Children and youth in grades 1-12 are invited to Episcopal Week at Suttle Lake Camp in Sisters, Oregon July 22-27.

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We strive to know Christ more deeply and bring others to his redeeming grace.

Our yearlong congregational discernment process continues with a meeting discerning where God is leading us as a church in our worship, liturgy, and music. All are welcome and encouraged to join in this meeting.

Mass on the grass is coming to the home of members of the St. Bede community. Join us afterward for a potluck lunch.

Bishop's Visitation  Sun July 7

Bedes of Sweat: Relay for Life  Sat July 13 - Sun July 14

Episcopal Week at Suttle Lake Camp    Mon July 22 - Sat July 27

Bede's at the Beach  Wed July 24 - Sun July 28

Mass on the Grass  Sun Aug 18, 10am

Ministry Fair  Sun Sept 8, after 10am Holy Eucharist

Worship Discernment Meeting  Tues Sept 24, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Various ministries will present after the 10am Holy Eucharist.

Bishop Michael Hanley will be visiting our congregation on Sunday July 7, 2019. Liturgies for Confirmation, Reaffirmation and Reception are celebrated during the Bishop’s visit. The liturgies for Reaffirmation and Reception are opportunities to formally affirm your desire to join in the fellowship and communion of the church.


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St. Bede's goes to the beach! Join us for four days of camping fun at our annual beach trip to Cape Lookout State Park near Tillamook. If you haven't already, reserve your campsite in the D loop.

Relay for Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Bedes of Sweat is our team. The team is registered for the Relay for Life of Tigard Tualatin on Saturday, July 13 to Sunday, July 14. We will walk in relay, meaning one member of the team is walking at all times. There is a silent auction and lots of fun activities for you to enjoy.

We will have luminaria for you to decorate after church on Sunday through June 23rd in memory of, in honor of, or in celebration of someone who has fought cancer. The luminaria ceremony after dark, beginning around 9:30-10 PM, celebrates cancer survivors and remembers those who have lost their battle and those still fighting back. Join our team! There will be many opportunities for you to help.

We aren’t finished until we defeat this beast called cancer. We are walking for those who can’t.