Welcome to City Church Eugene


Covid-19 UPDATe (09/07)


The City Church leadership has, from the beginning, sought to set our policy according to our local guidelines. That is still the case. To that end, we continue to meet in person while also streaming our service for the sake of the more vulnerable among us who still are unable to meet in person. 


Guidelines currently require those who gather to wear masks regardless of vaccination status. We are asking those who attend in person to follow that expectation until further notice.


We also invite all who are now able to restart the habit of gathering together in person for worship. We need each other, which includes each other's presence. May God bless City Church as we continue to trust him for the journey ahead.




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We believe the gospel teaches us to...


love God




We are not Christians because of our goodness, 

or even our capacity for arriving at correct beliefs. 

We are Christians because we are a mess, and God is gracious. 

- Jared Ayers

Our full humanity is contingent on our hospitality: we can

be complete only when we are giving something away.

- Alice Waters

To know is to care; 

and if we don’t care, we don’t know. 

To know is to love; 

and if we don’t love, then we don’t know...

In our homes, on our streets, in our schools, 

in our businesses, this has consequences. 

Simply said, there are implications because, 

for love’s sake, we are implicated.

- Steven Garber

info

WORSHIP SERVICE:  10:00 am

MEETING ADDRESS: 2111 Minnesota St. Eugene, OR 97402

OFFICE/MAILING ADDRESS: 207 E 5th Ave. #238, Eugene, OR 97401                                                                                                                                                                       

PHONE: 541-743-2827

EMAIL: office@citychurcheugene.org





"Why The Rooster?" - Throughout history the church has included the rooster in its architecture and art as a symbol of proclaimed grace and hope. We have taken it up as a reminder of Peter’s denial of and subsequent gracious restoration by Jesus. We believe that all who follow Jesus, like Peter, are witnesses in spite of our own personal failings, because Jesus loves and is merciful to us. The rooster has also been used as a symbol of hope in the darkness--a herald of the dawn. We believe that the resurrection of Jesus secures hope that, though there is darkness all around and inside us, dawn is coming. We, like the rooster, but more importantly like failing-restored Peter, are hopeful heralds of the dawning healing of all our aches and sorrows in Jesus.