The Island Church is a great place to meet new people. Our desire is to connect people from all walks of life not only to God but to each other. It is our prayer that after connecting with others you would grow together and then serve together in God's Kingdom.
Ways to connect . . .
During Sunday mornings children are able to learn about Jesus in age-appropriate ways. We provide a nursery and children's church for children ages four through fourth grade.
Contact: Kim Brady, Children’s Ministry Director
5th & 6th Grade
Wednesday 5:00-6:30 PM
Tuesdays 5:30-7:30 PM
Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 PM
Leaders: Sean and Nikki York
The Island Church women's ministry exist to make great the name of Jesus and create a multi-generational community among the ladies of our church.
Great Commission Women is an auxilary of the Christian and Missionary Alliance and exists to glorify God and support the greater work of the C&MA.
Contact: Deb Peplinski
At the Island Church we call our small groups, LifeGroups. LifeGroups are an essential part of our church, they provide a place where deeper fellowship and better support for one another can take place. From the fall to the spring our LifeGroups meet throughout the week all over the South End. We encourage you to check out a few groups and connect with others navigating the same journey.
Contact: The Church Office
We are part of something bigger.
There are over 2,000 Christian and Missionary Alliance churches in the U.S. alone, with over 500,000 believers who worship in over 37 languages every week. In addition, over 20,000 C&MA churches gather internationally. Missions was the heart of the Alliance at its founding and continues to be our guiding principle.
Part of seeking to love God and others well is reaching out to our community, supporting others as they reach out, and sending teams to bless what God is doing elsewhere—locally and globally.
Currently, we support:
- Hope Church, a church plant in Oak Harbor, WA
- The Great Commission Fund of the C&MA
- Eagles Wings, a recovery/discipleship center for women in SE Alaska
- Disaster relief ministries through CAMA (Compassion and Mercy Associates)
Contact: Marilyn Simmons
Ways to serve . . .
The Island Church soup kitchen serves the South Whidbey Community by providing free hot meals every Tuesday and Thursday from 12-1:30 p.m. This community event and gathering for all walks of life serves around 200+ people a week.
Donations and volunteers for this ministry are always welcome. Contact the church office at 360.221.6980.
Firewood harvested, cut, and delivered to those requesting help. Contact the church office to donate wood or request a delivery.
The greeter's ministry is looking for joyful people of ALL ages able to develop a welcoming environment. Service would be once a month on Sunday morning.
Contact Cassie Nichols firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability.