Our call to love and serve:
Matthew 22:37 tells us to love God with our all and that our neighbor should have the same care and attention that we give to ourselves. Here at Eastpoint, we believe the love of Jesus starts across the table as we love those in our homes. From there, it expands to our neighbors as we share across the fence. As we engage at work, sharing across the cubicle we continue to serve. Our recreation offers an opportunity as we share perhaps across the treadmill. We may even venture across the tracks where we can demonstrate the love of Jesus we wouldn’t normally cross paths with or even feel comfortable doing so. We want to help your engagement in these five areas as you present a tasty appetizer of God’s Kingdom to Greater Portland and beyond.
Just Love Donations!
Show some love for survivors of human trafficking by dropping off any of the following items:
- Laundry Detergent (sensitive skin)
- dish soap
- dishwasher soap, dish soap
- paper towels
- toilet paper
- clorox or disinfecting wipes
- windex (or other cleaning solutions)
- toilet cleaner
- soap/body wash for sensitive skin
- deodorant (sensitive skin)
- lotion (sensitive skin)
For more information, email email@example.com.
Cancer Prayer and Support Group
Bringing Light to Portland
It is our desire to show love to everyone we meet, just as Jesus calls us to do. So, once a month, we head out into Portland to walk the streets and intentionally show love to those we encounter. We first meet here at The Point for a time of prayer before we head out into the city. Below are the dates that we will be going:
- Saturday, January 12th from 10am-12pm
- Saturday, February 9th from 10am-12pm
For more information about these events, please contact Tom Fickeisen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastpoint is on a mission to be a sending church seeking to reach the unreached. We are in the early stages of identifying locations and equipping those who would go. If you have question about the future of missions at Eastpoint please contact Kurt Holmgren.