Community Meals of Blaine (On Hiatus Due To COVID-19)

Community Meals provides an opportunity for community members to connect with one another while enjoying a warm, nutritious meal.

Weekly dinners are served on Wednesday nights during the school year from 5:00pm to 6:30pm at the Blaine Community Center (763 G Street).

The meal is FREE, however donations are accepted.

EVERYONE is welcome to come and eat!

Blaine Christian Fellowship has a team in the serving rotation and serves 3-4 times per year.

Contact [email protected] for info.

Community Assistance Program (CAP)

CAP (The Community Assistance Program) is an outreach of Blaine area churches, providing community-based social services to residents of Blaine, Birch Bay, Custer, and Point Roberts.

CAP serves people who are in need of assistance in meeting their basic requirements for food, clothing, and other necessities of daily living.  Their programs include:  Crisis Assistance, Clothing Assistance, Food Connection, Community Meals, Community Toy Store, and Thanksgiving Baskets.

Their message line is:  360-392-8484.

For more information check out the CAP website:

Blaine Christian Fellowship members volunteer in several of these programs, we also contribute financially to this ministry.

Contact [email protected] for info.

Whatcom County Pregnancy Clinic

The Whatcom County Pregnancy Clinic (WCPC) is a non-profit agency that desires to help and support men and women facing an unplanned pregnancy; to offer information on options; to equip teens for healthy relationships; and to help men, women, and families cope with the effects of abortion.

We contribute financially to this ministry.

Contact [email protected] for info.

The Bridge At Birch Bay

The Bridge is a unique and expandable non-profit model for providing community services. It is purposely designed to facilitate unity within the community by bringing people together, bridging gaps, and meeting needs.  Community members connecting with one another through mentoring relationships will help promote stability, health, and wholeness where most needed. The ultimate goal is to bring real and sustainable change into people’s lives, and thus bring hope for a better and brighter future for the community as a whole.

We contribute financially to this ministry.

Contact [email protected] for info.

Stafholt Worship Service (On Hiatus Due To COVID-19)

We lead a weekly worship service with our brothers and sisters living at Stafholt Good Samaritan Center (a long term care facility in our community).

Members of our congregation visit and minister in various ways.

Contact [email protected] for info.