Guitar Music, Hanging of the Greens Sunday

A stark, undecorated sanctuary will be transformed during Condon United Church of Christ’s annual Hanging of the Greens service. Through a liturgy of scripture, special readings, and Advent & Christmas hymns led by guitarist Dan Robinson the sanctuary will emerge decked in the colors of the season. Join us at 10:30 a.m. and bring a friend.




Prepare your spirit.

advent-2016-flyer-page-1November 27, 2016
First Sunday of Advent – Hope
Daniel 6:6-27
Daniel remains true to God in the face of restrictive laws.

December 4, 2016 Hanging of the Greens Service
Second Sunday of Advent – Peace, Special Music by Dan Robinson
Joel 2:12-13, 28-29
God calls people back, promising dreams and visions.

December 11, 2016
Third Sunday of Advent – Joy
Isaiah 61:1-11
Isaiah rejoices when the spirit of God descends upon him.

December 18, 2016
Fourth Sunday of Advent – Love
Luke 1:26-45
Elizabeth’s baby leaps in her womb. She is filled with the Holy Spirit.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Longest Night Service, 6:00 p.m.
We gather in a contemplative service to recognize that we often feels sadness at this time of year.

Saturday, December 24, 2016
Christmas Eve, 7:00 p.m.
Luke 2:1-20
The shepherds journey to see the Christ child.

No services on Sunday, December 25, 2016.

Christmas on a Bootstrap

10 Ft Cowboy Boot Party String Lights Set

Got a Need for Shopping Therapy?

Come Saturday, Nov. 19 to the Fellowship Hall of the Condon UCC between 10 and 2 p.m. All profits will be given to the Condon UCC.

Got a Hankerin’ for Tamales?

Come for an authentic Mexican Tamale Meal on Saturday, Nov. 19.

Got Gently-Used Things You Don’t Need?

Please drop your donations off at the church on Thursday, Nov. 17.

Got Time and Energy to Help?

Please volunteer time to help set-up on Friday, Nov. 18 at 9 a.m.

Got Questions?

Call Deena Davis at 541-384-2423.

Think & Thank: All Saints Day


On All Saints Day, it is customary to recall those saints of the church who came before us. For me, All Saints Day is an opportunity to reflect upon the many people who have positively contributed to my faith journey. I encourage you to think about the saints in your own life and thank God for their presence.

On this All Saints Day, I am remembering Norm Ellington. Norm changed the trajectory of my faith and spiritual journey. Click here to read an excerpt from a paper I wrote about him for a seminary class seven years ago.

Who are your saints? How did they contribute to who you are?