It is our prayer that these resources and these classes, these discipleship opportunities continue to grow us in faith and in community.
  • I have come that they may have life,
    and have it to the full.

    John 10:10
  • Yo he venido para que tengan vida,
    y para que la tengan en abundancia.

    Juan 10:10
  • 나는, 양들이 생명을 얻고 또 더 
    넘치게 얻게 하려고 왔다.

    John 10:10
  • 我来了,是要叫羊得生命,

    John 10:10
  • しかしわたしが来たのは

    John 10:10

Winter/Spring Opportunities


The Truth of the Gospel: Paul's letter to the Galatians,
by Dr. Johann Kim

Monday evenings starting April 8 for 4 weeks, 6:30-8:30pm | Columbia 201
"There are some things in them that are hard to understand," wrote Peter regarding Paul's letters (2 Peter 3:16).  Indeed, we feel the same. When Paul wrote his letter to the Galatians, he used the phrase "the truth of the gospel" twice (2:5, 14). To many Christians, it represents some abstract aspect of the gospel of Jesus Christ, e.g. the way of salvation or how to get to heaven, etc. When it is examined in the context of Paul's argument in Galatians 2, however, its meaning emerges as something different.

In the series of four studies, we will try to read and understand Paul's important letter in its context together. Everyone who is interested in knowing the truth of the gospel is invited. "Anyone with ears to hear should listen and understand!" (Matt 13:43).


Tuesday evenings, April 9-June 18, 6:14-8:14pm | Columbia 201
You are invited to join a conversation around life, faith, and meaning. Alpha is a series of group conversations that explore the basics of the Christian faith in a friendly environment. It's a place to connect and learn with others - where you can say a lot, a little, or nothing at all. Everyone is welcome. You are invited, no matter your background or beliefs.

An Introduction to Koine Greek for Students of the Bible,
By dr. Kim Bennett

Monday evenings starting May 6 for 6 weeks, 6:30-8:30pm | Columbia 201
This course is intended to help attendees grasp the basic structure of Biblical Greek, and learn to use readily available parsing software to analyze individual words and sentences. Importantly, we will also learn the meaning and significance of various aspects of Greek, as well as many terms used in its study.

With these it will be possible for any Bible reader to gain a fuller understanding of the Scriptures by comprehending the jargon used in more advanced sources and begin to look behind the sometimes difficult or doctrinally-informed choices made by translators. Where possible, examples will be drawn from Paul’s letter to the Philippians, with a view towards laying a foundation for future classes focused on this book.

Practicing the King's Economy

February 20 - April 2, 7-8:15pm | Columbia 201
The church in the West is rediscovering the fact that God cares deeply for the poor. More and more, churches and individual Christians are looking for ways to practice economic discipleship, but it's hard to make progress when we are blind to our own entanglement in our cultures idolatrous economic beliefs and practices. Practicing the King's Economy invites Christians to take their place within the biblical story of the "King Jesus Economy". The class will offer practical ways for God's people to earn, invest, spend, compensate, save, share, and give in ways that embody God's love and provision for the world. Through this seven-session video based course, we'll discover new ways to live out the Kingdom in our daily life at home, work, and church.
Contact Pastor Pete DellaSantina

Coming Alongside One Another

February 18-March 24, 2-4pm | Columbia 201
This course is designed to be a place for equipping anyone who seeks to be more effective in how they visit and step alongside those around them in healthcare situations and settings. All cultural backgrounds are welcome and there is the added option of becoming a Lay Chaplain if you’re interested in more training. Click below for more info, other language options, and how to register! Email Pastor Nancy Anderson with questions.
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ReFrame Discipleship Class

March 12 - May 14, 6:30-8pm | Columbia 203
Our lives are increasingly complex and so is our world. As a result, Christians often struggle to connect what they believe with what they do day to day. ReFrame addresses this challenge through a 10-week, film-based series, followed by small group discussions that help Christians connect faith with all of life; whether that be tending a garden, caring for children, pastoring a church, or negotiating a business deal.
Contact Pastor Jim Smith

Spanish for Greeting Time:
Language Class

Non-native Spanish speakers at Village, it’s our turn to be the students! Whether you’ve never learned a word of Spanish or studied it once but need some encouragement to use it, you are invited to our four-week course Spanish for Greeting Time. We will meet between Sunday services throughout February to learn some expressions for simple conversation, then practice in small groups with brothers and sisters from HF who are willing to help us learn their beautiful language. Topics will include basic greetings, questions about family and country, worship vocabulary, and maybe even terms you might need at an all-church lunch. Then take what you learned into the service to practice it right away! $5/person to help cover costs.
Contact Pastor Insil Kang

Community Basics

We want you to know more about our missional, multicultural community in Christ here at Village Church. You are invited to this two-session class hosted by Village Staff and Council to learn more about who we are and what we believe. This time will give important information on what it means to be a member of our church community. These evenings are open to everyone, but will be helpful for anyone who is newer to Village or is interested in pursuing membership.
Contact Pastor Pete DellaSantina


Are you interested in baptism or have questions about baptism? This class will discuss the significance of baptism, why we baptize, and what it means to be in spiritual community.
Contact Pastor Pete DellaSantina


Village ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Langauges) offers language classes to engage and connect the multicultural groups in our community. As one of the most diverse areas in the state, Washington County is home to immigrants, refugees, temporary professionals, migrant workers, spouses of visiting scholars and many more.
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Village culture Trip: 
Korea 2024

