Local Outreach

Judson Middle School

First, we are seeking comfortable, new, or slightly used, multi-sized clothing items. This would include, but not limited to:
Sweatpants (sporty & lounge types) All sizes Small to 2xl (mostly M & L)
T-shirts (Plain: probably mostly gray and black & Trendy) All sizes Small to 2xl
Sweatshirts (all types) All sizes Small to 2xl
Coats (Warm coats to Rain Jackets) All sizes Small to 2xl
Second, we are seeking shoes, comfortable, new, or slightly used, multi sized.
Type: Tennis Shoes, Boots, Waterproof, Sliders, or any other practical shoe for a middle school student
Size: A variety from 6 to 10 for boys and 6 to 9 for girls
Thirdly, we are looking for personal items for students that can help them in a pinch.
Small Deodorants
Hair ties
Extra Long feminine items (pads)
Toothbrush & Toothpaste
Underwear (boys and girls) all sizes
Socks (All Sizes, Length - short or tall)
Small hand lotion
All items can be brought to the cafe at Gateway Foursquare.

Hope Pregnancy Clinic

Join us in supporting Hope Pregnancy Clinic by participating in the 2022 Baby Bottles for Hope campaign beginning Mother’s Day, May 8!

At Hope we value both mother and baby, knowing that when we provide the help and support that the mother needs, she is able to make a choice for life.

Hope invites you to partner with us once again in providing our free services to women who need us

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Global Missions

For more information about Room at the Inn and Church in the Park or to sign up to help, please visit https://www.church-at-the-park.org/room-in-the-inn

If you are interested in the trip to tour Israel, please contact Stacey Schaub at stacey.schaub@gmail.com

You can also visit http://citycenter.church/events/israel-2022 for mor information.
Our missionaries have recently purchased property in Uganda. You can purchase a brick to help build a security fence for only $5 per brick. Donations can be made here, or by dropping off an offering with "bricks" in the memo during our Sunday services.
Denise Johnson

Denise is a single women who lives with her 2 cute kitties, Pumpkin & Peaches.

As a Foursquare missionary Denise has established the 1st stage of a ministry center which is focusing on reaching the retired community & school aged children. The long term goal is to purchase & renovate a nearby building in disrepair to include an Internet cafe, bookstore and training facility to disciple believers and train leaders. This would be a Business As Mission model, reaching a cross-generational group, equipping them to see, meet their own needs in love, faithfulness & hope.

You can donate to Denise at https://fmi.works/johnson-denise
John & Charity Alphonse
YWAM Salem, OR

Karen Grubbs

In 2002, what Karen thought was going to be a one time short term mission trip to Uganda and South Sudan, became a life time commitment when God captured her heart for the people. Karen's main focus of work until 2017 was leadership development and training children's workers in South Sudan. In February of 2017, things changed dramatically when civil war began between the South Sudanese tribes spread throughout the country, leading Karen and her team to evacuate out of South Sudan to Moyo Uganda along with approximately 1.5 million South Sudanese refugees. Today her work has expanded to the people of Moyo and many more people of South Sudan.

Over time, Karen's ministry to the South Sudanese and Northern Ugandan's has led to what is known today as Stand for Africa. The activities of Stand for Africa continue to evolve to meet the needs of the people in South Sudan and Northern Uganda. The primary focus is loving the people as the hands and feet of Jesus. We address their practical needs while equipping them to lead and make changes through seminars and the discipleship and leadership training.

Karen has partnered with Mission Dispatch to support Stand for Africa.

You can donate to Karen at www.missiondispatch.org/giving

Or by US Mail
Karen Grubbs:
c/o Mission Dispatch
PO Box 641
Edmonds, WA 98020
Anna Marie Mazzone

Originally from Seattle, Washington, though Anna Marie misses the relationships and surroundings of her hometown, she enjoys and loves the culture of Germany and its people.

Anna Marie works with street addicts and alcoholics, leading a team that weekly brings coffee and sandwiches to people struggling with addiction. The team shares the gospel, prays, listens, and offers support and practical help when people are ready to get out of the drug scene.

At the church where Anna Marie serves, she works with youth and oversees outreach ministries that serve refugee families from Syria, North Africa, Iran and other middle eastern countries. She also leads a German-speaking Alpha Course for new believers and “Let's Talk,” a ministry of sharing biblical truths about difficult questions like: “If God is good, why does he allow suffering?” and, “Do all religions lead to heaven?”

You can donate to Anna Marie at https://fmi.works/mazzone-anna-marie

Foursquare Disaster Relief