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Compassion and Justice
Organizations We Partner With and Support
Our denomination's efforts to "love mercy and do justice"
Holistic discipleship means loving God and loving our neighbors with both our words and our actions. Our core commitments of Compassion and Justice are a way to meet both direct, felt needs and to contribute to long-term, sustainable, and systemic change in the world as a response to Christ’s teachings, death, and resurrection. Read more about our vision and commitments here.
Sharing the Harvest: For those who already ordered apples in September: More details will be available soon; apple pick-up will happen Nov. 3, 2013. More info about this program can be found here.
Immigration Advocacy Conversation: Quest was excited to co-host an event on October 2nd, 2013, on this issue, along with partners from the faith community and legisltative world who are actively seeking to help reframe this conversation and equip people to get involved and take action. Here is the video recording of the event. Information about this event, along with an exapnded list of best-practices resources, can now be found on our online Faith and Immigration Resource page. Join the conversation - continue to engage this issue - check back here for more information in the future.
Rev. Dr. James Forbes and Bread for the World: Quest hosted this one-night only preaching engagement with Rev. Dr. Forbes on October 16th, 2013. Rev. Dr. Forbes provided a new look at the story of the Prodigal Son in order to engage us in a discussion of global hunger. More information from this event can be found here. Here is the full video recording of the event.
A Conversation with Christena Cleveland: November 20th, 2013, join us for a night of conversation with the author of "Disunity in Christ" as we discuss what intentional reconciliation in the church looks like. More event details here.
Bridge Care Center: The BCC is a drop-in ministry for homeless women and men living in Ballard. We offer a clothing closet, case management services, computer access and other support as we build relationships within an underserved population in our city. Learn more about the BCC here. Volunteers are needed for two-hour shifts on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and every other Saturday. Clothing donations are also needed for men’s and women’s clothing. For more information or to get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Refugee Engagement: Through a partnership with World Relief Seattle, Quest volunteers are trained and paired with recent refugee families living in the Seattle-Kent area to serve as cultural companions. Volunteers also meet monthly as a team to share ideas, stories, prayer requests, and learn more. Contact for more info: email@example.com
Faith & Race: In tandem with Quest's Depth Class ministry, we host a multi-week conversation covering issues of racial reconciliation inside and outside of the church. Click here to read more about Faith and Race.
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