Our Free Quarterly Community Dinners
Our Community Easter Sonrise Service & Continental Breakfast
Our Free Community Christmas Dinner
Working with the counseling office at a local school, we assist families that are in need. We provide food for the entire Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks (the kids would normally receive free breakfast and lunch at the school) and Christmas presents for the entire family.
We assist people that have been referred to us by Love in the Name of Christ with food, water and electric bills.
Working with the counseling office at a local school, we assist families that are in need. We provide food for the entire Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks (the kids would would normally receive free breakfast and lunch at the school) and Christmas presents for the entire family.
People and groups from the community can use garden plots to grow their own fruits and vegetables. Some plots are used to grow food for the local food bank.
Garden rules can be found at the garden's Facebook page.
Plot size: 4 feet by 12 feet - receives over 8 hours of sunlight.
Cost: $10 per plot per growing season
For additional information, please call the church at 253.847.5433.
Church planting is working to establish new worshiping communities to reach people who are not connected to a local church. At a recent gathering Dr. Jeff Jeremiah (Stated Clerk of the EPC) said, “Church Planting is back on the front burner!” The EPC and the Presbytery of the Pacific are truly focusing on planting new churches.
A Samaritan's Purse ministry.
Shoeboxes are filled with Christmas gift items and are distributed throughout the world.
Evergreen families send 100+ boxes each year.
The Great Commission calls Christ’s followers to take the Gospel to all nations (“ethnos” – “ethnic groups”). The EPC seeks to fulfill the Great Commission by focusing its efforts on “the 10/40 window.” Most of the people groups still unreached by the gospel live in places stretching across the eastern hemisphere from 10 degrees latitude north of the equator to 40 degrees latitude north of the equator. Engage 2025 is the EPC’s goal to “reach at least ten unengaged Muslim people groups by the year 2025.”