We are called to be the hands and feet of Christ to the world

Through our many outreach ministries and partnerships at Pointe of Grace, we invite you to participate where God has called you to serve and love your neighbor, listening to the suffering and oppressed, and being an advocate for God’s justice and mercy in the world.

Packs for kids

The first Sunday of the month at Pointe of Grace, donations are collected to support the Mukilteo School District Program, Packs for Kids, a non-profit ministry to feed children in the Mukilteo School District on the weekends during the school year. Packs for Kids is designed for students to receive a backpack filled with non-perishable food on Friday to support their families through the weekend. Teachers and counselors select the students who will participate in the program for the school year based on need.

If you would like to support this ministry financially, you may give via online or by writing a check, payable to Pointe of Grace and marked “Packs for Kids” clearly on the memo line.

If you would like to support this ministry through donations of supplies, here is a list of the needed items… 8 oz shelf stable milk, puddings (one chocolate, one vanilla), cocoa packet, tuna helper, canned tuna, Mac and cheese, ramen, cereals, fruit drink (100% juice), fruit cup (applesauce or fruit), fruit snack or fruit leather, raisins, oatmeal packets, cheese and crackers, peanut butter and crackers, cereal bar, crunchy granola bar, chewy granola bar, protein or nut bar, peanut butter, and microwave popcorn. Please check for expiration dates before donating.

If you would like to be a volunteer in this ministry through organizing donations or to deliver to the local schools, please contact the Packs for Kids coordinator, Colleen Nollette.

Contact:  Colleen Nollette, [email protected]

QR code for Packs for Kids Donations
Once on the giving page from this code there will be a dropbox to choose where your donation goes (Packs for Kids, Children & Youth Ministry or General Budget).

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Kitchen Garden

Pointe of Grace Kitchen Garden Map (revised 4-2-21)

Questions? Please email [email protected].

Seed and starter donations are welcome.

All For Peace

A partnership ministry with Trinity Lutheran Church and Dar Alarqam Mosque of Lynnwood, alongside the Islamic Center of Mukilteo and Pointe of Grace Lutheran provides space for dialogue with the hope of a greater understanding to work towards unity in a divided and fearful world. This ministry engages in social events and educational activities together. For the time being, our meetings are online, and usually the third Thursday of each month. If you would like to be on our email list, please contact Regina Ingram at [email protected] or Liz Gimmestad at [email protected]


Grief & Gratitude Support Group

Life is full of joys and struggles. It helps to have a place to take all which is on our hearts and have it held by others. During these uncertain times of the world, the one thing which we hold certain, is God’s unconditional love. As we cry, God cries with us. As we rejoice, God dances alongside. The Grief & Gratitude group is a place to share and to hold other’s stories. 

We will meet the second and fourth Monday of each month at the Mukilteo YMCA from 12:30pm-1:30pm. All are welcome. If you would like further information, please contact the office or Pastor Pam.

World Outreach

**Click Here to Donate Now to Lutheran Disaster Response’s relief efforts for the Crisis in Ukraine** Your gifts designated for “Eastern Europe Crisis Response” will be used entirely (100%) to provide support for people impacted by conflict in the region.

Pointe of Grace is part of the broader Evangelical Church in America (ELCA). The ELCA’s relief and development work is pursued and accomplished through a variety of bold, active ministries and initiatives:

  • ELCA Malaria Campaign
  • ELCA World Hunger
  • HIV and AIDS Ministry
  • Lutheran Disaster Response
  • Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

Each effort strives for justice, peace and change in the world, and draws its strength and effectiveness from working in partnership with others who share a common vision of serving and loving our neighbor and restoring and reconciling communities in Jesus Christ’s name.

We are also home to...

  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): several meetings throughout the week. Please see the calendar for meeting times and days.
  • Unity Church (services in Estonian) Sundays 1pm
  • Two Girl Scout Groups
  • Charter Scouts BSA Troop 189