Just $5 in cash buys 100 pounds food for SnowCap Although the food and other items you donate to SnowCap are greatly appreciated, the charible agency can do a lot more with your financial donations. As a partner agency with the Oregon Food Bank, SnowCap can buy 100 pounds of food for $5.00. Make a … [Read more…]
Fourteen people and a couple dogs walked or ran to raise nearly $12,000 for New City Initiative’s effort to end child homelessness. KPC raised $194, had a good time and enjoyed the rainless morning at Mt. Tabor. Thank you all! Click on post to see picture.
KPC will be fielding a team to walk or race to end child homelessness on Saturday, October 31. Please contact the church to let us know you will walk with us. Financial support is also appreciated. New City Initiative is organizing this event to create awareness around the crisis of child homelessness in our region, … [Read more…]
What does membership at KPC mean? Are you considering becoming a member of our congregation? We are sponsoring a conversation where you can explore whether this is the right move for you on Sunday, October 11. The meeting will follow worship and will include a light lunch. If you have been considering membership at KPC, please contact Pastor … [Read more…]
Pets are an important part of any family, especially families who are facing the hardships of poverty and food insecurity. Pets need to eat too. Please donate pet food of any kind for families receiving emergency food assistance at SnowCap. Donations can be left in the church narthex.
We are the grateful recipient of more than $2,000, thanks to the generosity of four people donating their used cars to Kenilworth. It’s an easy process for all, with the help of Speed’s Towing. Simply phone Speed’s or visit their website to arrange the pick up of the vehicle. It doesn’t even have to run … [Read more…]
SnowCap cannot buy infant formula and baby food at a discount – it’s not avaialbe. This month, donate any kind of infant formula or baby food for families receiving emergency food assistance at SnowCap. Leave these donations in the box marked for SnowCap in the Narthex.
Monday, September 14 at 7 pm in the Fireplace Room In this study, we consider the waters of chaos in Genesis, and the River of Life in the last chapter of Revelation, where chaos is no more. Water plays a central role in the stories of creation, the delivery of God’s people (through the parting … [Read more…]
We will be worshiping at the Smith Homestead, near Jones Creek State Park, Sunday August 9. Worship begins at 10:30 am. There will be a BBQ following worship. Bring something to grill and a dish to share. The Smith Homestead is a day use area located in the Tillamook Forest along Highway 6 near milepost … [Read more…]
Please continue to bring food items for our food ministry at SnowCap. SnowCap serves East Multnomah County and includes a large part of east Portland, Gresham, Troutdale, Fairview and Wood Village. Besides providing a food pantry for low income families, SnowCap also visits schools and low income apartment complexes to bring food to families with … [Read more…]