Tuesday - Friday, 9am-1pm
Our food bank is open to anyone in the
community and is supported through
generous donations from the Seattle-based Emergency Feeding Program and folks in the IPC community.
IPC "adopts" a local supermarket each September to help collect food for the Emergency Feeding Program! In just 2 hours you can make a big difference for hungry people in our neighborhood.
This non-profit supported by IPC is dedicated to serving homeless and at-risk families by providing transitional and permanent housing, case management and support services.
Local, Eastside, and Regional Partnerships: Hopelink, Northwest Hope-Net, Mayor's Day of Concern for the Hungry, YoungLife.
International Missions: Missionaries in Thailand and Vietnam.
We seek to actively serve our neighbors and neighborhoods, beginning in Kirkland, Kenmore, and Bothell and extending from there throughout the region and the world.
Community Serve Day is a multifaceted movement of local churches, businesses, school districts, non-profits, PTSAs, and other community organizations with a passion is to mobilize as one for our community. We come together to help schools get ready for the new school year, to help our local schools become a premier learning environment for our kids. Studies show that a clean and encouraging learning environment heightens student involvement in school activities, develops a sense of pride and ownership in the school, and increases students overall learning levels.
This is an emergency homeless shelter in downtown Seattle that helps place those on the streets in shelters at the end of each day and also serves meals. Several times a year IPC is able to serve a hot meal to the homeless in Seattle. Contact the church office if interested in participating:
Visit their website to learn more!
IPC supports the work of this non-profit based out of Bellevue which helps those with disabilities. Their mission statement is simple: Because Bridge Disability Ministries honors the God-given dignity and giftedness of people with disabilities, we build relationships to alleviate isolation and enrich our churches and community.
Each year, our children's Sunday School classes select and save money for an animal from the Heifer Project. The animals they choose to purchase provide help to families around the world build a better life for themselves.