No matter where you are on your journey, all are welcome here.

The COR Children & Youth are doing a Warm and Dry Drive for Egan; we’re collecting a range of clothing and other items, including: coats, socks, boots, gloves, blankets, sleeping bags, and tents (teen and child sizes of clothing items are needed as well as adult sizes).

If you have items to donate, bring them by the church any time.  There is a bin next to the big red door.

For more information on what to bring and where to drop items off, see this flyer: Warm and Dry Drive flyer. You can also download and print the flyer to distribute if you’d like.


The Annual Giving Campaign–October 7-November 18–is in full swing. Kim Gill was last week’s voice from the congregation; join us this coming Sunday (10/21) for a Ministry Minute with the Choristers, whose angelic voices will resound with the song “Promised Land”!

More information about the Annual Giving Campaign can be found in the back of the church on the Sunflower table. As we continue toward the end of the church year, use this time to contemplate our mission and its place in your life: to invite all people to unity with God and each other as we pray and worship, proclaim the Gospel, and promote justice, peace, and love.


Little children, let us love, not in word or speech, but in truth and action.

1 John 3:18

Children and youth abound at Resurrection.

Over the past couple of months we have had an upwelling of the Holy Spirit here, manifesting in the form of dozens (yes, “s”) of children gathered around the altar each Sunday.

Sunday school is energetic and joyous as our children learn the Christian story, learn how to be prayerful people in relationship with God in Christ, and learn how to be moral human beings in a complicated world.

The real gift is that it is a coherent community of children, school children and home schoolers, with the remarkable ability to welcome others into their midst.

If you are looking for a positive, wholesome community dipping into a deep and ancient well with fresh, progressives minds and open and loving hearts, join us this Sunday.  Church school is at 10:15, Mass 10:30.

“And Jesus said to him, ‘Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests; but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head.’.” — Matthew 8:20

 Church of the Resurrection is thrilled to introduce Hospitality Village

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Paint the Fence


Three tiny House are here!  (And the fourth is coming)!  Come check out what we are doing.

See us on KVAL news!

Also, check out this article in the Register Guard!

Want to get involved?  Have money, time, construction supplies to donate?  Call 541.686.8462

We are grateful to the many donors that have made this project possible, included members and friends of the Church of the Resurrection, and our business supporters, including Cutting Edge Excavation, Beacon Electric, Bob Weir Tree Service and Arriving By Bike.  Thank you!

Worship Schedule

Saturday  5:30 p.m., Contemplative Mass  (Taize Chant, Incense)   more info
Sunday  8:00 a.m.,Rite I Holy Eucharist (contemplative, spoken liturgy)
                10:30 a.m., Rite II Choral Holy Eucharist   Church School @ 10:15
Tuesday   5:45 p.m., Contemplative Prayer
Wednesday  10:00 a.m., Rite II Holy Eucharist
Friday  8:30 a.m., Contemplative Prayer
                9:00 a.m.,  Morning Prayer

We have a beautiful labyrinth on our grounds and memorial pavilion with benches.  All are invited at any time to enjoy these prayerful places.

When Anglicanism is at its best, its liturgy, its poetry, its music and its life can create a world of wonder in which it is easy to fall in love with God.
–Urban Holmes

We are a member of the Community of Welcoming Congregations. Community of Welcoming Congregations

3925 Hilyard St., Eugene, OR  97405, (541) 686-8462