- Phone: 425.868.5186
- Mailing Address: 22522 NE Inglewood Hill Rd, Sammamish, WA 98074
These words of Jesus invite us into a life of service and care for those around us. At SPC we want to take these words seriously and look for ongoing ways to serve Christ and others right where we are each and every day. Here are some ways you can join us.
Beginning January 3, 2019, SPC will offer a free meal every Thursday evening. This weekly event is open to anyone in the community, whether you are hungry for food or friendship, or simply don't want to cook that evening. The doors will open at 5:30pm, with dinner being served at 6pm. If you have questions about the program, please email us using the form on the right. If you'd like to volunteer to prepare and serve meals, sign up here.
SPC offers English Language classes here on campus. We hold two classes, two times each week, to over 20 students from around our community. On Mondays, our classes are held in a traditional classroom setting. On Thursdays, class is more about life experience with small group conversation, field trips, and one-on-one support. If you are interested in volunteering to help with this program or want more information, please contact us using the form on the right.
The Issaquah Meals program was started in May 1989 by Catholic Community Services in partnership with the city of Issaquah and local churches. On the third Thursday of each month, groups from SPC serve a meal from 5:00pm to 6:30pm for approximately 40 people. The menu and entrée is provided and the group purchases the items to supliment the main dish. If you are interested in serving a meal please contact using the contact form on the right-hand side of this page.
The Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank is committed to providing quality food, clothing and other items to hundreds of families each week in our community, and SPC has the opportunity to be a part of this effort. Each Sunday food can be dropped off in Sanctuary Hall, and we will deliver the items to the food bank. In addition, if you want to volunteer your time to join in their work, there there are a number of ways you can do that from sorting food donations, clothes and more. If you are interested please go to https://www.issaquahfoodbank.org/volunteer/ and register to help out.
SPC is partnering with the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank's Holiday Gift Barn which supports Issaquah School District children, ages birth to 18 years old, and their families. To participate in this program, watch for the tree to go up in Sanctuary Hall in early November, then choose a gift tag and return new, unwrapped gifts by the designated date in early December (stocking stuffers and gift wrapping supplies are also appreciated). All items will be delivered to Pickering Barn which will be transformed into a store for Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank clients to choose gifts for their family members. To volunteer at the Holiday Gift Barn, visit issaquahfoodbank.org.
Since 1982, LifeWire (formerly EDVP) has provided programs and services to over 125,000 victims of abuse, with a path from domestic violence and homelessness to self-sufficiency. LifeWire is the largest domestic violence service provider in the state of Washington with confidential emergency shelter, transitional shelter, supportive housing services, mental health counseling, advocacy, adult/teen/children's groups, education and training. LifeWire is the only comprehensive domestic violence service agency serving North and East King County's urban, suburban and rural communities. To find out more, visit www.lifewire.org.
SPC supports Providence Marianwood financially as they provide comprehensive professional skilled nursing care including physical, emotional and spiritual care for the whole person. Providence Marianwood takes pride in giving compassionate care and services with dignity and respect for the individual, honoring personal choice and preferences. To get involved at Providence Marianwood, through SPC, email .
Sammamish/Issaquah Young Life’s mission is to introduce teenagers to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. Their goal is to reach every student in Sammamish and Issaquah so that they can meet Jesus Christ and follow Him. Young Life supports middle and high school students, those with special needs and teen moms, providing leadership opportunities for high school Juniors and Seniors. Groups are active at many area middle and high schools in Sammamish, Issaquah and the Snoqualmie Valley. For more information or to volunteer, visit www.sammamish.younglife.org.