Each year, Advent celebrates the spirit of Christmas by providing turkey dinners to 200 needy families in our community. This year’s Holiday Food Basket Program will take place on Saturday, December 15, 2012. We invite your family to spend a few hours that morning helping to fill grocery bags and/or making food deliveries.
Volunteers are also needed for a few hours on the evening of Friday, December 14, 2012 to help unload the food truck.
This vital program would not be possible without your generosity, so please also consider making a donation. Each food basket costs about $50, however, a contribution of any amount is welcome and appreciated. Just designate ‘Holiday Food Baskets’ on your check.
Thank you and we’ll see you in December!
9 am, April 20, 2013
Help us keep our section of 132nd St. clean. Ages 15 and up are welcome to join us at the church at 9 a.m.
First and Third Thursdays at 1:30pm
All ages and skill levels welcome to joing our quilters group! The provide hundreds of quilts, made with love to Lutheran World Relief each year. For more information, contact Cora Evans at 425-743-3691.
Garden of Giving
Our garden,located behind our portable buildings provides over 1000 pounds of fresh produce each year to the Volunteers of America food bank in Everett, WA. If you'd like to help plant and manage a row or two contact Fran Zingleman at 425-487-9023 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Trinity Hope: Feeding Haiti’s Children
Last September, we were introduced to an organization whose sole purpose is to put food into the stomachs of school children in Haiti. We held two events: an ice cream social and a chili cook-off. Thanks to your donations at those fundraisers, we provided thousands of meals through Trinity Hope. This year, we are adopting a school and ensuring that the children of Quanaminthe have the nourishment necessary to focus and learn, to grow and be educated. Through our relationship with this school, we have an opportunity to move beyond television sound bites and really come to know the beauty and the challenges of the Haitian people.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Each week I hear of more and more people creating prayer shawls or donating yarn for our ministry. Thank you so very, very much! The shawls we have received are colorful, soft, and warm! The outpouring of love and support of this ministry is an amazing and a true testament of love! When you create a prayer shawl it is like giving someone a hug.
Mary Case 425-327-6525