• Gary and Joyce Irby - Church Planting Director

    425.640.3676 email


    So, the need in the Puget Sound is great, overwhelming even! How do you decide where to partner?  rightarrow

  • Jonah and Katherine Easley 

    210.347.1920 email


    The Easleys have moved to the Eastside to plant a multi-ethnic English-speaking church among the diverse people in the Bellevue/Issaquah area. 

  • Sam and Judith Mhlanga 

    206.866.4605 email   


    Bread of Life International Fellowship exists to connect people to God and each other. They have a passion to reach out to the diverse local and international communities around them with the Good News of Jesus Christ.rightarrow

  • Patrick Mugwanja & Eunice Chege

    443.377.8113 email


    Christ Redeemed Church is being planted in Tacoma to reach the Swahili-speakers in the region with the Good News of the Gospel.

  • Stuart and Lisa Bell 

    206.734.7992 email   


    This ministry model is relational. The Bells strive to be biblical in their foundation and authentic in their relationships. By God’s grace, in His time, they will see a vibrant church, rooted in the Word—filled with people whose lives have been transformed by the power of the gospel.  

  • James and Linda Maze

    425.501.6265 email


    James and Linda Maze are planting the 2nd Circuit of C4 Outposts (as their worship locations are called), stretching from Darrington to Everett.

  • Roy & Amy Swihart 

    360.661.5518 email    


    Cross Country Cowboy Church Network (C4) is a network of church plants being planted throughout the Skagit Valley and beyond to reach the horsemanship culture with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. . The Skagit Valley is considered coastal farm and ranch country, even though it is a part of the Greater Seattle area. Roy oversees the various plants (called Outposts), each of which has it's own planter, as well as leads his own Outpost.

  • John and Kay Kamiya 

    206.249.5508 email


    The vision of Cross Life Community Church is to worship God, make disciples of Christ, and serve their community with His love.

  • Dooman and Mesook Seo

    206.306.4744 email  


    Disciple Making Church began in September 2005. They desire to be a revival model church through evangelism for unbelievers and disciple making ministry (Mat. 28:18-20). The goal is to build up 300 small group leaders who can reproduce. Because of the transient nature of college students the need for financial support is ongoing.



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  • Kevin & Rebecca Gibbs 

    817.975.0966 email

    www.discoveryseattle.org


    After apprenticing with Roots Community Church, the Gibbs family is planting Discovery Church Seattle to reach the Greenwood community.


  • Wes and Adrienne Walls 

    713.444.2345 email   


    The Walls family is planting in the tight-knit neighborhood of Magnolia, a somewhat isolated community with a small-town feel in the city of Seattle.rightarrow

  • Walt and Pat Fletcher 

    425.478.1656 email     


    EagleWing Fellowship is a community of followers of Jesus growing together in their relationship with a real and loving God. They are casual and non-traditional. They believe church is not a building: church is us. People of all walks of life are welcome, no matter where they are on their spiritual journey.

  • Hem and Bidhya Pradhan

    206.661.0965email  



    Emmanuel Bhutanese Church in Kent, WA is reaching Bhutanese refugees. Many of these families have come to the U.S. after spending 20 or more years in refugee camps in Nepal.

  • Keith and Kristine Carpenter

    206.777.5023 email      


    The Aurora Corridor in North Seattle encompasses communities of many ethnic backgrounds; lower income pockets, homeless men and women, underdeveloped businesses, “adult” arenas, multiple apartment complexes, and higher crime, with no child-friendly or family-centered environments available. Yet the area is growing in population, without the presence of churches.  

  • Ankbayar Jigjid & Bandaa Onkh 

    206.293.4651 email


    Eternal Joy Mongolian Christian Church was planted in 2019 to reach Mongolians in the Seattle area.


  • Al and Christianne Del Vecchio 

    720.470.7618 email   

    www.farmfamilymissions.com


  • Donghyeok Kim & Sunmi Ju 

    253.448.3510 email


    Donghyeok is planting a church in Auburn, Washington with a focus on Koreans but a desire to reach all nations.


