When families come to My Father’s House and enter their new apartment home, it can be a very emotional moment. The door opens, and they find themselves in a space specially prepared for them: brand new linens and kitchen supplies are right in place, the room is decorated with a personal touch that seems to fit them just right, and each child has a little something especially for them. This magical moment happens every day because of individuals, families or groups who adopt a room and commit to renewing it each time a new family moves in.
My Father's House in East Multnomah County has many great opportunities for volunteers to actively serve and form relationships through activities such as the adopt-a-room program, weekly family nights, and a variety of community outreach events.
Watch the video below to learn more about this ministry and the need for resources to help homeless families.