Worship and Church School

Starting Sept. 1, 2019:

11:00 AM Worship

10:00 AM Adult Education

Starting June 7, 2020:

10:00 AM Worship

Announcements


Womens' Fellowship Luncheons 2020

Thursdays: Jan 23, Feb 13 & 27, Mar 12 & 26, Apr 9 & 23, May 14, Sep 24, Oct 8 & 22, Nov 12, Dec 10

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February Adult Education
• Feb 16th – Mystery
• Feb 25th: “Waking Up and Finding Myself in the Story of Race, Chapter 20: “The Robin Hood Syndrome”

Ukulele Group - In February the Ukulele group will resume classes at 2:00 pm on Wednesday afternoons. Come join us! 



Sun Feb 16, 2019


Children for Change in Jan/Feb will go to “With Love, Oregon.” - to “help foster families change the lives of children ...” 


Our Location

31119 S Highway 170

Canby, OR 97013

Ph. 503-651-2131 

Welcome To Smyrna UCC

We're glad you are here!

2016 marked the 125th year of Smyrna United Church of Christ. In January of 1891, ground was broken to build a church midway between the settlements of Needy and Yoder, Oregon, in the heavily timbered rural land in the Willamette Valley. The first service in the roughed-in building was held in April 1891

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR

If you are looking for an established, progressive church that is welcoming, open and affirming to all, then you may just have found the place you have been looking for!  Smyrna United Church of Christ was founded over 125 years ago, and is located in a beautiful, peaceful part of the mid-Willamette Valley.  As part of the UCC, our congregation participates in a faith tradition that values spiritual development, life-long learning and critical inquiry, and the embrace of values that promote the well-being of body, mind, spirit, community, and creation.

If you are looking for a faith home in which to worship, pray, think, question, and do so with others who believe that “God is still speaking,” then come and join us!  

No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.


Rev. Dr. Deborah Patterson