Contact Us

  • Phone: (425) 702-0303
  • Email: 
  • Meeting Address:
    9900 Willows RD NE Redmond, WA 98052

Service Times

  • Sunday: 9am & 11am

Live Stream

  • Sunday: 9am & 11am

Stw// Local Ministries

Together We Serve our Local Community!

Over the years many incredible local ministries have been birthed out of Overlake and partnerships established in our local area. Below are some ways that you can get involved in making a difference here in our local community.   

Safe Parking

OCC has a Safe Parking ministry to provide a temporary and safe place for up to 15 single men and couples with no place to stay. These guests are living in their cars in the Overlake back parking lot while we work together toward securing permanent housing and other resources.

  • Prepare & Serve a Meal: Every Monday & Saturday, Overlake hosts a meal for our safe parking guests. Individuals and/or families can help by providing and serving a meal.

  • Shower Ministry: Overlake provides showers for anyone that needs them, weekly Mon-Saturday 9am-1pm. We need folks to help check in people, provide towels and any instructions. 

 Contact Person: Tom Boerman,


You Belong Community 

You Belong is OCC’s ministry to at-risk women, youth, and children from all backgrounds through providing resources, trainings and tools that encourage greater independence and growth. 

  • Donation Sorting/Organizing
  • Class/Workshop instructors
  • Social Media Help (remote option available)
  • Event Planning (remote option available)
  • Help with Drop in Center

Contact Person: Elizabeth Hamp,


Bridge Receiving Center 

The Bridge Receiving Center is a safe place for children entering foster care to land to receive services while a permanent placement can be found.

  • Bridge Helpers: Volunteer with children & assisting staff (background check required).
  • Bridge Buyers: Shop for quality clothes at second-hand stores from a provided monthly list.
  • Bridge Tenders: Provide handywork/minor repairs for the center (background check required).

Contact Person: Tracy Rubstello,   


Seattle Angels 

Seattle Angels is a local foster care non-profit that walks alongside children, youth, and families in the foster care community with tangible love and support. 

Love Boxes: You can support a local foster family by providing a monthly personal care package.   In addition, you can build ongoing relationship with that family by bringing meals, babysitting, helping with chores, tutoring kids, etc. Find out more info HERE.

Contact Person: Angelina Denver,



R.E.S.T. is a locally based organization that offers pathways to freedom, safety, and hope to individuals who have experienced the sex trade.  They believe that everyone deserves to be loved and a life free from exploitation. 

Comfort Kits: These are kits that are offered to women on the streets which are made up of essential hyenine products & other comfort items. For a list of supplies needed and further information click HERE

Contact Person: Lisa O'Dell,


World Relief 

World Relief is a humanitarian organization working locally to help refugees and other immigrants resettle here in Western WA. 

Host Homes: You can provide a temporary home for newly-arrived refugees and asylees.  There is a need for host homes in four different capacities: Travel Hosting (1-7 days), Resettlement Hosting (1-4+ weeks), Remote Hosting (6+ weeks), and On Call (1x a month).  For more on each type click HERE.

Cultural Companions: You can be a cultural companion to a newly-arrived refugee and/or asylee in order to help them in their adjustment to life in the US. Minimum of 3-4 visits per month (minimum 6 month commitment). Click HERE for more info.

Welcome Kits: Refugees and asylees often flee their homes at a moment’s notice. Welcome Kits provide the basic items needed for people as they resettle in WA. There are household kits, school kits, and travel kits that are needed.  Click HERE for more info on Welcome Kits!

Furniture & Household Item Donations: You can help by donating household items to furnish apartments for newly arrived families and meet the needs of other immigrants in vulnerable situations.

For a complete list of ways to serve with World Relief, click HERE.

Point of contact:  Vienna Christensen,