Ways you can join us to give back to our community.
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We are excited about our new service and mission project helping build a house! As we begin you have the chance to meet others who are involved, see the site of the house, and join in prayer for this new adventure.
Sunday, September 29 from 1:30-2:15 pm will be the “kick-off” at the Project site at 7th and Plymouth St. (497 S. 7th). Plan on coming to see what’s happening.
Keep an eye out in the local paper for the photo and article featuring the Habitat project and the pastors breaking ground with the golden shovel.
"5 Church Partnership in Faith Build" Construction updates
Habitat for Humanity does more than build homes. They also build ramps for disabled seniors with fixed and/or low income.
Habitat for Humanity provides a free handicapped ramp program for qualified disabled, low-income and fixed income seniors. The materials and funding used to build the ramp are donated and volunteers help with building it.
The Plymouth Presbyterian Church Deacons have pledged to assist The Columbia County Habitat for Humanity, Ramp building project.
Volunteer Support: to help in the construction of ramps, contact Gina, Peacemaking & Mission Chair.
Mail checks to Plymouth Presbyterian Church
2615 Sykes Road
St Helens, Oregon 97051
Attn: Carol, Finance Secretary
Payable to Plymouth Presbyterian
with a memo: Deacon’s Fund/Habitat Ramp
You will receive a tax receipt for your contribution.
Your community & church thanks you.
Check out these Newspaper articles:THE CHRONICLE NEWSPAPER 9/29/19: Churches partner for Habitat for Humanity
CHANNEL 8 NEWS COVERAGE 9/29/19: Churches, Habitat for Humanity break ground on St. Helens homes Habitat for Humanity Facebook
Columbia County Habitat for Humanity Website
"5 Church Partnership in Faith Build" CONSTRUCTION UPDATES
Each year our congregation buys non-perishable items for Boxing Day. We fill large plastic totes with the items from the attached list and take them to Community Action Team (CAT) at the end of the year.. They give them to people who are getting their first permanent housing. Many of these folks are struggling to make it, so the gift of these totes gives them just a little boost. You can buy the items that are on the list and arrange to drop them off at the church, or you can donate money and signify that it is to be used for Boxing Day Thank you for your continued support of this local mission. This is the work of the church. Thanks be to God!!
Plymouth Presbyterian Church Supports this organization through volunteers and donations of butter and funding. We sponsor a "Butter Shower" on a regular basis to collect butter for the cause. If you would like to volunteer to work at Community Meals with the Plymouth Volunteers or if you would like to make a donation contact Gina Harrington or Linda Dunn.
Serving meals: Tuesdays and Thursdays year-round
Community Meals Website
Community Meals Facebook
Columbia Pacific Food Bank Website
Columbia County Warming Center Facebook
Community Action Team (VOLUNTEER/DONATIONS TO CCWC)
Presbytery presented a $1,000 Stimulus grant to Plymouth Presbyterian Church to be used on innovative mission in our community for those affected by the COVID-19 Virus.
This is how the funds were disbursed:
Stewardship is accomplished in many ways...
1. Monetary giving. Place your gift in the collections basket or contact Carol Jones. Be sure to indicate your preference as to how you want the donation applied.
2. Sweep the sidewalk before Sunday Morning Church
3. Open the Blinds before Sunday Morning Church
4. Mowing - trim work
5. Wash windows
6. Weed flower beds
7. Volunteer as Lay Leader
8. Volunteer to host or help host Coffee Hour
9. Volunteer on a work project, See Blg. & Grounds Chair, Roger Liefeld, for more information.
10. Help on a committee - click on "Session page" in the navigation bar find a committee.
A big thank you to all those who give so often and so much!