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As a church, we do our best to help you without whatever needs you might have. Depending on your situation, we may have volunteers who can help you directly in a confidential and caring way. If not, we will do our best to connect you to the resources that can help you. Please reach out to us and let us work with you to find the best options for helping you. Here are some examples:


  • If you need food assistance, we can provide you with food through the local food bank, which we help run. We can also help you enroll in government programs.

  • If you need housing, we can connect you with agencies that may be able to help you find a long-term solution.

  • If someone is hurting, abusing, or taking advantage of you, we will be your advocate and do everything we can to help you find safety and justice through the legal system.

  • If you are battling addiction, we can connect you with a recovery program that may work for you.

  • If you have suffered trauma or have emotional needs such as depression or anxiety, we can connect you with a counselor or therapist who may be able to help.

  • If your loved one has died, we can host a funeral service for you and your family in which we will help you find hope in Christ.


No matter what you are facing, we will do our best to walk with you, to encourage you, and to help you find the resources you need. And we do it all because we know that Jesus loves you, that he sees your needs and he cares for you, and he calls us to love you and to help you along the way. Please reach out to us at (509) 894-4477 and let us come alongside you in your time of need.

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