Habitat for Humanity, Guatemala

We are excited to send three people to San Lucas Tolliman, Guatemala in 2019 with Evergreen Habitat for Humanity. We are helping fund their trip to help with new construction and healthy home kits (smokeless stove, latrine, and water filter), as well as connecting with families. This is an exciting opportunity for Orenco, as we will learn more about their service at a special Mission Sunday in November.

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance

Gifts to this offering provide core funding enabling immediate response to national and international disasters. We are proud of our support in the past and our ability to reach out when these disasters strike.

One Great Hour of Sharing

This offering, taken each spring, enables the church to share God's love with neighbors in need around the world by providing relief to those affected by natural disasters, provide food to the hungry, and helping to empower the poor and oppressed.

Village of Hope, Uganda

We are excited to learn more about the Village of Hope in Uganda and its important and vital ministry. Its focus is to bring healing to the hundreds of orphans affected by brutal attacks of Joseph Kony and his army. A portion of our mission budget goes to support their ministries. 

Operation Christmas Child

Since 1993, Samaritan's Purse has delivered shoebox gifts packed by caring people to more than 113 million people around the world through their Operation Christmas Child program. At Orenco, watch for information each fall as we assemble boxes to be sent overseas. A portion of our budget also helps us pay postage for these boxes.


"Every shoebox offers an opportunity to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with a hurting child." - Franklin Graham, President of Samaritan's Purse

This Child Here, Ukraine

This Child Here helps children without parents and children who are at risk in Odessa, Ukraine to help them find hope and a future. Robert Gamble, a Presbyterian minister, is the director for this ministry, serving some of the world's most vulnerable. Visit their site to also view some of Bob's incredible photography of this region and its need.