CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER



Welcome to Christian Life Center! 


A Place to Belong...


REGULAR WORSHIP SCHEDULE

Sunday Morning Worship        10:45 A.M.

Sunday School Classes for all ages         9:30 A.M.

Children's Church (through 6th grade)           11:30 A.M.

We are located in beautiful Elgin, Oregon, 20 miles north of La Grande on highway 82. We hope you find the information on this website helpful and that you will be able to visit us personally in the near future. Our facilities are located on the corner of 14th Avenue and Alder Street in Elgin. Need directions? Click here or use 1391 Alder St. in Elgin, Oregon for a map search.

If you would like to contact us, please email us at elginclc@frontier.com or call us at 541-437-2173. Our mailing address is PO Box 8, Elgin, OR 97827.

Feel free to check out any of the links or menu items on this site that are helpful or of interest to you. Our prayer for you is that you will come to know God's amazing love at ever-increasing levels. We hope you will become part of the family where it is safe to be you, and where there is always room for one more.

Pastor Mark Opperman

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