FOOD, SHELTER & HEALTHCARE
When the basic needs of life are missing or lacking, we are unable to thrive mentally, emotionally or spiritually. We often take for granted when our food, shelter and healthcare needs are sufficiently met. All of us have experienced life struggles through loss, family issues, financial burdens or personal challenges. When these problems arise, we often need extra support to help us get through the challenges and see hope on the horizon.
Monday Nights | 5–6:30 PM
Hope’s Table is a dinner we serve on Monday nights at Rolling Hills for anyone in our community. Our heart is to provide a bit of rest, friendship, and belonging as we share a hot meal with our neighbors. Rolling Hills Community Groups, families or individuals are invited to join a team to host a meal every other month.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Hope’s Closet, located behind the Borland Free Clinic in the Community Life Center, provides new or gently used clothing to guests at Hope’s Table, the Shelter or community members in need. Clothing donations are welcomed.
- Jeans & pants
- Sweatshirts & sweatpants
- Sturdy coats & jackets
- Sturdy shoes & boots
Items we do NOT accept
- Women’s formal wear, dresses & skirts
- Men’s and women’s dress shoes
- Garments marked ‘Dry Clean Only’
- Heavily stained or damaged clothing
- Clothing for children and young teenagers (these donations should be directed to Northwest Children’s Outreach)
You can purchase items from our Amazon Wish List which will send items directly to Hope’s Closet.
Volunteer your time to sort and organize donated clothing.
TUALATIN SCHOOL HOUSE PANTRY
We are honored to partner with the Tualatin School House Pantry, a nonprofit organization located on the lower level of our building. The Pantry serves a huge need in our local community. Last year alone, they provided food for over 2,300 families in need!
The Pantry is a community organized food bank that is supported by local churches, businesses, social and civic organizations, schools, individuals and local government agencies. They are an Oregon Food Bank Partner Agency.
Visit schoolhousepantry.org to learn more about their organization, their hours, how to get involved and find their current needs.
We are currently partnering with Father’s Heart Street Ministry in down town Oregon City. Our mutual desire to share the love of Christ with people by providing shelter services to those in our community who need it.
The Father’s Heart is a safe refuge, where those struggling with homelessness can rest, shower, sleep, eat a warm meal and rest in the peaceful presence of the Lord.
WASH & WORSHIP
Sundays | 8:30–10:30 AM | Community Life Center
Every Sunday morning we provide a hot breakfast, and access to showers and laundry services for those in need throughout our community. We also stream our Sunday Gathering for those who would like to worship with us.
BORLAND FREE CLINIC
Borland Free Clinic’s mission is to bring hope and healing to vulnerable people in our community as an expression of Christ’s love. The vision for the Borland Free Clinic is for every person in the South Metro area of Portland, Oregon to have the blessing of access to quality healthcare that is respectful and compassionate.
Medical, Podiatric and Physical Therapy services are provided to those in need. Find current days and hours the clinic is open at the website below.
Are you a medical professional who would like to serve?
Not in the medical field, but want to help? We need you too!
FAMILY PROMISE OF TUALATIN VALLEY
Family Promise of Tualatin Valley is a nonprofit that serves homeless children by helping their families regain housing and independence. Individual family plans are developed with a FPTV case manager to help families identify and connect with services specific to their needs with permanent housing being the priority. Rolling Hills is a part of their network of religious and civic organizations that provide shelter, meals and resource assistance; specifically, the Rolling Hills campus is home to their Day Center.
Visit familypromiseoftv.org for more information.