We are an open and affirming, progressive Christian Church, seeking to live Jesus' vision of inclusive community and mission.


"Our faith is over 2000 years old,
our thinking is not."


Celebrating 125 Years!

Our first building on W. 7th Street

Coming Up...

Seeking 1st-3rd Grade Sunday School Teachers and childcare volunteers

All Church Retreat at Camp Adams - balances due Aug. 15

Altar Flowers needed for Aug. 17

Join Third Sunday Allcomers Choir - Aug. 17

Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Meeting - Aug. 17

FCC's Stand For Children update

Masonic Cemetery Tour - Aug. 31

Four-Way Covenant with the Rev. Rebecca Delzell

Some Shifts in our Music Ministry Staff

Note from Greg Sojka about the Music Program

Church Directories

Grounds Care Thanks

FCC Earth Stewardship News

Support the City's Climate Recovery Ordinance

Congregational Meeting Highlights

Our Farm Partnership

Rise Up: Climate, Faith and Action

FCC Produce Sharing


Looking Ahead:

All Church Retreat at Camp Adams  August 22-24, 2014

Stand For Children event here Sept. 20, 2014

CROP Walk October 5, 2014


Extending Extravagant Welcome

On June 2, 1889, the first Sabbath of the month, 23 people gathered in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Eugene to declare their intent, ‘Providence permitting’ to organize a Congregational Church.

New additions to our photo wall timeline have appeared!


Masonic Cemetery Tour—August 31

Join us after worship August 31 for a tour of the Masonic Cemetery—a Eugene treasure just three blocks from church. The tour will be led by FCC member Denny Hellesvig, who is on the cemetery board and is the cemetery treasurer. Denny will take us to see the tombs of our city father Eugene Skinner and the first governor of Oregon John Whiteaker. Many Eugene notables are here: Friendly, Luckey, McCornack, Chambers and Kerns. Of special interest to us is the “Congregational Corner” where Thomas and Cordelia Condon are buried. Thomas Condon was a Congregational minister, the first geology professor at the University of Oregon, and a founding member of First Congregational Church 125 years ago. Wear walking shoes, bring water and a snack if desired, and come prepared to immerse yourself in local history. You won’t want to miss it!