Jun
24
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jun 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Jun
25
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jun 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jun
28
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jun
30
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Jun 30 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Jul
1
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Jul
2
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
5
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Jul 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
7
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Jul 7 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Jul
8
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Jul
9
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
12
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Jul 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
14
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Jul 14 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Jul
15
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Jul
16
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
19
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Jul 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
21
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Jul 21 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Jul
22
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Jul
23
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
26
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Jul 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Jul
28
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Jul 28 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Jul
29
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Jul
30
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Jul 30 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
2
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Aug 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
4
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Aug 4 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Aug
5
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Aug
6
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
9
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Aug 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
11
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Aug 11 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Aug
12
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Aug
13
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
16
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Aug 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
18
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Aug 18 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Aug
19
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Aug
20
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
23
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Aug 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
25
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Aug 25 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Aug
26
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Aug
27
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Aug 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Aug
30
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Aug 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
1
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Sep 1 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Sep
2
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Sep
3
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
6
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Sep 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
8
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Sep 8 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Sep
9
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Sep
10
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
13
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
15
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Sep 15 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Sep
16
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Sep
17
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
20
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Sep 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
22
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Sep 22 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Sep
23
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Sep
24
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
27
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Sep 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Sep
29
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Sep 29 all-day

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Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Sep
30
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Sep 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Oct
1
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
4
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Oct 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
6
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Oct 6 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Oct
7
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Oct
8
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
11
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
13
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Oct 13 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Oct
14
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Oct
15
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
18
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Oct 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
20
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Oct 20 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Oct
21
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Oct
22
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
25
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Oct 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Oct
27
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Oct 27 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Oct
28
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Oct
29
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Oct 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
1
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Nov 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
3
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Nov 3 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Nov
4
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Nov
5
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
8
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
10
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Nov 10 all-day

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Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Nov
11
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Nov
12
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
15
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
17
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Nov 17 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Nov
18
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Nov
19
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
22
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Nov 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
24
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Nov 24 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Nov
25
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Nov
26
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Nov 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Nov
29
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Nov 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Dec
1
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Dec 1 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Dec
2
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Dec 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Dec
3
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Dec 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Dec
6
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Dec 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Dec
8
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Dec 8 all-day

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Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]

Dec
9
Mon
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for aa big bookAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book Study.
Alcoholics Anonymous (or the ‘Big Book’ as it is commonly called) was first published in 1939 and was subtitled The Story of How Many Thousands of Men and Women Have Recovered from Alcoholism. It is the first text written about the experiences of the founders of the A.A. movement. It tells the story of Bill W., one of the co-founders of A.A. and how the program worked in the early days of the movement. It is full of much timeless and practical wisdom and is the first standard (and some would say the only standard) text of A.A. and, subsequently, of 12 step programs.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Alcoholics Anonymous MeetingImage result for alcoholics anonymous
Open to public – These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

7pm – 8pm, Every Monday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

 

Dec
10
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings @ Various Locations
Dec 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous Meeting
These meetings are open to anyone – addicts/alcoholics, their loved ones, anyone in the community, etc. Just like closed meetings, open meetings do not require an invitation to join.

8pm – 9:30pm, Every Tuesday
Sandy Community Center
38348 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Image result for Women's AAWomen’s AA Meeting
There are many different kinds of AA meetings.  Some include a talk by a sober member, recounting his or her personal experiences about what life was like while drinking, what happened to get them to AA, and what life is like in sobriety. We call this sharing our “Experience, Strength and Hope.”  Other kinds of meetings include reading / discussion of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.  AA is not a religious organization, although some meetings happen to take place in churches.

7pm – 8:30pm, Every Tuesday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Dec
13
Fri
Alcholics Anonymous Meeting @ Various Locations
Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Image result for alcoholics anonymousAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety”. AA’s initial Twelve Traditions were introduced in 1946 to help the fellowship be stable and unified while disengaged from “outside issues” and influences.The Traditions recommend that members and groups remain anonymous in public media, altruistically help other alcoholics and avoid official affiliations with other organizations.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
St. Aloysius Church
297 N Broadway St, Estacada, OR 97023, USA

 

Image result for alcoholics anonymous candlelightCandlelight meetings – These meetings often take place in the evening and are lit by candles. It can be a different and fun change from regular meetings. Candlelight meetings really reinforce the 12th tradition for me. not being able to see peoples faces and perhaps not even knowing who they are allows anonymity and ‘principles before personalities’ to shine through.

7pm to 8pm, Every Friday
Living Way Fellowship
39300 Dubarko Rd, Sandy, OR 97055, USA

Dec
15
Sun
Sunday Worship Services @ Various Locations
Dec 15 all-day

Church-praying-hands-clipart-clipart-kid

Damascus Community Church

14251 SE Rust Way, Damascus, OR 97089
503-658-3179
http://www.damascuscc.org/

Worship services are every Sunday morning at 8:15 and 11:00. Between services (9:45) is a time for Community Groups where people get a chance to meet and know others from the church in a deeper and richer way, providing opportunities to serve and be served.


 

Good Shepherd Community Church

28986 SE Haley Rd., Boring, Oregon 97009
503-663-5050
http://goodshepherdcc.org/

Contemporary blended, worship bands to occasional full orchestra
Venue: South Auditorium
Times: Sunday 9am, 10:45am

North Worship: Modern worship, intimate community atmosphere
Venue: North Auditorium
Times: Sunday 10:45am

 


 

Hollyview Family Fellowship

14095 SE 257th Ave, Damascus, OR 97089
(503) 658-5680
http://hollyviewchurch.org/

Sunday School for Youth 10:45 am
Sunday School for Adults 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Communion – 1st Sunday

 


 

Yahwe Ministries – “The Gathering Place”

13987 SE Richey Rd, Boring Oregon 97009
Pastor Jerry Kreger: 503 791 6897
Pastor :Laura Kreger: 541 971 2840
yahweministries@gmail.com

We meet every Sunday at 10:00 AM at The Boring Barn (Country Cut-ups) . We are an independent non demonational Church. We believe the word of God as it is in the Bible. All are welcome to worship the Lord with us every Sunday at 10:00AM .

 

[NOTE: Churches who would like to be listed in this directory, please contact us!]