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Aglow Community Lighthouse

The congregation meets for a special monthly meeting. The next meeting is Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. to noon. It will feature Marty Lawrence, who will share about her recent prayer trip with the NW Region team to Washington, D.C. Following the meeting, people can stay and enjoy lunch, drinks and conversation. Distancing will be observed. Masks and hand sanitizer are available. Location is 4022 Delaware Ave. Call 541-591-0866 for information.

Bahai’s of Klamath Falls

The Bahai’s of Klamath Falls cordially invite you to join us in our online events Mondays at 4 p.m. Join us for a devotional gathering. We pray for unity and healing for our planet and invite you to bring your own prayers or offerings if you would like. Wednesdays at 4 p.m. we engage in a “Meaningful Conversations” group. This week’s topic is “Manifesting a world without prejudice.”

Chiloquin Christian Center

This Sunday, Chiloquin Christian Center Pastor Rich Peterson will be talking about how God calls us to pray for our nation and its leadership. Services are at 9:30 a.m. for fellowship and 10 a.m. for our main service. If you can’t make it out, we are live streaming our services on our Facebook page. We will be wearing masks to enter the sanctuary and maintaining six foot social distancing for live worship. Our church is located at 301 S. Chiloquin Blvd. in Chiloquin.

Christ Lutheran Church

9:30 a.m. worship. Pastor Glenn Smith will preach on Philippians 1:18-27: “A Life Full of Purpose in Christ.”Weekly sermons and radio messages are posted at (127 N. Spring St.)

Christian Science Church

”Unreality” is the subject of this week’s sermon to be heard at Sunday’s 10:30 a.m. service in the Christian Science church at 806 Oak Ave. “Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord.” Sunday School and child care are available at the same time.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

On 12 March, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced the temporary worldwide suspension of all public Church worship meetings, activities and other gatherings. This policy will remain in effect until further guidance is received. We are encouraged to continue ministering to one another and following the Savior’s example to bless and lift others.

Church of the Nazarene

For the time being please check for our livestream schedule.

Combine Church

Combine Church hosts Saturday Night Alive in Chiloquin on Saturdays at 6 p.m. – a simple, friendly and accepting celebration service counting everyone as valuable, led by Pastors Randy and Missy Hadwick. 35601 S. Chiloquin Rd.

Evergreen Baptist Fellowship

Our message for Sunday Oct. 4 will be “Revelation 1:1-8 A Kingdom of Priests.” Worship Begins at 10:45 a.m. with Bible Study at 9:45 a.m.

First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church invites you to please join us either at this Sunday morning for a live virtual service beginning at 10 a.m. On our home page you will find a “Livestreaming” button which is linked to our YouTube page. Or you can join us live at 601 Pine St. If you join us at FPC please wear your face covering into the service and maintain proper social distancing. This week Pastor Richard will be continuing a series on the Gospel of John with the topic being “Judgement Day.” Our reading is from John 5:24-30.

First United Methodist Church

We plan to have limited in-person, outdoor worship beginning October 4. Social distancing protocols will be observed; all attending will be required to wear a mask unless they have a medical condition that prohibits it. We will also continue with our online worship services. Pastor James Matichuk will be preaching on Matthew 21:33-46. Please visit our website,, our Facebook page or our YouTube channel to connect.

For His Glory Ministries

‘For His Glory Ministries’ is a new church which has been established in Klamath Falls. We are a legal, domestic, nonprofit church, registered as such through the federal government and the state of Oregon. We announced our opening early last spring, but our scheduled services were soon interrupted by the governor’s lockdown. Now we are faced with the need to remind people of the Klamath Basin that we are available via Zoom, and have re-opened for regular and auxiliary services.

Hope Lutheran Church

Hope’s worship services continue both on-line and in church. First service, our Heritage service, is at 8:30 a.m. and the second service, Contemporary service, is at 11 a.m. Both services will be presided over by Pastor Lou Schneider and will be based on the book of Matthew, chapter 21. Both services will offer Holy Communion. We ask that you follow all health guidelines, wear masks and socially distance whenever inside the sanctuary. On Monday there will be a confirmation class held over ZOOM at 4:30 p.m. and youth group meetings are continuing on Wednesdays, also over ZOOM, at 6:30 p.m. Sunday School class is held over ZOOM. This is recorded so you can attend at your convenience. You should pick up S. S. packets at the church near the beginning of each month. May you feel God’s love and hope as you count your blessings this week!

