We are committed to partnering with God in his transformative work by partnering with others locally, regionally, and globally. We invite you to join us in supporting our partners through prayer, by giving, and, in some cases, by volunteering.
Local and Regional Partners
Graduate Christian Fellowship (GCF) is a campus ministry for graduate and professional students at the University of Washington. GCF is led by our friends Calvin Chen and Ashley and Geoff Van Dragt. GCF’s vision is to see graduate and professional students shaped by the Gospel and renewing the campus and the world for God.
Church on the Ave (CoTA) is a daughter church of Kelsey Creek Church that grew out of our partnership with GCF and was planted by our friends Calvin Chen and Ashley and Geoff Van Dragt. CoTA aspires to be a multi-generational, multi-ethnic community of Christians who, in worship and shared life, embodies and proclaims the Gospel of Jesus in and beyond the University District.
Jubilee REACH seeks to serve and love in and around the Bellevue Public School District. Jubilee Reach staff and volunteers meet the needs of students and families at the Jubilee REACH Center, at the Jubilee REACH Thrift Store, and at community building events.
Congregations for the Homeless (CFH) helps to transition men in East King County from homelessness to permanent housing. CFH also provides an emergency winter shelter, a program for year-round shelter, case management, and subsidized housing.
Bethany Christian Services provides Christian family counseling, adoptive placement, temporary foster care for children, and support for refugees and immigrants.
Acres of Diamonds provides homeless moms and kids non-traditional, community-based transitional housing. Acres of Diamonds has locations in Duvall and Issaquah.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can serve with our local and regional partners.
Global Partners (Organizations)
Days for Girls provides people around the world with access to quality, sustainable menstrual hygiene education and kits. Kelsey Creek Church works with Days for Girls to make and distribute hygiene kits in El Salvador and other countries.
Ninos Tres Rios helps improve the consistency of children’s education in small villages in El Salvador by providing scholarships and related educational expenses for children and youth. They also help provide educational and medical services to disabled children and young adults.
World Renew helps people around the world experience and extend Christ’s compassion through community development, disaster response and rehabilitation, and peace and justice initiatives. World Renew is associated with the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Global Partners (Individuals)
Ray and Angie DeLange serve at Pars, a Bible training school for Middle Eastern people groups in London, England. Pars is operated through East-West Ministries.
Margaret Njuguna founded the En-Gedi Children’s Home in Kenya to care for children with disabilities through collaborating with families, government departments, like-minded agencies, faith-based organizations, and corporations to build a continuum of compassionate care.
Brett and Angela Nicholson serve with Engineering Ministries International in Uganda. Brett is a construction manager. Angela serves with EMI’s Research and Development team, while also working as a school nurse at a Christian International School.
Rachel and Isla Beveridge serve with Resonate Global Missions in Guatemala. Isla works at a local high school, while Rachel’s work is focused on training young adults in Central America to serve in other Christian organizations and churches.
Ken and Chris Van Weerdhuizen are missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Ken is a pilot with JAARS, a support ministry for Wycliffe. Chris does administrative work for JAARS.
Contact email@example.com to find out how you can pray for and serve with our global partners.
In addition to the partners listed above, we support various ministries such as GEMS, Cadets, and Coffee Break, and we sustain a benevolence fund that our Deacons use to provide financial and material assistance for members of the church and the local community.