In Mulieribus Musical Benefit for Rahab's Sisters!

Join us for a benefit concert for Rahabs Sisters presented by the ladies of In Mulieribus on Friday, April 17th at 7:30 pm at Sts Peter and Paul Episcopal Church (8147 SE Pine St in Portland). The program will feature a variety of vocal works spanning from as early as the 11th century all the way to the 20th century.

In Mulieribus - the Latin phrase meaning "amongst women" - is committed to serving the community with their art, and dedicating a portion of their proceeds to local not-for-profit organizations that serve women in need. 

$10 for students and $15 for all others! Purchase tickets at the door.

Rahab's Sister 2015 Mother's Tea

Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 9th for the 2015 Rahab's Sisters Mother's Tea! This is Rahab's Sisters largest fundraiser all year so please come and lend your support!

You can expect finger sandwiches and foods, men in tuxedos serving a variety of teas, women with big fancy hats, and raffle items along with a whole lot of fun and laughter.

Admission is $15 or two packages of women's underwear.

We hope to see you there! More info to come so check back often! Here are some pics from last year's event!

Rahab's Sister's Musical Fundraiser coming March 29th!

Join us on Sunday, March 29th at McMenamins White Eagle for a musical benefit for Rahab's Sisters.

Performers include:
Rob Johnston and the Broken Strings
Mutual Spacematics
Doogan Holler

Free Admission. Show starts at 7 pm.

A percentage of food and drinks sold and all artists proceeds will go to Rahab's Sisters!

Monetary donations and new women's socks and underwear will be accepted at this event.

Come eat, drink and hear some great music all benefiting a great cause!

Rahab's Sisters featured on Portland Radio Project

We are excited to tell you that we will be the focus of a week-long public service series airing on Portland Radio Project,, beginning Monday, March 2nd.

We are proud to be among the local nonprofits to be featured in their public service series: "Community Voices." The series will feature interviews with volunteers, board members and guests. Stories will air at 9:40 am Monday through Friday, repeating during the 3 pm hour, with rotating public service announcements throughout the week. In addition, a longer audio will be posted on the website.

We encourage you to visit and tune into the stream the week of March 2-5 to hear their coverage of our work!

Update: Listen to the interviews from our amazing volunteers and guests below:

Mary Dettman, Chair Emeritus and Kimberly McClain, Board Chair

Sarah Johnson, Third Week Team Lead Volunteer

RS Guests Mary and Christy

Mary Dettman, Chair Emeritus

2015 Volunteer training dates announced

Mark your calendar for the next two Volunteer Training dates, June 13th and October 17th (both Saturdays) from noon to two pm at Sts Peter and Paul Church at 8147 SE Pine St in Portland. Training topics to be determined. Check back for more updates.

Join us for Undy Sunday on February 15th!

February 15th is Undy Sunday, an opportunity to show your love for the women that Rahab’s Sisters regularly serves. Gather up the panties you have either been buying or intending to buy and donate them to Rahab’s Sisters. All size panties are welcome, especially the very small (size 5 and 6) and larger (size 11, 12 & 13). 

Why not ask your church or community to take part in this project. All it takes is someone willing to advertise and a box or basket to collect the donations. After February 15, just get in touch with Rahab’s Sisters either by calling Mary at 503.502.5784 or emailing us at to arrange a pickup.

Rahab's Sisters Volunteer Training on February 7th!

Are you a current volunteer or interested in finding out more about volunteering with Rahab's Sisters? Join us for our next Volunteer Training on Saturday, February 7th at Sts Peter and Paul Church (8147 SE Pine St) from Noon to 2 pm.

Rahab's Sisters is an all volunteer non profit that offers "Radical Hospitality" and a supportive presence to women marginalized by the sex industry, domestic violence, poverty, substance abuse, and homelessness. Our sisters are welcomed without judgement, just as they are, no strings attached, no questions asked. Our mission is to respond to our sisters in a servant spirit and to improve their lives even if it is for just a few hours on Friday evenings. Rahab's Sisters is theologically informed but not faith based. 

This training will not only cover subjects pertinent to Rahab's Sisters volunteers but there will be time for questions and answers regarding volunteering along with volunteer appreciation!

Please RSVP to