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Frequently Asked Questions

What time are services?

Our main gathering is Sunday at 10 a.m. Service includes around 30-minutes of praise followed by a 60-minute exposition-style study in God’s Word. We also offer a study Wednesdays at 6:30pm, which is either through-the-Bible or a topical series. Both services offer child care and youth ministries. You can find a detailed list of additional gatherings HERE.

Where is Trail Christian Fellowship located?

TCF is located on Crater Lake Highway (Hwy 62) 17 miles north of Medford between Eagle Point and Shady Cove. Our address is 18881 Hwy 62, Eagle Point, Oregon, 97524. Northbound from Medford, TCF’s left turn lane is just beyond the 17 mile marker. VIEW ON MAP

Is Trail Christian Fellowship part of a denomination?

TCF is not part of a denomination. 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 casual atmosphere where all are invited and welcomed to “come as you are”. We’re more concerned about connecting with you than what you’re wearing. 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?

TCF’s worship music style is contemporary, including both modern and traditional choruses and hymns in a range of styles that reflect the diverse nature of our congregation . The purpose of corporate worship is to facilitate the body of Christ singing together in unity, in spirit, and in truth.

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 where they will feel comfortable. TCF also offers an AWANA program during the school year, as well as the youth clubs American Heritage Girls and Trail Life USA . For questions about the TCF Children’s Ministry, call 541.878.3501 or email debbie@trail.org.

Is TCF active in the community?

TCF is very active in our local AND global communities. Locally, TCF supports Youth for Christ, the Rogue Valley Pregnancy Resource Center, Grace Christian Schools, Medford Gospel Mission, Wilderness Trails, the Women’s Shelter, youth and adult corrections facilities, local nursing homes, Pacific Bible College, as well as the various ways individuals are involved at a local level. Globally, TCF has an active role in places such as Mexico, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Africa, Asia, Indonesia and areas of the middle East. For more information email outreach.

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 committed to congregational education and teaching the Bible with clarity and accuracy. The goal of our pastoral team is to deepen our understanding of God’s word, strengthen our faith, and equip us in the task of defending what we believe.

Exploring the website

All are invited to take advantage of the broad collection of resources available at trail.org.
Feel free to explore the tabs across the top of the page
ABOUT: Learn about Trail Christian Fellowship, our history, our beliefs, and our leadership and elders
THINK: The gateway to our teaching resources, including audio sermons covering the entire bible, as well as articles, essays, and position papers by pastors and TCF leadership
CONNECT: Features the TCF events calendar, weekly newsletter, Willingheart Radio, Celebrate Recovery, and ways to connect with TCF for prayer and pastoral support
FAMILY: Information about various ministries created by, and dedicated to, TCF’s own church body
COMMIT: Deepen your discipleship through baptism, volunteering, outreach opportunities, and financial support
There is always something happening at TCF! Check out the weekly TCFinTouch newsletter for coming events, studies, and activities.