Hearts and Hammers
This is a collaborative ministry supported by five congregations of the Lake Hills Interfaith Covenant. Over one weekend each year, teams of volunteers provide labor and supplies to help with major household repairs, small renovations, yard-work and cleaning for 4-5 local households.
Backpack Meals For Kids
This is a local group serving backpack meals for needy children in our Bellevue schools. Nonperishable meals are sent home with needy children on Fridays for weekend meals. Church of the Resurrection supports this wonderful program.
Congregations For The Homeless
This interfaith program based on the Eastside provides temporary housing for up to thirty homeless men, in collaboration with local congregations whose support includes sharing in the preparation and serving of meals across the year.
Crossroads Dinner Program
This program serves meals to homeless individuals and families in conjunction with the Salvation Army chapter at Crossroads in Bellevue. Resurrection serves dinner on every 5th Thursday.
This program gathers clean and gently used clothes for Tent City 4 and Jubilee Reach Heart & Home Center.
Mission to Seafarers
This ministry serves the needs of international seafarers who periodically dock in the Port of Seattle. This is a collaborative ministry with many congregations participating and a wonderful source of fellowship as well as giving.
Each November, a volunteer team at Resurrection collects and assembles food baskets for 3-4 local families identified through neighborhood schools. Each basket includes a complete Thanksgiving meal as well as grocery certificates.
United Thank Offering
UTO is a worldwide, year-round devotional program for individuals and families sponsored by the Episcopal Church, focusing on giving daily thanks for the blessings in our everyday lives.
Hopelink Food Basket
This program collects nonperishable food and distributes it to Hopelink in Bellevue once a month.
Collecting used towels to be used for the animals in there cages.
Our Pastoral Care ministry brings kindness, care, or simply a presence to those in need or joy.
This is a quiet ministry, but one that is a core of our church. It provides quick and continual prayer as prayer requests are passed among the Prayer Chain members, with each member praying in their own time, place and way.
Lay Eucharistic Ministry
The Lay Eucharistic visitors bring Holy Communion to those who cannot attend our regular services because of illness, disability, or other hindrance.