What to Expect

We’re a group of people who are passionate about sharing God’s love with our community. We gather each week to experience God through worship and a relevant and practical Bible-centered message. We don’t claim to have it all figured out, and recognize that each of us is in a different spot in our journey with Christ. Whatever your thoughts on church and beliefs about God, you’re welcome here! Below you’ll find some information about what you can expect when coming to a Sunday service. Of course, if you have any questions, ask a Guest Services representative when you get here or shoot us an email ahead of time!

JOIN US SUNDAYS

MAIN BUILDING – 8AM, 9:30AM & 11:15AM

Sunday

We gather each week to experience God as a large community and all of our services feature the same live music and teaching.

  • First, service kicks off with a few songs. If you don’t know the words, no sweat – we have them on the screen for you.
  • Next, we update everyone on what’s happening around Willamette.
  • After that, one of our pastors will come up and share a relevant and practical Bible-centered message.
  • Finally, we take communion together and sing a couple more songs. Communion is available to anyone who follows Jesus Christ – you don’t need to be baptized or a member of our church to participate.

Join us at our Beaverton Campus

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Main Auditorium – 3153 S. Brandywine Dr.
In the event our main parking lot is full, additional parking can be found across Salamo Rd. at Safeway. Crossing guards are present before and after all services for your safety.

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Willamette Kids

We have fun, dynamic experiences available at all of our services for your children. All kids, birth through fifth grade, experience safe and fun environments where they can grow in relationship with friends, leaders, and God. The Bible is taught in creative and relevant ways for your child’s development.

We would love for your family to join us at Willamette Kids! When you arrive, just come upstairs to the check-In area and we will gladly assist you to get your child checked into class. We will enter your child’s name, birthdate, and any allergy information into the computer in order to print a secure name tag and parent code. You will also be given a Connection Card so we can gather your family’s basic information.

For more information, including details on our check-in process and safety, check out Willamette Kids.

WILLAMETTE STUDENTS: MIDDLE SCHOOL

Students

During our 11:15am service we offer our Middle School program across the street at The Summit. Your 6th, 7th, and 8th graders get to participate in an experience consisting of fun games, energizing music, relevant teaching, and relational connection. You can drop your students off directly at The Summit (22220 Salamo Rd.) or one of our Guest Service volunteers would be happy to take them over! For more information, check out Willamette Students Middle School.

Our High School students meet every Wednesday night at 7pm. On Sundays we encourage high school students to join their parents in our auditorium for main services. For more information, check out Willamette Students High School.

INH

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I’m New Here is a 15-minute tour that takes place every last Sunday of the month after all four services unless otherwise noted. We meet at the front of the stage then split off into groups that tour the building and discuss the opportunities for you and your family to connect into life at Willamette.

Tours take place on the last Sunday of each month.