Eugene Mennonite Church
3590 W. 18th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97402
Worship begins at 10:00am each Sunday, unless otherwise noted below.
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In 1963, several families began meeting in each other's homes. In 1964, the fellowship formally became Eugene Mennonite Church. They began to meet in the Four Oaks Grange Hall until, with the help of students from the University of Oregon architecture program and many volunteers, the building we now use was completed in 1979. The congregation has always made an attempt to make the building available to other groups to rent, and Wellsprings Friends School began renting from Eugene Mennonite in 1994. In 2012, we reversed this order - we sold the building and grounds to Wellsprings, and the church now rents from them.
Throughout our history, Eugene Mennonite Church has been characterized by openness, caring and freedom. The congregation includes those from Mennonite background as well as those from other faith traditions. Many people have found it a safe place to examine their own theological perspectives, and numerous people have found it a home for several years while in Eugene and/or connected to the University before moving on to other locations.
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