Serving the Lord in Hillsboro since 1852

Welcome to All Saints! We are a community of Episcopal Christians who gather in Hillsboro, Oregon on Sunday mornings and seek to live lives faithful to God every day of the week.  

We invite you to worship on Sunday mornings. The church building is located at 372 NE Lincoln Street in downtown Hillsboro, on the corner of 4th & Lincoln.  The church sanctuary can be entered from Lincoln Street.  The church office door faces the parking lot on the west side of the building. 

We celebrate the Holy Eucharist each Sunday at 10:00 AM.  There are special services on Holy Days throughout the year.  Children are welcome in the worship service, and clipboards with activities based on the Sunday's Bible readings are available for all children to use.  

We also enjoy "coffee hour" after worship each Sunday.  You are invited to the Parish Hall for a hot beverage, a bite to eat, and conversation.  It's a great way to take time to get to know the community.   And, a few times a year, we enjoy a potluck luncheon during coffee hour.   

We share the church building with Misión Todos Los Santos, a Spanish-speaking Episcopal mission.  Todos Los Santos meets in the sanctuary to worship every Sunday at 1:00pm.  The Rev. Wilson Ferreira is Vicar of Todos Los Santos and also serves as Westside Latino Missioner for the Diocese of Oregon.  

As part of the Anglican tradition, we follow a calendar rich with history - with the different liturgical seasons, the colorful altar vestments, and commemorating the saints' days throughout the year. We are an authentic community, devoted to God and each other, and we express this love through worship and service. 

 

Contact Information

Office Hours:

Mon-Thurs
9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Office Phone number
(503) 648-2514

E-mail
psalm130@allsaintshillsboro.org

The Vestry takes very seriously the responsibility it has to oversee church activities and finances. However, under the watchful eye of the Rector, the vestry never gets so involved with the daily activities of the church that we forget that the principal reason for our existence is to worship God and follow the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ.