Calling all Sisters: Announcing our wonderful Annual Event, Mother's Tea.





Mothers, daughters, friends and neighbors come along and enjoy a fabulous classic afternoon tea party with friends!
 Saturday, May 7th, 2016 from 2:00-4:30pm in the Parish Hall of St. John the Evangelist Episcopal in Milwaukie Afternoon festivities will consist of a guest speaker, fantastic silent auction, piano music and much more!
Plus a variety of tea choices, delicious sweet and savory treats, flavorful finger sandwiches and plenty of pastries will be provided.

 Bring a donation of packaged panties to support women in need and earn bonus raffle tickets!






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Thank You for your service Adele

Adele Kubein served with Rahab’s Sisters and was a board member for our organization up until 2015.  

When thinking of Adele these words come to mind:
         Compassion
         Empathy
         Kindness
         Involved and Committed Board Member
         Kitchen Boss
         Radical Hospitality
         Street Smart
         Justice
         Vision
         Dedicated Volunteer
         Intolerance for children going hungry
         Mentor to the grant writing process


Adele in her time with Rahab’s Sisters helped expand the meaning and practice of radical hospitality. Adele was a survivor of homelessness and the sex industry who this past Spring was awarded her Doctorate of Anthropology by Oregon State University. She will be missed.  

Upcoming Training! January 12th

Education & Training Night!  
January 12th: 6:30-8:30pm at Saints Peter and Paul Episcopal Church
247 SE 82nd Ave. in Portland, 97215


You're invited to Rahab's Sister's for a training event focused on expressions of radical hospitality! This event will feature an expert panel including officers from our local police's sex-trafficking unit and a trauma-informed counselor. They will be sharing their insights and experiences from their work with high-risk populations.  We'll begin with learning more about the context and experience of the women who come as guests and then lead into applying practical tips for compassionate engagement and safe de-escalation.  


This training is designed for volunteers at Rahab’s Sisters but the invitation is open and extended into the community of advocates who want to listen in and learn along, too.  With the desire for more collaboration, creativity and compassion to grow among us all, come & invite a friend!

Register HERE.  We’ll provide some light desserts and beverages along with materials for you to take notes. Bring a pair or pack of socks, gloves or hats to donate! 

For questions or more information, contact Kellycgrace@gmail.com.
We met December with the biggest challenge ever!  For the entire month of December, we are trying to raise $7200.00 to cover the costs of our security guard for our guests for 2016.

Please watch the video and donate Today!!