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. In response to the state’s updated guidance, we no longer require masks, distancing, or registration. We support those who have ongoing health concerns or for various reasons prefer to continue wearing a mask.
Gather with us online as we continue our livestream for those who are still unable to gather with us in-person.
Time: 9 AM (Live) & 6 PM
Location: Bridgetown Online
on the Eastside
Time: 9 AM & 11 AM
Location: Bridgetown Church
2120 NE Tillamook St.
Portland, OR 97212
Time: 6 PM
Location: First Baptist Church
909 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205
Eastside: 8:30 AM
Downtown: 5:20 PM
Parking on the Eastside: Our two parking lots (NE 21st & NE Tillamook) are reserved for families with young kids and first time guests. Street parking is available in the neighborhood. Please be respectful of our neighbors and avoid blocking driveways.
For those of you who live close enough to do so, we encourage you to bike or transit to Bridgetown. Bike racks are provided on Tillamook St.
Parking Downtown: There is pay-to-park street parking available around First Baptist Church. If you are a first time guest, have kids, or feel unsafe parking on the street, there is a free parking lot available with limited spaces on the NW corner of 12th and Salmon.
First Baptist Church is also easily accessible by transit, with a street car stop on 11th and Taylor. There are also bike racks provided on 12th.
Kids: Your kids are welcome with you in the gathering! We have a cry room, a mother’s lounge, and coloring pages available for kids who attend.
Illness: Please do not attend an in person gathering if you are feeling sick or if you or someone in your household has symptoms of COVID-19.
Serve with Bridgetown
Followers of Jesus are called to become servants. We want to actively demonstrate self-sacrificial love by serving the people around us. It takes a lot of volunteers to sustain the weekly routines of Bridgetown Church. We are a family, and like a family, we all pitch in.