Through our Mission Committee and the work of Deacons we give time and provide financial support to the following organizations:
Items from around the world are displayed for sale during November at our Alternative Christmas Market with proceeds going to help this program teach craft making skills to people from third world countries. Many items come from India, South America, Eastern Europe, Africa and China.
Battered Persons Advocacy
Soaps, shampoo and other hygiene items are collected and forwarded to this facility where many residents arrive with few personal possessions.
Boys and Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Umpqua Valley is to inspire all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as responsible, caring, productive citizens.
Bread for the World
Hunger advocacy through letter writing to congressional delegates.
Casa de Belen
Casa de Belen provides homeless families with adolescents and homeless teens with a safe place to create and implement a vision for a positive future, that includes independent living, self-sustainability, and constructive involvement in the community.
Church World Service
Blanket Sunday, disaster assistance
Community United Resource Network (CURN)
CURN meets in our social hall the first Tuesday of each month to coordinate multiple services around the area so that we can be more effective in helping those in need.
Equal Exchange Fairly Traded
Coffee, tea, and other goodies are ordered through Equal Exchange whose founders envisioned a food system that empowers farmers and consumers, supports small farmer co-ops, and uses sustainable farming methods.
The Family Development Center
The mission of Family Development Center is to provide comprehensive early childhood and strength-based family education programs, committed to the prevention of child abuse and neglect.
The FISH Food Pantry
Our congregation is one of several from our community that have joined together to operate this pantry for over 40 years. We donate food and funds as well as volunteer hours to help feed the hungry.
Habitat for Humanity
Low cost homes are built for select families in the Roseburg area.
Sandra, our Administrative Professional, gives lunches, gas vouchers, bus passes, and other needed items to people who stop by the church office looking for some help.
Heifer Project International
Heifer’s mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and care for the earth. With gifts of livestock and training, families are helped to improve their nutrition and generate income in sustainable ways. By giving families a hand-up, not just a hand-out, Heifer empowers them to turn lives of hunger and poverty into self-reliance and hope. At Christmas time, we encourage people to purchase animals in lieu of other traditional Christmas gifts. Gift cards are provided.
Meetings are held within the church Tuesday thru Friday at noon. Attendance averages 20-30 individuals at each.