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Heart for the Mission

Every heart seen, every hand helping.

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The Mission

One of the great tragedies of our generation is that some people are invisible and their cries go unheard. Our vision for Heart for the Mission is that by addressing people's practical needs, locally and globally, they will experience the love of God and know that they are seen. We will do this through a special, collective offering during the month of December and during our Christmas Eve services. Learn how to give and read about the inspiring initiatives below.

We're so excited to share the results of the 2020 Heart for the Mission Offering! Click the button below to view the full detailed report, including how the funds will be allocated to local and global missions.

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Ways to Give

It's easy and convenient to give to Heart for the Mission. Thank you for your generosity. 


Give online by card or bank account. To designate your offering, select the Heart for the Mission Fund when you give.

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Text the amount you wish to give to 971-407-1645 plus the code HEART to the number below. (Example: "100 Heart") 

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Download the ShelbyNEXT | Giving App to your phone and search for East Hill Foursquare Church. Available on The App Store and Google Play.

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Mail your offering to PO Box 650, Gresham, Oregon 97030

Sponsored Initiatives

We have the opportunity to highlight and support both local and global outreach initiatives through the Heart for the Mission offering. By giving, you're helping to propel these initiatives forward. Through your generosity, lives will be changed and many people will come to know the love of Jesus. Thank you for planting the seed.


Africa New Life aims to transform lives through meeting basic needs, to give hope for the future for those living in poverty in Rwanda, and to share the freedom and hope found in Christ. At the heart of our model for breaking cycles of poverty is educational sponsorship. With a high school education, or a vocational equivalent, children in Rwanda have hope for the future. Click the button to watch our video interview with Alan Hotchkiss, Executive Director of Africa New Life.

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The Rockwood CDC is a non-profit organization serving all Oregon residents, with focus on the low-income and middle-income residents, small businesses, and immigrants/refugees through the development of social, economic and housing systems. Contact the Rockwood CDC at 503-847-9163. Click the button to watch our video interview with Rockwood CDC.

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My Father’s House is a family shelter in Gresham, OR that provides a safe environment for 41 families.  A place families can stay together as they address their spiritual, physical, emotional, and relational issues and needs. For volunteer information, please contact Sara at  Click the button to watch our video interview with MFH Executive Director, Cathe Wiese.

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HOLLA is a grassroots culturally responsive mentorship movement that connects with families, administrators, teachers, and nonprofits to recognize the power and potential of Black and Brown youth. Mentors engage relationally with students both in and out of school. They provide opportunities for representation, enrichment and exposure through athletics, arts aviation, outdoors and college preparations. To get involved or need more information go to or contact   

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Safe Families for Children is a faith-based community services movement that serves vulnerable, isolated families in crisis. When a family faces a crisis like substance abuse or homelessness without the benefit of healthy support from relatives or friends, it has the potential to lead to abuse or neglect. The Church is commanded to care for orphans and widows, and is best equipped to meet this need.  To get involved please contact Safe Families for Children at 503-906-1027. Click the button to watch our video interview with Steve Pringle, Executive Director of Safe Families PDX.

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East Hill Church has been called to serve the people of Nigeria. Through our partnership with Pastor Isaac and Sarah Komolafe, the East Hill Church Family has completed 20 wells for fresh water, 2 nursery/primary schools, 1 pastors training school, funded 3 church buildings, and built and helped maintain the operation of a medical clinic. Click the button to watch a special video interview with Pastor Isaac from Nigeria.

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Based in Gresham, Oregon, the mission of this charity is to bring hope and help to orphans, widows, the poor and the forgotten in developing countries. Apple of His Eye wants to see even the most vulnerable equipped with the tools and opportunities to break the cycle of poverty. Please check out ways you can get involved on the Apple of His Eye Charity website. Click the button below for a special video interview.


Hope For Haiti's work impacts individual Haitians, empowering them to act and change their own nation. Hope for Haiti is equipping a new generation with a vision and the skills to make the dream a reality. They focus on education, medical care, spiritual development, community growth and environmental education, tools and resources. Click the button to watch our video interview with Jean Eloi, founder of Hope for Haiti.

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North Gresham Elementary is a local school in the GBSD that East Hill has established a relationship with to help support students and families. Some of the families but not all have struggled especially during the Pandemic to make ends meet without the daily support of teachers and supporting staff while social distancing. We are excited to partner with the principal and staff at North Gresham Elementary.


Our long-term missionary family to Kraków, Poland. Click the button to watch our video interview with the Mielonens.


Foursquare Missions emissaries to East and South Africa.


Foursquare Missions emissaries, serving on a missionary care team. Click the button to watch our video interview with the Kieselhorsts.