- Phone: 425.868.5186
- Mailing Address: 22522 NE Inglewood Hill Rd, Sammamish, WA 98074
In Matthew 22, Jesus says, “Love the Lord your God with all of your heart and with all of your soul and with all of your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And, the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’”
As a church community, we believe God calls us to love one another and walk with one another through all of life's seasons. If you are going through a difficult time and need encouragement, resources, prayer and/or the presence of a caring person, we encourage you to seek support from one of our many Care Ministries (all inquiries are confidential).
SPC Care Ministries offers this group for parents of special needs kiddos, in order to provide a safe place for parents to share their experience, share resources and information, and through connections and encouragement, know they are not alone. We meet weekly, Wednesdays, 6-7pm in room C201. Questions? Contact Pastor Kelly Hostetler.
As our kids transition to college and young adulthood, our role as parents will change - but our kids still need us. It's a tricky time for them and for us; in order to support their growth, development and independence and to be a stable force in their lives, we need support as well! SPC Care Ministries offers a weekly group for parents to come together, pray for their kids, share needs, encourage one another, laugh and cry together. We meet on Sundays from 6-7pm at the Quiet Room in the Sanctuary Hall. For RSVP and any questions, please contact Pastor Kelly Hostetler.
At some point in our lives, we will need the encouragement, resourcefulness, and presence of a Deacon as we navigate areas of struggle, transition, or heartache. The gift of having a church family is that we support, pray, and care for one another. Whatever your need, we encourage you to contact the Deacons at SPC who are trained and dedicated to provide you with resources, prayer, and encouragement; simply email us.
When is a good time to contact a Deacon?
The SHARE ministry works in conjunction with the Deacon ministry to provide short-term care to those in our congregation who are going through a life transition or challenging time. SHARE consists of a large group of SPC volunteers who take turns providing support, such as home-cooked meals, transportation, childcare or running errands. Being a part of SHARE provides a wonderful opportunity for our church family to care for one another as we walk through all of life's seasons.
If you are in need of care from our SHARE Ministry, please email the deacons.
We all go through times in our life when we could benefit from a little extra care and attention. Stephen Ministers are trained to walk alongside us, providing confidential, one-to-one, Christian care to people who are going through a difficult time, including weekly support for you as long as your need persists.
Stephen Ministers offer a safe, accepting place where you can express and pray for your particular situation. These might include:
If you would like to find out more about Stephen Ministry for yourself or someone you know, you may confidentially email us.
If you are experiencing a difficult time financially and find yourself in need of support for food or other necessities, please seek the support of your church family. As a community of faith, we believe it is important for us to draw together and support one another during seasons of transition, hardship and financial stress. SPC seeks to support our congregation and community as much as we can. Please email us (all requests are confidential) to receive information about community resources, financial support from our Benevolent Fund or for prayer.
GriefShare is a ministry for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. Please email us if you have questions or an immediate need for support/resources.
"A Season of Grief" Daily Emails
When a loved one or friend dies, grieving that loss can take a long time, but you are not alone. GriefShare is here with support groups, and daily emails, that provide encouragement and reminders of the recovery process. Interested? Sign up for our daily emails at GriefShare Daily Emails.