More Faith in Action…

“Faith in action is love – and love in action is service.”Mother Theresa

Saint Margaret’s also advocates for children, individuals with disabilities, and interfaith solidarity. Where we are called, we go gladly. Contact the Outreach Committee to volunteer your skills and talents.

Bridge Ministries Dinner

Bridge Disability Ministries honors the God-given dignity of people living with disabilities. Bridge Ministries build relationships among people of all abilities to alleviate isolation and enrich our churches and communities. Our services are shaped by our ecumenical Christian values. We believe that relationships are transforming; and that God reaches our hearts through others. For more information, click here.

Congregations for Kids

Congregations for Kids mission is to educate, encourage and equip the Church community by creating pathways to help care for foster children and those that support them.

Congregation for Kids Believes
God’s people are demanded to care for the Fatherless
Every child deserves a safe and loving family
Every family needs community
Everyone can do something
For more information, click here.

The Giving Tree

Each holiday season, Saint Margaret’s requests Christmas wish lists from programs that serve at-risk children in our community. Donors choose an ornament depicting a child’s first name, age, gender, and wished-for gift starting at $10. The donor attaches the ornament as the gift tag and returns it to their church or workplace. For more information, click here.

Interfaith Ministries

EISCC members represent dozens of eastside congregations and meet monthly on the second Tuesdays at noon at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, with lunch provided at no charge.

EISCC provides a forum to educate, advocate, initiate, coordinate, and support through task forces and other means, to work for the common good, and to address human needs and improve the quality of life of the citizens living in the Eastside communities of Bellevue, Kirkland, Issaquah, Renton, and Redmond. For more information, click here.