John Adams, left, and Jerry Frazier install a new sign board for The Chapel at 601 Union St.
This year the Warming Place in The Dalles was open from November 18th through March 16th providing warm beds for around 10-16 people per night.
Volunteers from St. Paul's help to pack food for the backpack program feeding Junior and Sr. High kids.
Providing camp scholarships for children to attend Ascension School is a strong priority for the people at St. Paul's Episcopal church.
The St. Paul's Outreach Committee provides funding, along with Thanksgiving and Easter food baskets for people to celebrate the holidays.
Through St. Paul's Outreach Committee the parish members support the ongoing efforts of delivering food to people who need a good dinner.
Under the direction of John Adams, Kiva loans are given out internationally to people who need help establishing themselves as entrepreneurs.
The Rev. Deacon Georgia Giacobbe heads up our local parish effort to provide funds for ERD. Monies go to help disasters throughout the world.
St. Paul's Outreach Committee understands the growing need to provide mental health support for people without financial resources.
The Rev. Georgia Giacobbe, Julie, Reynolds, and Jerry Frazier, and the Rev. Georgia Giacobbe head-up the gardeners to provide fresh produce for the local food bank.
St. Paul's Outreach committee sends much needed financial resources to Navajoland.
They say the home is where the heart resides, and no organization offers more hope for people to own a home than Habitat for Humanity. John Adams, along with other St. Paul parishioners have helped to build homes in The Dalles.
St. Paul's support partners in the Global South who promote alternatives to unfair social, political and economic structures, and educate the Canadian population about the causes of poverty. In the struggle for human dignity, the organization forms alliances with northern and southern groups working for social change. It also supports women in their search for social and economic justice.
Our “Neighbor to Neighbor” program gives a helping hand to customers who are struggling to pay their electric bills. One hundred percent of customer donations stay in our community.
Acclaiming Christ Through Sports has been supporting youth in the Columbia River Gorge for 20+ year. ACTS is an ecumenical organization which provides after school sports programs for kids. St. Paul's has supported this organization for several years.
St. Paul's has been a strong supporter of the Diocese of Jerusalem in their effort to support the ongoing crisis of the Palestinian people.
Charlie Manning and Linda Quinn in support of the inmates at Snake River Correctional Institute in Ontario, Oregon petitioned the diocese at the October 2019 Convention to accept them as a parochial parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Oregon.
The Benevolence Fund was started two years ago to help people with over night lodging when their home has burned down. This fund has helped 15 families have a roof over their heads when their families cannot help.