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Join us as we celebrate the launch of our newest church plant Arbor Church during all three services.

The Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank is operated by a coalition of churches and denominations serving the local community of Woodinville, Bothell, Kirkland, and Redmond, by providing nourishment, prayer support and ministry to those in need. The Food Bank is a faith-based, non-profit  that is unique in the quality of fresh food provided including dairy, baked goods, meat, fresh produce and vegetables.

Volunteers welcome those in need to spend time in comfort and prayer where healthy food and support are available every Tuesday evening from 6:30–7:20 pm and Saturday from 9:30am–10:20am. Ways to get involved include monetary, volunteer time as individuals or in small groups, or hosting a food drive. All are welcome that have a heart for local ministry and a passion for serving those in need. Clients are welcome on an appointment or walk-in basis.
Location: . To donate or volunteer contact: info@woodinvillestorehouse.org,  425.483.5252. www.WoodinvilleStorehouse.org

45 minutes out of your week can transform the life of a 10th grade student at Inglemoor High School. This new program happens on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 9:45–10:30 am.

Contact Eileen Jowell, Northshore Community Schools Coordinator ejowell@nsd.org.

Young Life’s Area Vision is that every kid would have the opportunity to hear about Jesus. Young Life is an outreach ministry that goes where kids are. Young Life desires to provide a safe and non-threatening environment for kids to hear the Gospel. Young Life is all about Jesus.

All Northshore schools, contact Anthony Schulz aschulz2008@gmail.com.

Young Life’s Area Vision is that every kid would have the opportunity to hear about Jesus. Young Life is an outreach ministry that goes where kids are. Young Life desires to provide a safe and non-threatening environment for kids to hear the Gospel. Young Life is all about Jesus.

Contact Katie Tormey northlake.yl@gmail.com. All Lake Washington schools – Contact Ryan Hinnebusch ylryan@gmail.com.

You can contribute your time in a wonderful way to make a difference in the life of a teen. Teen Night events are for middle and high school youth. Adults are needed to build relationships with teens and interact with them in this safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment. Also opportunities for tutoring, coaching, storytelling, and computer help.

Contact Shannon Toomey 425-827-0132  stoomey@positiveplace.org. Visit their website www.positiveplace.org.

30 minutes out of your week can transform the life of an elementary student at Crystal Springs Elementary School. This new program happens on weekday mornings, as you help a student with reading or writing.

Contact May Pelto mpelto@nsd.org or 425-408-4300.

The number one deciding factor for retention of students in Jr. High is relationships. You could be that person to walk through life with a teen and shape their future and education. Share your talents and time with teens once or twice a week for an hour.

Contact Eileen Jowell, Community Schools Project Coordinator, at 425-478-7917 or ejowell@nsd.org.

One hour of our day each week will make an impact for a lifetime and maybe even eternity. Lunch buddy program is a way for adults in the community to help local elementary students succeed.

For Lake Washington School District, contact Nanci Wehr at 425-936-1410 or nwehr@lwsd.org (also see the Links website at www.lwsd.org/links).

One hour of our day each week will make an impact for a lifetime and maybe even eternity. Lunch buddy program is a way for adults in the community to help local elementary students succeed.

For Northshore School District, contact Eileen Jowell at 425-408-7648 or ejowell@nsd.org

We’ll be partnering with the “Questioning the Bible” message series to explore the origins and historical reliability of the Bible and why it matters. Each week there will be small group time to discuss the Sunday message and Pastor Jonathan Wolfgang’s teachings will provide additional insight and depth to each week’s message. Children’s ministry provided for Infants-4th Grade. No cost, but registration is required.

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