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Are you sensing a call to be involved with one of MIPC’s missions? We have so many ways for you to experience the love of God through service!

Preparing brown bag lunches for our mission partner, Plymouth on Stewart. We prepare brown bag lunches for residents at Plymouth on Stewart the last Sunday of each month at 9:15 AM.

Preparing brown bag lunches for our mission partner, Plymouth on Stewart. We prepare brown bag lunches for residents at Plymouth on Stewart the last Sunday of each month at 9:15 AM.

Missions at MIPC 

Children- contact Kim Jewett, Director;  Elder, JenniferMclellan

  • First Place School for most at risk children-provide Thanksgiving fixings for 80 families
  • Friends of the Children-fill backpacks with school supplies during July Vacation Bible School. Friends of the Children is a professional mentoring program for most at risk students in King County.
  • Heifer International-offerings to buy an animal for a poor international family.

Students- contact Chris McLaughlin, Student Ministries DirectorElder, Scott McBurney

  • February Confirmation trip to Portland to learn about homelessness
  • Mexico house building during Spring Break
  • Dessert and bingo at Plymouth on Stewart-once or twice a year
  • Youthcare-provide dinner once a month at Orion Center for kids on the street

Adults- opportunities to participate

  • Mission Director, Glo Ceteznik; Elder, Karen Jones
  • Abundance Sunday-monthly clothing donation to support World Relief refugees, Elizabeth Nichol
  • AIDS Walk-financial support for Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Marnie Holen and Alan Waite
  • Brown Bag Lunches-last Sunday of the month during CE. Fill brown bags for residents of Plymouth on Stewart, Kimberly Kamholz
  • Child Academy in Tembisa, South Africa. Support for the Child Academy, a school for poor children living with long term effects of apartheid, Boyd and Sue Stockdale
  • Clear Bags for YouthCare-last Sunday of the month during CE. Fill clear bags for outreach workers at YouthCare for teens on the street, Elizabeth Cross-Nichol
  • Jubilee Center for transitionally homeless women. Meals once a month, Joan Ernest 
  • Julia’s Place, homeless shelter for families at Madrona Grace PC. Meals once a month, Mikie Helman and Betsy Bahn
  • Mexico housebuilding for adults, Lindsay Murphy
  • SE Asia Scholarship Fund-$350 per month for students in Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Hue, Vietnam; and Chiang Rai, Thailand, Glo Ceteznik
  • Urban Impact Summer Academy lunches. Mid-week July for children in the Rainier Valley who attend a summer leadership program through Urban Impact. Elizabeth Cross-Nichol
  • Village of Hope-prison visitations at Clallam Bay, Boyd Stockdale
  • Youth Tutoring Program, after school tutoring through Catholic Relief Services, Rob Macaulay
  • Youthcare meals at Orion Center, Lindsay Murphy