Gleneden Beach Christian Church grew out of a small group of Christians who met for some time in the Gleneden Community Hall. Feeling a need for a building of their own, in February 1951, they purchased the present building. Originally the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Cary, who founded Gleneden Beach, it was built from lumber salvaged from a shipwreck in Boiler Bay. The building was enlarged and remodeled and has served well through the years. The mortgage was burned on September 2, 1962 and the church remains debt free. A sanctuary was begun in 1992 and was completed in 1993.
Gleneden Beach Christian Church is an independent, non-denominational, bible believing, Christ centered church. We observe the Lord's Supper each week and baptize by immersion.
As members of the body of Christ we believe faith, hope, and love, expressed through our worship of God, Christian living, and serving one another are the only answer to the problems and needs of the world today.
You are invited to share with us as we humbly seek to follow Jesus, that the kingdom of God may come and His will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Our church building was lost in an arson fire September 15, 2019. The cross and the bell however, were miraculously saved
"The congregation at the Gleneden Beach Christian Church is putting their collective shoulders together to re-build their original church that succumbed to fire last September - all but destroyed by an arsonist." Daily News - Faith in God, Faith in community...
We hold temporary office space in the Salishan Market Place located at 7755 North Highway 101 Ste D2 in Gleneden Beach. Our services are held at the Gleneden Community Club, 110 Azalea St. in Gleneden Beach. Bible Study begins at 9:45 and worship begins at 10:30am. We are presently in the process of rebuilding and hope to move into our new house of worship soon.