Where is Trail Christian Fellowship located?
The church is in the mailing district of Eagle Point, Oregon -- located on Highway 62 (the Crater Lake highway) between the towns of Eagle Point and Shady Cove just 18 miles north of Medford. Our address is 18881 Hwy 62, Eagle Point, Oregon, 97524. If you are northbound on Hwy 62 from Medford, our left turn lane is a short ways beyond the 17 mile marker.
What time are your services?
We currently have one service on Sunday mornings at 10 am. Additionally, we hold our mid-week service on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm. Each service has full children’s and youth ministries available.
Is Trail Christian Fellowship a part of a denomination?
TCF is not part of a denomination. We have nothing against denominations, but we feel we are better able to serve our fellowship than a denominational board could. As a non-denominational church, Trail Christian Fellowship is evangelical in spirit and conservative in theology. Though independent of any church affiliations, we seek to emphasize the unity and fellowship of all believers within the Body of Christ, denominational or otherwise.
What’s the atmosphere like at TCF?
TCF is a very casual atmosphere. We’re more concerned about connecting with you, than about what you’re wearing. Come as you are; feel welcomed. If you’d like an inside look into what a Sunday morning “feels” like at TCF, you can watch the teaching portion of a service at truthcasting.
What’s the worship like?
Our worship is delivered from diverse worship groups ranging from contemporary Christian praise to country and bluegrass to standard hymns.
How do I know which Sunday School class my child should be in?
Children are divided by age and/or school year so they are in groups they can be comfortable with. You can call the church office (541.878.3501) to learn more about classroom locations ahead of time, or when you come you'll find greeters and a welcome center to help you find your way when you arrive. TCF also offers a strong AWANA program during the school year. Contact the Children’s Ministry for further information. Debbie or Robert.
Is TCF active in the community?
TCF is very active in our community and communities all around the world. Locally, TCF supports Youth for Christ, the Rogue Valley Pregnancy Resource Center, Grace Christian Schools, Medford Gospel Mission, Wilderness Trails, the Women’s Shelter, ministries into youth and adult corrections facilities, local nursing homes and we recently finished a Habitat for Humanity house. We also contributed a great deal of time and energy to The Landing Community Center in Butte Falls, while at the same time starting a Sunday evening Bible study in Butte Falls. Globally, TCF is active in missions in places such as the Navajo reservation, Mexico, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Africa, Asia and much of the middle East.
What kind of education do the TCF Pastors have?
The majority of our pastors hold degrees, while at the same time continuing their education at seminaries and universities across the Western U.S. The pastoral staff is very committed to education, their's and the congregation's. While education is in no way a requirement for salvation or saving faith, it does have the ability to deepen our understanding, strengthen our faith and equip us in the task of defending what we believe.