WHO WE ARE

 

 

WHAT WE BELIEVE

 

We believe that God offers eternal life for all who would trust in His Son, Jesus Christ; that we are saved by grace through faith, and not by anything we do.

 

Salvation is a free gift which we receive when we believe.

 

In view of this great outpouring of God's mercy and grace, it seems a reasonable act of worship to offer ourselves as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God, not out of obligation or necessity, but out of gratitude.

 

Therefore, we are a church on a mission. There are many lost and hurting people in our community. By meeting and befriending these people, we hope to bear witness to a life of true joy in relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

 

Real relationship reveals needs which God often meets through the church, which He called the body of Christ.

 

We long to be the hands and feet of Jesus by bringing concrete acts of grace into the lives of believers and unbelievers alike, shining the light of God's love into the dark corners of our world.

We are committed to supporting missions outreach and lifting up passionate believers from within our church whom God has called to this noble work. These who would be missionaries beyond our boarders are an inspiration to us all. God has blessed this obedience and we now have kids from our small town impacting lives for Jesus in the uttermost parts of the globe.

 

We strive to be the church that Jesus envisioned; a living, breathing, loving, grieving body of believers; sharing each other's triumphs, bearing each others' burdens and praising God in all things.

 

The Holy Spirit of the Lord is at work in the hearts of believers, drawing us each to greater faith.

 

He helps us, teaches us, convicts us and comforts us. With love and forgiveness, truth and trust, prayer and encouragement, lives are being changed.

 

At NUBF, we want to do church God's way ... as He gives us eyes to see it.

 

Come. Join us in this, the greatest of adventures.

 

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

 

All of the services at North Umpqua Bible Fellowship center on teaching the Bible, fellowship, worship,

and prayer.

 

Because we study God's Word

you can expect to be spoken to by the Lord.

 

Because we fellowship

you can expect to be encouraged through God's people.

 

Because we worship

you can expect to sense the presence of the Lord.

 

Because we pray

you can expect God to be at work in your life.

 

 

SUNDAY SERMON

 

Here at North Umpqua Bible Fellowship our studies are centered and focused on the Bible.

 

We are currently engaged in a verse by verse study of the book of Revelation.

 

Please join us to learn what Revelation says, what it means and why it makes a difference to us today.

 

To listen or download Ron's past sermons from this and other books, please click here.

 

 

SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR KIDS

 

Every Sunday after joining their folks for praise and worship, kids at NUBF head to Sunday School where they have their own Kid-Sized Bible time.

 

Learning, snacks, music and crafts are all part of the experience.

 

Our dedicated teachers are enthusiastic, mature believers who have your child's best interests at heart.

 

Sunday School at NUBF is sure to be a time that will engage, inspire and satisfy.

 

NUBF WELLNESS POLICY

 

For the health of all the children please do not bring to or leave your child in Sunday School if in the last 24 hours they have had:

 

A temperature of 101 degrees F or more.

Vomiting or severe diarrhea.

A non-clear discharge from the nose or eyes.

Any rash or skin condition unless deemed non-contagious.

 

Thank you.

 

 

COMMUNION

 

Communion, often called “The Lord’s Supper” (or “The Eucharist” in more traditional churches), is a simple ceremony commemorating the “Last Supper” that Jesus shared with His disciples shortly before He was crucified.  (Luke 22:14-20)

 

As New Testament believers, we are called to share this Communion as a reminder that Jesus died on the cross to pay the price for our sins.

 

We remember our Savior’s great sacrifice by sharing a bit of bread and a sip of juice, reminiscent of His body and blood that was given for us. (1 Corinthians 11:23-25)

 

If you’ve never been to Communion at NUBF, or if this will be your first time ever, this is what it looks like:

 

Following the sermon, we pray and then volunteers pass out bits of bread in a basket; later, they pass around trays with small plastic cups containing grape juice. We read a bit of Scripture and eat the bread; read a bit more and then drink the juice.

 

This may seem strange, even insignificant, but like the Gospel itself, it is the beauty of simplicity.

 

At NUBF, we celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of the month.

 

We have an “open communion”. In other words, anyone who has believed in Jesus for eternal life is welcome to join us.

 

It doesn’t matter if you are a regular visitor, if you’re passing through or you’ve just dropped in for the first time.

 

We think it’s fitting that we should celebrate together that which has brought us together: our common faith in Jesus.

 

 

OFFERING

 

New Testament believers are never commanded to tithe.

 

Matthew 22:15-22 and Romans 13:1-7 tell us about the only required giving in the church age, which is the paying of taxes to the government.

 

People who entrust their lives to Jesus Christ do not worry about whether tithing is commanded in the New Testament.

 

People who are being transformed by Christ to be more like Christ are generous.

 

They want to give as much as possible to support the gospel and to provide for the poor.

 

Christians should give generously — but giving is a result of their relationship with God, not a way to earn it.

