Holiday Bazaar: Shopping, Coffee, Tea and Goodies, Friendly Faces, Festive Atmosphere and Good Company!
Shop a wide variety of gift-worthy stuff for everyone on your list; all kinds of cool things!! Then sit and have a nice cup of tea or coffee, and a piece of pie! Benefits various church activities and programs.
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 2201 SW Vermont St, Portland
Saturday, November 16, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Trinity’s popular & talented Organ Scholar David Boeckh plays a full-length organ recital to benefit the Trinity Cathedral Choir’s 2020 trip to England!
TICKETS: Available now at trinity-episcopal.org/music-series or call 503.478.1201
Support local artists and the Cathedral’s Outreach Food Pantry at the annual Trinity Artisan Fair!
November 9, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
November 10, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Where: Calvary Episcopal Church; 503 N Holladay Drive; Seaside, OR 97138; 503-738-5773
When: Friday, November 8 (4:00 -6:00 p.m.); Saturday, November 9 (10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
Join us at Calvary Episcopal Church, 503 N Holladay Drive, Seaside, for our annual holiday bazaar. The doors will be open from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. on Friday, November 8. Dessert and beverages will be available.
The doors will re-open from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 9. Be sure to come hungry and enjoy lunch for purchase (11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.), including shrimp chowder or hearty soup with bread; there will also be hot dogs and a variety of pies and beverages available for lunch.
There is nothing like homemade baked goods and candy, which are featured at the bazaar: cookies, breads, fudge, fruit cakes, as well as soup mixes, jam, and other gourmet items. In addition, the bazaar will offer for sale unique kitchen items, new home decor for holiday entertaining and gift giving, unique gift bags, stained glass pieces, vintage linens, and a “gently used” table.
Raffle tickets may be purchased at $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 for a Christmas quilt created by Judy Woodmansee of Seaside. The winner need not be present for the drawing.
Community support of the bazaar enables donations to numerous charities in Clatsop County, in addition to special church projects.
November 8th and 9th from 9 am to 4 pm. Featuring unique hand-crafted items: jewelry, quilted, embroidered and sewed items, soaps, ornaments, knitted & crochet items, cards and paper crafts, art prints, sculpture, a free children’s activity table, to name a few as well as a “Make the Holiday Magical” raffle basket. Several artists have been with this faire for years. Come enjoy lunch while you shop. There will be soups, chili and desserts available as well as a table selling baked goods. A portion of the proceeds fund outreach programs of the church and a local Habitat for Humanity build.
Christ Church is located at 35350 E Division Rd, St. Helens off Hwy 30.
For more information contact Cindi Caruso 503-366-3743 or Sherine Amick 503-543-3763.
The night includes light hors d’oeuvres from Bijou and live jazz by Cheryl Alex.
Listen to jazz, meet new friends and learn more how St. Stephen’s, Portland outreach program, Clay Street Table, is expanding their outreach to other churches and locations via a new “Pop Up Pantry” pilot project.
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Bijou Cafe is located on corner of SW Third and Pine Street. Please join us!
German-themed fundraiser complete with beer, sausages, and singing.
All proceeds benefit the Cathedral Choir’s 2020 trip to England. Prost! Prost!
On Saturday, October 12, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm, Halloweentown revelers will be able to enjoy a chili supper and help house two families in St. Helens. Five churches of St. Helens are combining to share their cooking skills to raise money for two townhouses being built by Columbia County Habitat for Humanity. The hosting church, First Evangelical Lutheran, is conveniently located only six blocks from the Courthouse, at 360 Wyeth Street. (Parking is available.) The admission charge of $8 for an adult and $4 for a child will entitle guests to unlimited tastings of multiple chilis, plus cornbread and cookies. Costumed guests will also receive candy from the costumed servers.
Members of the participating churches are having fun digging out Halloween costumes and refining family chili recipes. “My son-in-law is trying to coordinate his pirate costume and his chili, experimenting with making black chili,” says Vicar Jaime Sanders of Christ Episcopal Church. Consideration is also being given to the variety of eating preferences of guests: the chilis will include vegetarian options, and Pastor Jared Maddox of First United Methodist Church promises a delicious gluten-free cornbread. Guests will be invited to vote for their favorite chili, because of course every cook thinks theirs is the best!
The Chili Cook-Off is part of the commitment by churches of the St. Helens Ministerial Association to a “Faith Build,” creating new affordable homes for two families of our community. The participating churches, First Lutheran, Plymouth Presbyterian, the Christian Church of St. Helens, First United Methodist, and Christ Episcopal, and their members, are donating the food and covering expenses, so all proceeds will go to construction costs.
Join us for an Autumn Festival in the parking lot at St. Andrews Episcopal Church. Kids Corner, Artisans and Crafters, Food, Chili Cook-off, Entertainment, Beer Garden., and more. All proceeds go to Hereford House Pantry, an outreach of St. Andrews.
Join us for a poetry reading, a glass of wine, and lively conversation with three award-winning poets: Andrea Hollander, John Brehm, and Oregon Poet Laureate Emerita Paulann Peterson.
Sponsored by First Unitarian’s Committee on Hunger and Homelessness. All proceeds go to Clay Street Table — St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church outreach meals program and food pantry.
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