Set Free Christian Fellowship
Set Free Christian Fellowship was Founded in July 1997 by Pastor Chad & Debi McComas. This non-denominational fellowship has been the birthplace of all the ministries listed here under the Set Free Ministry banner. God’s original vision to Pastor Chad was to “set people free.” Using God’s Word as the foundation for the “truth” that Jesus taught, people are being set free from condemnation, shame, guilt and fear. Many are nding a new personal relationship with God that is refreshing and vibrant.
Office: Mon-Fri 10am to 3pm
Services: Sat and Sun 11am
Pop open cards are being used locally to encourage people with the Word of God and are being sold across the country. We are selling thousands of these cards to excited individuals and institutions to use in their personal ministry work across the country. The cards are designed with a printed promise from God’s Word that is only revealed when it is “popped” open. The recipient is touched and encouraged by God’s promise. God’s Word does not return void.
Visit at: popopencards.com
The Christian Journal
The Christian Journal newspaper is a monthly publication that Set Free acquired in 2000. It has 14,000 in circulation in Southern Oregon and Northern California. The paper’s purpose is to communicate God’s love and grace to people; to inspire and to encourage. We also provide display ads to support Christian businesses, churches and ministries to promote their work. We send 300 free papers to inmates across the country. The inmate subscriptions are a free program that is sponsored by our Light Walk Prison Ministry.
Visit at: thechristianjournal.org
God's Food Pantry
God’s Food Pantry started when a single mother of ve tithed her food stamps in 1997. The food lled up a small cupboard. Today as part of the ACCESS Food Pantry Organization. God’s Food Pantry serves up to 150 people a week (nearly 7,000 people a year) with 3-5 days of food. The needs are great and continue to grow as we serve families who need a little extra help. We don’t have enough storage now and have to turn food away!
Friday: 11am to 3pm
Rogue Retreat Homeless Housing Ministry was started by Set Free in 1998, and today has 42 apartments for its program. Rogue Retreat has life-skill meetings on Monday evenings where our families meet to assess progress and get support in life skills and more. Lives are being changed and as a result some amazing people from Rogue Retreat are serving various local churches as well as the community because of the opportunities and grace they have received. These families are experiencing restoration as they submit to the program’s guidelines, leading to a more stable and Christ-centered life.
Visit at: rogueretreat.org
Set Free started Celebrate Recovery meetings (A Christian 12-Step Recovery Ministry) to serve the valley in February 1998. Each Thursday at 6:30 pm Rogue Valley residents come to nd help with their hurts, habits and hang-ups. These meetings share Biblical insights to overcoming any and all addictive behavior. 12-Step study groups have helped men and women nd the freedom they are looking for. Celebrate Recovery has served thousands through the years
The SOZO (Personal Healing Ministry Sessions) on Friday nights, is one of our newest ministries and perhaps one of the most life-changing ones. We are seeing many emotional and spiritual healings take place in these sessions as people are being set free from past abuse, anger, fear and dysfunction. Many find amazing freedom after one session. It is part of Set Free’s commitment to setting the captives free as outlined in Isaiah 61.
His Heart Ministry
It takes an army to serve those in need. Set Free welcomes people from all over the community who come to give of their time and resources. Whether it be on our Friday service day or our community breakfasts everyone is needed. Some just come to talk to those whom most in the community never talk with. Others help in the food pantry or arrange and distribute clothing. We have volunteers running the shower/laundry trailer and making sure it is clean and ready for the next one to serve. Others help cook and serve. Others set up and tear down canopys, tables and chairs. And still others help with cleaning up to be ready for the next time.
Being generous brings a smile to the face and warmth to the soul. This ministry depends on the generosity of God through people. We have people bring a single pair of shoes or bags of clothing. Some bring boxed and canned foods. Others come and make oatmeal for the hungry. Some give a dollar while others can give hundreds. Some donate cases of water others bring by a razor and shaving cream. It all matters. It is all welcome and it all gets used.
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