 

We are given grace through faith, not through tithing.

 

The guideline for our giving to God and His work is found in 2 Corinthians 9:6-7:

 

"Now this I say, he who sows sparingly shall also reap sparingly; and he who sows bountifully shall also reap bountifully.

 

Let each one do just as he has purposed in his heart; not grudgingly or under compulsion; for God loves a cheerful giver."

 

 

BAPTISM

 

Baptism is a cornerstone of our Christian faith.

 

North Umpqua Bible Fellowship practices believer's baptism by immersion.

 

We do not regard baptism as necessary for salvation, but instead see it this way:  As an outward sign of the inward change that has already taken place; as an act of obedience to our Lord and Savior; and as a public declaration of faith in Jesus.

 

NUBF schedules a baptism celebration during the summer each year. If you missed this year's outing, we're always willing to perform baptisms whenever the need arises.

 

All believers are welcome.

 

If you believe you have an immediate need to be baptized then please call the office at (541) 496-0764 and arrangements can be made.

 

 

NURSERY

 

On Sunday, we have excellent care available for our little ones.

 

Our list of nursery helpers is impressive. There are nurses, family nurse practitioners, day care providers, as well as experienced mothers and grandmothers.

 

They care for our precious little ones so parents can enjoy church services without worry or distraction.

 

The children are checked in and checked out, provided with snacks and a variety of toys and comforted with loving arms.

 

Every adult volunteer has been hand picked and we have also performed a background check just to make sure that parents can know their children are safe.

 

NUBF WELLNESS POLICY

 

For the health of all the children please do not bring to or leave your child in the nursery if in the last 24 hours they have had:

 

A temperature of 101 degrees F or more.

Vomiting or severe diarrhea.

A non-clear discharge from the nose or eyes.

Any rash or skin condition unless deemed non-contagious.

 

Thank you.

 

 

CHILDREN'S DEDICATION

 

We believe children are a gift from God.

 

We do not baptize infants or children too young to make a decision for Christ.

 

But we do have a simple dedication ceremony we can perform as part of the Sunday Service.

 

Child dedication is a public commitment you make before God, your church, and your family, and a solemn commitment we as a church make to you.

 

The congregation joins the pastor in asking God to help us watch over, guide, and  protect your child as they grow up; and provides you, the parent(s), an opportunity to express publicly your desire to lead and spiritually nurture your child in cooperation with the Holy Spirit, so your child will develop a desire to love God and love others.

 

 

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  • WHAT WE BELIEVE

    We believe that God offers eternal life for all who would trust in His Son, Jesus Christ; that we are saved by grace through faith, and not by anything we do.

     

    Salvation is a free gift which we receive when we believe.

     

    In view of this great outpouring of God's mercy and grace, it seems a reasonable act of worship to offer ourselves as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God, not out of obligation or necessity, but out of gratitude.

     

    Therefore, we are a church on a mission. There are many lost and hurting people in our community. By meeting and befriending these people, we hope to bear witness to a life of true joy in relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

     

    Real relationship reveals needs which God often meets through the church, which He called the body of Christ.

     

    We long to be the hands and feet of Jesus by bringing concrete acts of grace into the lives of believers and unbelievers alike, shining the light of God's love into the dark corners of our world.

    We are committed to supporting missions outreach and lifting up passionate believers from within our church whom God has called to this noble work. These who would be missionaries beyond our boarders are an inspiration to us all. God has blessed this obedience and we now have kids from our small town impacting lives for Jesus in the uttermost parts of the globe.

     

    We strive to be the church that Jesus envisioned; a living, breathing, loving, grieving body of believers; sharing each other's triumphs, bearing each others' burdens and praising God in all things.

     

    The Holy Spirit of the Lord is at work in the hearts of believers, drawing us each to greater faith.

     

    He helps us, teaches us, convicts us and comforts us. With love and forgiveness, truth and trust, prayer and encouragement, lives are being changed.

     

    At NUBF, we want to do church God's way ... as He gives us eyes to see it.

     

    Come. Join us in this, the greatest of adventures.

     

  • WHAT TO EXPECT

    All of the services at North Umpqua Bible Fellowship center on teaching the Bible, fellowship, worship,

    and prayer.

     

    Because we study God's Word

    you can expect to be spoken to by the Lord.

     

    Because we fellowship

    you can expect to be encouraged through God's people.

     

    Because we worship

    you can expect to sense the presence of the Lord.

     

    Because we pray

    you can expect God to be at work in your life.

     

  • SUNDAY SERMON

    Here at North Umpqua Bible Fellowship our studies are centered and focused on the Bible.

     

    We are currently engaged in a verse by verse study of the book of Revelation.

     

    Please join us to learn how Revelations pertains to us today.

     

    To listen or download Ron's past sermons from this and other books, please click here.

     

  • SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR KIDS

    Every Sunday after joining their folks for praise and worship, kids at NUBF head to Sunday School where they have their own Kid-Sized Bible time.

