Churches throughout the Kelso/Longview area are working together to provide a place where 24/7 Prayer and worship can happen. TRiHOP is open every morning from 5:00 AM to 7:00 AM and on Monday, Tuesday, Thusday and Friday evenings from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. It's a place to come and meet with God, coporately and individually. TRiHOP is supported by local area Believers who want to see a place in Cowlitz County devoted to 24/7 prayer.
CPC is a local outreach ministry that provides emotional, spiritual and practical support for those who are dealing with an unexpected pregnancies. They offer free pregnancy tests, counseling, baby clothes, etc. to those who need encouragement and support. They are located at 1010 Fir St., Longview, WA. (360) 636-3333 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Love INC (Love In the Name of Christ) enables churches in a community to coordinate their resources and services so those in need are not turned away. As churches join together to show Christ's love to their neighbors, communities see exciting results. People in need receive immediate and long-term help. Church members use their unique gifts and talents through specific, manageable opportunities to serve others. Churches work together, across denominational lines, modeling the unity of the body of Christ. Lives and communities are transformed. Contact Love INC Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM at (360) 232-8576 or email at: email@example.com
The Cowlitz Chaplaincy is commited to provide support services to local Fire, Police, and EMS personel and their families. The also provide crisis intervention support to the local communities in their time of need. Chaplains serve as caregivers to anyone who needs emotional and spiritual support, irregardless of their beliefs. Their services are free. The Chaplaincy is supported by local churches and individules. They have offices at 208 Fischers Lane, Kelso, WA. (360) 577-3092.
Representing First Nations people as a follower of Jeshua, Jerry Chapman (Sto:lo) ministers to his local community in Cowlitz County, Wash., throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada and overseas. Jerry has been gifted with a unique form of prophetic worship through drumming, which led to the name of his ministry: “Drumspeaker to the Nations.” He not only ministers through worship, he presents the Gospel to First Nations people in a culturally relevant way. He hand-crafts most of the native drums and percussion instruments he uses, and often presents drums he has made as gifts during ministry events he is invited to.
email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ambassadors of Hope Kenya ministries care for widows, orphans and at-risk children in Kenya East Africa. High-Gates Educational Center and support group provides a place for the vulnerable and orphan children to be fed, cared for, and educated. The care and education these children receive is characterized by excellence in the pursuit of truth from a Christ-centered world view. They also care for the widows by providing food, and building homes to help them have hope and dignity.