Sunday Gatherings

Sunday gatherings are the primary way we gather as a church to worship together, learn the Scriptures, pray for one another, and create space to hear from the Spirit. We also gather in similar age groups and stages of life to grow together.

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Bridgetown Communities

Communities are the way we gather during the week around the bread and cup to be the people of Jesus in our city. In communities, we are practicing the way of Jesus, together, in Portland and we invite you to start or join a community in your neighborhood of the city.

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About Bridgetown

We are a church practicing the way of Jesus, together, in Portland. We gather Sunday mornings on the Eastside and Sunday evenings on the Westside. Then all week long our communities spread across the urban core of the city.

More About Bridgetown

Sunday Mornings
on the Eastside

Date: Sundays
Time: Postponed for COVID-19
Location: Revolution Hall
1300 SE Stark St.
Portland, OR 97214

Sunday Evenings
on the Westside

Date: Sundays
Time: Postponed for COVID-19
Location: First Baptist Church
909 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205

Upcoming Events

  • Morning Worship: In Person & Online

    For the month of August, gather with us for worship and prayer each Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday morning. Join us in person at Bridgetown, or watch via Instagram Live. (You do not need an Instagram account to watch live on your desktop.) In-person gatherings will be limited to 25, and held in the Auditorium to allow for maximum physical distancing. Register in advance to attend.

    Dates: Mons, Tues, & Weds

    Time: 8 – 8:45 AM

    Location: Bridgetown Church (2120 NE Tillamook St.)


  • Pray on MLK

    As a continuation of recent Prayer Vigils in Portland, people of faith will once again gather together in lament, learning, prayer, and worship. This August 8, we invite you to join us on Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Hosted by More Prayer PDX. More details on time and specific location coming soon.

    Dates: Sat, Aug 8

    Location: Martin Luther King Jr Blvd


  • Save the Date: Race & Justice Event with Dr. Bryan Loritts

    This fall, gather and learn with us for an event exploring Race & Justice. Dr. Bryan Loritts will lead us, speaking alongside many local leaders like Michelle Jones from Imago Dei Community on the gospel of Jesus, biblical theology, and racial justice. Join us as we continue the work of becoming more like Jesus in the area of racial reconciliation.

    Dates: Sunday, Sept 20

  • Bridgetown & Racial Justice Resources

    In Jesus we see a God who experiences anger at the evil in our world, who establishes justice and righteousness, and who works on behalf of the oppressed. We also see in Jesus a God who listens intently, grieves deeply, and weeps. As apprentices of Jesus, we aim to follow his example. Discover ways to listen, learn, and give to our Black and Brown brothers and sisters as we go on the journey of racial reconciliation and healing.

    Dates: Available Now


  • Community Guide: Phase 1

    As Oregon enters Phase I of reopening, we are excited to begin making plans for Bridgetown Communities to meet in person once again. We wish to offer recommendations reflecting value for wisdom, unity, and embodied presence. Download the guide for recommendations, guidelines, discussion questions, and more.

    Dates: Throughout the week


  • Sunday Gatherings Online

    Bridgetown Church is committed to bringing the people of Jesus together. Since we are unable to meet together in person, we want to spend time with you online. We are introducing “Bridgetown Online,” a Sunday gathering experience with worship, teaching, and live prayer. Watch with us every Sunday.

    Dates: Sundays

    Time: 9 AM, 11 AM, & 6 PM


  • Bridgetown Kids Online

    We are excited to announce Bridgetown Kids Online!  Parents, we want to bless you with the ability to watch Bridgetown’s Online Gathering and participate in Community, as well as create space for great conversations with your kids about Jesus. We are creating video curriculum for kids to engage with during Sunday Gatherings or your Bridgetown Community time, available for Ages 3 – Grade 5.

    Dates: Sundays

    Location: Online


  • Assemble a Flash Box for Foster Families

    Flash Boxes are filled with activities, gift cards, snacks, and items for both the guardians and kids. As foster families offer radical hospitality, love, and care for kids in crisis in the community, this surprise box is designed to encourage and support foster families in our area.

    Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays

    Cost: Boxes range from $100–125 to assemble

    Time: 10 AM – 12 PM

    Location: Bridgetown Church parking lot


  • Donate Laptops and Tablets to Foster Families

    Donate your used laptops and tablets (2015 or newer with webcam and charger) for kids and families impacted by foster care. Many families lack access to a laptop or tablet, yet these devices are crucial at this time to connect kids with their biological parents, keep up with school, and check in with their caseworkers. Laptops/tablets will be cleaned, scrubbed, and safely delivered to homes by Free Geek.

    Dates: Drop off Mondays and Wednesdays

    Time: 10 AM – 12 PM

    Location: Bridgetown Church parking lot


  • Support Unsheltered Neighbors: Lunch Drop

    Organizations in Portland are working tirelessly to meet the increasingly high demand to provide food for our unsheltered neighbors. We want to help by hosting a no contact lunch drop. Learn more about what goes in to a lunch bag and sign up to provide a certain number of lunches each week.

    Dates: Wednesdays

    Cost: Approx $2 per lunch

    Time: 10 AM – 12 PM

    Location: Bridgetown Church parking lot


  • Online Prayer

    In a world filled with anxiety and worry around the spread of COVID-19, racial injustice, and economic concerns we want to be a non-anxious presence in our city. Register for individual prayer with a pastor or pray team leader via Zoom.

    Dates: Weekly


  • Prophetic Words & Dreams

    We believe that God speaks to us in the form of words, images, and dreams. In this season, a lot of you are probably hearing the Spirit speak or having dreams that may be from God. Share with us the prophetic words of encouragement, comfort, and hope that the Spirit is speaking.

    Dates: During COVID19


  • Homeschooling Tips & Resources

    How do we care for our kids during this time? Read through some helpful tips and resources for homeschooling your kids while there is no school. While this season is overwhelming and scary for many of us, this a special time that will make our relationship with our kids more special than it was before.

    Dates: On your Schedule