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“Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you did it to me.”

Matthew 25v40

Serve at Willamette

Help transform a gym into a space where those who enter on Sunday can fully experience the work and presence of God!

http://willamette.cc/serve/facilities/

Lead worship, teach, greet; Willamette kids is a space where you can speak into the hearts of the children that Willamette serves.

http://willamette.cc/serve/kids/

Our security team protects the integrity of the service and how people are receiving the message. Any able-bodied men and women who have a heart to protect our children and families are welcome to serve!

Link: http://willamette.cc/serve/security/

We invite you to join in our mission to receive and treat our guests in a warm, friendly, generous way. Prepare coffee or communion, serve food at the market, or clean/set up refreshments for Sunday mornings!

Link: http://willamette.cc/serve/hospitality/

Help create opportunities to meet with God by playing an instrument or singing, operating sound/light, or running propresenter.

Link: http://willamette.cc/serve/worship/

Join in building discipleship relationships with middle and high school students that center around the gospel of Jesus Christ through leading or serving as a technical assistant!

Link: http://willamette.cc/serve/students/

Create a warm, welcoming environment from the parking lot to the sanctuary and all points in between! Greet, set out coffee, usher, etc.

Link: http://willamette.cc/serve/guestservices/

Demonstrate Christ’s love by helping to meet the physical and emotional needs of others, along with their desire for connection. Whether through prayer, home visits, or food provision, Willamette invites you to join Willamette Cares.

Link: http://willamette.cc/serve/care/

Serve with our Ministry Partners

ARMS is a faith-based organization that exists to serve those who have/are experiencing domestic abuse. Help with an event, leadership opportunities, office help, help with a training, etc.

Link: http://armsonline.org/can-help-arms/

Serve the children within the foster care and adoption system! Whether you can tutor, clean, donate, or give rides, you are needed and wanted.

Link: http://willamette.cc/afc/take-action/

ANLM invites you to assist them in breaking the cycle of poverty in Rwanda by sponsoring a child, joining them on mission trips to Rwanda, or even volunteering at their domestic office!

Link: http://www.africanewlife.org/take-action/volunteer/

Compassion Connect helps churches implement models of ministry that are designed to engage people in their local community while working together with other churches. Volunteer at medical clinics, mentor, assist in a bridal boutique, and more!

Link: http://compassionconnect.com/take-action/

Embrace Oregon connects caring community members with vulnerable children and families in partnership with the Department of Human Services. Take action by making care boxes, waiting with children in the DHS offices, donating or volunteering in any capacity!

Link: https://www.embraceoregon.org/join/volunteer

Contact: Brooke Gray at brooke.gray@portlandleadership.org.

The Father’s Heart seeks to touch the lives of those who struggle with depression and homelessness in the Oregon City area. Join them in their meal services, clothing pantry, or many other services!

Link: http://www.tfhstreetministry.com/volunteer.html
To volunteer, contact Robin Schmidt at tfhrobin@gmail.com or call at (503)722-9780.

Partner with coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school and junior high youth levels to use the medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus! Volunteer at events, within administrative projects, mentor, and more.

Link: http://www.pdxfca.org
To volunteer, contact Ryan Johnston at (971)222-4551, or rjohnston@fca.org.

Chaplains are compelled within their heart and called by the Holy Spirit to connect to our First Responders. You are invited to join the connected by donating, advocating, peer counseling, and more!

Link: http://www.publicsafetychaplaincy.com/contact/

Young Life is an organization that introduces adolescents to Jesus Christ and helps them grow in their faith. Get involved with anything from leading to supervising events!

Link: https://westlinn.younglife.org/Pages/parentsandcommunity.aspx

Serve in our Community

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Portland help hundreds of kids and teens develop essential skills, make lasting connections, and have fun. Tutor, mentor, coach the youth in a sport, or volunteer with the club in many other ways!

Link: http://bgcportland.org/volunteer/individual-volunteer-opportunities/

Friends of Refugees exists to help refugees not just survive, but thrive in their new home. Assist in the effort by teaching ESL courses, tutoring, giving rides, providing childcare, or in many other ways!

 

Link: http://www.pdxfriendsofrefugees.com/be-a-friend/

To volunteer, contact Elizabeth Jones at elizabeth@pdxfriendsofrefugees.com

As an off branch of Portland Rescue Mission, The Harbor is a community of men overcoming homelessness and addiction in the men’s New Life Ministry of Portland Rescue Mission. Volunteer any day of the week to prepare and serve a meal, and get to know the men there!

Link: http://www.portlandrescuemission.org/recovery-programs/theharbor/

To volunteer, contact Eddie Maestas at eddie.maestas@pdxmission.org

Union Gospel Mission’s men’s LifeChange program provides a place where men struggling with addiction and life-controlling issues can learn to transform their lives. Join the mission by serving a meal, donating, or assisting in any way!

Link: https://ugmportland.org/get-involved/

Union Gospel Mission’s LifeChange for Women and Their Children provides a safe, healing home for women struggling with addiction, abusive relationships, or homelessness. Join the mission by serving a meal, donating, or assisting in any way!

 

Link: https://ugmportland.org/get-involved/

Maybelle Center nurtures the body, mind and spirit of the forgotten poor in Old Town-Downtown Portland by building connections and community. Join them in weekly home visits to their community members, throwing holiday parties, and more!

Link: http://www.maybellecenter.org/volunteer/

Night Strike welcomes you to help serve the needs of the homeless in our community through serving food, handing out shoes/clothes/sleeping bags, washing feet, etc.

Link: http://bpmpdx.org/volunteer/

PRM’s tireless commitment is to break the cycle of homelessness, addiction and despair in the lives of hurting people in need. Assist them in their various services including meal prep and service (breakfast, lunch, or dinner), making birthday cards, a clothing pantry, and many more!

Link: http://www.portlandrescuemission.org/get-involved/volunteer/

Contact: Chloe Durr: chloe.durr@pdxmission.org

Shepherd’s Door is a community of single women and women with children (ages 10 and under) who seek to move into a healthy lifestyle while dealing with the pain of addiction and previous choices. Volunteer any day of the week to prepare and serve a meal, and get to know the women there!

 

Link: http://www.portlandrescuemission.org/recovery-programs/shepherdsdoor/

To volunteer, contact Eddie Maestas at eddie.maestas@pdxmission.org

As a community driven by mission, St André Bessette Catholic Church strives to provide hospitality, healing, and hope to the most marginalized members of our society. Volunteer via meal service, foot care, assisting in art programs, giving out hygiene items, and more!

Link: http://saintandrechurch.org/ways-to-volunteer/

Union Gospel Mission provides more than 200,000 meals a year to the homeless and people in need. Unite with the mission by serving meals, making and handing out food boxes, serving in their thrift store, and more!

Link: https://ugmportland.org/get-involved/

Check out the map to see where some of the above organizations are located!

For any questions please email our Rooted Coordinator Kierra Rowan.