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Evacuation Site Closed at OroNaz

On Saturday, December 1st the Evacuation Shelter closed at OroNaz. All of the Evacuees have been transferred to a long-term shelter at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds. We anticipate several more weeks of clean up at the OroNaz facility before we can return to ministry and worship there. Once again, we have decided to accept the generous offer from Pastor Kenny Malone and his church in Thermalito to make space for us to gather to worship at 4pm. We anticipate we will be there for the next three Sundays. It is our hope to be ready to return to our regular facility by Sunday, December 23rd. Thank you for your prayers and patience as we work to clean up and repair the facility so it is safe for all.
We saw about 700 people in and around our facility in the first few days of the shelter on November 8th & 9th. Prior to closing we housed about 65 evacuees inside and another 35 outside. The Salvation Army did a great job providing food for all evacuees throughout this time.  We greatly appreciate the many who volunteered as well as the help from the Red Cross, the County, State, National Guard and Salvation Army. We could not have done it without all of your participation.

Information Update

DONATIONS:
The Hope Center has established a new Camp Fire Donation site at 2850 Feather River Blvd, Oroville. The site is closed on Sundays, open until 5pm Monday through Saturday.

To receive donations, families need to show documentation that they are registered as an evacuee.The Municipal Auditorium is the location where evacuees can get help with clothes, and other items. Call the Hope Center for more information and hours of operation. Please do not drop off donations at the Oroville Church of the Nazarene campus. You still give financially by writing Camp Fire in the memo line of your check and either drop it off at the Church or mail it to OroNaz, 2238 Monte Vista Ave, Oroville Ca. 95966. You can also give online by clicking the box below. Once on our pay site select the box: “Camp Fire”.

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Whether you’re hungry or hurt, lonely or lost, full of questions or looking for a home, we think you’ll find that you fit in at OroNaz.  Click here to find out more about us.

Sunday Mornings

While we are a Red Cross Shelter our regular Sunday Morning Service is being moved to 4pm at 965 Grand Avenue in Thermalito. Click here for more information.