Neighbors Debate Cell Phone Tower

EUGENE, Ore. — Neighbors unhappy with a proposed cell phone tower in south Eugene are now outraged by the property owner’s most recent proposal. Crossfire Ministries says if the neighborhood doesn’t want the tower they’ll have to pay the church to stop the process. People living near Crossfire Ministries say they believe cell phone towers … Continue reading »

Church Lawn Could House Cell Tower

EUGENE, Ore. — A new kind of tree may soon sprout in a south Eugene neighborhood. AT&T is eyeing property at Crossfire Ministries on Amazon Drive as the potential site of a new cell tower called a monopine, which looks like a tree. The church says this isn’t the first time it’s had interest, but … Continue reading »

Church Seeks New Outreach Location

EUGENE, Ore. — A local church is looking for a new location to feed the homeless. Crossfire Ministries has been running its program “Field of Dreams” for 13 years under the Jefferson Street Bridge in Eugene. The program hands out free meals to the homeless. But because of a new skate park the city plans to build, … Continue reading »

Fireworks Sale Benefits Church

EUGENE, Ore. — A local church says the Fourth of July is helping to keep the church doors open. That’s because it’s selling fireworks to keep funding going. For the past 20 years, Crossfire Ministries has been selling fireworks for the Fourth of July. Those funds go directly toward its outreach programs, which the pastor … Continue reading »