Refuel Thanksgiving Dinner - Washougal Community Center - Thursday 28th
Gobble, Gobble – St. Anne’s Church is hosting Thanksgiving at the Washougal Community Center.
Dinner will be served from 4:00 – 6:00 pm with Turkey and all the fixings.
Help is always appreciated, contact our coordinator (630-319-8621) to see what you can do.
What Can the Faith Community Do About Affordable Housing?
A wonderful movement is underway within the faith-based community here in Clark County. Faith Partners for Housing (FP4H) is an organization of churches and faith-based organizations that came together in 2016 to work on long term solutions to homelessness, and St. Anne’s is one of FP4H’s newest member congregations. The FP4H mission is to create safe, affordable and decent housing for working families, seniors and people with disabilities. A home for everyone, a tent for no one. Want to learn more?
Find out how to get involved:
1. Speak to Mary Tipton, who leads our ministry to the un-housed at St. Anne’s.
2. Get on the FP4H mailing list to receive updates.
3. Questions? Contact Denny Scott at or ph #360-624-1290.
Families in Need
The Family Resource Center, located at Hathaway Elementary School in Portable B, is getting ready to equip 60 children entering kindergarten this fall. They are in particular need of clothing in sizes 4T, 5tT and 6. Sweatpants are especially welcome. The resource center provides clothing and small household items to families that need them. It is a remarkable service, and well worth a visit. They have a washer/drier and can clean donations. Anything too used will be sent out to be turned into rags. Personal items, and items such as crockpots/dishes, etc. that can help domestic violence survivors re-establish a household are also welcome. During the school year they are open Mondays 10-4. They will also be open Monday mornings in July beginning the 8th.
Questions: Jana (360-241-0939) or you can speak to the family Resource Coordinator at Hathaway directly:
Nancy Boon, 360-954-3809
Committee on Holy Land Justice
Bishop Greg has requested congregations to link his Committee on Holy Land Justice on their web pages. To do this please
link to “holylandjustice.org”. Many thanks for your mission and ministry.
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