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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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  • 12:40-13:15 Hospitality Ministry Meeting
    Just a reminder, there will be a Hospitality Ministry meeting Sunday after the morning worship service. If you're part of that ministry or would like to be, stay for the meeting. Times shown are approximate.



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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Keeping young minds busy

Keeping young minds busy

Children families, and students to our worship: We have available some helpful resources in the foyer to help your family participate well in our assembly. For example: -Re-useable Activity Packets-use and return to the basket at the end of services.-"My Worship Notes" - Especially for our students 3-12th grade,write notes, comments, and draw pictures of the sermon and show to Bryan at the end of service for a prize.

Come and Get Me! - by Bryan Johnston

Come and Get Me! - by Bryan Johnston

“Come and get me” is a common cry of the start of many childhood games. Kids love being sought after and caught up in arms of love and affection. The game of tag beckons the one who is “it,” to transfer  acknowledgement and the receiving of another. My favorite is hide-andgo-seek, which involves a desperate seeker to find the one who is hidden. I love to hide. I have become very good at hiding away so well that many a seeker has given up and stopped seeking after me.


When I was a teenager some friends and I played a game in the evening when it was dark. I hid so well under a bush that no one ever found me. I was so quiet and restful that I remember falling asleep, only to wake up to find that everyone had given up on me and stopped searching. Everything was quiet, everyone had gone to bed, and it was a sad reality to have been forgotten. When I play with my children and begin to hear their frustration from their failure in finding me, I let out a whistle that says, “come and get me.” I do not like to remain hidden nor forgotten. I want to be found. After several whistles, and the luring in of their attention, they find me.

God works to draw all people to himself through his son. When seekers look to him and believe by eating of the bread of life, Jesus grabs a hold and will never let them go. Jesus never drives believers away and will never lose them. (Jn. 6:37-39) As the bread of life Jesus is saying, “Come and get me.”
Do you have Jesus? If not, then come and get Him. When you get Him, He gets you. When you seek you will find Him. And when you look to the Son and believe you will have eternal life. (Jn. 6:40)

Bryan Johnston

new (old) Sermon by Norm found!

new (old) Sermon by Norm found!

Every clean up your house and find an unopened present from the past? We did! A sermon by Norm Russell from 10 years ago with a wonderful message about the costs and rewards of discipleship, and insights into the life of Jesus as well.  I encourage you to go listen to it - it is very good. Never before published here, it had been recorded on a tape and was found while tidying up, and its message is spot-on for what is happening in today's world as well. Look for it in the downloads section as "2007-06-10 - Norm Russell - "Called to be Disciples." It's near the top of the list.

Community Gospel Experience - by Bryan Johnston


We were created for community. God lives in community as God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. In the beginning when God created man the Genesis account says, “Let us make man in our image, in our likeness” (Ge. 1:26). God created from a place of unified
ourness, for man to live in community with others. In the Genesis 2, the Lord says, “It is not good for man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him. Then the Lord God made a woman” (Ge. 2:18, 22). God’s story continues through the context of a family and a community of people until coming of Jesus the Christ. “The word became flesh and made his dwelling among us” (Jn. 1:14). The gospel is displayed through the death, burial, and resurrection of the Lord and the Holy Spirit comes to dwell inside and in community with all believers, the church.



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