On Tuesday 11 August at 2:00 pm there was a memorial for Jan Haynes at the church.
The memorial was recorded on our Facebook page and available to watch.
Donate to South Kitsap Helpline
Look for Barrel at Church
When you come to services, look for the South Kitsap Helpline (SKH) barrel and consider bringing some of the items listed below to donate to Helpline.
The SKH, your local neighborhood food bank, is always in need of the following items. If you would like to assist us in our mission of helping to feed the hungry in our community, donations are gratefully accepted at SKH located at 1012 Mitchell Avenue in Port Orchard. Please call 360-876-4089 if you would like more information. Thanks for helping us feed local children, adults and seniors who might otherwise go without.
Beans (dry and canned) Noodles and Pasta
Canned Fruits and Vegetables Oatmeal (or oats)
Cat & Dog Food (dry and canned) Peanut Butter
Cereal & Granola Bars Rice (white or brown)
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Soup & Chili (Canned and Dry Mixes)
Fruit Juices (bottles/cans/drink boxes) Spaghetti Sauce
Macaroni and Cheese Tuna and Other Canned Meats
We can use anything that you would purchase for your own family when shopping. Toiletries and diapers included. We also encourage those who wish to donate to consider donating foods that have minimal sugar, salt, and preservatives. The healthier the foods are the better they are for those who receive them. Can’t drop off but want to help? Please donate securely online at skhelpline.org. Thank you for your support.
SKH has a retail plant nursery on-site where all sales of plants, flowers, herbs and fresh produce grown in our gardens and greenhouses benefit our food bank
Coffee Oasis, is it a coffee shop or is it a ministry? Well, it's really both! It is a coffee shop that serves great coffee. But it is also a Christian ministry that provides a variety of services to homeless teenagers in Kitsap County. The coffee shop helps fund the ministry! Of course our heart is in supporting the teenagers that frequent the Oasis center located on Bay Street. Just so you know, the lounge is open weekday afternoons from 2-5PM. On Fridays they reopen in the evening to provide dinner and a program. What you can't see in the sign is the logo, "Real Coffee, Real Hope"
The centers are simply a safe place to hang out, get a bite to eat, participate in organized activities. Staff and volunteers are always engaging in conversation with a desire to help the youth move toward the future.
Several FBC members are helping by providing a meal on Tuesday afternoons for the teenagers. Would you like to be a part? Want more information? Contact Jim Riddell at the church, 360-876-2374 or firstname.lastname@example.org.