From Our Elders & Leadership

As you scroll through this annual report, we pray that you are encouraged and reminded of the incredible goodness of our God.

While the world has swirled and changed around us, the God we serve has never changed. Through the pandemic, through loss and pain, through political and social unrest, our God has remained sovereign. We sit in the confidence of knowing that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow, and that His call on our lives is as important as it has ever been.

During this season, you’ve been a church that has recognized it isn’t about us – it’s about Jesus. It’s about bringing peace into our communities. It’s about considering “the other” as more important than ourselves. We believe that His Church is to look and feel undeniably different than the world feels - a place where we lay down our desires to help bring healing, hope, promise, and purpose to a hurting world. You are that kind of church.

We thank you and celebrate incredible stories of impact with you. Thank you for being a blessing to your neighbors locally, nationally, and globally. Thank you for investing your time, talent, and treasure into the ministry of our church.

We are humbled and grateful to serve with you, and we want you to know we pray continuously for you. We anticipate even more of God’s goodness in the months and years to come.

2021 Elder Board
Rod Cruickshank, Mike Grubb, Joe Villa, Kevin Marple, and Rich Miller

Lead Pastors
Jon Furman of Beaverton Christian, Brian Becker of Willamette Christian, and Daniel Knutson of Hope City Church

Lead Executive
Chris Yarco