our Conference Minister (like a Bishop) here in the Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ! The Rev. Tyler Connoley will be officially installed today! He is a wonderful leader who happens to be an openly gay man. That’s right! In the United Church of Christ an…

Hope and the Apocalypse

These times are tough. But together, we are tougher. Fires, pandemics, racism, corrupt politicians. Many are asking, “Is this the Apocalypse?” Maybe. But hope rises. “Because it’s Portland everyone is stepping up.” – Erika Beseda, Clackamas UCC member Prelude Adam: God be with you.  All: And also with you.  Welcome and Announcements – Adam Ericksen…

Jesus and Nonviolent Conflict Resolution

Today we will hear Jesus’ teachings on nonviolent conflict resolution. Could you use a little conflict resolution these days? We will also celebrate Communion, so we invite you to get a piece of bread and juice (or whatever you’d like). Everyone is welcome to participate in Communion. For example, if you are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Straight, Atheist, Agnostic, Pagan, Jewish,…

The Son of God Believes in You

Today we will hear a story where the disciples call Jesus the “Son of God.” This is not merely pious religious language. This is political. In the ancient Roman Empire, the Caesar was called the “Son of God.” It was a political statement of divine power. And that political statement led to oppression. The early…