Partners & Friends

 


Rogers Adventist School

The University Church supports Rogers Adventist School on many fronts: financially, with volunteers, with prayer, and with a spirit of positivity and joy. Rogers is a K-8 school with nearly 300 students. It is staffed by an incredibly dedicated team of teachers, administrators, and support staff -- each whom are dedicated to quality education and modeling Jesus to each one of their kids. 

If you are interested in your child attending Rogers School, please inquire with Holley Bryant, Rogers' Principal. She'd love to connect with you for a consultation to discuss your child's needs and goals. Call 509-529-1850, ext. 211 or email her by clicking here.

200 SW Academy Way
College Place, WA  99324
509.529.1850
rschool.org

 

 

WWVA - Walla Walla Valley Academy

The University Church also partners with WWVA, our 9-12 fully Accredited High School. WWVA has just under 200 students and is staffed by a host of extremely dedicated and talented teachers and staff. At the University Church, we believe in Christian Education, and we believe in the mission of WWVA. 

If you are interested in more information about WWVA, would like to explore how their program can meet your teen's needs, please contact Principal Brian Harris at 509.525.1050 or by email at harrbr@wwva.org.

300 SW Academy Way
College Place, WA  99324
509.525.1050
wwva.org

 


SonBridge

The University Church partners closely with SonBridge, an outreach and service endeavor in the Walla Walla Valley. SonBridge offers medical and dental care, education, addiction recovery, and many other services free of charge to those struggling financially. The ministry is funded by donations, underwriting support by local churches, as well as by its on site thrift store. 

SonBridge is always in need of and looking for help around the facility -- from Doctors and Dentists and other medical professionals, to construction experts, to cashiers, this is a great way to connect with your community and give to others in a tangible way.

Check out local news coverage on SonBridge:

http://union-bulletin.com/news/2015/jun/21/oral-health-care-scarce-impoverished-area/
http://union-bulletin.com/news/2013/oct/15/sonbridge-fills-gap-valleys-social-services/
http://gleanernow.com/news/2013/10/sonbridge-receives-murdock-grant

1200 SE 12th St.
College Place, WA 99324
509.529.3100
sonbridge.org

 

Walla Walla General Hospital

Adventists and health go back a very long ways. Adventist healthcare in Walla Walla goes back as far as the turn of the century. The University Church is proud to partner with Walla Walla General Hospital, part of the Adventist Health network, a promoter of holistic health and wellness. 

1025 S. Second Ave.
Walla Walla, WA  99362
509.525.0840
wwgh.org

 

LeadOut Ministries

Our very own Pastor Troy Fitzgerald is the director of Lead Out Ministries, a non profit that provides training, books, resources, and support for people and organizations dedicated to youth and young-adult ministries. Check out their site to access volumes of material to bless your ministry!

PO Box 5
College Place, WA 99324
509.527.2834
leadoutministries.com

 

 

The One Project

The One Project is an organization dedicated to the idea that a Jesus-driven, Jesus-bathed, Jesus-backed, Jesus-led, Jesus-filled, Jesus-powered, all-about-Jesus Adventist Church is the uncompromising directive from our past, the joy of our present, and hope for our future. They claim the Primal Adventist Impulse: a longing to be with Jesus. They believe pulpits, classrooms, worship halls, board rooms, living rooms - life! - should be drenched in the Spirit of Jesus. The One project seeks - through gatherings, conversations, web-based content, and Christ-focused publications - to stimulate preaching, worship, and adoration of Jesus within and through the Adventist church. 

345 Mapleton Ave
Boulder, CO, 80304
303.442.1522
the1project.org
 

 

Christian Aid Center

202 W Birch Street
PO Box 56
Walla Walla WA 99362
509-525-7153
cacww.org

 

 

Gospel Outreach

Gospel Outreach is a nonprofit organization fully dedicated to extending the international ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in developing areas of the world—with an emphasis on the 10/40 Window. The ministry has no paid employees. Staff, officers, board members and regional directors are unpaid volunteers of singular purpose: sharing the story of Jesus with people who haven't been reached. We invite you to join in this mission.

PO Box 8
College Place, WA  99324
509.525.2951
goaim1.org
 

 

Helpline

Helpline assists indigent and working-poor individuals and families on an emergency basis with food, clothing, prescriptions, transportation, utilities, short-term shelter, homeless prevention rental assistance, infant-care needs and referrals for crisis advocacy and counseling.

1520 Kelly Place, Suite 180
Walla Walla, WA 99362
509.529.3377
helplineww.org

 

BMAC

Blue Mountain Action Council fills many roles for people in need in the Walla Walla Valley. From food banks to education, health support to counseling. BMAC is a clearing house for connecting people with existing support. 

1520 Kelly Place, Suite 140
Walla Walla, WA  99362
509.529.4980 - bmacww.org

 

Star Project

Walla Walla is home to the Washington State Penitentiary. In addition to a robust prison ministry program, the University Church also celebrates and supports the Star Project, a program that provides persons being released from incarceration with essential tools for successful re-integration into the community as productive, contributing members of society. The Star Project has been in operation since 2004 and has served around 85 new clients each year.

Volunteer to be a Mentor!

321 Wellington Ave.
Walla Walla, WA  99362
509.525.3612
thestarproject.us