First Image Catalyst

Equipping people to live out their passion for pre-born children, mothers facing unplanned pregnancy, and the redemption of sexual and relational brokenness by helping them become confident advocates within their spheres of influence.

Catalyst Training

At First Image, our approach is unique.

In an increasingly polarized and politicized society, especially when it comes to sexuality and abortion, people often get lost. Our mission is to be present with people that are impacted by sexual brokenness and abortion and offer the hope of Jesus Christ in the midst of their very real struggle. We work to live out the heart of God and offer the life-affirming message that everyone is made in the image of God and has worth and value.

There are many people that are passionate about what we do and want to get connected, but don’t know where to start. If that’s you, consider attending Catalyst. You will learn more about who we are and those we serve. Along with learning more about our mission, vision and core values. You will become equipped to live out your passion, conviction and compassion for the unborn, the vulnerable, mothers facing unplanned pregnancy, and those facing sexual brokenness and past abortions.

A catalyst is defined as a person that provokes significant change or action and  this training will  help those connected to us be confident advocates for the cause within their churches, in the community, and beyond in Jesus name.

Several times a year we do this half-day training to give people what they need to talk clearly and confidently about our mission and to get others connected to First Image. This training is free of charge and we provide lunch! Join us. 

Want to come to a training? Contact Rachel to register.

Contact Rachel Boyd

Upcoming Dates:
June 2, 2018 and October 13, 2018

Time: 9am-1:30pm

Registration is free and lunch is provided!

Location for June 2, 2018: 1315 SE 20th Ave Portland, OR 97214 (this is the Hinson Church Office Building 1 block from the main Hinson Church building)