We are a non-denominational fellowship associating with all who are in the body of Christ.
We belive that the only true basis of Christian Fellowship is Agape love, which is greater that any differences we posses and without which we have no right to claim ourselves Christians (I Corinthians 13)
We believe the marks of a maturing church are FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE
We place high emphasis on the teaching of God's Word, that our FAITH might grow
We live in anticipation of the return of Jesus Christ, for He is our blessed HOPE
Finally, we desire the fullness of His Spirit in our lives, for the fruit of the Spirit is LOVE
ESTABLISHED JANUARY 11, 1997
It all started with a few faithful Christians
It all started with a few faithful Christians desiring to study the Word of God who began gathering in the home of one of the local residents. In a few months they rented a portion of the building known as "The Happy Camp Mall."
In August 1998, Pastor Kirk Eadie, his wife Robyn, and their two kids, Alex and Abigail, were called to this ministry. Kirk had previously been on staff at Applegate Christian Fellowship studying the Scriptures under the Pastoral leadership of Jon Courson.
The Lord has done a Gracious and Glorious work in the lives of our family, the congregation, and the community of Happy Camp. Currently, the fellowship has purchased property in town for the future site of the Fellowship.
The location at the corner of Hwy. 96 and Park Way, continues down Park Way a short distance. On the property is a small self-serve car wash and the lower portion of the property is surrounded by trees and shrubs, has a small shed, and a sloping embankment which may be used as an out-door amphitheater. We are seeking the Lord for the building design and funding.
We ask that you prayerfully consider financially supporting this project. We would also ask that you pray with us for the timing that we might not get ahead of the Lord in this endeavor.
Currently, we gather for fellowship at the Happy Camp Community Center at 38 Park Way every Sunday Morning at 10:30 a.m.
We thank the Lord for all who continue to lift up the fellowship, the community, and the work that the Lord is doing in our beautiful little town.