JOURNEY TOGETHER

GROUPS

Journey Together groups are designed to assist you as you journey with God, no matter where you are on your journey. Our journeys together may simply provide time to enjoy an activity together, take us deeper in understanding and applying the Bible to our lives, or they may allow time to reveal God’s loving character with each other. But the focus of our journey is on building interpersonal relationships through love, support, friendship, connection, and growing closer to God.

Blood Drives

Quarterly bloodmobile in the parking lot

Every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood. Bloodworks Northwest provides blood to more than 90 hospitals in our area. Blood is needed for accident victims, those having major surgery, some diseases require blood or component parts as well as many with cancer. Not only do you help someone else thus increasing your own happiness levels but recent research reveals that you lower your own risk of heart disease and heart attack and it can help keep your liver healthy. Do yourself a good deed!

Celebrate Recovery

Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at North Cascade SDA Church

 

Celebrate Recovery is an amazing faith-based support group. No matter what your situation there is good news: regardless of whether your problem is emotional, financial, relational, spiritual, or sexual - God wants to help you! It is for anybody who has a hurt, habit, or hangup.

 

Celebrate Recovery is based on the Beatitudes and the goal is not simply to recover from past sins and hurts but to become more Christlike. Anonymity and confidentiality is strictly enforced.

Family Promise

Serve an evening meal to or spend the night with our guests at Family Promise once a quarter. It is super simple and fun!

What is Family Promise of Skagit Valley?

Family Promise works together with area churches to provide temporary housing, meals, and services to homeless families. They mentor at-risk families, they teach financial literacy , they help find jobs and affordable housing and they create programs to meet specific needs in the community. It is part of a national organization who advocates for public policies that alleviate poverty and promote the economic stability of low-income families.

Haggen Women's Bible Study

Every other Thursday evenings at 8 p.m. at the Haggen in Burlington.

 

Women's group meets to study the Bible and learn together through discussion and prayer. This is an on-going group.

Holiday Baskets Ministry

Yearly project in November and December

We prepare food baskets for those needing a little help during the holidays. There are many ways to help with this ministry: moving furniture at the youth house, setting up food tables, moving boxes of stored food to the youth house, sorting and organizing the food, purchasing and sorting perishable food, and filling boxes with food for a family. Food and money donations are also greatly appreciated. Much of the work is done on Sundays and weekday evenings during November and December. Shopping for perishables is done on Thursday and Friday before food boxes are delivered on Saturday. Even an hour or two or your help is greatly appreciated.

Monday Morning Bible Study

Monday mornings from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Fireside Room

Our group studies various devotional materials and  discusses insights we gain as well as spend time in prayer.

Senior Luncheon

Second Tuesdays of the month at 11:30 a.m. at the Royal Star Buffet Restaurant in Burlington, WA

AARP thinks you are a senior citizen when you turn 50 years old! We don’t have any age limits for this fun-loving group (it just sounds like it!). Join us regularly or occasionally and get better acquanted with others in our community. Each family is responsible for their own charges.

S.W.A.T. Team

First Saturdays at 4 p.m. in the Youth House

 

S.W.A.T. Team Youth Prayer Group (Spiritual Weapons
And Tactics) meets the first Sabbath of the month
to pray for our youth and young people. Join us as
we intercede with God on behalf of our young people
- that they will have a personal friendship with God
and will deepen that relationship through personal
devotions, that they will share their faith, that they
will live in a way that brings glory to God, that they
will be open to God’s leading in their relationships,
education, and future.

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Contact

800 Peacock Lane

Burlington, WA 98223

​Tel: 360-757-7577 

Office Hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Email: churchoffice@ncsda.org

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