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


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Coming Up...


All Church Camp Registration begins - Apr. 19

Literacy as a Social Justice Issue - Apr. 19, 26

Stand For Children update

Interfaith Shelter Thanks you!

Help Wanted on Stewardship Committee

New Member Class begins - Apr. 19

All Church Camp Registration - Apr. 19

Fellowship Hour Hosts needed - Apr. 19 & 26

The Third Act: Riding the Age Wave - Apr. 20

Ecclesiastical Council for Bonnie Rambob - Apr. 23

Sarah Neill says Thank You

Caring Connections

Food of the Month Collection: Foods needed for CAHOOTS

Justice & Witness Ministries Opportunities

Moderator shares The Leadership Roadmap


Looking Ahead:

Peace Village Interfaith Day Camp June 22-26, 2015

Family and Youth sessions at Camp Adams begin in July

Learning and Serving Together Middle School Service July 9-12, 2015

Summer Fun Camp July 19-23, 2015

Sierra Service Project: High School Trip July 26 - August 1, 2015

All-Church Camp at Camp Adams August 21-23, 2015




Sunday, April 19 - All Church Conversation on our
Housing Initiative

11:00 a.m. in the FCC Fellowship Hall
Sponsored by the Housing Initiative Committee

We encourage everyone to join in an All Church Conversation on the Housing Initiative.  Following a brief presentation addressing the question:  What are you talking about when you say “Housing Initiative?”,  we will gather around tables in the Fellowship Hall and reflect on the question:  “What is our unique calling in addressing the housing crisis in our community?”  The Housing Initiative strives to have impact on the lack of safe affordable housing in our community by including everyone in the solutions.  We have some plans in place — and there are many dreams yet to be imagined.  We need everyone — all ages, perspectives, abilities and passions — to realize God’s realm of health, wholeness and justice for all creation.  Please join this holy conversation!

Saturday, April 25 - Human Rights and the Crisis of Youth Homelessness
11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
Sponsored by the Eugene Human Rights Commission, Community Alliance for Lane County, and First Congregational Church

Youth who are or have experienced homelessness will share their stories at this important community-wide event. This is an extraordinary opportunity to learn about this crisis. A panel of local homeless advocates and service providers will lead the audience in responding to the keynote address, followed by facilitated group discussions on what new actions and initiatives are needed in our community to help move youth from homelessness to hope. Keynote Speaker: Caey Trupin, Coordinator of the Children and Youth Project in Seattle, WA. Space is limited. Please Pre-registration requested.

Thursday, April 30 - Zoning and Building Codes as Barriers to Affordable Housing
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Peter Horn Lounge
Sponsored by the Homeless Wisdom Circle
Potluck followed by discussion of topic