St. Anne’s hosts several outreach ministries:

Resource Hour

Resource hour meets on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 3-4pm downstairs in the Parish Hall,Council for the Homeless logo and we invite various agencies to attend and present what they can do to help those with needs:

Columbia River Mobile Health (CRMH), Council for the Homeless, Lifeline, and Recovery Café. They provide many services for those with needs. CRMH help guests get medical insurance, provide counseling, and help guests get phones. Council for the Homeless help our guests get registered in the system and help with their follow-ups to get them into housing. Lifeline brings snacks and offer counseling. Recovery Café provides counseling for those with addiction issues.  The Resouce Guide from the Council for the Homeless is very valuable. Through the resources that we provide one of our long time Safe Stay guests found housing, one of our new guests was able to get health insurance, one of our guests was able to get their teeth fixed. Many of our guests continue following up with both CRMH and Council for the homeless on a regular basis to help them on to the next phase of their journeys.  SeaMar comes to Resource hour and can provide transportation, offer medical and dental services, help with housing, and increase access for people on SSI and SSDI. Please contact our deacon, The Rev. Sheryl Haase, with any questions.

Safe Stay Program

St. Anne’s Safe Stay program honors our commitment to serve our community by providing a place for people living in their cars to park at night. If interested in joining the program please contact the office during normal business hours or send an e-mail to Mary Tipton, Chair, or the office at

Required Documents: Safe Car Camping | Code of Conduct | Parking Permit 

Recovery Café 

Recovery Café of Clark County meets in the St. Anne’s Parish Hall in Washougal, every Monday from 9am-1pm.

ReFuel Washougal

Refuel Washougal logoCome join us for this rewarding ministry of feeding the hungry in our community. St. Anne’s participates in the City of Washougal’s ReFuel program, which provides a hot meal every Friday evening at the Washougal Community Center on C Street right next to the Library on in Washougal. We prep the meals between 2-4pm and server from 4-6pm. Our service dates for 2024 are: 01/12, 03/15, 05/17, 07/12/, 09/13, and 11/08/. Please email Fran Whitmeyer to volunteer or with any questions. The city also offers a severe weather shelter at the same location.

Food Pantryfood pantry

Little Library & Pantry – This little kiosk sits by the sidewalk and is stocked with food for the mind, soul, and body. Members of the community help us keep it full. Here’s a list of our most needed items. Please pick up  some extra food items on your next shopping trip and donate them to the food pantry.        

Laundry Love Project

This program helps people in need wash their clothes. This is an ongoing community-wide program that St. Anne’s supports. Bring your quarters, dollars, or checks (made out to Camas Friends Church, note in memo line: Laundry Love) and put in the jar at the back of the church.  Friends Church gives cards to those needing to wash their clothes which they redeem for quarters at the laundromat.  Friends Church then reimburses the laundromat.  You can read about it at:

Other Resources In the Community

  • Babies In Need Every month about 35 of the 550+ babies born in Clark & Cowlitz Counties need our help when their families find themselves struggling to provide the basics for their care.  We work with local social workers to ensure that every newborn in Southwest Washington has essential clothing, bedding and car seats. Our gift packs provide these and other items parents need during their baby’s first three months of life.
  • Lutheran Community Services Northwest(Vancouver Office): Provides a variety of services in Clark county, notably refugee and immigrant services.  See their website for volunteer opportunities.
  • Outsiders Inn: tackling the problem of homelessness, separation and discrimination through advocacy, awareness and support.
  • Safe Stay Community City of Vancouver
  • Washington Independent Living Guide This link has many resources for you and your family when considering senior care living facilities.
  • West Columbia Gorge Humane Society
  • YMCA Clark County
  • YWCA Clark County