Local Outreach

Compassion, Justice and Mercy

Our church supports:

Oregon Food Bank/ all of our harvested produce from the garded is donated to the food bank.

St. Pauly Clothing Shed/SCC Parking Lot.  We collect textiles and clothing to be redistributed to those in need locally and globally.

 Weaver's Tale/Sunset Covenant Church-creating a community through gardening.


"God has shown all people what is good. 

and what does the Lord require of you?

To act justly and to love mercy

                                       and to walk humbly with your God."(Micah 6:8)

Global Missions

Global and Local missions are opportunities we engage in as pathways for being living witnesses of God's presence in our lives and God's heart of love for the world. 

"As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love.  If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father's commands and remain in His love. My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you"

(John 15:9-12)

  • Evan and Liz Larson

    Papua New Guinea

    Elizabeth and I served with Wycliffe Bible translators, in Papua New Guinea.  During our first term our ministry focus was to help provide technical services and equipment (such as safe and reliable transportation), so that Bible translators could focus on their jobs.  Our next term, we will continue to support the work of the Bible translation, and we hope to contribute as well through industry specific training.

    website: http://www.theadventuringlarsons.com/the-story.html

    Contact: World Outreach Ministries P.O. Box B  Marietta GA 3006/#410 Larsons (TO DONATE SEND CHECKS HERE)

    Physical Address: Larsons

                              SIL PO BOX 1 (384) 

                            UKARUMPA,EHP, 444

                             PAPUA NEW GUINEA

  • Mary Putera

    Nepal: Blessed Are The Peacemakers!

    Mary Putera has partnered with Expressive Arts Nepal to provide Expressive Arts and Community Arts Practice training as an effort of partnership for peace building with Nepali people. Sadhana Thapa, the President of Expressive Arts Nepal, lecturer for the Bachelors of Social Work program at Bright Vision International College in Nepal, and worker with Read Nepal, strives to establish pathways for whole and peaceful living for all Nepali people.  Through this work, survivors of human trafficking are receiving care, rural communities suffering grief and loss from the recent earthquake are being supported in their healing, and efforts of social transformation to end marginalization of women and various people groups are engaged.

    Blog: http://hoperisingamidst.blogspot.com

    Donate:  gofund.me/p5u74qd4

    Tax Deductible donations: proceed to the SCC donate page mark donation "Nepal"   

    Contact: pastormputera@gmail.com with questions or comments!