Presbyterian Friendship Center
The Presbyterian Friendship Center (known by church members as the “PFC”) is a spacious meeting facility completed in 2000. It is used for church activities and is also available for rental by the public for purposes consistent with the mission of the church. The building is directly across the street from the church. It is handicap-accessible and includes a fully equipped kitchen.
The Friendship Center is used regularly for Monday evening Boy Scouts (during the school year) Wednesday Church Fellowship Night (during the school year) Holiday dinners provided by Neighbor to Neighbor for the community (Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas).
Other events are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis, although church use takes priority. Recent events held at the PFC include:
Wedding and anniversary receptions.
Graduation and birthday parties.
Holiday dinners and brunches.
Memorial services and luncheons.
Sports injury workshops.
Boy Scouts meetings.
Health fairs and exercise classes.
Staff retreats and holiday parties.
Fundraising events for various local non-profit organizations (e.g., Youth for Christ, Shelter from the Storm, Pink Ladies of Grande Ronde Hospitol, EOU Chamber Choir).
"If the date you are looking at is reserved, please contact the church office as schedules do change."