  • Steve and Eunice Kim 

    206.659.0128 email


    Gracepoint Church in Seattle started in 2015, is located next to the University of Washington, Seattle campus and is a college focused church. With over 43,000 students, this campus is a huge community where students from all backgrounds come to learn and set the trajectory for the rest of their lives. rightarrow

  • Andrew and Kim Arthur 

    337.802.4045 email   


    The Hallows Church exists in the urban sprawl of Seattle as a catalyst for God-honoring, Christ-exalting, Spirit-empowered personal, social, and global transformation. The urban sprawl represents the heart of Seattle. It contains historically and culturally significant areas (such as Queen Ann, Capitol Hill, Fremont, and Wallingford).

  • Jeff and Carol Hundley - Campus Pastor

    425.244.6658 email   


    The North Seattle expression of the Hallows Church gathered together for the first time in February 2017. The Hallows exists in three expressions across the city, sharing a common vision, mission, and goal of magnifying and multiplying the gospel through Seattle and to the ends of the earth. 

  • Mark and Amy Smith - Campus Pastor

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    The Hallows Church, West Seattle is a faith community that seeks to magnify and multiply the gospel through Seattle to the ends of the earth. 

  • Oscar Cruzado Martinez and Gladys Jiménez Celi 

    425.248.5508email


    Iglesia Cristiana Cristo Vive is sharing the Gospel with the Hispanics in Edmonds and the surrounding region.

  • Nelson and Maria Cantor 

    253.204.9358 email  


    The mission that has been set for Iglesia Hispana LifeWay is to create a church for the un-churched people in and around Auburn. They strive to create an inviting atmosphere for those who are first comers to a church and for those who feel they don’t belong in a church.  

  • Timothy and Melissa Moore 

    425.395.4014 email    


    Timothy and Melissa Moore are starting a new plant in Mt Vernon with the intention of planting multiple churches throughout the Northwest, to make an ImpactX for the Kingdom!

  • Haggai and Mary Habila

    206.651.1498 email   

    www.livingspringfellowship.com


    The Habilas, originally from Nigeria, moved here to plant Living Spring Fellowship, a multi-ethnic church in Des Moines, WA in 2011.  Since then they have planted two additional expressions, in Lynnwood and Puyallup.

  • Steven and Livia Sun 

    507.254.3580 email   


    Steven Sun is planting Mandarin-speaking Chinese churches in Federal Way as well as Seattle.

  • Joosung & Eunjung Kim 

    615.419.2905 email


    The Kims came to Issaquah in 2020 with a passion to reach Koreans with the love of Christ.

  • Cesar and Reyma Muego

    360.499.1865 email   


    While pastoring in Oak Harbor, Cesar saw a need for a new work in Mount Vernon. He began planting Mount Vernon Christian Fellowship in 2015. 

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  • Daniel and Stephanie Englehart 

    206.724.1819 email

    www.themountainchurch.org


    The vision for The Mountain Church is to be a gospel-centered family. They seek to be a community of faith who is centered on and saturated in the gospel of Jesus Christ. They aspire to build the kingdom of God through a movement of the gospel, led by the Holy Spirit.

  • George Mungai & Pauline Onyi

    206.513.8751 email


    George and Pauline are planting a bi-lingual church in Everett, reaching both english and Swahili speakers.

  • Stephen & Jessica Searles

    412.680.6214 email


    Stephen & Jessica moved to Seattle to apprentice before beginning to plant in Federal Way, Washington in 2022.

  • David (Sung Eun) and Ericka (Myungok) Lee

    253.820.0428 email


    The Lees moved to Puyallup in 2021 to plant Puyallup Korean Baptist Church.

  • James and Chelsie Clark

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    Resonate.net/bellingham


    Resonate is a church planting network on college campuses around the NW and beyond. Resonate Bellingham was planted on the Western Washington University campus to reach students with the Gospel.


