Community Breakfast on Aurora
Our mission is to be people who exist to shine a light into our community by meeting people in their place of need and walking with them toward mutual growth and healing through relationship and hospitality. One way of doing this is by serving breakfast once a month on Tuesday. We want to encourage you to join the Community Breakfast on Aurora team as we share God’s love and strive to build bridges between the social and cultural divides in our community. Contact Pastor Raoul Perez.
HIGH SCHOOL PIZZA LUNCH
Bethany North and Young Life volunteers serve pizza to Shorewood High School students once a month at One Cup Coffee. While the students are excited about the pizza, our volunteers are excited to meet the students and show them Christ's love. If you would like to know more, contact Nick Davenport.
Vision House is a Christian social service agency that provides life-changing transitional housing, support services and child care to help break the cycle of homelessness for families with children who are experiencing homelessness, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, family status, sexual preference, or physical or mental disability. Bethany North in addition to financial support, we provide the children with Christmas presents that are donated through our annual Giving Tree. If you would like to learn more about Vision House, visit visionhouse.org. If you'd like to help with our annual Giving Tree, visit our Serve page.
WORLD RELIEF SEATTLE
World Relief Seattle empowers the local Church to come alongside refugees and immigrants throughout the Puget Sound region. It provides resettlement, employment, language, and legal services to help our newest neighbors work towards self-sufficiency. Find volunteer opportunities at worldreliefseattle.org.
In accordance with its mission for refugees and immigrants to be welcomed by community, rooted in community, and empowered for community, BCC has partnered with WRS to form Good Neighbor Teams (see video below). These teams of lay volunteers from different BCC locations are equipped and invited to walk alongside a refugee or Asylee family through the initial six month resettlement process. Our aim is to nurture relationships with families and individuals that are lasting, promote human flourishing, and are mutually transformative. Email Nathan Nelson for info on the next GNT.
For general Bethany North Local Outreach questions, contact Pastor Raoul Perez.