Serve Opportunities

Ways to Give at Cornerstone

Move In Supplies for a HOME gentleman with new apartment

Below is a request list from a formerly (Yay!) homeless man from the HOME program.  He recently was able to move into an apartment, but doesn’t have much.  He has a lot of stairs so nothing heavy. Contact Connie Allen if you would like to donate. connie@the-allens.org or text/call 253-951-1268 (prefer text) for more information.

From the gentleman we are helping – “I thank the church so much for being there for me in my time of need. What a Blessing you all have been. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. Happy New Year.”  M. A. G.

Click here for List of supplies needed.

We Need Scripture Readers for Sunday Worship

Click here to sign up to read scripture.

Please Give Blood

HELP BLOODWORKS PREPARE FOR WINTER SEASON.

DONATE @ ST. BARB’S POP UP BLOOD DRIVE

32416 6TH AVE. | BLACK DIAMOND, 98010

JANUARY 14TH & 15TH

Extreme cold weather and seasonal illnesses often make it difficult for Bloodworks to maintain a sufficient blood supply at this time of year. Make your appointment to help us keep a stable blood supply through this season. Donating blood is an essential and encouraged activity critical to sustaining community healthcare, especially during emergencies. Your one-hour donation appointment is a safe action to support local hospitals and patients. Pop-Up Donor Centers are being conducted in accordance with social distancing guidelines.

No walk-ins, guests, or people under age 16 are permitted onsite. Donors are asked to bring a mask/face covering to your donation. To make your appointment, visit HERE or call 800-398-7888, use code 3140.

Please see bloodworksnw.org/coronavirus for more information on steps we’re taking to keep our donors and staff safe.

Personal Shopper for a Shut In Senior Citizen

Would you like to adopt another Merrill Garden’s resident? They have two new residents who need shopping help.  The residents are still not allowed to go shopping for themselves because the facility is afraid they will be exposed to too many Covid germs!  If you would like to help out, please reply to this email and let me know and I will give you their name and contact info.  If you aren’t sure, but you have some questions about this outreach please contact me and I will be happy to answer your questions.  Merrill Garden’s is in Auburn. If you have questions you can contact Carol Nohavec.

Other ways to Serve All Year at Cornerstone or in the Community

Our Blessing Box

During these difficult times we are seeing more and more activity at the Blessing Box in our parking lot.  On a daily basis people are donating to the box and taking items as needed.  If you would like to donate you can add things directly to the box or make financial donations to the church and memo them “Blessing Box?  We are SO grateful for your continued generosity.

Especially grateful for the bountiful donation for the blessing box thanks to Paul and Karen Dare and Thrivent Financial Services.


Blessings ~MSYG and Felicia 

Care Team

Karen Dare k_dare_1@yahoo.com  and Carol Nohavec  (carolnohavec@comcast.net

Provide meals (Kessa and Elliott having a new baby) and rides and visits and help to church members in need who have had new babies, illness, a death in the family, helping people move, etc.

Sew N Serve making masks for church and community. For more information email here

  1. Connie Allen is working with Catholic Community Services to serve sack lunches to the people served at the Day Use facilities. These will not just be the men whom we have hosted through HOME, but all the people who visit the Day Use Facilities. The number of people being served is much larger than our normal HOME dinners for 20-25, so working with a group of friends, your small group, etc. is recommended. Please follow the links below or contact Connie Allen connie@the-allens.org or text/call 253-951-1268 (prefer text) for more information.

Community Engagement Center Link (Kent)
The Community Engagement Center is located at 31225 W Smith St Kent, WA 98032; right behind CCS’s Kent Family Center Offices. We are seeking help to provide lunch on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays. Meals should be delivered between 11am and 12pm and should be for 35-70 people. Individually wrapped meals like sandwiches or burritos are preferred but family-style meals are appreciated too. · https://signup.com/go/RckdGLd

Facebook Link here

Erin Maguire, MSW
Catholic Community Services of King County
Regional Network Builder
erinma@ccsww.org | 206-327-2474

3. Looking for a new & simple Serve opportunity to support the homeless?  HOME is needing help picking up milk at Smith Brother’s Dairy & delivering to the CCS office in Kent on Friday mornings.  Connect with Peggy Kessel or Connie Allen to learn how.

4. Looking for men’s smaller (s-m) sized warm clothes, underwear and socks for women as well as men for homeless men.  Contact Peggy Kessel for pick up.  KesselCrib@comcast.net

Storehouse Covington Foodbank – info@CovingtonStorehouse.org

KentHOPE

  1. http://kenthope.org/

We need help making and delivering lunches to KentHope.  Look for upcoming dates soon!  Or you may contact Jolaine Elliott at Jolaineelliott@comcast.net or text her at 253-861-6740.

Vine Maple Place – Donations and Volunteers Needed

https://www.vinemapleplace.org/

Maple Valley Foodbank

https://maplevalleyfoodbank.org/

Habitat For Humanity

Cornerstone has a long-standing history supporting Habitat for Humanity and their builds around South King County. Cornerstone has been given the opportunity to participate in upcoming builds happening in our area. If you would like to find out more about this click here. You can speak with Bob or Connie Allen connie@the-allens.org or text/call 253-951-1268 (prefer text) for more information or the church office.

For anyone looking to get involved as an individual here is the link for more information. https://habitatskc.org

Supporting Elya Price and her Journey to Mission Work in Japan

Cornerstone Family,

This is going to come as a surprise, but I am in Japan as of January 1st! It was kind of a last minute decision by TEAM. Japan declared that they were going to close their borders again to all foreign travelers starting January 4th. So we quickly changed my flight, my COVID test, and got all the preparations in order. It’s been a long week! It’s finally happening!!

Thank you everyone for your support and prayers through this whole waiting period. I am excited for the adventure to come! I hope that you will continue with me on the Journey to Japan.

Prayer Requests

  • A good 14 day quarantine
  • That God would guide us in how we are to do ministry during the pandemic

To find out more about Elya’s Mission to Japan Click Here.

Give Online: 

https://team.org/give

Search for Missionary: 

Elya-anne Price 

ID: 012474 

Other Ways to Give: 

https://team.org/give/ways-to-give

Blessings,

Elya Price