Partnerships & Collaborations

We seek to join God's Shalomic mission of reconciling all peoples, cultures & things.

LEVERAGING our Campus addressing housing insecurity

Our On-Campus Neighbors

Jesus Christ summed up all of scripture by inviting the love neighbor as self, as a faithful expression of one’s love of the Divine. Throughout our history we have sought to hold our North Bellevue campus with open hands, hoping to bless and serve our neighbors.

Sophia's Place Shelter

Sophia’s Place Extended-Stay Shelter provides a safe, warm, and stable space to 21 women for six months. The doors are also open from 8:00AM-3:00PM as a drop-in day shelter for women.

Each woman has a cubicle – her own personal space where she can safely keep her belongings. The cubicle is furnished with a single bed (covered by a hand-sewn quilt donated by our community), a bedside table, and a cupboard.

24/7 support and services
Nourishing meals
Access to showers, laundry, computers, and phones
Supportive case management:

Sophia’s Place is located at:
3032 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
(located on the lower level of St Luke’s – north end of our parking lot)
Phone: 425.896.7385

30Bellevue Apartments

30Bellevue, located behind St Luke’s, has 63 total affordable apartments ranging from studio to 3-bedrooms, more than half of which directly serve currently homeless households in partnership with King County. In partnership with St. Luke’s, this community has easy access to public transit, wireless internet in common areas, and is built to achieve Washington State Evergreen standards for energy efficiency. Located nearby bus lines with a transit score of 42 and a bike Score of 44. 30Bellevue is available for those earning between 30% and 80% of the area median income. Please review Imagine Housing’s Income and Rent Limit Table

30Bellevue is located at:
3040 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
(located directly behind St Luke’s Lutheran Church)
For Inquiries: 425.896.7385

collective service beyond our Campus

Valued Partnerships

St Luke’s seeks to bless and join the good and beautiful work others have begun.  Over the years we have joined with other groups and organizations to bless and serve.  We believe that no one should be alone.

Holden Village

Partnership Since 2022

Holden Village is a retreat center located in the North Cascade mountains of Washington State. The Village seeks to cultivate a more just, sustainable, and compassionate world.  It was to Holden Village that Pastor Mark Griffith and family were commissioned to go on an eighteen-month pilgrimage.  Pastor Mark served as the Holden Village Chapline from February 2022 through August 2023.  Visit Holden’s website.

Interfaith Task for Homelessness

Partnership Since 2009

The Interfaith Task Force on Homelessness (ITFH) is composed of individuals representing religious congregations, religious and secular organizations which work toward preventing and ending homelessness. Most of our membership spans much of the religious community, including Christian, Unitarian, Jewish, and Muslim. We reach out to all sectors of the faith community to join us in action and to support us morally and financially. More than this, we work as colleagues with all who seek to alleviate the harm of homelessness. Formed in 2001 under St. Mark’s Cathedral Seattle, we’ve been subsequently hosted by The Church Council of Greater Seattle, and since 2009 by St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.

Porch Light (formerly CFH)

PARTNERing To end men’s housing insecurity SINCE 1993

Porch Light was known for years as CFH (Congregations for the Homeless).  They changed their name after opening their their Eastgate shelter in the summer of 2023. Their mission is to partner with men and the community to create a path from homelessness to stable living. Porch Light also has a rotating shelter that was created with the mission to provide a warm, safe, and hospitable place for up to 30 single men to sleep and be nourished with three healthy meals each day. Over the years, the shelter program has added access to showers, laundry, computers, medical assistance, and dental services. St Luke’s has been proud to host these men every February for many years.

Salvation Army Feeding Program

HELPING to end food insecurity since 2003

On a regular basis we provide nutritious hot meals to the Salvation Army – Crossroads Bellevue location. Gathering around tables with others is vital to following in the Way of Jesus, and this practice provides our community an opportunity to come along some of our neighbors seeking to escape the daily burdens of food insecurity. If you would to join in just to get a feel, or make this a regular part of your spiritual practice, contact us to learn how we can help you get connected.

Homes of Hope & YWAM

CREATING HOMES in Ensenada mexico for fAMILIES SINCE 2001

Homes of Hope has built over 6300 homes in over 23 nations. St Luke’s has made it a  once-yearly mission of building a home for a deserving family in Ensenada, Mexico for many years. St Luke’s provides the labor and they take care of the rest! It’s “Hands on” participation – more than just writing a check, you actually build the home as a team. It’s fun, it’s uplifting and it’s a real bonding experience. Each home build takes two full working days or a total of 16 hours. It takes approximately 15 people (ages 15 and older) to build a house. Inquire about how you can become part of our team.

Support Our Collective Service

Select the entities you’d like to donate to on our Giving page. Thank you for helping us end homelessness and food insecurity in Bellevue, WA and beyond.