Serve with us.

We believe in living and sharing the word of God. Please click below to learn more about our ministries.

Shepherd of the Hills has a variety of ways in which we serve as the hands, feet, and heart of Christ. 

Mission Quilters are committed to sewing and shipping quilts to Lutheran World Relief to be used throughout the world.  Former senior high youth have established the Hope in a Blanket ministry, making no-sew fleece blankets that are given to cancer patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital.  Members from the congregation regularly volunteer at chapel services at two local assisted living facilities.  Get to know us and see the other ways we share God's love.

There is room for your passions and talents to be shared with and among the people at Shepherd of the Hills, and from here to God’s people near and far.  Join us!

In addition, you’ll find more detailed information about our serving under the Ministries tab at the top of this page.


We participated in a special day of service on Sunday, September 7, 2014, when the nearly 10,000 congregations of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) were invited to put their faith into action by serving their communities in ways that share the love of God with all of God’s people.

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church participated in “God’s work. Our hands.” Sunday.   There were volunteer opportunities to benefit our neighbors and community taking place both here at church and off-site. 

We put on our yellow t-shirts and went out to Eastside Baby Corner to sort donations, or cleaned up the sidewalk on the Issaquah-Fall City Road, or beaded bracelets for orphans in Songea, Tanzania, or tied and cut fleece for no-sew fleece blankets to be given to sarcoma cancer patients at Seattle Children's Hospital, or tied quilts to be distributed by Lutheran World Relief.

All ages and all abilities joined hands to do God's work!