1st Presbyterian Church of Ashland
Welcoming and Affirming. We affirm that there can be no exclusiveness within the body of Christ. In 2009, the Session of our church adopted the following welcoming and affirming statement to invite all to participate fully in the life of this faith community: We believe that each individual is of sacred worth. We pledge ourselves to engage in the sacred hospitality and responsibility Christ taught us . . .
Archangel Gabriel Orthodox Church, OCA (Orthodox Church in America)
Eastern Orthodox Christian Church, belonging to the OCA (Orthodox Church in America).
Ashland Christian Fellowship is a Calvary Chapel Church in Ashland Oregon located on the corner of Oak and Hersey in downtown Ashland Oregon.
Welcome to Ashland Zen Center, a refuge for the study and practice of Zen Buddhism. Ashland Zen Center is located at 740 Tolman Creek Road, next to the ODOT yard. Slow down to find us; our parking lot is marked by a simple pole with the numbers 740.
The "People Called Methodists" were the first community of faith to establish a church in Ashland, 1864.
We're a Jewish Renewal community led by Rabbi David Zaslow, now in his 25th year of service to our community. We are an extended family of Jews by birth and by choice and friends from many different spiritual paths joining to infuse our lives with Torah & Gd. We are a diverse community and are proud to be a LGBTQ Safe Zone. We welcome people of all backgrounds and all the colors of the rainbow.
Our Lady of the Mountain Catholic Church
It is the mission at Our Lady of the Mountain Catholic Church in Ashland, Oregon, to foster unity among all people by encouraging education and evangelizing in the Catholic identity.
Our name, Temple Emek Shalom, or Kehillat Emek Shalom, can be translated as Temple in the Valley of Peace, and on another level as Congregation of Profound Wholeness. We strive to be a welcoming and joy-filled community...
At The Story Ashland, Jesus is The Story we’re telling and people are the hearts we’re reaching!
The Episcopal Church is sometimes described as the Church where people use their minds, as well as their hearts, when responding to the divine mystery in their lives...