Thank you so much to all who volunteered to be a part of Day of Hope 2017!
We had 1290 volunteers from 21 local churches serving 2857 guests! We served them 4000 meals and gave away 4915 bags of groceries. We prayed with 1142 people and had 6 people begin a relationship with Jesus.
What a day! Thank you!
What an incredible gift life is! We believe God is the author and giver of life from every stage from conception to natural death. We encourage the support of a local ministry called Living Hope! This is an active ministry with the mission to be a visible presence in our community that offers "Living Hope" to parents and their children, by meeting their spiritual, physical, and relational need through the body of Christ. Because so many are without hope when they are faced with an unplanned pregnancy, their goal is to have a presence to offer "Living Hope" every hour that Everett Planned Parenthood is open. You can help make this possible by signing up on their website at www.livinghope.me
It's a great year to be a Seahawks fan
But what drives them? If you are a Seahawks fan check out this video of some of the players and staff sharing their Christian testimonies... Even if you are not a fan check it out! It's awesome!
On February 21st, 2016 we our congregation joined with an estimated 1.1 million believers in 5,400 churches across 100 countries in numerous languages to sing the song Facing a Task Unfinished. The song urges the church to reach the world with the unfinished task of the Good News. The above video is a collage of a few of the churches from around the world. Read more for the story behind the song.
A huge new change with fresh vision, goals, name, décor, website, format, etc, etc, launched last month! RIVER is the new name of the Wednesday night youth gatherings!
Here’s why we are excited about this: it presents an exciting two-fold picture.
Featured Article written by Greg Stier from Dare2Share: I just came from a Bible study full of leaders from around the Denver area. This gathering was not organized through a local church but through a Christian business leader. It was a great time of fellowship, learning and conversation.
The participants around the large conference table had an open and very robust discussion about the role of "going to church" in the life of a Christian. The consensus seemed to be building toward a "we don't need a church, we are the church" kind of mentality.