Welcome to Augustana Lutheran Church

Church World Service is a leader in welcoming the refugee around the world. Rick will highlight the importance of working with newcomers (asylum seekers and refugees) to our country, and how we must advocate for the rights of those refugees already here. Sponsored by Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon and hosted at Augustana. Invite others!  All are welcome.

Can’t attend in person?  Join by Livestream.

The Season of Lent at Augustana

Ash Wednesday–Feb 14 
  12 noon & 7:30 pm. Worship with
   Imposition of Ashes.

Wednesdays–Feb 21, 28 & March 6, 13, 20
  6 pm.  Bible study & potluck dinner
  7:15 – 8 pm.  Lenten service vespers

Holy Week at Augustana

Palm Sunday–March 24
  10 am English & 11:30 Spanish

Maundy Thursday–March 28
  7:30 pm. Service

Good Friday–March 29
  12 noon. Service
  7:30 pm. Tenebrae Service of Light.

Easter Sunday–March 31
  10 am.  Easter Service, incorporating
   multiple musical styles.

Join us on Sundays 

9 am.  Sunday School and Confirmation
10 am. English service.  We rotate among musical styles:  classical, contemporary, and jazz.
11:15 am. Coffee hour each week, Adult Forum on certain Sundays.
11:30 am Spanish service.

Attend the services in person or online. Click on the button at the top of this page for current and future live-stream services.  Whether we are together in person or online, we are united in the love of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.  Come join us.

Soaking up those rays.

On February 6, 2022 we dedicated our new 44.4 kW photovoltaic system.  Local news stations covered the event. Our system supplies enough electricity to meet the needs of our campus.  Here’s our Solar Genesis Story.

Many thanks to all the generous and caring members and friends of Augustana whose donations provided most of the funding for this project. We are also grateful to Pacific Power’s Blue Sky participants whose support provided more than 36% of the project’s costs.  It was a collective effort.

See our Solar page.

Our Congregation

Augustana is a thriving,  multicultural, multinational, welcoming and affirming, sanctuary, servant congregation, called by Christ to share the Good News of God’s love for all people. We are called by the Creator to work with our Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Native American and Christian sisters and brothers and many people of good will, to seek justice and peace in all the earth and to care for the creation for generations to come, as together we weave God’s Beloved Community.


Our Mission

The mission of Augustana Lutheran Church is to witness to the Good News of God in Jesus Christ as a multicultural and multinational congregation of justice-seekers and peacemakers who welcome and affirm every person.


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