Open Home Communities

Are you interested in joining a Home Community but cannot currently attend I Belong Here? Take a look at the list of communities below and contact the leader if you’re interested in attending!


Crosby Home Community

Brad bcrozby@comcast.net
Brenda brendacrosby1@comcast.net
503.922.2857

Meet every other Monday at 6:30pm at various homes in the Milwaukie and Clackamas area.

About This Group
“We welcome diversity in our group. Most of the people attending are 40 plus year olds, some are married and some are not. We encourage newer couples as well as couples with kids all the way up to college to join us. We believe we can all learn from each other with different life experiences and during different seasons of life. We focus on praying together, laughing together, doing life together, and discussing the messages from Sunday mornings.”


Cruickshank Home Community

Rod & Ginger Cruickshank
Best Contact: rcruickshank@tpgrp.com

Meet: Sundays, 6-7:30 at Cruickshank’s home in West Linn, rotating between families for 1 month each

About This Community
“We are couples that are beyond the “kids” stage, meaning all kids are middle school or older. We are couples, but open to individuals if they are comfortable. We are medium deep on our Theology, not caught up in the details, staying at the level that all members can appreciate. We like to select a study to work from. Currently working through Sermon on the Mount, and moving into CS Lewis Screwtape Letters.”


Foley Home Community

Mark & Patti Foley
Contact: pattifoley@gmail.com or 503-655-0284

Meet Every Sunday 6:30-8pm in Oregon City

About This Group
“Currently we’re a group of “over 50’s” who live in the Oregon City/Milwaukie area. We usually delve into the sermon topic, and occasionally focus on other topics as well. “


Young Adults Community

youngadults@willamette.cc

About This Group
“We are a group of young adults that are between the ages of 18 and 26. We are in school, starting careers, and trying to cultivate our love for Christ into each of the communities we’re involved in. Mostly single individuals, we are more than willing to add in more single people as well as couples.”