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Minister: Bryan Johnston
Mike Lee
Timm Slater
Tracy Mueller

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Worship Schedule: Everyone Welcome

Bible Classes 9:30 AM Worship 10:30 AM Worship 6:00 PM

Bible Classes 7:00 PM

We have age-level classes for Cradle Roll, Youth, Jr/Sr. high school and Adults.

Also a Jr. Worship service for children up to 3rd grade.


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The North Bend, Oregon USA Church of Christ welcomes you to our website.

We're located at 2761 Broadway, North Bend OR.

Phone: 541-756-4844


 "A Christ-focused family, loving one another, committed to bringing

people to Jesus, equipping the Church for ministry, and developing it to maturity

in order to Glorify God."



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What Can You Expect When You Visit Us?

What Can You Expect When You Visit Us?

    As you enter our church building you will be welcomed by a warm smile and gentle touch. We welcome you as  friends and will host you as family. We will participate in songs, hymns, and spiritual songs. You are invited to lift your voice in praise and your heart in worship to God as we sing together. We will be led in prayers that express adoration to God, thanksgiving to God for God’s goodness, confession of our sinful and human nature, and requests for God to heal, forgive, and bless our lives. We will stand as we hear God’s holy word being read. God’s word is a lamp unto our feet and light unto our path.


We will hear a message preached from God’s intended to instruct us in the ways of God, transform our hearts and mind to be like Jesus, and to direct our lives towards love, justice, and mercy. You are invited to respond to the message and calling of Christ by sharing with other believers and the church your prayers, requests, confessions, and faith. We will share in the Lord’s Supper remembering Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. We will eat bread and drink grape juice as we remember Jesus’ body and blood given to save the world from sin and death. We participate in the gospel through baptism and celebrate our salvation in Christ as we partake in the communion meal.

We have opportunity to share our lives and love with God and each other as we gather together in this place each Sunday. We ask that you join us as we give our lives as living sacrifices of praise to God. Please join us as fellow disciples serving in love by partnering with this congregation as active members. We are excited to have you share your gifts of grace, love, and service to edify this body and
to advance the kingdom of God.

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    Every Wednesday night at 6 PM we welcome ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE to come to "Agape Night" (a word meaning "love") where we serve a free meal of some good food. Afterwards, we do some singing followed by a short devotional. Come and join us - stay and visit if you can. There are absolutely no strings attached -- EVERYBODY is welcome. Doesn't matter if your the member of any church, social group, old, young, rich and famous, or homeless. Come on over and feel at home. We're located at  2761 Broadway, North Bend OR. We start at 6 PM and end when we're done... probably around 7-ish :-) Don't miss it! We plan to keep this up for many weeks to come.

The Practice of Prayer - by Bryan Johnston

The Practice of Prayer - by Bryan Johnston

     I love the sound that a basketball makes when it swishes through a net, the sight of the rock passing perfectly through the orange rim, and the satisfaction of making a shot in the game of basketball. Hours and hours of practice are required in order to accomplish this task on a consistent basis. A beginner needs to learn the basic form and hand positions in order to accurately shoot a ball. This requires training your muscles to put to memory this proper form. Next the player must learn how to use ones entire body, feet, legs, arms, hands, and eyes, working in sync with each other to skillfully shoot the ball into the air with perfect backspin, arc, aim, force, and direction toward the goal. With practice, repetition, and coaching the skill is attained. The task becomes natural and the benefits are joyfully received.

    As disciples serving in love we have practices that give glory to God and benefit our faith in God. Our practices shape and inform our ability to serve God and others. We have the benefit of participating together through prayer, singing, sharing God’s word, eating together, and meeting each other’s needs. When we gather together as the body, we learn how to perform these tasks with the purposes of drawing our hearts toward God. Individually we are encouraged to make these practices a part of our daily rhythm of life.

    Today we will focus on the practice of prayer. Join us in prayer as we address God through faith, acknowledging God’s presence, confessing our sins confidently to the one who will forgive, thanking God as the creator and giver of all things, and asking God to act on our behalf and our loved ones. Allow our prayers to point your heart toward God. Make our prayers a model of how you practice coming before God each day. We hope our practice of prayer in worship will inform your daily practice of talking to God, and that your daily practice of calling out to God will inspire our times of corporate prayer each Lord’s day.

    Let us come to love the sound of heads bowing, hearts opening, and voices speaking to God. - Bryan Johnston - nbcoc@hotmail.com - churchofchristnb.com

Sung with Love - by Bryan Johnston

Sung with Love - by Bryan Johnston

The practice of singing praises to God has been a rich blessing in my life as a follower of Christ. The songs of the church have kept my heart filled with God. Singing as an act of worship has been a great tool for keeping my heart pointed toward Christ. The blending of voices in proclamation of our faith and the harmony of hearts worshiping as one body has profoundly informed by walk with the Lord.

     My choir teacher in high school would say she could tell which kids had been raised in the church because they came to her knowing how to read music and how to sing parts – soprano, alto, tenor, or bass. Participating in singing songs in church can help one learn how to sing with musical precision but it is not the quality of the sound of the music which makes singing worship. Singing becomes worship when the love of God flows from the heart of the believer to

God through the vessel of the voice. The gift of singing has its greatest impact to proclaim the praise of God when it is propelled by love. (Click READ MORE below for the rest of the story)

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