Village Church’s multicultural and multiethnic community in Christ welcomes Christian intercultural spirituality. What does this mean? Our community seeks spiritual maturity and growth through experiencing cultures different than our own, through discomfort from learning something new. Based on our core values, this Village Culture Trip is designed for the community as an opportunity to temporarily leave our familiar and comfortable spaces to experience the riches of God’s kingdom in a new culture. We use these opportunities to reflect on our call as global Christians and what we can learn about God’s grace through the Christian spirituality of a new place.
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Ongoing Studies

Minor Prophets Study

Sundays, 9:30-10:15am | Willamette Rooms
You are invited to an invigorating study of the Minor Prophets each Sunday morning. If you love in-depth studies of the Word of God with maps and context, you will love this gathering. Village adults may join at any time as we will study a different minor prophet each week.
Contact Pastor Pete DellaSantina

Chinese Fellowship

Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm | Room 235
Chinese Fellowship meets in-person weekly to experience bible study, sharing, prayer, and fellowship time with each other. Chinese speakers are welcome.
Contact Ning Hallen

Hispanic Fellowship
Bible Study

Fridays, 7-9pm | Chapel
We will be experience transformative discipleship training with spiritual themes that lead us to spiritual growth, along with a time of prayer and discussion.
Contact Pastor Mauricio Rivas

Japanese Fellowship
Bible Study

2nd Thursday of the month, 7:30-9pm | Zoom
Japanese Fellowship is studying the book of Romans. This bible study is in Japanese.
Contact Pastor Yoshiki Saeki

Korean Fellowship Classes

1. 풍성한 삶으로의 초대 (4 weeks, 1:1 individual curriculum)
Understanding the essence of Christianity and the Gospel.

2. 풍성한 삶의 첫걸음 (4 weeks, 1:1 individual curriculum)
A journey of faith that begins with forming a personal relationship with God.

3. 풍성한 삶의 기초 (13 weeks, 1:1 individual curriculum)
One-on-One discipleship training on what salvation means and how to live it out.

4. Bible Class (Old Testament - Prophets, October 8 - November 19, Sundays)
A Bible study to understand the flow and themes of the Old Testament prophetic books.
Contact Korean Fellowship

DNA GRoups

DNA Groups are the small group ministry at Village and the best way to get relationally plugged in – we all know that a church isn’t home without the relationships! We have various types of groups to make it easy to connect: sermon-discussion or other study-based groups, support groups, special interest groups based on hobbies and activities, and several groups organized around common language or culture.
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  • So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.

    Ephesians 4:11-13

  • 그분이 어떤 사람은 사도로, 어떤 사람은 예언자로, 어떤 사람은 복음 전도자로, 또 어떤 사람은 목사와 교사로 삼으셨습니다. 그것은 성도들을 준비시켜서, 봉사의 일을 하게 하고, 그리스도의 몸을 세우게 하려고 하는 것입니다. 그리하여 우리 모두가 하나님의 아들을 믿는 일과 아는 일에 하나가 되고, 온전한 사람이 되어서, 그리스도의 충만하심의 경지에까지 다다르게 됩니다.

    Ephesians 4:11-13

  • Y él mismo constituyó a unos, apóstoles; a otros, profetas; a otros, evangelistas; a otros, pastores y maestros, a fin de perfeccionar a los santos para la obra del ministerio, para la edificación del cuerpo de Cristo, hasta que todos lleguemos a la unidad de la fe y del conocimiento del Hijo de Dios, a un varón perfecto, a la medida de la estatura de la plenitud de Cristo;

    Efesios 4:11-13
  • 他所赐的有使徒,有先知,有传福音的,
    有牧师和教师, 为要成全圣徒,各尽其职,建立基督的身体,

    Ephesians 4:11-13

Annual Opportunities

These gatherings are offered once or twice per year.

Bible Study Fellowship

September - May, Fridays, 9:15-10:45am | Village Church
We are pleased to host BSF for their year-long women's bible study meetings. They are spending the year examining Jesus' claims for their own life in John's Gospel: The Truth. Programming offered for women, kids ages 0-6, and elementary students. This is a great program for homeschooled families.
BSF Website

Village Celebration of cultures

You are invited to fellowship and share meals as we learn about the different cultural values that make up our missional, multicultural community in Christ. We will learn from Villagers as they share their personal stories, growing in loving curiosity for the beauty in diversity God has created.
Contact Pastor Insil Kang

Village at Play

We pray that Villagers enjoy life's beauty as a gift from God through shared hobbies, social and leisure activities, and sports… let's have fun together! We hope Villagers discover new interests and hobbies by trying them for the first time while connecting with new and old friends in Christ. We have one-time events and small group events meeting over the Spring months. Let's have some fun together!
Contact Pastor Insil Kang


330 SW Murray Blvd 
Beaverton, OR 97005
Phone: 503-643-6511

church Office

Mon-Thurs 9am-4pm
Fri 9am-12pm
Sat-Sun closed

Worship Center

Mon-Tues 8am-4pm
Wed 8am-7:30pm
Thurs-Fri 8am-4pm
Sat closed
Sun 8am-1:30pm

Village Café

Mon-Fri 8am-2pm
Sat-Sun closed