Grow

  • 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,
    并且得的更丰盛。

    John 10:10
  • しかしわたしが来たのは
    いのちをあふれるほど豊かに与えるためです。

    John 10:10
[Study]

Koinonia

A study of various topics in New and Old Testament theology. Koinonia meets on Sunday mornings from 8:30-9:45am in the Willamette Rooms for refreshments, fellowship, and teaching. Come enjoy each other’s company as we nourish our hearts, spirits and minds. Join us every Sunday, 8:30-9:45am, in the Willamette Rooms. No RSVP required.
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ESOL

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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[Connect]

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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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!
Current Groups
[Workshop]

Who Am I? Telling 
My Story (Part 1)

Our missional, multicultural community challenges us to love each other, “as we love ourselves (Mk. 12:31)”. What did Jesus mean by “as we love ourselves”? This workshop, facilitated by Jen Clodius, is designed to help you write your own story so you can learn from your life to reinterpret and express your journey through the lens of Jesus’ heart. We will provide writing prompts, ideas for how to approach topics, and editing help if desired. Note: This is NOT a writing class. This is an interactive, collaborative workshop. This requires a willingness to read each other’s work, kindly suggest ideas for further reflection, and thoughtfully consider suggestions. Through the course, you may end up writing the first draft of your memoir – a testimony to God, yourself, and loved ones! Join us as we explore telling our stories and learning about ourselves and each other.
[Training]

Reframe

“ReFrame” is an official discipleship training course for Village Covenantal Members. 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. ReFrame will be facilitated by Pastors Paul Choi and Jim Smith. This term will be offered in English.
[Conversation]

Alpha

Join a conversation about the basics of Christian spirituality in a friendly environment. Alpha is a place to connect with other people who are open to exploring life, faith, and meaning. This 10-week group will meet for a meal, listen to a short video talk, and have a discussion. Ask anything you want or nothing at all! You’re invited, no matter your background or beliefs. 
[Study]

Women's Book Study

In Count It All Joy, Dr. David Jeremiah reveals why Paul touches the subject of joy sixteen times in four short chapters. After a verse-by-verse study of Paul's powerful letter in Philippians, you'll know how to make joy in the Lord the possession you can never lose. Thursdays, May 18-June 22, 6:30-8pm. Register by April 26 to join us. Facilitated by Pastora Aleida Rivas.
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Women's Bible Study

"To Run and Not Grow Weary" looks at individual people in Scripture and what we can learn from their struggles. Coping with criticism, failure, self-pity, control, or dealing with your past are just some of the real-life topics we'll study. We'll meet via Zoom. Purchase the study guide here before we begin. Facilitated by Poppy Smith.
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Bible Study Fellowship

We study People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided. From Israel's split into two nations, through dozens of kings and prophets, and ultimately to the heartbreaking exile into Babylon. Explore 15 of the books Jesus deeply loved in community, discussing questions on the goodness of God amidst calamity, mercy, ultimate allegiance, judgment, and salvation. Join others in finding answers and how they apply to modern life.
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Village Celebration 
101 & 201

Come learn about the beauty in cultural differences. This 90 minute time together will give you a taste of how the image of God is so wonderfully complex, culminating in a shared meal. We'll begin with a foundation in cultural values, then the following weeks will be focused on cultural values specific to our Village community. Our desire is to celebrate new cross-cultural friendships and gain a greater understanding of how cultural values impact our community.
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Spanish Class

¿Por qué debemos estudiar este libro? Cuando vemos LA IMPORTANCIA DEL LIBRO DE ROMANOS. En general podemos decir que toda iglesia que trate de ser bíblica debe fundamentar gran parte de sus doctrinas EVANGELICAS sobre el libro de Romanos y para esto lo debe leer, conocer, enseñar y explicarlo las veces que sea necesario. El libro de romanos trata sobre la justificación de los hombres por medio de la fe, por esto es que es tan importante. Dios ha usado este libro en todos los grandes avivamientos y reformas de la historia de la iglesia, y de todas estas reformas la más grande fue la reforma protestante del siglo XVI. Y gracias a eso hoy día existe el cristianismo bíblico.
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Korean Classes

1. 풍성한 삶으로의 초대

2. 풍성한 삶의 첫걸음

3. 풍성한 삶의 기초
  • 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,
     直等到我们众人在真道上同归于一,认识神的儿子,
    得以长大成人,满有基督长成的身量,

    Ephesians 4:11-13

Contact

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

Front Office

Mon-Thurs 9am-4pm
Fri-Sun closed
(until Labor Day)

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