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Participating in Christ's Work Throughout our City

Through long-term partnerships with organizations that empower members of our local community, we are seeking to participate in God's transformative work in our city. Together, we develop ministries among our neighbors, share resources, learn, pray, and encourage one another.

At Bethany Community Church, our partnerships with local organizations are making the invisible God visible by embodying the presence of Christ among the most vulnerable in our city. For more information, contact

Aurora Commons

The Aurora Commons is a neighborhood living room that provides a safe space of hospitality to rest and pursue relationships, and it provides resources for those in need along the Aurora corridor. The Commons was originally established by churches in 2011; they host weekly open hours, wound and foot care services, a mobile medical clinic, and women’s-only programming and drop-in times. Most importantly, they act on the belief that each person deserves dignity, love, and respect. If you're interested in becoming a partner in ministry by giving or volunteering, visit Contact Elizabeth Dahl.

Puget Sound Christian Clinic

Puget Sound Christian Clinic (PSCC) is a free, roaming Seattle clinic providing health care to underserved people in King and Snohomish Counties. All sorts of skills and gifts are needed to staff this clinic, even beyond doctors and nurses! Check out their clinic locations. We partner with them to host a clinic site at the Aurora Commons on the first and third Wednesday evenings of every month. Learn more at

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

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.

Each year, riders from across BCC join together in World Relief Seattle's Sea-Tri-Kan: Ride for Refugee Resiliency. Team BCC rides alongside others from Seattle to Spokane, raising funds and demonstrating their support for welcoming the stranger. Consider joining us this year! Learn more and register here.

Can't Find What You're Looking For?

Check out our partner referral guide to search for awesome organizations to get involved with by type of outreach or population served. These are organizations we don't actively partner with but advocate for because of their good work in our city.

Partner Referral PDF