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Faith Land Stewardship
Affiliated with the Southwestern Washington Synod
Helping congregations with their land-use planning is a critical avenue for Christians to promote justice, community, and the stewardship of creation. By balancing the goals of community, justice, and environmental stewardship, we can counter the individualism, inequity, and carelessness that so readily degrade our communities and work towards the biblical vision of shalom. With this land use planning, we are helping congregations look at affordable housing ministries, among other things, on their current properties.
Learn more on Faith Land Stewardship, contact Joey Ager
Bridgeport Community Partners
Affiliated with St John Lutheran Church, Lakewood
Bridgeport Community Partners (BCP) seeks to foster partnerships with organizations along the Bridgeport corridor in Lakewood, WA to address hunger and poverty among children and it’s root causes.
Community Care Connections
Community Care Connections is the social ministry that oversees food insecurity ministry, clothing, English as a Second Language, and immigrant support service ministries, serving our Latinx community. This photo is the volunteers from their 2022 Free Community Christmas Shop.
Dasom Bi-Cultural School
Affiliated with Light of Grace Korean Ministry, Federal Way
Following the example of Jesus Christ, Dasom Bicultural School is a community that visits, helps, and loves first. Dasom is a service for elderly seniors who need emotional, intellectual and social support. This is an education program, not a health service. The area Korean immigrants come several days a week for daytime programs to enrich their lives culturally, teach lessons, and have mail read by an interpreter. Dasom's Director is Pastor Chong Kim-Chung ("Jenny Kim").
Stepping Stones to Re-entry
Affiliated with Living Stones Prison Congregation, Shelton
All re-entry activities supported through the Southwestern and Northwest Washington Synod congregations will be overseen by Stepping Stones to Re-entry.