Local Impact Opportunities


“Ordinary People Making an Extraordinary Impact for Jesus”

We are excited to share opportunities for you to make an impact in our community for Jesus. Our goal is that every person who calls Northshore home will love and serve their neighborhood and city. You, your family and your small group can help transform our community by championing a cause you believe God is calling you toward. We believe good deeds change us and open doors for the Good News. If you need assistance contact Tim King.

Watch the Local Outreach Facebook page for new opportunities and updates.




June 28, 2019 – Care Day: Care Day is a day devoted to connecting our neighbors in the Northshore area with immediate access to the services and resources they need. In one place—on one day—attendees enjoy a hot meal and have access to free health services, groceries, haircuts, housing, public benefits, referrals to employment training, and much more.
For more info contact: the Care Day website.

August 25, 2019 – Community SERVE Day: This is an opportunity for the local church to come together as one body and serve the schools and individuals in our local community.
For more info contact: the Community SERVE Day website.

December 13/14, 2019 – Toy Shop
The Toy Shop is a great opportunity to serve families in need in our own community by providing toys for Christmas gifts for at-risk families in the Northshore and Lake Washington School Districts. Volunteers serve as Hosts, Gift Wrappers, and many more opportunities. Donations for toys and gift cards are appreciated!
For more info contact:  the Toy Shop website







Elementary School Mentor/Tutor
1 hour a week for 6 weeks … it can be amazingly easy to transform the life of an elementary student at Woodmoor Elementary. And transform your life too as you serve others. This new program happens on weekdays between 10am and 3pm.
For more info contact: Tim King     timk@northshore.church


Threads and Treads
This is a free clothing bank for families in the Northshore School District.  You can make a difference by sorting and organizing donated clothing, helping advertise in the community, providing translations, and assist at-risk families with finding clothing items. Each Thursday, 3:45–6:15 pm at Canyon Park Junior High.
For more info contact: https://cpptsa.org/threads-treads/



Isaiah 58
Isaiah 58 team members prepare and serve meals for approximately 200 homeless and working poor in downtown Seattle on the second Thursday evening of each month, occasionally serve meals to Tent City dwellers and emergency shelter refugees, and collects and distributes warm clothes and blankets during winter months.  Isaiah 58 welcomes individuals, friends, families, and small groups who want to help the homeless.
For more info contact: www.northshore.church/isaiah-58/.


Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank
The Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank is a faith-based non-profit operated by a coalition of churches (including Northshore) to serve the local community of Woodinville, Bothell, Kirkland, and Redmond.  The Storehouse provides nourishment, prayer support and ministry to those in need and is unique in the quality of fresh food provided including dairy, baked goods, meat, fresh produce and vegetables; Clients are welcome on an appointment or walk-in basis.
Your involvement can include volunteer time (especially as a family or small groups), hosting a food drive, or financial support. Weekly and monthly Volunteer positions are available Tuesday evenings from 6:30–7:20 pm and Saturdays from 9:30am–10:20am.
For more info contact: info@woodinvillestorehouse.org,     425.483.5252.     www.WoodinvilleStorehouse.org



Northshore’s Prison Visitation Ministry – Women
Make a difference in someone’s life by visiting an inmate once a month (the fourth Sunday) in Purdy. Volunteers are matched one-on-one with an inmate who has applied to the program. There are over 100 women on the waiting list!
For more info contact: Carry Mattocks at Carrym@northshore.church or 425-485-8780.


Northshore’s Prison Visitation Ministry – Men
There are many men in our prison systems waiting to visit with and talk to a Christian friend and mentor. The monthly time commitment is minimal (3-4 hours once a month – 1st or 3rdTuesday,) and the value for both you and your new friend is phenomenal. Be a part of this opportunity to change people’s lives.
For more info contact: Brian Hill at 425-205-0093 or brian-hill@juno.com

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