Klamath Lutheran Church

Klamath Lutheran Church sends out a weekly home worship service by mail and internet. There is also a zoom worship service on Sunday’s at 10 a.m. For more information please call the church office at 541-884-3452.

Klamath Falls Friends Church

Join us this Sunday at 10 a.m. Our worship service will be held in the church parking lot. There is also a Zoom option. Email if you would like the Zoom link.

Klamath Falls Reformed Fellowship

God is seeking people to worship him in a Biblically-prescribed manner (what we call the “Regulative Principal”). The Bible is full of scripture directing how to and how not to worship. True worship is not about the music, programs or the social environment. (John 4:23-24) Those things can be a part of a productive fellowship within the constraints of biblical teaching. There are two choices, worship in a manner that is taught in the Bible or in a manner that is not directly prohibited which can lead wherever. Our church is reformed in the purest sense of the term founded in the “reformation” of the 16th Century when the church returned to true biblical worship as put forth by the founding apostles under Christ. Our worship is Christ-centered and reverent. You can learn more by reading the Westminster Catechism or better yet join us this Sunday at 10:15 a.m. at 2901 S. Sixth St. across the street from Ross Dress for Less. Enter from the Sixth St. side of the building. Also, go to our website at

Life Chain

A gathering will be held for one hour of prayer for an end to abortion for pro-life Americans on Sunday, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m. on South Sixth Street in the Natural grocers Parking Lot.

Mt. Laki Community Presbyterian Church

Steve Mark will deliver a message entitled “Wicked Tenants and the Low Road of Allegory” at the 10 a.m. service at 12570 Hwy 39 on Sunday morning. We will be observing World Wide Communion Day at the service. Charles Charles will be furnishing the music. We practice social distancing.

Peace Memorial Evangelical Presbyterian Church

Pastor Aaron Beaty will continue his series on Paul’s letter to the Romans this Sunday. This week’s sermon is “Universal Sinfulness” from Romans 2:12-3:20. The adult study group meets at 9 a.m. to continue its study of “From Jacob to the Wilderness.” Worship services begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by a time of fellowship. Recommended safety measures will be in place. Access to sermons, devotionals and other aids can be made through the Peace Memorial Facebook page or by going directly to the church website, The church Fall Workday will be Saturday, starting at 9 a.m.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Sacred Heart will be hosting a Eucharistic Mission by Catholic Answers. Catholic Apologist, Karlo Broussard, will be leading this mission from October 22-24 at 6 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Each day will include an hour long talk on various aspects of the Eucharist. Visit for more information and to sign up for this mission.

St. Mark’s Anglican Church

St. Mark’s Anglican Church, 1211 Main Street, will hold a Holy Communion Service at 10 a.m. Bishop David Fleming is the celebrant and will deliver a sermon titled, “Inviting Jesus to Dinner.” Masks are available.

Seventh Day Adventist Church

The Seventh-day Adventist Church welcomes you for services this week. Sabbath, Oct. 3, our worship service at 11 a.m. will be presented by our Head Elder, Fabio Rivera, titled “An End Time Truth.” Adult Sabbath School will be held in the Fellowship Hall at 10 a.m. Meals will be available and Community Service will be distributing personal care products and cleaning supplies at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. Wednesday evening worship lead by Elder David and Patty Moore will be a study of the book “Christ’s Object Lessons” at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We continue to follow distance guidelines and all safety recommendations. Face coverings are required for all meetings. Anyone wishing to enjoy our church service via internet can find it at the church website,

United Evangelical Free Church

“Who’s In Charge” from I Peter 2:13-25. Pastor Troy Rife speaking. We have on-site worship services at 9 a.m. for those at high risk and at 11 a.m. for all others. Masks are required and special seating guidelines must be followed.Childcare: Children ages 5 through fifth grade may attend a program at 11 a.m. offered outside at the grassy area near the handicap parking spaces. Masks are required.

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Sunday services at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will not be meeting in person due to the C-19 pandemic. Instead, our worship service will be posted online. Visit to access the service, or visit our facebook page.