Where Is The Hope?

Do you feel hopeless? Do you keep looking around for any kind of sign that things might be getting better, only to discover that somehow they get worse? Could you use a dose of hope?


Everywhere you look around you, there is division. In a world that celebrates tolerance, somehow, we are growing less tolerant and more divided every day.


With the pandemic and the PTSD nearly every American feels from the election, we are worn thin and desperate for any kind of hope we can find. But where?


With so much propaganda and such a fight to "control the narrative", we are bombarded with deception from every angle.

You might be feeling a little like this...

We get it, we've been there.

As a church we are committed to the truth. (Yes, we believe there are actual facts.) But, we are also committed to being peacemakers and ministers of reconciliation. So, we refuse to use the truth as a weapon. Instead, we believe truth should be used to set people free. 


We know these are complicated times. 


We know there is a strong perception that churches and Christians are divisive, judgmental, bigoted and closed-minded. 

We know there are many in our world today who disagree with us. 


But, we also believe that as members of the human race we are more alike than we are different. 


And we are dedicated to being a part of the solution and not a part of the problem. 

We want to be a part of the solution. 

Even if you vehemently disagree with us, we think we can work together to make Vancouver a better place to live. 

If you want to help us figure out how to mend some of the wounds that have been festering, get in touch, give us a call, come to a service, volunteer at the food pantry or send us a message on Facebook

We would just love to talk to you about how, together, we can make a difference. 

SixEight Food Pantry

The SixEight Food Pantry IS OPEN during the Covid 19 Stay At Home Order and beyond.

The SixEight Food Pantry is operating back to normal operation. Our normal hours of operation are every Tuesday from 4-7pm, or by appointment from 11am to noon. We serve the zip codes 98665, 98663, 98685 and 98686. Please bring a utility bill or evidence of address.

We do not have the ability to deliver food boxes at this time. We do not have any financial assistance available, please call 211 for assistance. 

We are located at 8802 NW 9th Ave. in Vancouver, 98665. From I-5, take exit 4, the 78th street exit and head west on 78th st for 7/10ths of a mile. At the light at the top of the hill, turn right onto nw 9th ave. SixEight church is half a mile down nw 9th ave on the left between Jason Lee Middle School and Eisenhower Elementary School

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