Come to our monthly Chapter Meetings. You’ll find a safe space where you can learn, share, or simply be yourself in a supportive and friendly environment filled with LGBTQ persons, family members, friends, and allies of all ages. We’ll be there at the welcome table to greet you.
The chapter meeting has a little something for everybody. Here’s a typical agenda:
- Announcements to keep you in sync with the LGBTQ community;
- An entertaining and informative program on a topic of the day;
- An opportunity to socialize;
- Support Groups where you can share your story or just listen to others – the heart of PFLAG.
Join in! We’ll see you soon.
Our Chapter Meeting gathers on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 7:00PM to 9:00PM at the First United Methodist Church, 1838 SW Jefferson Street, Portland.
Public Transport: MAX Goose Hollow Station.
Come around to the church’s South parking lot (driveway 1 block south on SW 18th St., just around the corner from the Jefferson St. entrance) and look for the PFLAG sandwich board in front of the meeting room door on the building just to the west of the Sanctuary entrance.
Please note: PFLAG is not affiliated with any religion or faith community, but often partners with supportive faith communities. First United Methodist Church, an actively welcoming faith community that supports LGBTQ individuals and their families, has been an active partner with PFLAG Portland and has graciously donated the use of their space to us for over 25 years. Meetings are held in the community meeting room, a welcoming and open space free of religious iconography.
PFLAG Portland Black Chapter
Our Chapter Meeting gathers on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 12-2PM at
In Other Words bookstore,
14 NE Killingsworth St, Portland.
Public Transport: Tri-Met bus #6, NE MLK and Morris stop.
PFLAG Portland East County
Our Chapter Meeting gathers on the 1st Thursday of every month from 7:00PM – 9:00PM at
the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
120 SW Towle, Gresham.
Public Transport: Tri-Met bus #9; Powell and Towle stop # 4552.