Our Worship Schedule

    June through July 5th, 2015:
        11:00 AM - Worship
      July 5th service is at Camp Adams with (potluck to follow)
   July 12, 2015 through August:
        10:00 AM - Worship

Please join us for Salad and Environmental Ministry discussions on Wednesdays July 1, 8, 15 and 22 at 6:00 pm

Do you need help hearing the service? We have sound enhancers which can be reserved for your use each Sunday – you will not need to share it with anyone else – just let an usher know you would like to try one out.

This week's Bulletin

(Prior Week's Bulletin) 

Current Behold! Newsletter

Spring 2014 Cemetery Newsletter

Winter Worship at 11:00 a.m. begins September 6, 2015



Memory Café returns Thursday September 3rd at noon – Please RSVP to Pastor Deb by Tuesday, September 2nd. We will have a program about Go4Life, developed by the Na-tional Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health

Mark your calendar:

Sun Aug 30: We will have a special reception to thank Amber Enfield for her work with the Youth these past four years as the Youth Director. We are grateful to her for all her work with the youth!

Fri Sep 4: "Drive the Hunger Away" golf tournament at Arrowhead Golf Club in Mulino.  Click here for details

Click here for the application for the golf tournament.  Print and mail in with your check.

Sun Sep 6: We resume our 11 am worship with special guest, Pianist John Nilsen.

Find us on the map: South of Canby and between Molalla and Woodburn. Click on this map to see us on Google Maps.

Press Release!

Peacebuilders Camp is a multicultural day camp with the mission to provide a fun, educational environment in which children can learn messages and practices of nonviolence and peacemaking.  Our theme this year is "Peace Jam," and we will have wonderful music, dancing, and art that contributes to peacebuilding. 

Peacebuilders Camp was held June 22-26, 2015.  We gatheedr at 9:00 a.m. each morning and finished by 12:30 pm.  On the last afternoon, Friday the 26th, families of the children attended and were invited to join us for a closing ceremony at 12 noon.

Click here to read the entire press release.

Frozen Assets Program

Frozen Assets is a program of Smyrna United Church of Christ supported through the generous contributions of members and friends of the congregation. You are welcome to help support the program financially or through in-kind gifts (food, containers, grocery bags, etc.), but financial support is not required to participate in this ministry.

Fill out the registration form (PDF).  This will help us to plan for all the special dietary needs of those participating in the program. Frozen entrees will be prepared twice a month and delivered to you at your convenience.

Please return the completed application to Angela Stierle, Program Coordinator, or Pastor Deborah Patterson.


We love books, and we love people!

There are books in almost every room of our church, Smyrna United Church of Christ, and we want to foster the love of reading for all. In a time when education is under fire elsewhere in the world, we want to stand up for access to reading for all.

We have a new "Free Little Library" (part of a growing movement) - learn more at www.littlefreelibrary.org. We have been assigned a charter number by their organization and will be included on their map in the next few weeks.

Our beautiful library was made by long-time member David Schriever (pictured here) from salvaged materials and contains novels and non-fiction. Come check it out! Take a book and bring a book that you have loved, to share....

We are a 123-year old church, located across the road from the Willamette Egg Farm on the Canby-Marquam Highway (31119 S. Highway 170), about 7 miles south of Canby, and our community is open to all!


Smyrna United Church of Christ is striving to be:

  • A place of peace where we teach the word of God and the story of God's love.
  • A spiritual haven where we accept and care for all humanity in an outreach of grace.
  • A lighthouse of God's light, where worship, teaching, learning and spiritual growth take place in community powered by thought and action
  • A Christian people, working for God's realm in ecumenical harmony with other people of faith and conviction.
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