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Serving in our Community 2017-09-22T09:38:05+00:00

 

We recognize there are many great organizations and ministries who are equipped to meet the variety of needs in our community.  We have identified a few groups that we can partner with.  Check out the following sites that may be of interest and then allow us help you find a place to serve by contacting Pastor Robin Munshaw, our Community Pastor.

Provides weekend meals to kids in need.  Participate in food drives or join a group to pack weekend lunches for students.

Becoming a volunteer is a tangible way to help restore hope to kids in crisis. Volunteers help Hand in Hand stretch resources, improve efficiencies, and provide better service to the children and families we serve.

Serves thousands of children from low-income families by providing clothing.

Builders and volunteers needed for this facility being constructed in Shoreline to help homeless mothers and their children.

Mobile clinic based in North Seattle that works with local churches in Snohomish County to provide health care for people without health insurance.

  • Local Food Banks

Westgate ChapelEdmonds United Methodist Church and Food Lifeline

Sometimes it just takes a little one-on-one to help a student.  Become a lunch buddy, mentor or tutor for students in  the Edmonds School District.

Serving those who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis by providing services and resources.

Helping to  make the lives of older adults in the community more meaningful, less lonely and healthier, physically and mentally.

Serve Resources

The Externally Focused Church by Rick Rusaw & Eric Swanson