Springfield Lutheran Church, ELCA, is a vibrant faith community located across the street from McKenzie-Willamette Hospital in Springfield, Oregon. Check out our calendar in the monthly newsletter and see what’s happening...there’s something every single day!
70 Years of History…yes, that’s correct. As of July 7, 2016, Springfield Lutheran has been a member of the Springfield community for 70 fantastic years. Throughout this coming autumn we will be highlighting various elements of our history in the newsletters. We’ve got people looking at old photos and putting names to faces and events. We’ve been digging around the archives and found old hymnals which became an article for the August newsletter. We looked in the Giant Book of Facts (aka the Church Records book) and seen how many pastors we had and listed them in a spring newsletter. All in all, we’re having a good time seeing how active our congregation has been over the years.
Our Welcome Statement: We are all One as the Body of Christ. Our shared identity: as the baptized children of God. Our common Orientation: to the Cross of Christ. We welcome all regardless of income, ethnicity, sexual orientation/gender identity, age, marital status, political affiliation, mental or physical challenges. We confess His Real Presence at His Supper, open to all who hunger and thirst: Jesus is Host and we are all His Guests. And we are sent with such Grace-full Good News into the world. Call the church office at 541-746-2403 if you have any questions.