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PEACEcenter@go2ccc.org
360 456-1140

PEACE Center
4443 Martin Way East
Olympia, WA — 98516


OFFICE HOURS

Monday                       9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesdays                       9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Wednesdays                  9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

 

We believe that God has a greater plan for people than poverty, loneliness and spiritual emptiness. His plan is for us to belong. We believe God’s plan is for us to grow spiritually, emotionally, relationally, financially and in every other aspect of our lives. Therefore, we commit to using our time and resources to help the people in our community to be successful over-comers.

Personal growth CLASSES

New classes and workshops are offered monthly. Please see the website, our Facebook page, or call the PEACE Center for information on current classes and workshops.

Mommy and Me

Make and take craft Workshop. Bring your kids (3yrs+) to create a Mother's Day memory craft together.
Saturday, May 11th from11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Clutter Control Workshop

Learn how to organize, bust clutter and save time on a budget.
Friday, May 24th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

5 Ingredients or Less: Cooking on a Budget workshop

Make and take class. Learn how to stretch your budget by using a few key items to make tasty food on a small budget.
Saturday, June 8th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

FOOD PANTRY

We have fresh and non-perishable grocery items available for families in the community. Walk-ins are welcome or schedule your appointment at the Food Pantry front desk.

RESOURCE COACHING

Resource Coaching's purpose is to connect you to resources and services that are available through the PEACE Center, Capital Christian Center and state and/or federal programs.
Please call to schedule an appointment.

 

GIVE A "FEATURED ITEM" EACH WEEK

Week 1: PB&J, tuna, and mayo
Week 2: pasta sauce, soup, and chili
Week 3: cereal, pancake mix, and syrup
Week 4: laundry soap and hygiene products
Bonus: ground beef, chicken, and hot dogs
We are always accepting hygiene products and can openers. 

6 ITEMS

Each time you grocery shop add 6 extra items that your family would consume to your grocery cart. 

SPECIAL EVENTS OR COMPETITION

Collect donations in lieu of or in addition to admission for your events. Organize contests between small groups or student ministry classes to see who can donate the most food by pound.

BE A BENEFACTOR

A benefactor is someone who gives consistent support through:
– Donate financially weekly or monthly.
– Commit to purchase beef, chicken or turkey in bulk each month.
– Be creative, be consistent.

VOLUNTEER

Do you know how to love people? Are you grateful for what Jesus has done for you? Do you have a few hours a week to give? Then this ministry is for you!

 

There are special wooden bins at the PEACE Center and in the Capital Christian foyer for your non-perishable donations