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Local Community Support

As a church, we contribute to a variety of agencies on a regular basis.  All of these ministries provide much needed assistance within our greater community.  The committee reviews the needs of each agency annually and is open to suggestions regarding new contacts.  The following agencies are just some of the organizations we have supported over the years:

Anacortes Boys & Girls Club: Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.

Anacortes Family Center: Provides shelter for women with children, single women, and families with children who seek emergency shelter due to crisis conditions in their lives.  Additionally, they have been involved with providing emergency cold weather sheltering to those in need. 

Cancer Companions: Whether meeting one on one at a coffee shop or gathering with others in a Christian support group, patients, survivors and their loved ones find the connections they need to draw closer to Christ on their cancer journey.

Community Action of Skagit County: Each year, Community Action helps nearly 25,000 low-income Skagit County residents get past emergencies, make positive life changes, and achieve lasting self-sufficiency. http://www.communityactionskagit.org/

Friendship House: The mission of Friendship House is to reflect the heart of God by feeding, sheltering, clothing and healing. Two emergency shelters, one transitional house, one permanent low-income shared living house, a daily meal service and an innovative employment training program are among the services provided.

Love Inc.: Brings Christian churches together, across denominational lines, to help the poor by meeting immediate needs such as food and clothing, and to longer-term responses through relational ministries such as life skills training and transitional housing.

New Earth Recovery: A non-profit Christian ministry operating a residential recovery program in Skagit Valley, Washington. There are four homes: Faith House (for women), and The Foundation, The Trust, and Cedar House (for men).

North Island Young Life: Young Life brings the good news of Jesus Christ into the lives of adolescents with an approach that is respectful of who kids are and hopeful about who they can be.

Pioneer Transition Housing: Pioneer supports criminal justice-involved individuals with the services needed to successfully re-enter our communities.  Their mission is to provide individuals with criminal history the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.

Pregnancy Care Clinic: Provides pregnancy alternatives to individuals and families faced with unplanned pregnancy situations, as well as parenting support and material assistance.

Tierra Nueva: An ecumenical ministry located in Burlington that seeks to share the Good News of God's liberation in Jesus Christ with migrant farm workers, new immigrants, and permanent Hispanic residents in Western Washington.

Salvation Army: WPC members are encouraged to contribute regularly to their food bank in addition to offering financial support toward community needs such as cold weather sheltering. 

Sea Mar Health: Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health and human services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos.

Skagit Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services: Services include crisis intervention, emergency shelter, advocacy-based counseling, legal, medical and social services advocacy, support groups, children’s advocacy and community education and prevention.

YMCA Oasis Teen Shelter: A licensed six bed emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages 13 to 17. Oasis provides two warm meals, a shower, access to laundry, a clothing bank, and toiletries. The shelter is intended to be a short-term living arrangement.