Here’s a story about how some churches are re-defining their mission and serving their community by opening up their space to the public. We also discuss why some churches are reluctant to follow what Pastor Matt Huff from Central Nazarene Church calls “The Church’s Greatest Commandment”.

Portland’s pedestrian plan:

Read the draft plan, offer comments, and hear people’s stories on the PedPDX plan here.

There are a few more meetings left, and comments are being accepted until May 3rd.


Live music

The Black Flash / Creature Society

EastSide Bar and Grill, 2530 NE 82nd Ave * 9 pm – midnight

Sketch comedy:

This should be good… “In GOB We Trust”, sketch comedy with

“Witness the wonder that is Escape Reality, Portland’s newest sketch comedy troupe featuring Nicolette Regina, Katelyn Melton, Jared Souza, Jarrett Brown and Nathan Franklin!”

Milepost 5 Theater, * 8133 NE Oregon St * 7 pm, Sat * $8, $14 gets you two drinks tickets


Talk Time (event):

“Talk Time is an informal conversation circle for non-native speakers to practice speaking English. First come, first served.”

Gregory Heights Library, 7921 NE Sandy Blvd * 12:30 pm – 2 pm