Mission & Community Connections
OUR COMMITTEE IS FOCUSED ON MISSION, COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AND EVANGELISM.
Join us in sharing our faith and support.
Foundry Village is the first tiny house transitional community for those affected by homelessness in Josephine County. Foundry Village is comprised of 17 tiny homes providing short-term housing for up to 34 people. Designed as a gated community, Foundry Village is a safe, supportive environment where participants are encouraged to reach their highest potentials. Participants work to address barriers so that they may further their progress from homelessness to long-term housing and self-sufficiency.
B Street Food Pantry
For many years Bethany has supported FISH, now the "B" St. Food Pantry, with food, money and volunteers. "B" St. Food Pantry is located at Newman United Methodist Church in Grants Pass.
“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed.”
The Presbyterian Church (USA)'s four church-wide Special Offerings help share Christ's love with millions of people around the world.
One Great Hour of Sharing
Peace & Global Witness
Bethany is always looking for ways to be involved the greater community of Grants Pass. Support of Foundry Village, Porch Fest, Women's Crisis Support Team, Faith House, Hope House, B Street Food Pantry, Christian Service Network and Josephine County Transit are some of the ways we do this.
We are a Matthew 25 Church
As a Matthew 25 Church, Bethany is committed to
Building Congregational Vitality
Dismantling Structural Racism
Eradicating Systemic Poverty
From Education to Action
The Rogue Community College Diversity Programming Board, together with local community partners, is proud to host Courageous Conversations. We are exploring systemic oppression in this ongoing monthly discussion led by the Rev. Ernestine Flemister, the Rev. Ryan Scott, the Rev. Tom Berry and RCC's Sally Snyder and Jenny Jackson.
Visit RCC for more info: https://www.roguecc.edu/DPB/events.asp
Bethany houses and hosts many groups and activities that keep us in contact with our community. Harmony Creative Children's Center operates out of our building. We have hosted, Community Concerts, MLK Day celebrations and look forward to the return of The Hearth, a storytelling event. RASCAL-Rogue Area Senior Assistance League classes are held here as well as a Dementia Caregivers' Support Group and
Al-Anon. Most days the beautiful sounds of students practicing piano and violin can be heard through the halls.