P. 425-308-8931.                                       M. 1518 134th Dr SE, Snohomish, WA 98290

Up and Running

 

Thank you for visiting our new site and for your interest in new and inovative ways to engage at risk youth. We are a brand new ministry born from several years of youth ministry and the desire to use the latest and greatest technology and tools to engage teens in skill development placing them on a path to a bright and hopeful future.

 

 

Currently we are partnereing with local agencies and Christ the King Community Church to host an after school teen drop in center. This 4000 sqare ft. facility called The Spot is located just blocks from Snohomish High School and many of the areas where students hang out after school. We opened our doors in September of 2016 offering students a safe and well supervised space where they can get a hot meal, enjoy snacks and beverages, use computers and internet and enjoy video games and other activities.

 

Our staff of caring adults are there to provide assistance with school work or just be a caring listener. We also partner with the King's Cloting Closet to assist students needing clothing.

 

It is the goal of Ripple Ministries to develop camps and programs that will allow students to explore career opportunities in media production and the arts. By working alongside caring adults it is our goal to help students gain work skills, develop their creativity and learn to work cooperatively with others.

 

Plans are in the works for our first major fundraiser, golf event, dinner and silent auction. All funds raised will be applied to acquiring the space, equipment and staff needed to get our first media production project up and running.

 

Would you like to visit the Spot?  Mark your calendars for March 22nd for The Spot's open house reception and regional Noloxone training event. (Details to follow)In the mean time explore the site and contact us for more detailed information about Ripple Ministries.

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