plateau partnerships

Many in our congregation are involved with these good causes. You can be too! 

Calvary gives financial support to these local organizations. Click on each logo to learn more.

  • blessing box temporarily suspended as of 1/19/21

    From: Calvary Presbyterian Church

    To: Community of Enumclaw


    We believe it is integral to our Christian faith, to feed the hungry.  During the

    pandemic, this need has increased.  The Blessing Box has helped us serve our

    neighbors and we are grateful for the support of our congregation and many

    who contribute food for the Blessing Box.


    Too frequently unwrapped food has been left, along with trash--food wrappers, etc. NOT in the garbage can, but on the ground. This attracts rodents

    and is unsafe.  In addition, used needles have recently been found.  

    This is a public health hazard.


    Given this situation we are temporarily suspending the Blessing Box ministry.

    We will be giving thought and prayer as to how to resolve this situation, while

    still addressing the need.   We appreciate everyone's support.


    Thank You,

    The Staff of Calvary Presbyterian Church

  • plateau outreach ministries

    Plateau Outreach Ministries includes Emergency Assistance, a Food and Clothing Bank, and The More Pennies from Heaven Thrift Shop.  Calvary has been giving support since POM's inception.

    Check out this link below that shares a little bit about Enumclaw and it's culture of caring for others:

  • rainier foothills wellness foundation

    This organization has multiple branches with many volunteers who serve throughout Enumclaw. There is the Care Van, the Neighbors Feeding Neighbors program, and Student Backpack Program along with the Full Bellies program mentioned below. Calvary will start supporting this non-profit in 2021.

  • full bellies program - Drive Through

    The Full Bellies Program is a project of the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation with Calvary support through use of our kitchen facilities and Fellowship Hall. Meals are served the first three Thursdays of each month. If you know of someone or a family that could use a free hot meal, have them enter through Calvary's glass Fellowship Hall door at 5:30-6:30 p.m. to partake. Contact Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation office  at  360-802-3206 to reach Colleen Michael.


    Started over 40 years ago by Calvary's Reverend Robert Sargent, the Enumclaw Food Bank was the first of its kind in this area. It has given food and supplies to many people and families over the years. The Kiwanis has been an integral part of the leadership as well. Calvary is pleased to help support this organization.