March 23, 2010
By Greg Farrar
Eastridge Christian Assembly board members cut the ribbon to open the congregation’s new building as parishioners look on March 20 at the dedication of the facility, located at 24205 S.E. Issaquah-Fall City Road. Photo by Greg Farrar
Written by Greg Farrar · Filed Under Local News
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One Response to “Big crowd for a big church”
What an exciting weekend for Issaquah!
It has been such a blessing for our family to be a part of all that Eastridge does for the community. I’m grateful that my children get to be a part of handing out 1,000 turkeys and bags of groceries to families in need each November. We’ve been a part of helping around the world, like the funds raised and given by Eastridge, to Haiti after their earthquake tragedy.
This new campus is a great opportunity to give people hope when they need it, on a greater scale. I’ve talked to dozens of our Issaquah teenagers facing situations that have seemed unbearable to them, but they’ve found encouragement and hope through the ministries of Eastridge. So many have decided not to participate in the alcohol and drugs any longer that they once were involved with.
Thank you Eastridge Church!
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