Thank you to the more than 40 faith communities who submitted applications to the Faith and Family Homelessness Project at Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry. Each application was special in its own way, and illustrates the deep commitment held by the faithful to end the crisis of family homelessness. Based on criteria that considered the strength of the entire community of applicants, 14 sites were chosen to participate.

The Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue Team at Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry is committed to explore a multitude of ways to support the community as we collectively address the crisis of family poverty and homelessness. To stay connected and learn of upcoming opportunities, please join this project blog at and visit the School’s web page at www.seattleu.edu/stm. Together, we can end family homelessness in our region.

Faith and Family Homelessness Project Sites:

  • Ahmadiyya Community Lynnwood
  • Alki United Church of Christ West Seattle
  • All Saints Catholic Church Puyallup
  • United Church Arlington
  • Church of the Nazarene Puyallup
  • First Presbyterian Everett
  • Islamic Center Shoreline
  • Masjid Al-Karim  Seattle
  • New Life Church  Renton
  • Peoples Institutional Baptist Church Seattle
  • St. Mark’s by the Narrows Tacoma
  • Temple Beth El Tacoma
  • Temple Beth Or  Everett
  • Temple De Hirsch-Sinai Seattle/Bellevue