Sunriver Christian Fellowship has recently purchased a building that is currently under renovation. Part of this renovation will be a new kitchen connected to the upstairs Fellowship Hall.
Andi Northcote’s gentle and wise leadership gave much to the Sunriver community, where she and her husband Phil settled almost 20 years ago after careers in Southern California. Andi continued her involvement with organizations that work to help make the world a better place for families and children through volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity and Sunriver Christian Fellowship, among others.
Andi was the creative spirit behind turning a small Christmas craft/bake sale into the amazing ‘Visions of Sugar Plums,’ which raises thousands of dollars each year for Habitat for Humanity,
Care and Share, and other community non-profit organizations.
To honor Andi, SCF will dedicate the kitchen in the new church to her. ‘Andi’s Kitchen’ will be a place for the church to prepare meals, prep for Visions of Sugar Plums, and gather to do God’s work in our community. We hope, with this new kitchen facility, to do community outreach and ministry.
In Andi’s memory, a fundraising campaign is underway to raise $100,000 to complete the kitchen. If you would like to help honor her, please consider making a donation. Checks may be sent to Sunriver Christian Fellowship, 18160 Cottonwood Road, #266, Sunriver, OR 97707. Andi’s Kitchen should be noted on the memo line.