From the hand-hewn timber foundation
of the original chapel
to the soaring ceiling beams
of our spacious, contemporary
our building is a space for worship
that we hold in trust,
and lovingly maintain
for present and future use.
The sanctuaries are linked
by the historic Samaritan House,
and Koinonia House’s
large kitchen and meeting hall.
This place fairly hums
with shared life experiences.
Important connections are being
made here all the time,
and between people and God.
Step through one of the many doors,
and look around.
Take a deep breath in and out,
and find your place here.
A walk through the terraced hillside of Meridian Cemetery reveals the names of many of Wilsonville’s earliest pioneer settlers. Established by the church in the 19th Century, the cemetery continues to be tended by descendants of these early families and church members who value the peaceful, historic site.
We love music and the arts here! When we built the new sanctuary, we made sure the sound system and lighting would be well-equipped for musical performances like our annual Fall Music Festival. We bring together fabulous regional musicians, delicious food, and a live and silent auction for a fun and much-anticipated community event. Other performers have discovered our space as well, and we’ve hosted the Acoustic Guitar Summit, and concerts of the I-5 Connection, and the West Linn Community Choruses.