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At Sisters Community Church, our goal is to cultivate community wherever we are.  Getting to know people and serving their needs is a great way to do that.  Listed below are the many services and activities we offer to the Sisters community.  
If you are interested in getting involved, we would love to have you join us!  

Community Outreach

During this time of uncertainty, we are responding to the needs of our community as they develop.  At the church, we have an emergency needs coordinator available to link those who are shut in and need errands run, deliveries made, or other assistance with our team of volunteers in our congregation.  Give us a call at 541-549-1201 or click here to get help or learn about SCC's pandemic policy.  We look forward to hearing from you.
Please don't go through this time alone.  We are here to help!  God bless you!
Sisters Community Church members helped donate tools, food, and supplies to the McKenzie Bridge & Rainbow evacuees trying to rebuild their homes after the devastating fires ravaged their towns.  Donations helped buy a new falling saw for Tyee Burwell who ruined his own saw helping others.

"Tyee has worked everyday since the fire without a single whole day off. He never asked for anything in return while he and his family helped dozens of not hundreds of people and you have just helped him immeasurably. Thank you so much!!!!
One of the biggest projects in McKenzie Bridge and other towns devastated by the wildfires this year is building sheds for people who lost their homes. If volunteers are interested, they can come to a build day. They will show you how they cut the sheds, transport them in pieces, and then build sheds on people's properties. If anyone wants to get involved and help either financially or just spend a weekend helping put a shed together, they would love for you to come out.

Sisters Community Resources

connect Sisters community needs with volunteers during the pandemic.
Sisters Transportation and Ride Share
Call the dispatcher at 541-904-5545 Tues/Thurs 10am-2pm to schedule a ride to medical appointments. Drivers are available weekdays 8am-5pm.
Food Ministry
Drive through pick-up of food boxes for those in need, Thursdays between 12:30-1:30pm at the Wellhouse Church Annex building.
Senior Meals
Free meals for anyone over 60.  Drive through to pick up meals Tues, Wed, Thurs at SCC circle drive from 12:00 - 12:30pm. Donations accepted.

Firewood ministry

Providing wood for SCC families as well as people in the community in need.   Grab an axe and chainsaw and let's get cutting! Our mission is to stockpile wood to provide to families in need during our coldest months to keep them warm! If you would like to help cut, split, stack, pick up and deliver the wood, or if you are in need of firewood, please contact the church office at  (541) 549-1201.

mission quilters

Mission Quilters meets every 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month
from 9:30 am - 2:30 pm in the Beach Room
Join Barb as she describes the ministry of the Mission Quilters in this video. See the room where they work, watch long-arm quilting in process, and join in as the group prays for the quilts they make and give away to those in need.

Quilting Room

SCC has a quilting room specifically for the Mission Quilters ministry.  Because of generous donations, they are able to make beautiful quilts that are professionally sewn to give to those in need.

Join the Effort

If you love to sew and want to join in the quilting effort at SCC, please bring your sewing machine on Mondays at the church.  If you are new to quilting or don't know how to sew, there are many folks willing to help you learn.  

Spread the Comfort

Help Mission Quilters raise funds for local missions by purchasing one of their handmade quilts during the "Spread the Comfort" quilt sales.  Put your name into the drawing to win a chance to purchase the quilt of the month!

Pacific Crest Trail Angels

During summer in Sisters, SCC Trail Angels give rides to and from Mckenzie and Santiam Passes to Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) hikers on their way from the Mexican border to the Canadian border (or vice versa).  

SCC scholarship

SCC Scholarship for high school students pursuing higher education

This year, 2020, the SCC scholarship went to Kaylee Huber, a Sisters High School senior.  Kaylee lettered in many sports programs, and also participated in band, faith club, and yearbook, all while maintaining exceptional grades during high school.  She is planning to attend California Baptist University majoring in Criminal Justice/Criminology this fall.  
"Thank you so much for supporting me
on my journey!"  
-Kaylee Huber

We are grateful for the opportunity to support local Christian high school students as they pursue professional degrees and influence our world for Christ.