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Hillsboro HOFCC Meeting Place

Chinese Evangelical Church – 5529 NE Century Blvd. Hillsboro, Oregon, 97124

Service Times

Sunday Service: 4:00 – 6:00 pm

Mailing Address

7325 NE Imbrie Dr, #256 Hillsboro, Oregon, 97124

Staff

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Dave Poling

Elder

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John Pontier

Elder

503.809.9090

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Brian Appelgate

Deacon

503.572.1840

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Josiah Poling

Deacon

503.465.4195

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About the Church

HOFCC was planted initially in August of 1998 in the home of Gregg Harris, an internationally recognized author and advocate of Christian home schooling and family restoration.

The new local church has been an attempt to institute several reforms of structure and doctrinal emphasis. From the very beginning, HOFCC has been age-integrated as a matter of principle. We choose to equip parents to train and include their own children in our church services rather than relieve them of their responsibilities by means of age-segregated youth programs. We do not offer a Sunday School, Youth Group or Children’s Church service. Instead, we maintain a family inclusive and family uniting culture that draws everyone of all ages into worship, Bible study and partnership in advancing the Gospel together. If we hope to see families serving God together as a team, they must be equipped together as a team. That is what a Christian family household is, a team of believers living and serving God together.

The results of our efforts have been very encouraging. When families are willing to endure the transition back to a simpler and more Biblical way of gathering, they see a dramatic improvement in their children’s love for God and His church. Men are drawn back into their Biblical roles as leaders of their own households and wives are restored to their Biblical roles as the helpers and companions of their own husbands. Sound doctrine is restored to its place as the treasure of the entire family and church planting missions become the natural result of healthy spiritual and numerical growth.