Is from 11:45 a.m.-12:50 p.m. at Maranatha Church Enter on the 13th Avenue side or the glass doors in the parking lot opposite Skidmore street. All ages are welcomed. Please contact Rance Spruill, Sunday School Superintendent, at (503) 460-9048.
RESURRECTION DRUG ABUSE PROGRAM
12 step recovery program that counsels and supports individuals, families and youth in addiction, recovery, co-dependents, at-risk youth including mental health support services that has a 20-year history
As a community center, we offered our facility to local organizations and community members. Before the fire we averaged 12 groups per month.
WOMEN’S MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETING
Will be held every third Thursday at 1:00 pm. For further information, please contact sister JoAnn Childs (360) 433-7858.
NEW MEMBERS CLASS
New members are required to attend this class held every Sunday.
ONE CHURCH-ONE SCHOOL
Allen Temple has been working with OCOS for more than 15 years. “To make sure that students receive an excellent education and that they will go on to be global scholars."
The One Church One School Community Partnership Program links two of the most resourceful entities in the community – the Church and the School.
One Church One School is a community action program designed to assist parents, students, teachers, school administrators and communities in impacting educational, social and personal outcomes for students.
NE Site for Oregon Food Bank to provide food for individuals and families who are struggling and hungry. Served 1,400 individuals last year including children, families, seniors, veterans and disabled. The center is open 15 days per month and serve families between NE Broadway/Ainsworth to NE 42nd/N. Killingsworth. We are the only food bank and emergency clothing site offering this many hours of service to our community. The Food Bank operates from the emergency services building on our property because it is so vitally important to the families we serve, as is offering a consistent location for services. With 16.1% of all Oregonians experiencing food insecurity (being without access to sufficient, affordable, nutritious food) the loss of an accessible food bank in our community would directly impact our neighbors and families.
We also offer a clothing closet for individuals, families and neighbors. Our church members provide over 80 hours of service monthly.
ALLEN TEMPLE FOOD BANK
ALLEN TEMPLE HIV/AIDS EDUCATION PROJECT
Provides counseling services, support, resources and education to individuals and families with a 20-year history.
SOCIAL JUSTICE MINISTRY
Social Justice Ministry involves extensive community engagement, training and advocacy on major issues impacting the neighborhood and community such as social justice inequalities in education, housing, health care, economic disparities and Police enforcement and criminal justice reform.
Teams outreach to homeless individuals and families providing food, clothing and hygiene products. We work with Transition Projects and Portland Rescue Mission and go out into the streets to provide resources.