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If you want to become part of the ECF Community then you came to the right place! This is really important because authentic participation in a local church is a significant step in your relationship with Christ. If you’re ready to make this type of commitment sign up for ECF 101. You will hear from Pastor Gary and other leaders about the vision, values and strategy of ECF. Afterwards, you have the opportunity to join the church. The class will end with a great celebration as we baptize all those who have not yet done so. If you have not been baptized, this class is required.
ECF 101 is designed for High School Graduates and older. Sign-up at Info Desk or in your bulletin on Sunday, on The City or contact the church office at 541.344.3380. This class is a requirement for Eugene Christian Fellowship Membership.
The Bible clearly teaches that baptism is the first step of obedience after making a commitment to Christ. Baptism allows a believer to communicate to the world their heart-felt commitment to Christ. People often have questions regarding baptism: Why should I be baptized? I’ve already been baptized. Do I have to do it again? Does it matter if someone is sprinkled or dunked?
You can find out more about baptism and what scripture says about it by attending ECF 101: Foundations of a Christian Life.
We gather in small groups with our friends and neighbors to live life together and experience the gospel in ways we can’t on our own. In small groups we wrestle with the truths of the Bible, love one another, serve our city, and participate in the mission of God for ECF.
For more information about our small groups, you may contact the church by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-344-3380. If you’re a member of “The City”, you may also find information about individual groups. Log on to www.ECF.OntheCity.org and go to the Groups Tab, then click on Group Search and then click on the Name & Description Tab. Unclick all but the Small Group box and click Search. You can click on a specific group to see more information about that group.
Who are Volunteers?
ECF volunteers are members of the church who work together to serve our church body and others in the community to advance the Kingdom for Jesus.
How do I volunteer at Eugene Christian Fellowship?
Become a member of the church (see the Commit section & attend ECF 101), check out the volunteer teams, and complete a Volunteer Application so we can know a little bit more about you. You can also find out more about ECF’s volunteer opportunities by emailing email@example.com or attending ECF 101.
What opportunities are available?
ECF has many areas of ministry that are made up of multiple volunteer teams who serve on Sundays and during the week. Sign up for one of the teams and someone will contact you about your next step.