Enumclaw Youth and Family Services (EYFS), a private, non-profit resource agency, serves residents in Enumclaw and…More the Plateau area. A branch of Auburn Youth Resources, EYFS provides case management, substance abuse assistance, youth and family counseling, transitional housing help, and maintains a youth center.
The youth center, which is open Mondays through Fridays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on school days, and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays when school is not in session, is a casual hangout and features a television, computers with Internet, arcade games, and free popcorn.
EYFS also maintains a separate counseling office at 1029 Cole St. Access is by appointment only.
EYFS recently joined with Village Tutors to provide tutoring assistance for students in the Enumclaw School District.
EYFS is funded by multiple sources including the city of Enumclaw, United Way, and various grants and donations.
With Mount Rainier off in the near distance, the builders of Hope Lutheran Church knew a good thing when they saw…More it—that's why the church sits slightly askew on this unassuming suburban block in Enumclaw. The large picture window at the front of the church's sanctuary now affords each member in attendance an incomparable view of the Washington state landmark, set against the eastern skies.
Hope Lutheran was founded in Enumclaw by Danish Lutherans in 1894. Today, it ministers to a congregation of between 85 to 105 families and works in concert with nearby Trinity Lutheran Church to provide a strong base of support for both congregations. Both traditional and contemporary services feature music by talented church members, illustrating the overall celebratory and festive personality of this congregation. Sunday services include: contemporary service, youth classes/adult small groups and traditional service.
Members also host several Bible study sessions at their homes during the week. For more information on these sessions as well as special worship services during holidays, please contact the church office.