• deploying people to be

    a beneficial presence in the world

  • What We Do

    "The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason to hope."

    - Teilhard De Chardin



    Workshops are unique learning environments which aim to further equip us on our journey towards wholeness. Join various subject matter experts as they facilitate learning opportunities of interest to you. Learn more about current Workshops below.

    The Serving Commons


    The Serving Commons is where we can connect with our community in times of need. If you or someone you know could use a helping hand, please fill out this form.


    To see the current opportunities where you can serve, please click HERE.

  • Workshops

    We offer a variety of workshops throughout the year on a wide range of topics.

    Enneagram For Couples

    Join us on Friday evening, January 24th, with Chris and Phileena Heuertz. Details and registration HERE.

    Excavating Essence Enneagram Workshop

    Spend Saturday January 25th with Chris Heuertz exploring more of this wonderful tool. Details and registration HERE.


    Meet new people and help others by joining a serve opportunity.

    Thanksgiving Baskets

    Serving for the holidays

    Support Eastside Basket Brigade this Thanksgiving. You can bring food donations to EastLake on Sunday November 3rd, 10th or 17th. The shopping list can be found HERE

    You can also join in the packaging of family baskets by signing up at this LINK

    New Bethlehem Project

    Serving our neighbors

    Join us as we partner with this day shelter serving un-housed families in our area. There are a variety of ways to help...you can learn more by signing up HERE

  • Share a Serving Opportunity

    Do you have ideas for how people can serve?

  • Donate

    Help the impact of our community go as far as it can.


    (If you have questions about corporate matching, click here.)

  • Contact Us

    We'd love to say hello and chat about Generation Hope!


    If you are looking for information on EastLake Community Church, please visit www.eastlakecc.com