  • Jacob & Jessica Dahl

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    Resonate.net/seattle


    Resonate is a church planting network on college campuses around the NW and beyond. Resonate UW is being planted on the University of Washington campus to reach students with the Gospel.


  • Dave and Mary Elliff 

    817.908.0327 email   

    www.rootscc.com


    Surrounded by the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, Seattle is an organic, natural city where people understand and appreciate the outdoors. The name for Roots Community Church came out of this value the locals hold, but with a deeper meaning and purpose. The hope of Roots Community: that the lost would come from their endless search for significance to being firmly rooted and thriving in a new life with Christ. Roots desires to Equip people to walk in obedience with Christ, lead them to Encounter Christ by creating an atmosphere of worship, and challenge them to Engage their culture through evangelism, missions, and service.

  • Tae Yun Kim & Yeonglan Seol

    425.344.3691 email


    Tae Yun planted Saesoon Baptist to reach the Koreans in the Mountlake Terrace area.

  • Jaewon Choi & Soo Mi Kim

    425.921.0621 email


    The Choi family felt called to plant a new church to reach the Korean population in Lynnwood, WA.


  • Aaron and Nichole Carpenter

    334.357.3880 email     

    www.soundsidechurch.com


    Soundside Church seeks to engage the communities of Northeast Tacoma and Federal Way with the love of Christ, that they might enjoy new life in Christ. The over 110,000 people that reside in this area seem to be enjoying life, but a deeper look reveals lonely, hurting, and disillusioned people. Rather than seeking God, they desperately seek satisfaction through the many distractions of their affluent culture and the abundant natural beauty of the Northwest. Soundside Church desires to engage the community, serve with excellence, and share the deeply satisfying experience of a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ. Their broader vision is to lead people become disciples of Jesus Christ, and go on to plant further Gospel-centered communities of faith in Tacoma, Seattle, throughout the Northwest, and up and down the Pacific Coast.

  • Sahara & Sima Chea

    253.227.1636 email


    Sahara is planting a church to reach Cambodians in the Tacoma area.

  • Rich & Jill Hutchins

    360.391.3860 email


    Stilly Valley Church is reaching the lost in Arlington and Stanwood, WA.

  • Will and Tiffany Forrest

    208.695.0260 email   

    www.summitlifeseattle.com


    The Christian life has always been intended to be lived on full display for the world to see, that many might give glory to God the Father. This is the vision of Summit LIFE Church of Issaquah, WA.

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  • Ivan and Lavi Montenegro 

    360.398.3563 email  


    Tabernaculo Biblico Bautista exists to share the Good News of the Gospel with the lost. The True Vine (Tabernaculo Biblico Bautista ‘La Vid Verdadera’) is the name of our church but is also what our church is commissioned to do: to witness to the Hispanic communities in the uppermost parts of Western Washington.  

  • Erik and Claudia Ramirez 

    206.856.4701 email   


    Erik Ramirez is a catalytic planter who has assisted in planting multiple Hispanic churches and raising up leaders throughout the Seattle area.  

  • Tyler & Tracia Clark

    253.720.8681 email


    The Clarks started Table of Hope when the pandemic forced their church to meet in multiple locations and they felt called to establish a church plant that would be salt and light to their community.

  • David & Jennifer Ginn

    818.257.8006 email

    www.twobridgeschurch.com


    The Ginns are planting a church in the Ballard area of Seattle.  Their heartbeat is to connect people from all walks of life to Christ through intentional relationships that lead to Gospel transformation.

  • Tim and Sako Pak 

    206.235.6847 email   

    www.thewellcc.org


    The Well Community Church was birthed out of the conviction to fulfill “The Great Commission” by helping people find and follow Jesus Christ. They have been praying and reaching Seattle’s Eastside, which consists of 1.6 million people with over 40 languages spoken. 

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