Activities

Pastor Jim is putting together an on-line Christmas Eve service. If you have a special Christmas memory, please feel free to share it! You can submit a short video or contact him to film it. Take a trip down memory lane and find a favorite memory to share!

Sunday School – Currently on Hold!!!
Classes for all ages begin at 9:00am. There are a variety of classes for adults and children. Talk with Dr. Jim if you need guidance finding a class that best fits your needs.

Tuesday — Women’s Coffee Hour in the Social Hall, 9:00-10:00AM or to whenever the last ones leave! Bring your own coffee and a mask, if you so desire.

Tuesday — Soup Kitchen (currently take-out meals only from east side ramp)
The Soup Kitchen is open from 5:30 – 6:30PM to anyone in need of a hot, nourishing meal or a warm, friendly place to visit. Volunteers are appreciated, especially around holidays. Donations are accepted but not required. If you would like to donate toward the meals, talk with the coordinator, Glenda Plant. *

Thursday — Bible Study
Bible Study meets weekly on-line. Led by Dr. Jim, this group studies issues to gain a better understanding of Biblical content. It is open to everyone.

Prayer Group
This group is open to anyone interested and is currently limited to our Prayer Chain group. Prayers are lifted up for the church, the community, world leaders and for specifically requested persons. Leave a message for Glenda Plant (541.929.2412) if you want to be part of this ministry.

Omelet Dinner, 5-7:00PM — Next Dinner: cancelled due to Coronavirus restrictions.
Held the first Friday of each month (excluding July and August), the dinner began in 1988 as a means of funding parsonage property taxes. Dinners are open to the public. The meal consists of an omelet (made while you watch) with your choice of fillings (turkey ham, green onion, green pepper, mushrooms, cheddar and/or Jack cheese), home-made scones, fruit and a beverage. If you are real hungry, sausage gravy and scones are available for purchase. Home-made desserts can be enjoyed for a donation. We’re sure hoping we all remember how to cook omelets once we can start up again! Seriously though, we hear it’s kind of like riding a bike — you pick up where you left off. Once restrictions are lifted, we will get the word out about when we will resume cooking omelets.

In April, omelets are replaced with our annual Spaghetti Dinner. The meal includes spaghetti, bread, salad and a beverage. Delicious, home-made desserts will be available for a donation. (Same time, same place — Social Hall from 5-7:00 PM)

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