Hurricane Harvey and Irma Relief & Recovery


Missio has an opportunity to help those effected by Hurricane Harvey and Irma. There are Alliance churches & workers living in these devastated neighborhoods ready to help in the aftermath. We can partner with our brothers and sisters as they help their neighbors and bring aid to the thousands impacted.

We are inviting each household to give $10 today. Give online at and designate "CAMA Disaster Relief Fund" and/or "Hurricane Irma Relief & Recovery."

Intentional Parenting // Nov. 3 & 4


Register now for a great conference for parents and prospective parents! 

Intentional Conferences are gatherings created to give parents an in-depth, Biblical understanding of what it looks like to raise passionate Jesus followers. Conference facilitators walk through the scriptures offering practical, step-by-step instruction for raising children in every stage. 

Click here to register online!

November 3, 6:45-9:30pm
November 4, 8:45am-1:30pm

26 West Church
2900 NE Century Blvd. Hillsboro, OR 97214

Missio Family Covenant Affirmation & Renewal 2017-18

Participating in the Family Covenant is committing to be united with the Missio Family as we follow God in being an authentic community that makes Jesus fully known so that others may fully know him.


If you are new to Missio, the Family Covenant process begins by attending a Vision & Info Gathering. These gatherings provide clarity on what Missio believes, who we believe God has called us to be as a community, where God is leading us, and how you can participate in the work Jesus calls us to in the world as his disciples. 

The next Vision & Info Gathering will be held Sunday, July 23, 2017. For questions or to sign up for the Vision & Info gathering, please email Joel ( 


Serving Opportunities at Missio

A fantastic way to get plugged into the Missio Community is to serve! Here are a few ways to share your giftings, talents and time:

Missio Kids exists to partner with parents in discipling their children toward knowing Jesus and making Him fully known in the world. We have four different classes where we serve kids ages birth through 5th grade and volunteers serve once a month on a regular rotation. As a weekly team, we pray together before each Expression, work together to set up and tear down all our classrooms, and get to know one another as we serve kids and parents each month. 
Current needs:
- 4 2s & 3s Volunteers
- 4 Pre-K/Kindergarten Teacher’s Assistants
- 4 Elementary Teacher’s Assistants
- 2 Check-in Volunteers
Contact: // (503) 961-3456

The vision of our worship ministry is to become authentic worshipers of Jesus in our every day lives and allow that identity to shape our communal worship gatherings. We serve on Sundays by leading worship through song, prayer, and readings from the stage. We also serve by performing behind the scenes tasks, such as running sound, slides, and organizing the different people serving on a given Sunday.
Current needs:
- Worship team (both vocalists and instrumentalists) 
- Media
- Sound
Contact: // (503) 550-1950

The vision of the Missio Setup & Breakdown Team is to create a space where people can enter with minimal distractions and engage worship fully. We serve on Sundays by transforming the gym and other classrooms into spaces of worship as well as setting the rooms back in order so that the school can continue the work of educating and caring for the community. 
Current Needs: 4-6 Volunteers
Contact: // (503) 307-3949
Greeters are some of the first people guests and the Missio family see and interact with at a Sunday Expression. We serve by greeting people as they come through the door, answering questions they may have about Missio, introducing and connecting people to one another, and helping people navigate Sunday Expressions. 
Current Needs: 3 Greeters
Contact: // (503) 307-3949

Caring for Refugees in Our City

There are many ways we can respond to the needs of refugees in the greater Portland area. See below for opportunities and contact Katy and/or Christine to learn more. 

Friends of Refugees in Beaverton needs:

  • Drivers and childcare for ESL Classes
  • Women to teach refugee women to drive
  • Men to fellowship with refugee men
  • Vocational needs (dentists, architects, web designers)
  • Donations (vacuum, microwave, furniture, household goods, money)

Contact: Katy Fairley (

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO) needs:

  • After-school mentoring for youth

Contact: Christine Kan (


Download the new Missio Community App!

We know your days and weeks get busy. It’s hard to remember what you heard on Sunday let alone keep track of what’s happening in the life of Missio. Download our app to:

  • Hear the latest sermon
  • Access the Daily Text Bible reading 
  • Catch up on news & announcements
  • Receive text notifications
  • Give online

To download, search "Missio Community" in your phone app store or click on either link:
iOS // Android