One Great Hour of Sharing, March 28

Let love flow. Joshua Mumbi used to spend much of his time collecting water. When it rained, he would collect water running in the streets. Often he would spend much of the day walking to a local water source and carrying back buckets. Sometimes he would even

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Ukulele Choir Collective – Mar. 24

Vicki will offer another “UCC” (Uke Choir Collective) get-together via Zoom on Wednesday, March 24 at 5:30 p.m. If you have a ukulele, great…come strum along, but even if you don’t, you can sing along, strum your guitar, play percussion on your table, or whatever joyful noise

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Pallet Shelter Supplies

The Pallet Shelter Homes located on the upper parking lot are receiving families! It was truly beautiful to be able to welcome them into the church to pick out fresh sheets, new pillows and cozy comforters along with gorgeous handcrafted pillowcases from our past pillowcase ministries, plus

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Lenten Season Family Art Time

Join us Sundays at 11 a.m. during Lent Gretchen will bring ideas for a fun art project loosely connected to the season of Lent and we can create together! All projects should be low stress and open ended and accessible for all ages (although parent assistance will

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Sunday morning Religious Education

“The Interregnum”, Don Gall, Facilitator via Zoom February 21 to March 28, 9 a.m.A Baptist, a Catholic, and a Neo-Pagan Shaman walked into a bar and ordered a … wait a minute! That wasn’t a bar and this isn’t a joke! Those were people who stormed the

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Endowment, how has it grown?

Your Church’s Endowment~ A Rock for Ages How has the Endowment grown to be such a financial blessing for the church? Funds come to the Endowment from various sources.  The annual Easter Dedication we are in the midst of is but one of the ways the fund has

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Movie Group

Movie Group meets Thursday, March 11th at 2 p.m. Movie group concept: It’s like a book group in that we pick a movie to watch on our own, then discuss it together. If you’ve been interested in some of the impressive and thought-provoking movies coming out these

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Little Free Pantries

Food Pantries, large cupboards filled with free useable food, have been springing up around Eugene-Springfield thanks to the design and build skills of Burrito Brigade.  Now FCC is happy to be hosting our own pantry that is located on Harris Street near the south entrance to the parking

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Diaper Drive

FCC is sponsoring a Diaper and Feminine Hygiene Drive for Centro Latino, St. Vincent DePaul, the Relief Nursery and the Mission. This congregation-wide drive for basic family supplies will happen during the month of March.   You are invited to participate via Signup Genius below, in this important Social

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