     

    Learning, snacks, music and crafts are all part of the experience.

     

    Our dedicated teachers are enthusiastic, mature believers who have your child's best interests at heart.

     

    Sunday School at NUBF is sure to be a time that will engage, inspire and satisfy.

     

    NUBF WELLNESS POLICY

     

    For the health of all the children please do not bring to or leave your child in Sunday School if in the last 24 hours they have had:

     

    A temperature of 101 degrees F or more.

    Vomiting or severe diarrhea.

    A non-clear discharge from the nose or eyes.

    Any rash or skin condition unless deemed non-contagious.

     

    Thank you.

  • COMMUNION

    Communion, often called “The Lord’s Supper” (or “The Eucharist” in more traditional churches), is a simple ceremony commemorating the “Last Supper” that Jesus shared with His disciples shortly before He was crucified.  (Luke 22:14-20)

     

    As New Testament believers, we are called to share this Communion as a reminder that Jesus died on the cross to pay the price for our sins.

     

    We remember our Savior’s great sacrifice by sharing a bit of bread and a sip of juice, reminiscent of His body and blood that was given for us. (1 Corinthians 11:23-25)

     

    If you’ve never been to Communion at NUBF, or if this will be your first time ever, this is what it looks like:

     

    Following the sermon, we pray and then volunteers pass out bits of bread in a basket; later, they pass around trays with small plastic cups containing grape juice. We read a bit of Scripture and eat the bread; read a bit more and then drink the juice.

     

    This may seem strange, even insignificant, but like the Gospel itself, it is the beauty of simplicity.

     

    At NUBF, we celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of the month.

     

    We have an “open communion”. In other words, anyone who has believed in Jesus for eternal life is welcome to join us.

     

    It doesn’t matter if you are a regular visitor, if you’re passing through or you’ve just dropped in for the first time.

     

    We think it’s fitting that we should celebrate together that which has brought us together: our common faith in Jesus.

  • OFFERING

    New Testament believers are never commanded to tithe.

     

    Matthew 22:15-22 and Romans 13:1-7 tell us about the only required giving in the church age, which is the paying of taxes to the government.

     

    People who entrust their lives to Jesus Christ do not worry about whether tithing is commanded in the New Testament.

     

    People who are being transformed by Christ to be more like Christ are generous.

     

    They want to give as much as possible to support the gospel and to provide for the poor.

     

    Christians should give generously — but giving is a result of their relationship with God, not a way to earn it.

     

    We are given grace through faith, not through tithing.

     

    The guideline for our giving to God and His work is found in 2 Corinthians 9:6-7:

     

    "Now this I say, he who sows sparingly shall also reap sparingly; and he who sows bountifully shall also reap bountifully.

     

    Let each one do just as he has purposed in his heart; not grudgingly or under compulsion; for God loves a cheerful giver."

  • BAPTISM

    Baptism is a cornerstone of our Christian faith.

     

    North Umpqua Bible Fellowship practices believer's baptism by immersion.

     

    We do not regard baptism as necessary for salvation, but instead see it this way:  As an outward sign of the inward change that has already taken place; as an act of obedience to our Lord and Savior; and as a public declaration of faith in Jesus.

     

    NUBF schedules a baptism celebration during the summer each year. If you missed this year's outing, we're always willing to perform baptisms  whenever the need arises.

     

    All believers are welcome.

     

    If you believe you have an immediate need to be baptized then please call the office at (541) 496-0764 and arrangements can be made.

  • NURSERY

    On Sunday, we have excellent care for our little ones.

     

    Our list of nursery helpers is impressive. There are nurses, family nurse practitioners, day care providers, as well as experienced mothers and grandmothers.

     

    They care for our precious little ones so parents can enjoy church services without worry or distraction.

     

    The children are checked in and checked out, provided with snacks and a variety of toys and comforted with loving arms.

     

    Every adult volunteer has been hand picked and we have also performed a background check just to make sure that parents can know their children are safe.

     

    NUBF WELLNESS POLICY

     

    For the health of all the children please do not bring to or leave your child in the nursery if in the last 24 hours they have had:

     

    A temperature of 101 degrees F or more.

    Vomiting or severe diarrhea.

    A non-clear discharge from the nose or eyes.

    Any rash or skin condition unless deemed non-contagious.

     

    Thank you.

  • CHILDREN'S DEDICATION

    We believe children are a gift from God.

     

    We do not baptize infants or children too young to make a decision for Christ.

     

    But we do have a simple dedication ceremony as part of the Sunday Service.

     

    Child dedication is a public commitment you make before God, your church, and your family.

     

    The  congregation joins the pastor in asking God to watch over, guide, and  protect your child as they grow up; and provides you, the parent(s), an opportunity to express publicly your desire to lead and spiritually nurture your child in cooperation with the Holy Spirit, so your child will develop a desire to love God and love others.