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We believe that Jesus Christ came to reveal the fullness of God's love. We celebrate that love through praise, sacraments, music, service, and aspiring to be an inclusive community. There is a place for you here!
Worship is close to our hearts. We believe in all our actions and in our presence in the world, we show we are one part of the body of Christ. Journey with us in engaging worship! Check out all the times on the Worship/Give page
Creator offers a wide range of ministries and opportunities to connect. Whether you want to learn more, pray more, sing more, or serve more, there is a ministry you can join.
Use the items under the Involvement menu item above for details of how to become involved in our community, together with our partners, and in the world.
Gathering Together Sundays in the Building and on our YouTube channel.
Use the SIGN UP Button to volunteer to be an upcoming Sunday Worship Servant
With the recent CDC Masks are optional. Please wear one if you are comfortable. Please remember:
Whether we gather in the building, on Facebook, on YouTube or through Zoom, worship with Communion is held Sundays at 10:00 a.m. – Out of love for one another and our neighbors, we strongly encourage all people using the building to be vaccinated.
Creator Lutheran Church welcomes you to come – as you are, where you are, and who you are – and join us in worship, fellowship, and ministry. The Gospel reveals God's astounding grace as an unconditional gift of love for all people, so ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or marital status are not barriers to our invitation for worship or leading our community. We are committed to racial equality. As an inclusive community grounded in God's love and following Jesus' example, we celebrate the diversity of God's creation.
We, the faith community of Creator Lutheran Church, gratefully remember the ancestors and survivors of Clackamas County - specifically the Clackamas, Kalapuyan, Upper Chinookan and Molallan Tribes, who created communities honoring the land and waterways. Following their Tribal traditions they carefully maintained and harvested the plentiful natural resources of our area. We recognize the sustainable pracitces they used in sacred relationship with the land before settlers arrived. We respect and honor their legacy and descendants who carry on their traditions for present and future generations.
News and Upcoming Events
Reparations Email List Signup after the Oregon Synod Assembly
Participants felt the Holy Spirit in the 2022 Oregon Synod Assembly last weekend.
The assembly is over but sign up on the Oregon Synod Reparations Team's email list is still available, Please click here.
Changing Church for a Changing World
Creator Lutheran members are faithful, yet changing to better meet what it means to be Christian today.
In recognition of the upcoming 505th Anniversary of the Reformation, there is a new group that is reaching out to engage with others about current ELCA concerns, named Reformation 2022 The Movement.
There are Creator members who are on the Oregon Synod Reparations Team for two years now, exploring and expanding what the synod calls our wild web of relationships. The reformers in #reformation2022 are grounded in scripture and other faith practices. Many.have opened my eyes to injustice that need to be addressed. I am constantly challenged to ask how the church can become more aligned with God.
Please join me and fellow reformers to tackle this work and sign up for a work group here.
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