John Adams, left, and Jerry Frazier install a new sign board for The Chapel at 601 Union St.
This year the Warming Place is closed at St. Vincent de Paul due to Covid. Six shelters have been placed on Barge Way Rd.
This year the Backpack Program is suspended due to Covid and no kids attending school physically.
This year Ascension School did not offer camps, but they did send out camp kits, and helped to disperse food in the community of Cove, Oregon, where the school resides.
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 United Thank Offering.
Gardener's, Julie Reynolds and Jerry Frazier, kept the garden going this past summer and donated food to 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.
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.
People from St. Paul's, headed up by Janeal Booren, volunteer to serve meals the third Sunday of each month. The first "Community Meal" was served on April 1, 1983 at the United Methodist Church and a meal has been served every Friday, Saturday and Sunday since. The location has changed, many times, over the past 25 years and now is served through the meal site provided by St. Vincent de Paul Society at 315 West Third Street.
Episcopal Relief & Development’s US Disaster Program works in areas across the United States that have been affected by disasters. By offering resources and training to help communities prepare for disasters and providing emergency support, we help vulnerable groups of people to make a full and sustained recovery.
POWER OF PRODUCE
St. Paul's Outreach donates $200 per year for youth to receive a free $2.00 token to purchase fresh produce. Each week you will find an education booth at the picnic table during the market. Our curriculum is developed by our vendors and includes a fun activity for the kids.
Partners In Health is a Boston-based nonprofit health care organization founded in 1987 by Paul Farmer, Ophelia Dahl, Thomas J. White, Todd McCormack, and Jim Yong Kim. The organization's goals are "to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most in need of them and to serve as an antidote to despair."
Welcome to all who are are in need of a safe place to be for a short time while more permanent arrangements are explored. We are a family-like community who live together and work toward the good for everyone in the household. Our motto, 'Safety and Respect,' applies to everyone, and is supported by a Positive Youth Development model which seeks to advance the best potentials of each individual.
St. Paul's Outreach Committee donates $500 per year for immigrants to have funds to call their families.