The topic of Syrian refugee crisis is a daily part of the world news, from Syria to Greece to Germany. And increasingly the topic moves to the US and Canada, right on our doorstep. How should I think about it? what can I or we do about it? Well, to start you can become… Continue reading →
For centuries, the Church has been engaged in the “business” of caring for the poor. It is, perhaps, the greatest testament to the Christian faith; that we care for the poor. No other organization in the world responds to those in need like The Church and its members. Of all world religions, we are unique… Continue reading →
Families 399, representing 1,040 children! Volunteers … 500! but now we need 570 (more families means more volunteers needed) Toys … 2872, and more still arriving! Isn’t this amazing?!
Wed Dec 9th – Due to overwhelming interest and need, more guests are coming to Toy Shop on Friday night than expected… we need more Personal Shoppers and Gift Wrappers! If you can help, please signup on Volunteer Spot at http://vols.pt/KbGnC6
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Ordinary people making an extraordinary impact for Jesus
We aspire to be known as people that not only hear the teachings of Jesus, but live out the teachings of Jesus.
Thank you to all who served on August 23 for Community Serve Day. Over 2,000 volunteers working at 17 local schools to prepare classrooms and beautify the campuses for the students’ arrival for the new school year.
Click image below Buy levitra birds will depart to the south because there more warmly soon and will be able to tell us all the most interesting and informative that there saw. But we won’t understand them. And on it everything will end.
Volunteer drivers are needed for Senior Services’ Volunteer Transportation program. Using their own vehicles, volunteer drivers help older adults maintain their independence by taking them to necessary medical appointments. Clients appreciate their improved access to medical care, meaningful interactions with caring volunteers, and increased peace of mind. Unfortunately, the program does not have enough drivers… Continue reading →
A stuck accelerator propelled a local citizens vehicle through a teriyaki restaurant. Who would have thought this disaster would turn into a blessing for over 20 homeless in north Kirkland. Shortly after the accident (thankfully no one was injured) the restaurant owner contacted her friend saying they needed to give away food from their business because of… Continue reading →
It’s an interesting question to ask oneself “what do I believe?”. I’m not suggesting this has to be a religious thought, just apply it to any aspect of your life. For example you might ask, “what do I believe about money?” Well take a glance at your bank statement and it will tell you all you… Continue reading →