May Newsletter

"If you know these things, blessed are you if you do them" - John 13:17


Our vision series is underway.  Each week we will have one of our Colossae congregation pastors teach to one of the five streams that come from being rooted in the Gospel.  The series is not about specific programs or branding but about the simplicity of obeying God in living as the people and church He calls us to be. Being who we are, where we are.

We trust that as we take steps in obedience in the streams of community, hospitality, generosity, celebration and collaboration God will do a work of formation in us; transforming us to be like Him and using us in the lives of others. 

If you missed one of the last two messages, I want to encourage you to listen to the podcast to stay caught up each week - mainly because we believe that God will use each of us to unveil His kingdom through these realities in our city. 

We know May is often busy, so here are just a couple dates to keep in mind for May, but look to social media and the next Newsletter for more upcoming summer opportunities:


Men of Colossae - May 17th

Community is vital to who we are.  Next Friday, May 17th, Andy Zielenski will host Beaverton's Men of Colossae.  We will have good food and drink and a chance to get to know other guys.  Starts at 6pm.  13470 SW 6th St, Beaverton. Please RSVP on the App. Hope to see you there!

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BHS Community Clean Up Day - May 18th

We have an opportunity to partner with the community to help Beaverton High on a clean up day.  If you are interested in helping register on the App and we will communicate details as it gets closer. 


Join a Serving Team

One way to take a step toward community and generosity is to carve out regular time to be a part of serving with one of our Sunday teams: set up/clean up, music, Kids, hospitality, etc.  We would love to help you find a good fit and engage.  Head to the App or Web.  When everyone pitches in, no one is over burdened and every one gets in on the experience of being Christ's Body. 

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One more thing: if you have kids between 5th-8th grade would you please let us know how many and their ages as we pray and discern what it looks like down the road to serve the students in our congregation!? You can reply directly to this email.

Grateful to share in God's grace with you!

Blessings, 
Matt