Jesus said, “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me…” (excerpt from Matthew 25:35-40)
Our local outreach programs feed, clothe and welcome the stranger through our Helping Hands ministry.
Pack the Pack
Sunset’s Backpacks of Food Program, serves three schools with 170 backpacks of food bi-weekly.
Volunteers serve in a variety of ways: order & inventory, receiving & stocking, packing, delivery and pickup of empty backpacks.
Open twice a week, 50 weeks a year, provides healthy food to Sunset families and our neighbors. The Pantry is open to all those in need regardless of race, color, church affiliation, address, or age. 35% of the folks served are below the age of 18 and 13% are over the age of 55 years. 11% report medical problems requiring special diets.
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2020:
New hours are: Wednesday 9:30–11:30 am and 4:00–6:00 pm
Volunteers serve ordering & inventory, receiving and stocking
We are closed December 23 and December 30.
A client commented “ I’ve visited lots of pantries in lots of churches, but I never got to come in the front door. This is real nice.”
Due to the current health/safety restrictions the Clothing Closet is
closed, and not accepting donations until further notice.
If you do have clothing donations, we suggest donating to the Beaverton School District Clothes for Kids who is accepting new and gently-used clothes.
Open twice a week, we provide clothing donated by our congregation. There are other Free Clothing Closet in our area for students, but the Sunset Clothing closet is unique in Washington county, providing clothing for all ages
Volunteers serve receiving and sorting donations, merchandising and assisting shoppers.
Located in the south parking lot, provides garden beds at an affordable rate to our neighbors.
More updated info to come re: the 2020 growing season as
current health/safety restrictions are lifted.
During the 2019 growing season 9 beds provided fruit & vegetables for our Food Pantry and 34 were “rented” by our community.
Volunteers serve maintaining the garden, watering and growing produce for the Food Pantry.