Eugene Mennonite Church: This church has a small congregation made up of anabaptists and a variety of other faiths. To learn more about the beliefs of the Eugene Mennonite Church click here. They hold a weekly Sunday worship at 10am. For driving directions click here.
Eugene Friends Church:Friends church offers an evangelical quaker fellowship. On Sundays they host three worship services. Click here to see worship times. This church also provides a variety of programs targeted at different age groups.
The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints: This church is located off 18th Avenue, click here to view a map and address. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints is often referred to as mormon and LDS. To learn more about the LDS faith click here.
Living Hope Church: This is a free methodist church that offers a contemporary worship environment. To learn more about the various aspects of this church’s faith click here. Living Hope offers three different Sunday services. For a listing of Sunday services and times click here.
Valley Covenant Church: This church is an evangelical covenant church. For information about this church and its beliefs click here. Valley Covenant Church offers two Sunday worships and sunday school activities. For a list of times and location click here.
The Churchill area is plentiful with schools, all are in close proximity to each other, and all reach different age groups and needs. Three of the schools and the two special programs are all part of the Eugene 4J School District.
McCornack Elementary School is K-5 and focuses on creating a positive, nurturing environment that will give children the skills to live and learn in our global community. They have unique programs like unicycle club, Chinese club, taiko drumming class, gardening club, chess, ukulele class and technology club to give students a creative and diverse learning experience.
John F. Kennedy Middle School, Kennedy Middle School for short, hosts students from 6th-8th grade. They also prioritize a culturally rich learning environment as well as getting students involved in organizations and projects outside of the classroom, including the community garden just down the hill from the school.
Churchill High School is located at the bottom of the hill from Kennedy Middle School. CHS aims to build literacy rates and standardized testing scores among their students, as well as adequately prepare them for life after high school.
Two of Eugene 4J’s special programs are located in the Churchill area near the other schools. The Bailey Hill Instructional Center (BHIC) is a special educational program specifically designed for at-risk students. The Natives Program is a place for Native American youth to learn in a culturally rich environment, through traditional teachings and events.
The New Hope Christian College is a private, four-year Christian college located at the top of Bailey Hill, and the last on the list of Churchill education facilities.
Valley West Health Care Center offers extended-stay nursing care to seniors in the Eugene area. Valley West is located at 2300 Warren St. in the Churchill neighborhood of Eugene. The campus is adjacent to the Willamette River and offers outpatient rehabilitation for seniors. Valley West hosts unique games and activities for its residents: check out the recent Wii bowling competition that made local news.
Contact Valley West Health Care: (541)-686-2828
Bailey Hill Family Dental is located at 1995 Bailey Hill Rd. next to Koho Bistro and adjacent from the Churchill Sports Park. They offer everything from preventative care to veneers and cosmetic dentistry.
Contact info: (541)-344-4704
Churchill Estates Retirement Community offers independent living, assisted living, and residential care for seniors in the Churchill community. The facility is located at 1919 Bailey Hill Rd. across from Churchill High School. For more information, send an email through their website or contact them at (541)-485-8320.
Recreation (Nicole Daniel):
These soccer fields are located next to the Churchill Community Garden and the Churchill High School and middle school. They are great for weekend fun with the family or club soccer games. For a complete list of fields in the Churchill neighborhood, visit this site.
Because of the large number of schools in the Churchill neighborhood, there are many baseball fields to choose from. This field in the picture to the left is located next to the Churchill Community Garden. Follow this link to find a field near you!
Come enjoy a fun game of basketball with your friends in the Churchill neighborhood! Many are located on school grounds and can be accessed after school hours or on the weekend. Pickup games are a great way to meet new people in the neighborhood or to get together with friends. Follow this link to find a basketball court near you!
Miscellaneous (Nicole Daniel):
Equipped with “safety zones” similar to the blue lights that can be found around the University of Oregon campus, the Bailey Hill Station is a crucial part of the Churchill neighborhood. Click here for a map.
Willow Creek Natural Area is an important part of the Churchill neighborhood. Comprised of 508 acres, the area is home to roughly 200 native plants, 100 birds, and 25 butterfly species. Click here for a map.
Help keep the Churchill neighborhood clean by using the Rexius Yard Debris Recycling Center. For a small fee, they will pickup, handle, process, store and take any unwanted debris off your hands to help reduce the landfills. Click here for a map.
Unfortunately, the Churchill neighborhood is known for its history of gang violence. Citizens can learn to protect themselves at the Best Martial Arts Institute. The office is located along Bailey Hill Road. Click here for directions to the office or visit this site for directions to the studio and more information.