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Vacation Bible School 2024

July 29-August 2

Camp Firelight invites campers to learn how to face their fears by learning to put their trust in God! They will learn through Old and New Testament stories about people trusting God in the face of their own fears.

Children age 3 and potty trained through incoming 5th graders
6th graders and up can volunteer as camp counselors

Faith Church (3924 Issaquah Pine Lake Rd Se, Sammamish)

Monday July 29-Friday August 2
Daily Program: 9:00am-12:00pm
VBS Sunday: Sunday, August 4 at 10:30 a.m. (all families invited)

The fee of $50 per child covers materials, snacks, and t-shirts for every participant.
Fee increases to $60 per child on June 1st. 
Scholarships are available. Please email

Faith and family day
at t-mobile park!

Saturday, June 15th, 4:15 pm

Join us as we cheer the Mariners on against the Rangers! Tickets are only $40 each in section 117, and Faith Church will arrange a bus for the first 50 people from our church!

All-Church Retreat & Camp @ Lazy F

August 9-11

Join us for our All-Church Retreat @ Lazy F Camp and Retreat Center! Join us for a weekend of relaxation, games, zip-lining, laughter, and so much more!

Costs (including 2 nights/ 4 meals):
Adult: $134
Teen (12-18): $100
Child (2-11): $67
Ziplining: $10 per person ages 12+
Climbing tower: $12.50 per person ages 6+

For any questions, contact Melissa Bortnick here.

Children's Ministry

Our goal for Children’s Ministry is to teach children in 5th grade and younger about God and the love of Jesus Christ, cultivate environments where kids can make long lasting friendships, and create opportunities for children to serve and lead.

During the 10:30 a.m. service, children are invited up to the front of the sanctuary for a short children’s message and then dismissed to Sunday School by age group. Children return to the sanctuary to take communion with their grown-ups.

Youth Ministry

Our goal for Youth Ministry is to teach youth in grades 6–12 about the complexities of Christianity, guide them in a personal relationship with God, and provide them with the love and support they need in their teenage years and beyond.

Our Monthly Schedule:
Bloom Girls Group- Middle and high school girls meet twice a month at the Pine Lake Starbucks to learn about the women in the Bible.

Guys Group- Middle and high school guys meet once a month in our youth room to play video games, have lunch and do a short Bible study.

All Student Youth Group- All our middle and high school students meet 1-2 times a month to watch a movie, play laser tag, do a service project and more! 

Adult Groups and Classes

Faith Cafe

Wednesdays, 10:00 am–11:30 am (Talbert Kitchen)
A weekly gathering of women of all ages!

Moms group

First Thursdays, 7:00–9:00 pm (varying locations)
If you have kids at home, leave them at home on the first Thursdays of the month to join other moms at a local restaurant. See the calendar below for dates and locations.

Annual Women's Retreat

All the women are invited to a spiritually refreshing weekend at a local retreat facility. Our next retreat will be in September of 2024 at Sambica. 

Men's weekly breakfast

Thursdays, 7:00–8:30 am (Sammamish Cafe)
The men meet every Thursday morning via Zoom at 7:00 a.m. and the 3rd Thursday in person at a local restaurant for breakfast. Contact Bob Vivian for more information.

Adult Study Groups

Sundays, 10:30 am OR 5:30 pm (Talbert Conference Room)
Adult study groups usually choose a book or a Bible study to follow for a few months at a time.

Adult Sunday School AM – During the 2nd service (10:30 am), Adult Sunday School meets in the Talbert Building for discussion and prayer. This class is hybrid, which means that you can participate in person or on Zoom. Contact the church office for the link.
Adult Study Group PM – Led by Pastor Ric, this group usually uses the same book or study materials as the morning group. Join us in the Talbert Building at 5:30 pm for a quick meal before the educational portion.

Social Justice Groups

In the summer of 2020, in the wake of protests for racial justice responding to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis and violence against other people of color, Faith Church began several learning groups to study issues of race and systemic injustice. These groups have read books, listened to podcasts, and watched movies to expand their perspectives.

Now, these social justice learning groups want to provide resources to help anyone else get started on their own learning journey about racial injustice.

Mondays at 10:00 am (weekly), led by Heather Raschko
Tuesdays at 2:00 pm (every 2 weeks), led by Marcia Rivers Smith
Thursdays at 7:00 pm (monthly), led by Fiona Gunn
Thursdays at 7:00 pm (every 2 weeks), led by Dan McLachlan

Contact the church office if you would like to get connected with one of these groups.