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March 23, 2016
Union Gospel Prepares Easter Brunch
Union Gospel Mission expects
to serve 600 to 800 meals to the
homeless at their annual Eas-
ter Brunch, a free event open to
anyone in need. The brunch takes
place at 15 N.W. Third Ave. on
Sunday, March 27 from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
The menu includes Mis-
sion-style Eggs Benedict, pota-
toes o’brien, ambrosia fruit sal-
ad, juice and coffee. In addition,
guests will receive Hope Tote hy-
giene kits, containing toothbrush-
es, toothpaste, deodorant, soap,
“We are excited to host our
Easter Sunday event and make it
a wonderful day for people who
may be struggling with homeless-
ness,” said Bill Russell, executive
director of the mission. “Most
importantly, we will share God’s
love with people on Easter.”
A guest enjoys Easter Brunch at last year’s annual holiday meal
for the homeless and people in need at Union Gospel Mission,
Union Gospel Mission is seek- give a donation, go to ugmport-
ing financial support and dona- land.org. To donate coffee, contact
tions of coffee for the event. To Lori Quinney at 503-274-4483.
Easter Services and Pancakes
Church is inviting the communi-
ty to join them for Easter. There
will be a special Sunrise service
with free pancakes at 6 a.m. on
Easter morning, Sunday, March
27 at Poshines Cafe De La Soul
at 8139 N. Denver Ave.
Then at 11 a.m., the church, lo-
cated next door at 8131 N. Den-
ver Ave., will conduct its formal
Easter Service with a rare gather-
ing of the Celebration Tabernacle
Choir! Pastor Tamara Tolbert
and Minister Elbert Mondaine III
will be singing lead on the choir
There will also be an awesome
Easter skit put on by the ever hi-
larious Jam Night Sketch Come-