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Trinity Lutheran Church
1535 Washington Ave, Enumclaw, WA 98022
The Trinity Lutheran Church, located just off State Route 169 on Porter St., serves a congregation of about 180 peopleMore in Enumclaw. In addition to worship, members engage in community involvement and volunteerism through a variety of outreach efforts such as the Plateau Outreach Ministries in Enumclaw. Trinity Lutheran also operates Trinity Lutheran Preschool, which is located off-site.
Enumclaw Seventh-day Adventist Church
3333 Griffin Ave, Enumclaw, WA 98022

Pastor Bob Stephan leads the Enumclaw Seventh-day Adventist Church, which is made up of a community of about 150More members. Both a women's and a men's ministry work to support the surrounding community. The women's ministry organizes a free craft/scrapbooking class once a month, and cards and various creations are often made available for members and visitors alike for free. The men's ministry works to collect donations, including bedding and furniture, and distribute them to needy families. Those interested in learning more about the women's ministry should contact Christy Sheppard at 360-829-6486. For questions regarding the men's ministry, please contact Gregg McKown at 360-349-0700.

The Church collectively supports the Plateau Outreach Ministries as well, having donated 5,800 pounds of food to the local food bank in 2010.

New Life Foursquare Church
731 Watson St N, Enumclaw, WA 98022
Located on Watson Street just off of busy Roosevelt Avenue behind the Safeway, New Life Foursquare Church Morebegan in 1986 in Enumclaw. According to the Church's website, it was known at that time as Morning Star Christian Fellowship. The Church joined the Foursquare movement in 1989 and in 2007, the new name was adopted. Today, the Church operates under the leadership of Pastor Marcus Kelly and the emphasis on missionary work is strong. The Church continues to support Plateau Outreach Ministries locally and extends its reach globally as well. Ministries serving children, youth, men and women provide additional support and fellowship opportunities to Church members.
First Baptist Church of Enumclaw, SBC
3466 Porter St, Enumclaw, WA 98022

The First Baptist Church of Enumclaw was first established in 1960 and met at a church closer to downtown Enumclaw onMore Griffin Avenue before moving to its current location at 3466 Porter Street in the 1970s. 

The current location includes a fellowship hall, multiple classrooms and a worship hall sitting in front of 5 acres of open grass land that is suited for a variety of church and community activities. 

Driven by the mission: "Exalt the Savior, Evangelize the lost, and Equip the saints," current Pastor James D. Dunn leads a congregation of about 150.

Members participate in events and fundraisers through which they are able to put raised funds immediately back into serving the community. The First Baptist Church of Enumclaw is a supporter of Plateau Outreach Ministries through its membership in the Plateau Ministerial Association. The Church also conducts its own community outreach. You can check the church Web site for information on latest efforts and for a complete schedule of services.

Plateau Outreach Ministries
1806 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA 98022

Plateau Outreach Ministries represents a concerted effort on the part of churches in the greater Enumclaw area, whichMore are collectively known as the Plateau Ministerial Association, to provide a variety of social services for those in need. 

These include:

  • The Samaritan Project: Provides counseling and help with vouchers for rent, emergency shelter, bills, medications and other basic needs. (Office Hours: M, W, Th; 9:30 - 11:30 am.)
  • Food and Clothing Bank: Provides nonperishable fresh and frozen foods. Clothing is donated by affiliate More Pennies from Heaven thrift store and other community organizations. (W; 9:30 - Noon, (emergency pantry M - S 9:00 - 3:00.))
  • Senior Care Corps: Offers assorted services and help for seniors and other family members including transportation, government benefits, and more. (Office Hours: M, W, Th; 9:30 - 11:30 am.)
  • More Pennies from Heaven Thrift Store: Sells an assortment of gently used items including clothing, household supplies, books, and various collectibles; volunteer-supported; donations welcome during store business hours. (Tue - Sat, 10am -  4pm.)
Enumclaw Community Church
28121 SE 448th St, Enumclaw, WA 98022
"We are committed to sharing Jesus, growing in faith, and doing good to all people in Jesus' name." The EnumclawMore Community Church came about in the early 90s after the merger of two earlier area churches: the Sierra Vista Church of Christ and a local house church. An active supporter of the local Plateau Outreach Ministries, the church is described as a non-denominational Christian church. Church members also take part in overseas outreach efforts  -- both in the form of financial help and through mission trips -- through the Essential American Mission, which works to support schools and provide medical care in Honduras. Sunday schedule includes: 9am coffee, 9:30am worship and 11am bible study. The Enumclaw Community Church counts among its members residents outside of Enumclaw city limits, and the distance is accommodated by several home group sessions held during the week at various locations. Contact the church for more information about these sessions.
Rainier Hills Young LIfe
737 Griffin Ave, Enumclaw, WA 98022

Rainier Hills Young Life is a non-denominational Christian outreach group that works with teens. Young Life seeks toMore earn the right to be heard in teens' lives through building bridges of friendship with its adult community mentors.

The Rainier Hills Young Life group serves about 400 teens locally and regionally through the work and mentorship of about 40 adult volunteers. The group covers the Plateau area, including Black Diamond, Greenwater, parts of Bonney Lake and all middle and high schools in the Enumclaw and White River school districts.

Highlights of Young Life's outreach efforts include its popular summer camps with locations in Eastern Oregon and in British Columbia. Teens are able to help cover expenses through scholarship and ample fundraising opportunities.

Young Life also has specific ministries to serve younger, middle-school-aged children as well as teen moms.

There are 56 Young Life organizations throughout Washington state. The Rainier Hills chapter of Young Life just celebrated its 30th anniversary serving the Plateau area. Young Life was founded in 1941 and is now found across the U.S. and in more than 70 countries worldwide.

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