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Partnering In Mission

Shepherd of the Hills' Mission and Outreach Ministry works closely with the following groups:

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Shelter Network

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SOTH has a team of ladies that prepare and deliver 3 meals for the Applewood Community Church that is a food host site for the central area.  The meals may be frozen and served to homeless adults when the weather is cold. Contact Jan West

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The Action Center

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The Action Center provides food, clothing and community resources toward reaching the goal of sustainability for all individuals and families they serve in Jefferson County. At SOTH we collect food and hygiene items the first Sunday of the month, food for a traditional Thanksgiving meal and host a Neighborhood Food Drive in the fall. We also collect School Supplies annually.  We gather groups together, that sometimes include kids, for hands-on volunteering: to pack and distribute School Supplies, and participate in Holiday Gift Distribution. We encourage individuals and Small Groups to sign up to volunteer for boxing up Thanksgiving food, work shifts at the Beautiful Junk Sale, sort clothing, and organize food at the Action Center. Contacts: Sue Osborn and Miguel Rocha.

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Family Promise

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Family Promise of Greater Denver typically serves 8 families at a time, who are experiencing homelessness, by providing a path to permanent stability. They serve adults, single or couples, and their children. SOTH has partnered with Family Promise for over 20 years as a host congregation housing families for one week at a time up to 4 times per year rotating hosting with other faith communities. Many of the adults work, and others go to the day site every day where they have access to resources for finding jobs and housing. Hosting provides opportunities for our entire congregation to volunteer during our host week including bringing food items, hosting during dinner, overnight hosting, doing bedding laundry, etc.  Contacts: Mark and Diane Herman and Jim Stockwell.

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Habitat for Humanity

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Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver is supported by faith groups.  SOTH is one of the 7 other churches in The Carpenter’s Helpers.  Participants volunteer to help with the construction of new homes in metro Denver. Contact George Horning or Jan West.

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La Puente

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La Puente Home, Alamosa serves the San Luis Valley in south-central Colorado and is the size of Massachusetts. They provide a network of services including a homeless shelter, food banks, clothing banks, rural outreach to folks living off the grid, street outreach to people experiencing homelessness, job and housing case management services, and other programs for families and for kids. Everyone is treated with dignity and respect. SOTH partners with La Puente by collecting their most needed items during our Summer Market and prior to our Intergenerational Alamosa Mission Trips. During our Mission Trip we typically prepare meals and serve the community in a variety of ways. Contact: Sue Osborn.

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Cross Cultural Covenant Community

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Cross Cultural Covenant Community is a Denver Presbytery ministry.  SOTH is one of 7 other churches:  Grace Presbyterian, Vietnamese Presbyterian Fellowship, Church of the Hills, Bethel Presbyterian Church, First Presbyterian Church of Littleton, and Valverde Presbyterian Church.  They support interaction with people and churches from different cultures. Contacts: Robert and Eunice Williams

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