Saturday May 27th 2017
Grace Community Church 800 SE Hogan Road in Gresham
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
$15 Registration per family includes continental breakfast provided for moms, light lunch for moms and separate lunch for kids provided.
Child care provided for up to 10 years old – child care cost $5.00 extra
- Financial planning/budgeting
- Healthy Routines/Organization/
- Renters 101
- Employment Skills
- How to co-parent/get along with ex
- Warning signs of an abuser
Information tables with community resources will also be available during the event. Questions, call 503.567.1212.
Registration fees are being used exclusively for this event. Please pay if you can but your participation is the most important thing. All scholarships will be honored. Please contact us with any questions.
After completing your registration – please visit our PayPal Link per your registration.
What does Extending Grace do?
We provide connections to resources for single moms as well as assist local churches create support networks specifically targeting single parents. We are dedicated to providing guidance and support to help single moms succeed financially, parenting and spiritually. We are a fully accredited 501c3 nonprofit.
Single mothers are far more likely than dual parent households to need government assistance such as food cards, Section 8 housing and health insurance.
Single Mothers are often lacking reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.
Single Mothers frequently struggle with child care amplified by a lack of adequate family support.
Let’s Get Real
Single mothers find it hard to find where they “fit in” and find it hard to find community not just in their community but in the body as well.
Less than 5 Churches in the Greater Portland Metro Area have a specific ministry to single mothers. Oddly, single parenting touches on all aspects of being married and being single all at once.
Single Parent families are the common modern family. It is one the church needs to understand and come to grips with; it is not the ideal and most any single parent will tell you that while it is not what they envisioned, it is their new reality. Now it is the nation’s reality and the body of Christ’s new reality.