Welcome to Augustana Lutheran Church
Come Celebrate with Us. All Are Welcome Here!
During this COVID pandemic we are worshiping through livestream services each Sunday at 10:00 and 11:30am. Although we are not physically together we are still very much the church. We are the church and God gathers us each Sunday through the gift of technology as people join us from around the world. We are the church, committed as ever to walking with the most vulnerable, freeing the oppressed, feeding the hungry, and caring for the sick and imprisoned, the refugee and the immigrant, the child and the elder. We are the church, as vital as ever as we publicly proclaim Black Lives Matter while striving with partners to end white supremacy and systemic and institutional racism. Come join us as, united in the love of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit, we weave the Beloved Community where we truly love God, our neighbor and ourselves.
Ash Wednesday Service
Livestream at 7 p.m. February 17
25th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr Day Celebration
Augustana Lutheran Church in conjunction with the Albina
Ministerial Alliance presents an evening of music, song, word and
reflection. Livestream on January 17, 2021 at 5 p.m.
Augustana Music Presents
A Virtual Christmas Concert
Join the many Augustana musicians and friends for this special Christmas Concert
Welcome to Augustana. 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. Rev. Dr. W.J. Mark Knutson, Pastor
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.