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Tiny Home Village/WeShine Updates


St Andrew's is thrilled to be preparing to welcome a tiny home village of transitional housing to our parking lot this fall.  We are partnering with WeShine PDX to make this happen.  

We seek to be a good neighbor to the Portsmouth/University Park/St John's community, folks housed and unhoused, businesses, residents and schools.

Updates will be posted regularly

Please let us know if you'd like to participate in regular stakeholder meetings

Check back here for more info, or call Rev Jennifer with questions.  503-953-4208;

About Us

St Andrew’s is a neighborhood church with a mission of being a good neighbor by acting with humility, hospitality, and integrity in our community.
We are a simple, friendly, neighborhood church, praying to God from the Book of Common Prayer

If you visit us on Sunday, you are invited to join us in singing traditional hymns, praying from the BCP, hearing readings from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, collectively reading from its Psalms, and celebrating a proclamation from the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. There will be a homily (a short sermon), to help open our understanding of these lessons, and to apply them in our lives. We will remember the signposts of our faith through the Nicene Creed, silently confess our sins, offer our prayers for all in need, and warmly share the peace of Christ. But, our most important act will be to remember that Christ is always present with us, by returning to the way Jesus taught us on the night before he died.

"While they were eating, Jesus took a loaf of bread, and after blessing it he broke it, gave it to the disciples, and said, “Take, eat; this is my body.” Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks he gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you; for this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins." - Matthew 26:26-28
The Episcopal Church is a middle way between the Catholic and Protestant traditions. If you have been to a Catholic mass, you will find our service very familiar, though our Vicar and Priest, Reverend Jennifer,  is a woman. And, in our church you will always be welcome to worship with us, and to share in communion, no matter who you are, how you look, or where you come from. As Jesus Christ taught, we extend an especially warm welcome to those marginalized by others, for the way God made us. We heartily welcome and affirm people of all races, genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, national origins, ages, and income levels. We respect that different people may understand Christ a bit differently, and that's okay by us. We are here to pray together, in common, and nurture our spiritual lives, in community.
In our church, all are welcome at the table of the Lord. You too!

Pray With Us
Pray With Us

A message from St. Andrew's Episcopal Church community

Visit our Facebook page for regularly updated information on services and news.

For urgent pastoral needs please contact our Deacon Mimi Eick by email or 503-706-2500 or Rev. Jennifer by email or 503-568-4541.

St. Andrew's Land Acknowledgment

The land and the waters, the sky and the plants and the animals in this place are gifts of the Holy One, the Creator.  We are not the first people to pray on this land.  The Oregon Land Donation Act of 1850 removed tribes and offered free land to white settler/colonizers, who laid claim to 2.5 million acres of tribal land—including what is now North Portland—over the course of seven years.  45 years later the founders of St Andrew’s, our foremothers and forefathers in the faith, from whose labors and sacrifices we now benefit, established an Episcopal church and community in this place.  Furthermore, our church stood to witness the forced removal of families of Japanese descent from the Portland area and the destruction of the community of Vanport, home to Black, Native, and other workers who migrated to the Portland area for jobs in the shipbuilding industry.  By acknowledging the sins of our ancestors we do not excuse ourselves but commit, before each other and before God, to the ongoing work of restoration and reparation which the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ requires of us.  We proclaim proudly that we live in the city with the ninth largest Indigenous population in the US and we uplift and support NAYA’s mission “to enhance the diverse strengths of our youth and families in partnership with the community through cultural identity and education.” 
Need Food?
Need Food?
Hereford House Pantry
7704 North Hereford Ave., Portland, OR 97203
( We are downstairs in the white building next to the church )
from 12:00pm (noon) until 2:00pm
The pantry offers "Drive up", "Walk up" and "Bike up" service! Cars enter the church entrace on Hereford Street and join the line around the back side of church! If walking or biking up it is helpful to have your own bags but we have bags if needed. 
Stay safe and thank you so much for visiting. 

Looking For a Volunteer Opportunity In Your Neighborhood?

The helping community you are looking for is right here at Hereford House.  Be one of the helpers who unload, pack, and distribute food to hungry neighbors.  Volunteers are often, but not exclusively, pantry clients.  We could especially use folks to unload pallets from the Oregon Food Bank on Friday mornings (around a 45 minute commitment).  If you can help, please let Deacon Mimi know 503-706-2500;

Hereford House Pantry is an equal opportunity provider

kids books

Young worshipers have books, too!

Prayer book and hymnal

The red (prayer book) and blue (hymnal) help us worship God

Candle lighting

Christ is the light of the world

candles for Uvalde

In times of candles for murdered children

Inclusive pride flag

St Andrew's celebrates PRIDE!

Liam with prayer book

Praying from the Book of Common Prayer

Christ our light

Christ our light holds our griefs and our joys


Beauty! Art by a former priest and flowers from our gardens

Messy welcome

YOU are welcome to our messy, joyous community!

Pentecost banner

The Lord is present in flame, in art, in bread and wine


Remember we are dust, and to dust we will return


Hereford House Pantry has fresh fruit and vegetables for you

Painting Hereford House

We are all in this together


Our food pantry is here to serve


Flowers grace the altar


Our Sanctuary, look for the Chi-Rho

All are welcome. All.

All are welcome at the table of the Lord

Our kids at play

We love rainbows

Quietly waiting for us

Imagine a big boat, upside down

Easter is here

Flower are beautiful, and beauty is important

Blessed Dorothy Day

Icon of Blessed Dorothy Day, written by Justin Morgan

A sanctuary for work and play

We use our sanctuary to pray, meet, and eat

God is bountiful

When we have we give, when we need we receive


Simple and colorful, that's us

Saint Andrew

Icon of Saint Andrew, written by Justin Morgan

Let the sun shine in

Let the sun shine in


The acoustics are great!

Mother Jessie teaching us

We honor and celebrate women's leadership in the church

We wait in the desert

Waiting in the desert

We await his coming in glory

Waiting on the Lord

We all bring our beauty.

Simple beauty

 Saint Andrew's
Episcopal Church
7600 North Hereford Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97203

(503) 568-4541

Our Sunday Services begin at
10:30 AM
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