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Our church is committed to serving the interest of public health in our community, assisting the medical community in fighting the coronavirus and bringing healing to the afflicted. Our first step was to respond to an urgent need for blood donations to replenish the blood supply, as donations had dropped off significantly due to coronavirus concerns. In the first few weeks of the epidemic, we offered our church building to Bloodworks NW as a donation station. Nearly 100 people donated blood over two days of operation. As other opportunities to assist public health efforts present themselves, NCPC mission leadership is committed to being an active community servant.
Purpose Statement: Supporting Eagle Wings’ purpose of providing relational support for persons with disAbilities, their families and caregivers and facilitating and providing labor for the annual Pirate Bash at NCPC for Eagles Wings’ guests.
Contact: Larry Dittman
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Supporting Everett/Mill Creek Young Life in its mission to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith through relationship with middle school students, high school students, teen moms, and teens/young adults with disabilities.
Contact: Tiffany Anderson
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Purpose Statement: Sharing God’s love through providing immediate construction related help with available labor to meet specific living requirements of members of the congregation, the church affiliated community, and/or the community.
Contact: Jim Armstrong
Purpose Statement: Supporting Mill Creek Community Food Bank/Hope Creek’s Backpacks of Hope by filling the gap in the community with food programs designed for the youth to thrive in our community. We believe in serving our community with grace and compassion, building relationships along the way.
Purpose Statement: Reaching out with the love of Jesus to those less fortunate with a warm meal and friendship.
Contact: Paul Wenger
Purpose Statement: Reaching out to the incarcerated with the love of Christ by providing church services several times a year.
Contact: George Taylor
Support Life is a Christ-centered ministry team providing love, support and resources to women of all ages and stages of unexpected pregnancy, past and current, to support them in their physical, emotional and spiritual situation. We partner with other ministries, local and national, to provide resources for women and their support family, to sustain the life and health of the baby and mother.
Psalm 139:13-16 - For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I was woven together in the depths of the earth. Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.
The Good Neighbor Team endeavors to share the love of Christ through: 1) Learning about local homelessness and housing instability and sharing findings with our congregation and community; 2) Supporting our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness and housing instability, often through partnering with experienced poverty-alleviation organizations; and 3) Learning and sharing information about proposed state and local law and regulation changes that could impact housing availability and affordability.
The contact is Jill Johnson. Her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org