Mission Partners

Bread for the WorldBread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. Newport church does an annual letter writing on behalf of their causes.         (www.bread.org)                                         2015 Offering Letters

Bridge Disability Ministries  – Serves adults with disabilities. Recycles durable medical equipment.                     (www.bridgemin.org)

Church World Service – Works with partners to eradicate hunger & poverty globally.                        (www.churchworldservice.org)

Compass Center – Supports homeless men in Seattle. (Formerly 1st. Ave. Service Center)                                             (www.compasshousingalliance.org)

Congregations for the Homeless – Rotating church shelter program for men on the Eastside.                       (www.cfhomeless.org)

Covenant Network – National Presbyterian organization advocating for a fully inclusive church.                   (www.covnetpres.org)

Earth Ministries – Organizes for social change through environmental advocacy. Newport has their “Green Congregation” recognition.                                                                                                                                                                 (www.earthministry.org)

Eastside Domestic Violence – Provides support to victims of domestic violence. Now “LifeWire”                             (www.edvp.org)

Emergency Feeding Program – Provides emergency food in prepared bags for low-income folks.(www.emergencyfeeding.org)

Faith Action Network – Statewide multifaith organization advocating for justice issues.                                          (www.fanwa.org)

Food Life Line – Supplies food to local food banks.                                                                                       (www.foodlifeline.org)

Haiti Housing Project – Helping Haitians finish their partially completed homes using Haitian equipment labor and Materials.(www.homesforhaiti.org)

Hope Link – Provides food bank, housing and other services.                                                                                       (www.hope-link.org)

Julia’s Place – Shelter for families at Madrona Presbyterian Church in Seattle. Linked to Mary’s Place.(www.madronachurch.org)

Mary’s Place – Provides support of homeless women in Seattle at a day center & rotating church shelter program.  (www.marysplaceseattle.org)

Mission Development – Invest in churches while you earn interest (certificates of deposit).                                                (www.mdcprogram.org)

Nickelsville Tent City – Tent City for homeless families in Seattle. Newport helped build plywood sleeping shelters.(www.nickelsville.org)

Renewal Foodbank – Provides food supplies with a “shopping” format.                                                                        (www.renewalfoodbank.com)

Samaritan Center – “Family Christian counseling, with some subsidized rates. (Formerly Presbyterian Counseling Service.)”                                                                                                                                                        (www.samaritanps.org)

Seattle Univ. School of Theology & Ministry – Ecumenical theological training programs responsive to a multicultural church & society.                                                                                                                                             (www.seattleu.edu/stm)

Sharehouse – Provides furniture & other household items for folks moving from homelessness to housing. (www.thesharehouse.org)

Sophia Way – Provides support for homeless women on the Eastside.                                                         (www.sophiaway.org)

Sound View Camp – Presbyterian summer camp for kids.                                                                      (www.soundviewcamp.com)

Treehouse – Programs & services for kids in foster care in Greater Seattle.                                                   (www.treehouse4kids.org)


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