God has created each of us with a specific purpose and design. An important piece of our life as his church is to serve His mission in our design and give our time and resources in faith, trusting Him. When we serve on a team in His church, we’re stepping into the potential He placed in us. When we give, we’re stepping into new faith and trust in who He is!


As a church we have many opportunities to step out in faith and serve others in our church and throughout our community.  Here are a few areas where we are following God’s lead to put our love for God and others in to practice.

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As a church we allocate a portion of our budget to serve people in our church and community by helping them with everyday practical things.  Sometimes it's some much needed help with an electric bill and other times it may be an emergency car repair.  We have an amazing team of volunteers who serve in this ministry and help meet with and walk with each person that comes through our doors no matter what their circumstances.  This ministry operates on Wednesdays from 9:30am to 11:30am in our Pullman offices at 1234 S Grand Ave in Pullman.  No appointment needed just show up.  If you’d like to help support or serve in this ministry please contact us at:  benevolence@rlcpullman.com.

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At any given week there are people within our own church and many in our community who fall on hard times and don’t have the means to provide food for themselves or their kids.  Our emergency food pantry is just that - A way for us as a church to ensure that no one goes without a meal when they desperately need one.  This isn’t designed to be a food bank with set operating hours.  For us it’s a resource to serve people in our church and community that we are connected with and care about.  If you or someone you know would benefit from this ministry please contact our office at 509.339.6365 or email:  benevolence@rlcpullman.com.



As a church we’re always looking for ways to connect people in our community to our God who loves them.  Throughout the year we have many events to help us do just that.  For halloween we have a great Trunk or Treat event at our offices where we connect with hundreds of kids and parents.  At Lentil Festival each year we host multiple booths where we paint faces, make balloon animals and get to interact with kids and parents.  Often times it is these simple interactions that help folks see that we’re the kind of people they might like to get to know and suddenly coming to visit our church and hear about our God doesn’t sound so weird.