Who We Are
At Shepherd’s House Ministries, we strive to feed the hungry and to shelter the homeless, but our deeper aim is to walk alongside the hurting and the needy to effectively address the life-controlling issues that perpetuate the long-term cycles of pain and homelessness. In an environment of grace, our goal is not to modify behavior. Our goal is to see hearts healed and lives changed from the inside out.
Why We Exist
Shepherd’s House Ministries exists to teach, train, and equip. We create and implement high-impact, transformative programs that God uses to radically change lives.
Teaching, Training, & Equipping
Adult Extended Living Communities
Adult Learning Center
The founders of Shepherd’s House Ministries are called to be the Church, city leaders, and business leaders.
As the Church, their mission is to create an authentic community of grace.
As city leaders, they want to become a positive force in their communities.
As business leaders, they seek to present Shepherd’s House Ministries as a benefit to our community that is worth supporting.
How You Can Help
If you believe in the work that we are doing at Shepherd’s House Ministries and want to get involved, here are a few things you can do:
Donate Towards the Cause
Help fund the change with a monthly or one-time donation. Your donation is 100% tax deductible, and all proceeds go directly toward making a difference in the lives of those who need support in our community.
Share Your Blessings
Donate necessary supplies like food, clothing, and hygiene items. We often take these basic resources for granted – because for someone without access to a clean toothbrush or warm meal, it makes all the difference.
Share your skills, your presence, and your heart by volunteering in one of the many positions we have available – you can serve by tending our front desk, serving food, guest speaking, and much more.
Spread the Word
Become a part of our social community – our catalyst for sharing important information that will help to educate the public about homelessness, promote opportunities to get involved, and get us closer to our goal of ending this epidemic in Central Oregon.