Image by Ben White

Open Bible Fellowship Invites You
To Worship With Us

Sunday Service at 10:30 am

Image by Jon Moore

Open Bible Fellowship at a Glance

Open Bible Fellowship is committed to Loving God, Loving Others, and Serving our World.  Foundational to our ministry as a church body are a couple of Scriptures from the Bible, God’s Word to us.  The first is 1 John 4:19, which says, “We love because He (God) first loved us.”  Our love for God, others, and even ourselves is fully experienced and expressed because of God demonstrating His own love for us (Romans 5:8).

The next foundational scriptural passage for OBF is in Philippians 2:5-11 from which we are instructed that in Jesus Christ we can have the same attitude as He in our relationships with one another.  And the primary characteristic of Jesus and his example in this passage is servanthood. Jesus took upon himself “the very nature of a servant.”

Loving God, Loving Others, and Serving the World is our commitment to the Lord, to others, and to ourselves as God inhabits and empowers us through the Holy Spirit.

OBFC 1 (2).jpg
welcome pic.jpg
Holding Hands

Chris & Sarah Huntoon

Serving Our Local Community

Cheerfully & Generously

Image by Jon Moore

We Believe: There is a God.  The one and only God, revealed to us in the Bible as triune (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit).  He is the creator of everything and revealed in the Bible’s account of creation the Lord states that humankind was created in His own image which generally speaking means that we are a representation of who God is and what He is like.  

The Bible is clear that God desires to have a relationship with us and also desires for us to choose with our free will (given to us by God) to be in a worshipful relationship with Him.  But every one of us chooses to put ourselves before the God who created us and deserves our worship and because of that choice we are separated from God.

But because God loves us immeasurably, He sent is Son, Jesus, to sacrifice Himself and die the death every one of us deserved and therefore, paid the debt we owed to God. 

But then Christ rose from the dead because death could not contain Him. And so, through God’s loving act anyone of us has the choice to believe and receive the gift of Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection and become a child of God, in whom God, the Holy Spirit, lives in us and through us for God’s glory.  Certainly, we will have many questions about God throughout our lives, but this does not surprise God; in fact, He anticipates them. And beyond giving us just the answers we want he gives us Himself and invites us to, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest…learn from me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.”

Contact Open Bible Fellowship Eugene

Thanks for submitting!