Drawing closer to God, together.

This spring we are breaking out of our typical assigned small group format to create a more casual environment, designed to help us expand our faith and grow our personal connections.

Encounter: Experiences that draw us closer to God and to others.

During this 5 week session, we will explore fives experiences that help us draw closer to God and to others. Each week we’ll gather on Tuesdays with time to connect to others, time to learn from others, time to experience with others, and time to share our own stories. Then, during the week, we will spend guided time on our own, encountering God through scripture in ways that complement our weekly gatherings.

Join us as we encounter God together in community!

Our spring study runs

from April 9 to May 7

Tuesdays at 10am & 7pm

Thursdays at 10am*


*Offsite meeting in West Linn with limited capacity & no childcare.

– Our number one goal is to ensure a safe environment for your child
– We are only able to receive pre-registered children into childcare
– We cannot accept walk-in childcare and unexpected guests
– We are not able to promise childcare to anyone who registers after the deadline

Registrations received after Tuesday, April 2 are not guaranteed a group placement or childcare on the first week of study. If you have any questions, please call the church office at 503-656-2328. For questions regarding childcare, please email childcare@willamette.cc.

Africa New Life Sewing Program

Africa New Life’s Sewing Program prepares women with a marketable skill, giving them the ability to provide reliable income for their families. A scholarship of $150/month, for a total of $1800 for each student, provides training, spiritual nurturing, and daycare. Join us as we support and pray for these hard-working ladies!


Josiane Niragire

Josiane Niragire is 24 years old and married with two children. She is the youngest of six children. Josiane attended school until Senior 4, when she left school to have her first child. Josiane’s mother passed away when she was very young, and this left the family in deep poverty. They often slept without dinner. This led Josiane to move to Kigali when she was old enough to work. She met and married her husband in Kigali. Today, he is unemployed. Her plan is to look for a job after mastering her sewing skills, so she can make a better life for herself.

Dative Mishyimimana


Grace Murekatete


Annet Mukandayisenga


Kezia Niyomukiza


Marie Claire Mukamfizi

A pathway to strengthen your connection with God, the church, and your purpose.

About Women’s Community at Willamette

Women’s Community at Willamette is a great place to begin building relationships with other women who want to know Jesus better, and to find practical, biblical direction for our daily lives. Join us as we learn to engage with and follow Jesus together.