Fishing Derby


Sunday, May 16, 2015

Life After 50 men--it's time for a fish derby!  Fish the Umpqua and mountain lakes and share in some great fun and fellowship.  Get to know new folks, renew old acquaintances and fill your buckets with fresh trout or small mouth bass.  Sign up today at the Info Desk, the Church Office, or online by clicking here.  Availability depends on the number of boats available and the number of fishermen.  Bass fishing on the Umpqua includes drift boat and life jackets; bring your own rod, bait and lunch.  This is an all day trip for the more physically able.  Trout fishing at one of the mountain lakes includes boat, life jackets, fishing gear and bait.  This trip is appropriate for those with physical limitations.  Make sure you have your fishing license prior to the trip!





Prayer Retreat


Saturday, May 23, 2015 at 10 a.m.

Are you needing to set some time aside to hear from God?  We invite you to step away from the pressures and stresses of life for a half day of solitude and prayer.  Spend some time at the St. Rita's Retreat Center in Gold Hill, a place of peace and prayer that offers a beautiful setting to connect with God, including  scenic views across the valleys, landscaped gardens, a labyrinth, outdoor Stations of the Cross, and walking trails in a natural environment.   

Bring your Bible, a lawn chair, a water bottle and snacks if needed.  The retreat ends at 2 p.m.  Call the church office at (541) 479-2639 to reserve your spot



Case for Creation


Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 6 p.m.

Have you ever wondered how the Bible holds up against the theory of evolution?  Join us for a presentation by Dr. Thomas Kindell, once an ardent believer in the "fact" of evolution, and now a zealous creationist through his exposure to the scientific case for creation.  As described in 2 Peter 3:5, evolutionists deliberately ignore the impact of the flood and God's testimony that the heavens and the earth did not evolve by continuing natural processes but were called into existence by God's omnipotent Word, fully complete and functioning from the beginning.  In this third part of our Sunday Night Q & A series, discover what this means for us as Dr. Kindell backs this statement up with geological evidence of the flood in Genesis.