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Local Partnerships

We at Hamblen understand that God is at work in the world — and as we make ourselves available to God as His active followers, we join God in mission! Through this church, you will find opportunities for all ages to be at work in God’s mission together.

Our church partners financially with the following local organizations. Find out how you can serve!

  • Cup of Cool Water, a downtown ministry with street youth. Make and/or deliver sack dinners on the first Monday of the month. Contact: Marc & Debbie Connally

  • House of Charity, a homeless shelter run by Catholic Charities. Visit the House of Charity for conversation and Bible Study every Wednesday morning with a small group from Hamblen. Contact: Betty Thompson

  • Family Promise, an organization providing families temporary shelter in twelve area churches, helping them find permanent housing. Be a host for Family Promise the next time the families come to Hamblen! Contact: Pam Richardson

  • Liberty Park Community Development Center, a ministry of the Presbytery that provides a preschool and after-school mentoring for children in the Liberty Park neighborhood. Contact: Heather Marshall

  • Meals on Wheels, a ministry providing meal delivery to homebound seniors in our community. 

  • Mission Community Outreach Center, a free clothing, household goods, and infant supplies bank serving the Mission Community neighborhood. Donate to the Outreach Center at any time by bringing goods to the donation bins at HPPC located in the cupboards across from the Youth Room.

  • Westminster Food Bank, a food pantry in the West Central neighborhood of Spokane. Volunteer at the pantry on Wednesdays or Fridays (dates vary). Contact Westminster Presbyterian Church at 509-328-5002 for more information or to sign up.

  • A Bite 2 Go, providing weekend food packs for children in need at Hamblen Elementary School and Liberty Park Community Early Learning Center.

  • Big Table, a non-profit dedicated to caring for those who work in the restaurant and hospitality industry. 

  • Hope House, serves homeless women, giving them a place to sleep and providing an opportunity for permanent housing. 

  • Shalom Ministries, serves the hungry and homeless in downtown Spokane.

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