Community Care

Cascade Church is committed to helping meet needs in and around our community.  Community Care gives us the opportunity to impact local individuals and families who need help in times of crisis. We serve through assistance with bills, grief support and help with memorials, and Biblical counseling. 
Community Care is often a person's first point of contact with the church, and our first chance to share the love of Jesus.


Please call the church office at 360-794-4600 for information and assistance with the following:

Benevolent Assistance

If you are requesting benevolent assistance please call the church office to set up a time to come in and fill out paperwork. Bring your photo ID as we will need a copy. 

Memorial Requests

Please call church office to set up an appointment.

Biblical Counseling

Please call church office to receive our intake form and set up an appointment.  


GriefShare Support Group
Tues. at 6:30-8:30pm in CLC101
March 19 - June 11, 2019

GriefShare is a ministry for help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. It is a 13 week video-based support group.  $15 per person covers the cost of the book.

 


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Poverty 101 Training
Saturday, July 20 9am-2:30pm

Poverty 101 by the Everett Gospel Mission is a foundation series of interactive exercises and conversational learning. You will be challenged by a growing self-awareness of how your life experience has fashioned both your understanding of poverty and those who are experiencing poverty

By the end of this training participants will have:

  • Explored what the bible says about poverty, how God defines poverty, and how we as his church are to engage with those experiencing poverty.

  • Increased self-awareness of life history and how that impacts personal understanding of poverty.

  • Begun to understand cross-cultural differences of social and economic class.

  • Learned about communication and relationship differences and how some specific tools can help build healthy interactions between those experiencing poverty and those in the middle and upper class.

  • Considered how economic, political, and social systems create barriers to change.

You will laugh, be moved, inspired, and perhaps confronted. What we are sure of is that each past participant tells us that you cannot partake of Poverty 101 and not be moved in some way.

Admission is free but LIMITED - Please register online

Lunch is provided (please let us know of any special dietary needs when you register)


Surviving the Holidays
Coming November 2019

When you are grieving a loved one's death, the holiday season can be especially painful. Our Surviving the Holidays seminar helps participants discover:

 
  • How to deal with emotions

  • What to do about traditions

  • Helpful tips for surviving social events

  • How to find hope for the future

Join us for this FREE encouraging seminar.