...we partner with a growing number of friends, both on our campus and in our neighborhood. Our in-building partners include Inglemoor Co-Op Preschool, Cub Scout Pack 564, Bethany Eastside Church, Girl Scouts, two distinct Classical Conversations communities, CYT and a long list of other neighborhood organizations that make use of our meeting space. In the wider community, we have active partnerships with Community Serve Day every August, Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (FHNA), Attain Housing, Bridge Ministries, Hopelink, and others, and emergency response partnerships with the City of Kirkland, CERT, and ARES.
Partnerships with the City of Kirkland and others for Emergency Preparedness. There is a lot to share about this dynamic undertaking. Check out the City of Kirkland's page for more information and get involved!
Open to anyone in the community. Meets in Tindall Hall (downstairs) in the West end of the building.
Our food pantry is open to anyone in the community and is supported through generous donations from IPC and neighbors. All food not given away here is passed along to the Woodinville Storehouse – it all gets used! During stay home, stay safe our Food Pantry will be open on Fridays from 9-12 or by appointment. To make an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-823-9334.
The Lunch Buddy program brings students who need a little individual attention together with caring adults.. Lunch Buddy mentors commit to one lunch hour, once a week for the school year in Lake Washington School District. The Next trainings are: Dec 16 12:30-2:30 and Jan 8 1-3. Contact Victoria Goetze-Nelson email@example.com
Inglewood Presbyterian has partnered with King Conservation District in a wetland restoration project north of our facility. Work has already started, with invasive-species removed and native vegetation planted. The project was reviewed and approved by the City of Kirkland. For more information, please contact our office. And new this summer, we are extending the restoration along the eastern edge of our parking area.
Garden plots are available for just $50 for the year. Much of the space has already been planted - fencing, water and a pathway are already in place. Antje and Annette are planning Garden events. Sustainable gardening and organic practices are taught, with plans for guest speakers and a chance to learn from each other. If you love to garden and need a space - or have outgrown your own yard - we have a place for you. Beds are raised and filled and ready to plant. Spaces are roughly 72 square feet with some more square than others. It is situated in a field with a good mix of full and partial sun through the day.
Contact Annette at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information