Being part of a community means serving in areas of need. CG Bible seeks to be involved in our community by participating in various events throughout the year.
In Oregon, children may be released from school for a short time for religious instruction. For many years, CG Bible has had volunteers for these classes. Currently classes are being held at Harrison Elementary School on Wednesday mornings; volunteers are welcome to help with several needs.
Each year, the Missions Commission plans to staff a booth at Bohemia Mining Days, held the third weekend in July. Volunteers help children with a craft and share the gospel with them.
The Western Oregon Exposition Family Heritage Fair is held at the WOE fairgrounds in August. For over 15 years, CG Bible has volunteered to provide the materials and staff for an Awana Grand Prix, an event where children design and build small wooden cars to race on an indoor track. We provide free materials for each child (ages 5-14) to make their own car and to be entered in Sunday afternoon’s race. Winners of the race receive trophies.
2000 North Douglas Street, Cottage Grove, OR 97424
When the new Harrison elementary school was built, CG Bible took the opportunity to “adopt” the school. Several volunteers help at the school daily or weekly: reading to children or being crosswalk guards in the mornings before school. If you would like to participate, please contact Pastor Bob. A background check is required.
1000 East Taylor Avenue, Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Visitors are welcome at Coast Fork; be sure to call ahead for pandemic requirements. The Sunday afternoon services were discontinued; however, residents are welcome to log on to http://cgbible.org for our Sunday morning service.
515 Grant, Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Donations of clothing, food, and other needs are collected throughout the year and delivered to the Eugene Mission to use in their ministry to the homeless. Items may be brought to the church and placed in our Mission Box located in the foyer.
1542 West 1st Avenue, Eugene, OR 97402