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    Churches in Port Orford


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    Business Listing   Christian Center - Port Orford, OR - Phone: (541) 332-2561


    Business Listing   Community Church First - Port Orford, OR - Phone: (541) 332-3664


    Business Listing   Port Orford Ocean Resorces Group - Port Orford, OR - Phone: (541) 332-0627


    Business Listing   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Coos Bay Oregon Stake- Port Orford Br - Port Orford, OR - Phone: (541) 332-5501


    Business Listing   Zion Lutheran Church - Port Orford, OR - Phone: (541) 332-3581


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    Helpful Definition for: Churches


    A church in Port Orford is a building or structure whose primary purpose is to facilitate Christian worship and meetings. It is a religious body made up of the Christian congregation, members and clergy. The worship service may be a blend of traditional and contemporary service. They are non-denominational, evangelical churches, embracing a charismatic style of worship, with the purpose to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world using every medium of communication capable to man. They believe the Bible to be the inerrant word of God, which is the final authority of faith and practice to genuine Christians.

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