On behalf of Executive Chaplain David Green, the Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy Board of Directors and all of the Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy Volunteer Chaplains, please accept our heartfelt thanks for your generous donation this last year.
Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy is a 501(c)(3), non-profit ministry that exists to serve and support the hearts and minds of all law enforcement and emergency services personnel and their families within Central Oregon. While in contact with the community, it is our mission to care for the troubled and those who have endured loss; those who have been victimized by events and tragedy that have left them abandoned, helpless and without hope.
Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy provides professional training for our chaplains and consistent care and counseling to those we serve. Your donation and support will help insure that our mission to serve the hearts and minds of our first responders will continue well into the future.
Donations come from businesses, individual donors, churches, local agencies, and many of our first responders give through payroll deduction programs. Additionally, Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy host a golf tournament each year in August and provides outreach at the annual Central Oregon Sportsman Show.
Without the generous support of the wide range of Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy supporters, our chaplaincy would not exist and serve as it does.
On behalf of the Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy Chaplains, and the Central Oregon Public Safety Chaplaincy Board of Directors- thank you! We appreciate each of you and we are able to serve because of your support.
COPC is currently in need of volunteer chaplains throughout the Central Oregon area (La Pine, Bend, Redmond, Prineville, and Madras). Our goal is to bring calm to the chaos and to serve our first responders. Chaplains are dispatched or called for on-scene support for all crisis intervention and stressful situations such as a death at a home, fires, motor vehicle accidents, death notifications, etc. Chaplains also visit departments/stations and are many times just a listening ear and to be someone to confide in confidentially. We are called to be a presence of peace, to be compassionate, to be caring, to be a resource, a support, and provide prayer when needed. A chaplain is a light that shines love with Christ being the center. Our mission continues to be “Serving the Hearts and Minds of Central Oregon’s First Responders”. It is truly a calling to serve and volunteer in this capacity but is a blessing to be used by the Lord and help those that are in need and serve our first responders. If you feel that this may be where the Lord is leading you, please feel free to get a hold of me. Our website is www.copchaplain.com.
Executive Chaplain David Green; (541) 579-4269 – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our Annual Golf Tournament at Eagle Crest on August 19th. Details to come...
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