We warmly welcome you to Emerald Bible Fellowship! EBF is all about Jesus and we are being moved together in the lifelong process of knowing Him, really knowing Him. We are people that have found that He brings hope for the helpless (us), joy to the fearful (us again), rest for the weary (yep), freedom for the bound (you get it), and forgiveness to the broken-hearted sinner (definitely us). If you would like to know more about EBF and the God whom we adore, then please look around the site and come visit us personally at any time!
The Gospel of Luke: Jesus is Hope for the Outcast
"Jesus Has All Authority"
Special classes, events, and activities for all ages help us more fully realize our mission and participate in our community.
December 8 Giving Tree begins (details here)
December 8 Pizza Lunch
December 8 Women's Christmas Party (details here)
December 12 Middle School Christmas Party (details here)
December 15 High School Christmas Party (details here)
December 17 Giving Tree gifts are due at the church
December 24 Christmas Eve Service
December 25 Christmas Day
What does worship look like at EBF?
We get together weekly to worship and celebrate together as God’s family through music, study of God’s Word, and by loving each other. We seek to provide an environment that is comfortable and inviting and to blend modern expressions of worship with older, established forms in a way that brings generations together. And we seek participation rather than presenting a sort of “spectator” worship that is done by the “professionals”....>> Read more
Fellowship groups for men, women, and youth
"Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds." Our Women's Ministry has many opportunities for participation in mentoring, daytime and evening Bible studies, special women's fellowship events, spring retreat, Mom's R&R, and other and outreach opportunities...>> Read more
EBF is committed to the "ministry of the saints," where every believer is equipped by God to minister to others according to his or her gifts. From home fellowship groups to prayer chains to hospital visits and other holding-hands programs, we consider ourselves servants for Jesus' sake...>> Read more
Sunday Morning Worship Service
1855 Cal Young Rd.
Eugene, OR 97401
"For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. "
—2 Corinthians 5:21