Serve Opportunities

Serve Team Sponsored Charities

Help Youth Ministries with Supplies for Youth Camp Aug 6-8th

All Church Work Party

Mark your calendars for August 28th for an all-church work party to help clean up the church grounds. Bring gloves, yard tools, weed whackers, etc…and help make Cornerstone grounds beautiful. We appreciate all your help. If you have questions you can email Dan Prideaux or Diane Culp.

Help “Farmer John”

Real Life Church and Storehouse Ministries has an outdoor garden of fresh veggies and Farmer John is looking for assistance. If spending time in the garden is something you enjoy contact Connie Allen or follow the link below to volunteer.


Kent Hope also has a list of other important needs to help the ladies and children: underwear size 5 -8, paper towels and plates, disinfectant wipes, masks, gloves, individually wrapped treats for kids, laundry soap, tp and general hygiene products. Lorena will also be at the church the Sundays of drive in church to collect any donations you may have.

Grateful to our Serve Team that continues to prepare meals for the ladies at KentHOPE.


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

Hospitality is in Need of Volunteers

Hospitality Team is in need of volunteers to help greet people on Sunday mornings. If you are able to help please email Brian Heineman.

Habitat For Humanity

The Cornerstone community began working with Habitat for Humanity years ago when Daniel Foster was pastor.  They introduced themselves to the congregation and provided an overview of their activities and opportunities to volunteer.  Various members of the congregation have been involved with them over the years to build affordable housing.”


Connie and Bob Allen

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 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.

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.

Care Team

Karen Dare  and Carol Nohavec  (

Provide meals, childcare 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.

Cornerstone Supports Missionaries

Elya Price and her Mission Work in Japan

Cornerstone Family,
Japan has finally ended its second state of emergency and things are opening back up again. They are also moving forward with vaccinations; they are still only vaccinating the elderly at this point. However, in light of these we are moving forward with some events we have been planning. Starting with a “Tea Time” event we will be hosting with local community members of our town. We will be discussing what community means to them and how we as foreigners can better serve our community. Please be praying for this!

If you’d like to know more, please read this month’s newsletter:
Elya Price

Prayer Requests:- Prayer for our Tea Time event and that we would be able to connect better with the community center of our town.- Continued prayer for my time at the cafe and my relationship with the kitchen manager.- Continued prayer for my time at Curves as I hope to build friendships with the ladies that work and work out there.

Search for Missionary: 

Elya-anne Price 

ID: 012474 

Other Ways to Give:


Elya Price

Matthew Culp Mission Trip to San Diego

This summer I will be participating in a 5-week spiritual leadership program in San Diego called Elevate. Elevate is about preparing me to be an effective disciple maker and church leader for the rest of my life. I have spent the last semester learning to lead a village, our small group structure, and discipling one of my friends who has since decided to follow Jesus. This year has been challenging spiritually, making clear that I still have many things to learn about leading others toward Christ. I think Elevate will help me become a more effective leader within the church and help me lead more people towards Christ. I would greatly appreciate prayers for the success of the trip and for the safety of the 64 participants. Please reach out with any questions you have! Yours in Christ,

Matthew Culp


Here’s a link with more details on the project and my personal link with more on why I want to go on the trip:

Molly Bartlett Mission Trip to New York

Molly Bartlett, our former Children’s Ministries Summer Intern is preparing for a summer missions trip to New York.!/#/19219/elevate-international-quarter-schools/participants/199018/donate

Other ways to serve and give in our church and community

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.

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 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. ·

Facebook Link here

Erin Maguire, MSW
Catholic Community Services of King County
Regional Network Builder | 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.

Storehouse Covington Foodbank –

Click here to read a special thank you from Storehouse.

Vine Maple Place – Donations and Volunteers Needed

Maple Valley Foodbank