Pastor June welcomes everyone to Ebbert!

Ebbert United Methodist Church

532 C Street Springfield, OR 97477 541-746-3513

You are invited to worship and praise via zoom Sundays 10:00 am 

We continue to meet for worship via zoom.  We continue our meals via “take out”.  We have a new channel called “Feeding Body and Spirit.”


We currently do not hold worship in person to help protect everyone from the Coronavirus. If you would like a link to a video recording of our worship services or the zoom invite link contact Pastor June at 541-603-8706 or  Plans for Lent 2021 are below.

We recently had a ground breaking for our Elevator Project! Construction has begun. 

Our office is open for information and to visit the church: Monday- Friday 8-11:30.

Lent Stations 2021

Each station will be staffed on Wednesday from 1-2 pm.  (Except Ash Wed. which will be available until 6:00 pm) After that there will be a laminated prayer/ meditation available at the station site for you to  use. 

Feb. 17  – Ash Wednesday -Ashes station- Our need for forgiveness  – labyrinth walk, church lawn

Feb. 24    C Street Front Steps – Our need for reassurance- Psalm 25, Genesis 9: 8-17 , Rainbows

March  3    Outside Door to Basement- Our need for justice- Psalm 22: 24-26- Bread for the World letters

March 10-  Lawn of Community House-  Our need for cleansing-  Ps. 19, John 2: 13-22- remembering baptism

March 17-  Outside door to parking lot- Our need for healing- Numbers 21: 4-9; Psalm 107: 17-22, anointing of oil

March 24- Under the walnut tree by parking lot – Our need for transformation- John 12: 20-33- making seed crosses

March 31  Holy Week Walk- visit all the stations and a remembrance of Jesus last week.         

                                       Lenten classes:

Lent/ Easter Season Classes looking into the issue of Racism

  1. Trouble I’ve Seen

Pastor June will facilitate a book discussion group of the book Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church views Racism starting Tues. February 23 at 2:00 via zoom.  We are offering this in conjunction with  Rev. Jessie Conners and  our conference’s Commission on Religion and Race ( CORR).   It will run each week until April 20.   June will be ordering books from Cokesbury to be picked up at the church office.

    2. White Supremacy

Rev.  Jessie Conner from Frist UMC will be leading a Lenten Study looking at signs of white supremacy culture in the church and what we can do about them starting Sunday Feb. 21 running through Palm Sunday, March 28 at 2:00 pm ia zoom.  Pastor June will also be part of this class and it is also in conjunction with our conference’s Commission on Religion and Race ( CORR). These is no book for this class.

If you are interested in joining either or both groups the zoom links will be sent out the week before the classes begin to our church email list or you can contact Pastor June –  If you are interested in the topic but cannot make either class time, contact Pastor June for she knows of other zoom classes in conjunction with CORR.     




You can also join us for our  Community Meal each Wednesday at 5-6 p.m.   This meal is now a take out meal.

Click here to learn how they are feeding more than just the hunger of the stomach:

You can get involved on Wednesday Night:

          Eat a great meal

          Bring food to share

          Help serve or in the kitchen              


Our Meals Ministry Includes:

  • Mondays 8:30-10:30 Free Breakfast – take out

  • Tues and Thurs 8-11:15 am Sack lunches

  • Wed. 5-6 pm Community Meal- take out

  • Sat Hope House 3:00 take out

  • Sunday  10:30   cancelled for now

The mission of  Ebbert United Methodist Church is to invite people to become disciples of Jesus Christ through welcoming, worshiping, nurturing and sending.

If you’d like more information about us you can call 541-746-3513 or Pastor June at 541-603-8706 or email us at  We are glad you came by to see us today.

The church building has space available for non-profit groups for offices or meeting spaces.  Contact the church office at 541-746-3513 or email, if interested.         

Our Monday Breakfast and Sack Lunch programs are helped by  Food for Lane County.   This meals are open to all people.   In accordance with Federal law and U. S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race color, national origin, sex, age or disability.  To file a complaint of discrimination write USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.