How we serve

Hospitality and service are a huge part of who we are. We hope that you’ll feel the love.

Brigid’s-to-Go

Brigid’s-to-Go, formerly “Brigid’s Table,” is named for St. Brigid of Kildaire, whose ministry to the poor extended well beyond traditional parish boundaries. Each Tuesday night, volunteers prepare and distribute meals to neighbors from near and far. To volunteer, contact the church office. 

Rahab’s Sisters

Since its inception in 2003, our church has been home to Rahab’s SIsters, a ministry of radical hospitality to vulnerable women which offers a nutritious meal and a variety of supportive resources every Friday evening. To learn more about Rahab’s Sisters or to volunteer, visit rahabs-sisters.org

Montavilla Emergency Warming Shelter

MEWS is a queer/trans organized, low barrier shelter rooted in anti-racist, trauma informed, and harm reduction approaches to community care and mutual aid. MEWS provides shelter at Ss Peter & Paul/Ss Pedro y Pablo from 7pm to 7am whenever the overnight low temperature is forecast to be 32° or below and they have enough volunteers to safely open. For more information about MEWS or to volunteer, visit mewscollective.org

Crisis Kitchen Pdx

Crisis Kitchen is a significant contributor to Portland’s mutual aid network. Their mission is simple: “We make food and we give it to hungry people.” The church is happy to provide the host kitchen for Crisis Kitchen, whose volunteers use the space to prepare delicious, nutritious food seven days a week. For more information about Crisis Kitchen or to donate, visit crisiskitchenpdx.com/