Missions

The Community Presbyterian Church Mission Team provides leadership for our church family in manifesting God's love as shown in the life of Jesus by identifying and responding to special needs in and beyond Redmond through work parties, special projects, and our on-going commitments of time, talent, financial support, compassion, prayer and faithful service to God.

 

 

Projects supported by Community Presbyterian Church:

 

Adopt-A-School Program

Mission supports children in need in the Redmond School District through the Family Access Network.  Our Shoes for Kids Program provided shoes for children who otherwise would have gone without.  Our Mission Team and Children's Ministries jointly hosted a "Shoes for Kids Drive" in March that brought in 229 pairs of shoes and purchased 64 additional pairs of shoes.  Not only did Mission support Shoes for Kids, but also purchased ear buds for the Chrome Books Math Program at Vern Patrick Elementary School.

African Mission Project

The Mission Team supports the Kenya Steering Committee in its efforts to develop a partnership with the Kisauni Presbyterian Church Parish.  Shown - Rev. Hui Hui and one of our members.

A delegation from Community Presbyterian Church traveled to Kenya to the Kisauni church and established a partnership with the Presbyterian Church of East Africa. 

 

 

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)

The CASA volunteer is a trained volunteer who becomes a trusted adult empowered to ensure that each foster-care child is well cared for in a safe, loving, permanent home.

Central Oregon Chaplaincy

The Central Oregon Policy Chaplaincy is a Biblically-based, non-profit ministry that exists to serve and support all law enforcement and emergency service personnel and their families within Central Oregon.

COPY (Central Oregon Partnership for Youth)

This mission connects safe and appropriate adult mentors with children who have an incarcerated parent/caregiver.   Mentors commit to spending a few hours per week with a child for a minimum of one year.  

FISH (Friends In Service to Humanity)

This program helps those in the Redmond area who have emergency food needs.  The food is donated by churches and individuals in the community as well as the Boy Scouts and United Way.  Redmond Christian Church provides the house for FISH food distribution and the deacons transport all donations from CPC to the shelves of the FISH house.

Grooming Aids

This mission collects soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, wipes and hair products for distribution to the Redmond School district for those students in need, as well as providing grooming aids to the homeless in Redmond and for Grandma's House in Bend.

Habitat for Humanity

The third home was completed in 2016.  Not only do many of our members work on the houses, but also many CPC volunteers are on the Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors.

Jericho Road

This program provides transitional housing and assists local families with financial, emotional, and educational support.

Jericho Table

Our volunteers serve the meals one day every other month and also provide leadership for Jericho Table.  We contributed funds to provide approximately 1700 meals in 2016 for the hungry in our community.  

Meals on Wheels

Members of the congregation deliver meals to people 60 and over that are homebound and unable to cook or shop for themselves. 

Paint Your Heart Out

This was the 28th year that CPC painted homes for Redmond community members who were not able or could not afford the cost of professional painting.

 
 
REACH (Redmond*Experience*Activity*Connections*Hub)

We support after-school care for community children which includes helping children with homework.

Redmond Cold Weather Housing Project

Shepherd's House staffs the sleeping quarters for people without homes at various churches when the outside temperature is below freezing from October through March.

Wyldwoodz Resource Center

The center is a non-profit organization that provides a caring, learning and growing environment.  Wyldwoodz works with families who have children with challenging behavior.  It gives children the skills they need for a better tomorrow today.   

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