Serve in the Community

Many people view the Sammamish-Issaquah area as very affluent, but there are many people in our community who are in need. Faith Church seeks to foster and maintain relationships with local organizations that are meeting needs, such as food insecurity, affordable housing, and emergency supplies. Below are the organizations we partner with most often with volunteer opportunities for each.

How you can help support tc4

Even though Tent City 4 is no longer on our church property, church members, friends, and neighbors are invited to get involved in supporting the TC4 residents with some basics. They are always looking for community partners to assist them.

Sign up to provide an evening meal HERE.

Contact Pam in the church office with further questions, or you can call TC4 directly at 206-618-3901.

Issaquah Hot Meals Program

Hot Meals are served on weekday evenings at the Issaquah Fire Station for any person in need of a hot meal. Faith Church volunteers provide meals every 3rd Monday of each month for 35-45 guests. Currently there are two options for being involved:

  1. Prepare and drop off food only.
  2. Prepare and serve food at the fire station.

Send your questions to Becky Ittig.

Day of Service

Every year in May, a Day of Service is organized by Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church, and members of the Plateau community are invited to participate in projects benefitting local non-profit organizations all around Puget Sound.

2022 Day of Service

Saturday, May 14

Use the button below to view all the projects and choose one that fits your interests and availability.

Need a Project Suggestion?

Dick Gram is leading a project cleaning up the property at Mary's Place in Seattle, which is appropriate for anyone 13 and older. This project is almost full, so sign up today!

Families with young children may be interested in an outdoor project pulling invasive plants at Beaver Lake. This project is appropriate for all ages. Sign up here!


Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank

Our congregation regularly collects and delivers food to the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank.

Take a minute and consider who the food bank serves: The working poor. The newly homeless. Struggling seniors. The mentally ill. Whether underemployed or unemployable, the victim of tough times or tough streets, representing a long-term need or a short-term crisis, we try to help everyone who comes to us. Our clients range from newborn to over 90; individuals to single parents to entire families; working, unable to work and unable to find work. But one thing that many clients have in common? They never expected to need our help.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Watch for periodic updates on what is most needed at the Food Bank. Currently, the Food Bank is most in need of regular volunteers to staff their evening food pantry pick-up project.

Hands Against Hunger

Every year, Faith Church sponsors a day of service aimed at fighting hunger in our community and raising awareness of this continued issue in our local community and around the globe.

We partner with Lake Washington Schools Foundation Pantry Packs to pack bags of food which provide weekend meals for hungry Lake Washington School District students. All ages are invited to come together to pack supplies for hunger relief.

Packing events are on hold due to the pandemic.

world relief

World Relief provides a soft landing for refugees by helping adults find jobs and housing, helping get kids enrolled in school, providing training opportunities and legal services, providing ministry in the detention center, and even offering a community garden where refugees can work the soil to grow food from home. They have welcomed refugees from all over the world since 1979. They are currently helping many refugee families from Ukraine and Afghanistan. 

World Relief is a Christian-based organization that generally doesn’t verbally evangelize their faith; instead they live out their Christian values of love and welcome through their actions and deeds every single day. Check out this uplifting video highlighting their work.

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