The Church of Shoreline serves in that place between the stability of an unwavering faith in an unchangeable Christ and a sea of people adrift and fearing the changes they experience all around them.
Some of the ways the Church of Shoreline along with other people of good will, participates in and serves the people of Shoreline:
Needs of School Children
Embrace Shoreline Schools: Service projects such as landscaping and grounds keeping at local schools
Emergency Water Barrel Replenishment
FOOD4KIDS So that no child goes hungry.
Power of One: Volunteers for students needing some one on one encouragement
Back to School Consortium supplying students with back packs and school supplies
Turning Point After school activities Ballinger Homes
Resiliency building, trauma informed care for youth exposed to Adverse Childhood Experiences
Needs of Low Income and Homeless Individuals and Families
Shoreline Community Care providing rent and utility assistance to Shoreline residents.
Puget Sound Christian Health Clinic: Mobile Medical Care Services to people without insurance.
Hosting homeless encampments
Meals and other support for homeless encampments.
Collect food for local food banks North Helpline HopeLink
Emergency Indoor Winter Shelters
Vision House -Jacobs Well Transitional housing for homeless women and children.
Low Cost Housing built for 60 low income homeless vets and families
Recovery Programs for Hurts and Habits
Celebrate Recovery providing hope and healing for people with hurts, hangups and habits
Meeting spaces for neighborhood groups and addiction recovery groups
Church Unity, God’s Protection and Provision for the City
Pray Shoreline 12 different churches participate in prayer for the needs of the city
National Day of Prayer 1st Thursday in May united prayer for our all sectors of the community and government leaders.
11 Churches landscaping at 9 schools Serve Day August 21st 2106
Refugee and Immigrant Support
English as a Second Language