upcoming events

Here are the events coming up in the life of our church. Please join us!

  • Prime Time Goes to Sawdust Theater

    Saturday, June 15 at 7:00pm

    You're invited to join the Church of God Prime Time seniors group as they carpool to see "The Great Milking Machine Caper" at Coquille's famous Sawdust Theater. A carpool will form in the church parking lot at 5:30. Please sign up on the Info Table. We hope you'll join us!

  • Kids: Come to Camp White Branch This Summer!

    This should be the best season yet! Pick up your registration form from the Information Table or by clicking here. Scholarships are available from the church to help campers pay the registration costs; please contact the church office at 541-271-3928. Happy camping!

    • Senior high camp: July 8-12 (entering 9th through 12th grade, due June 24)
    • Junior camp: July 15-19 (entering 5th & 6th grade, due July 1)
    • Middle school camp: July 29-August 2 (entering 7th & 8th grade, due July 15)
    • Intro camp: August 2-4 (entering 2nd & 3rd grade, with parent, due July 19)
    • Primary camp: August 12-15 (entering 3rd & 4th grade, due July 29)
  • Roar VBS Is Coming!

    July 22-25, 2019 from 9am to noon

    Join us on the African savannah for a WILD & ROARING great time at this year's VBS! All kids aged 4 through entering 6th grade are welcome to attend. As always, it's free and lunch is provided at noon for all participants. Please register online by clicking here. See you on safari!

  • Single Ladies' Bunco

    Tuesday, July 9 at 2:00pm

    All the single ladies! All the single ladies! Bring your hands to Bunco for friendship, prizes, food, and lots of laughter. We gather in the Fellowship Hall on the second Tuesday of each month. Join us!

  • tlc: thursday ladies care group

    Thursdays at 10

    All ladies are invited to join the TLC groups at 10:00am to laugh, form friendships, support each other with prayer, and study God's word together. Please come and join us!

  • men's aa meeting

    Tuesdays at 7:00pm

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of folks who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other to solve their common problem and help others recover. For more information, visit the AA website here.