This week’s Lenten program features Janet Johnson and Patrick Norton of the Crystal Springs Partnership speaking about the Crystal Springs Watershed Restoration. A chicken dinner will begin at 6:30 pm. The program will begin at 7 pm. There is no charge for the dinner. Donations are accepted. Join us as we explore water issues in … [Read more…]
We will deliver seven bags of groceries to Grout Elementary on Friday, March 18. Please bring your donations of food items for the bags to the church. Donations in groups of seven ensures we have enough food for all the families receiving assistance. Thank you.
New towels and washcloths can be left in the box marked for SnowCap in the narthex. SnowCap welcomes all food and cash donations as well.
This week’s Lenten program features Steve Sobiesczyzk, who will share his work monitoring the water quality in the Willamette Valley. The meal featuring salmon begins at 6:30 pm. The program will begin about 7 pm. There is no charge for the meal. Donations are accepted.
This week’s Lenten program features USGS Geologist David Ramsey who will explore the waters of Crater Lake. What lies beneath the surface? How deep is the lake? How is the USGS protecting this natural resource? Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. The program begins at 7 p.m. There is no charge for the meal. Donations are … [Read more…]
On February 18, the week following Ash Wednesday, we will begin a series of presentations and workshops on topics associated with water. There are over 600 references to water in the Hebrew bible. Many of the events surrounding the ministry of Jesus include water, such as the wedding at Cana, his baptism and his walking … [Read more…]
SnowCap supports the fragile members of our community in many ways, providing food, clothing, and personal hygiene products. They can always use diapers in any size including adult. Bring place your donation in the box marked SnowCap in the church narthex. Thank you.
Lent begins on February 10th this year. We will enter into this special season by celebrating with an Ash Wednesday Service. The use of ashes is an old tradition used to remind us that we were created from the soil and will return to it. It is a call to humble reliance upon God’s mercy … [Read more…]
Lesson Six: Because of their shallow worship and sinful living, Amos calls the waters of justice and righteousness to roll down on the Israelites. What places in our world need the cleansing waters of justice and righteousness? This lesson moves us to “walking the talk,” or acting on our faith in our daily lives, especially … [Read more…]
How do you open a can of peas? This can be a real problem if you are homeless. SnowCap provides can openers to people receiving emergency food boxes as needed. Consider adding a can opener to your food donation to SnowCap this month. Also, if you have unused 2016 calendars, drop these into the SnowCap … [Read more…]