Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon

Program Areas

Community Kitchen
Program Categories:
Education
Agricultural
Cooking / Food Preparation
Food Handling / Food Safety
Menu Planning / Recipes
Nutrition
Contact:Intaba Liff-Anderson, Community Kitchen Coordinator
phone: 541-754-6958
Interfaith Food & Farms Partnership
Program Categories:
Farmers' Market
Organic Available
Contact:Cristina Stella, Farm to Congregation Coordinator
phone: 503-221-1054
Market Location:First Presbyterian Church, Redeemer Lutheran Church, Lincoln Street United Methodist Church; Portland
Market Days:Sunday
Market Time:9:00am-12:00pm
Low-income Cooking Classes
Program Categories:
Education
Agricultural
Budgeting / Shopping
Cooking / Food Preparation
Food Handling / Food Safety
Menu Planning / Recipes
Nutrition
Contact:Cristina Stella, Farm to Congregation Coordinator
phone: 503-221-1054
That's My Farmer
Program Categories:
Farmers' Market
Organic Available
Contact:Anna Cates, That's My Farmer Coordinator
phone: 541-757-1988
Market Location:Corvallis

General Organization Info

Contact Info:Jenny Holmes
Email contact form
phone: 503-221-1054 ext:
fax: 503-223-7007
Mailing Address:
0245 SW Bancroft St, Suite B
Portland, OR 97239
Physical Address:
0245 SW Bancroft St, Suite B
Portland, OR 97239
United States
Website:not entered
National, State, Local and/or Regional Affiliation:State
Service Area:Portland, Oregon
Counties Served:
Benton
Multnomah
Membership-based:Yes
Uses National Service Volunteers:Yes
Organization is an Oregon Food Bank Member Agency:Yes
Organization Type:
Educational
Faith-Based
Non-Profit
Full-Time Paid Staff:50-99
Annual Budget:$1,000,000+
Year Founded:1973
Current Volunteers:1500
Needs Additional Volunteers:Yes
Offers Internships:Yes
Has Computer:Yes
Will Update Info Annually:Yes
Mission/
Specific Program Goals:
A statewide association of Christian denominations, congregations, ecumenical organizations, and interfaith partners that work together as people of faith to the needs of Oregonians. The mission of the Interfaith Food and Farms Partnership, a food-related project of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, is to empower faith communities, farmers, and neighborhoods to build rural-urban alliances and create innovative partnerships for just and sustainable food systems.
Service Locations:
Church / Synagogue / Mosque / Temple
Additional Program Areas:
Economic Development
Emergency Food
Environment