Articles in Category: Happenings
The Churches of North and Downtown Portland united this summer, to serve their neighbors through numerous health services.
During the summer months, City Bible Church partnered with Responder Life Ministry to build a top of the line, exclusive lounge for all law enforcement officers.
Volunteer opportunities are available through the Domestic Violence Resource Center.
Volunteer opportunities to support seniors in low-income apartment buildings are available through Lift Urban Portland!
Compassion Clinics involve different churches working together to provide free healthcare and other basic necessities to low-income individuals and families.
Portland Pastor Mark Strong's new book focuses on a prevalent and pressing issue: fatherlessness.
Portland's bridal shop Adorned in Grace donates proceeds to victims of human trafficking.
Cedar Mill Bible Church serves as an example of how individual churces are caring for their neighbors.
Providing support to foster families is a vital and much needed service.
Portland non-profit organizations and Washington County are working to prevent suicides in the area. Through county meetings, Lines for Life and the Military Helpline, high suicide rates are being addressed.
Picture someone who has been homeless being welcomed into a loving community with a handmade quilt.
There are always amazing stories to share about the successes of Door to Grace's outreach to victims of human trafficking
In 2011 Feeding America named Oregon one of the top five states with the highest rate for food insecure children.
A magical moment can occur everyday when families choose to adopt a room
Each year The Outpost at Shute Park gives children without summer lunch a free meal and a fun afternoon.