mission partners

Emerald City Bible Fellowship values missions locally, regionally, and internationally.

urban impact

Urban Impact (UI) is the non-profit community development arm of Emerald City Bible Fellowship (ECBF) which addresses the realities of urban poverty in the Rainier Valley.  UI programs are designed to disrupt the cycles of social, material, a spiritual poverty which result from generational poverty. The wholistic approach to community engagement is built on the principles of  Christian Community Development.

Together, the ECBF church family and UI team partner with people and communities to break the cycle of social, spiritual, and material poverty.  We envision a world where all people are reconciled to God and where everyone is engaged and thriving in community.

Urban Impact Programs focus on:

Neighborhood Transformation  |  Economic Development  |  Health and Wellness  |  Racial Reconciliation  |  Youth Outreach

For more information on Urban Impact, please visit:



Lead by Mike Davis and Redeemed Culture

Cultured is about cultivating creative spaces for youth to engage community, opportunities, and faith.

Young people today are searching for a place to belong, express themselves, and grow. By providing a safe space that is relevant to youth culture, we seek to engage the young people of today with creativity through music, dance, performance, drama, and fashion. Through these various mediums, we desire to encourage young people to look at their future with hope and to realize their potential.

By providing opportunities for leadership, networking, academic support, career development, and discipleship, these youth will also have a chance to learn skills that will give them confidence for the future. 

To Volunteer

Contact Mike Davis: mdavis@redculture.org

Visit CULTURED facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/theculturedapparel


Launched in 2009, King County Youth Chaplaincy is a collaboration of ministries, churches, and individuals working together to encourage youth at the King County Detention Center through weekly chapel services, one-on-one counseling, post-release care and other related services.

More info here




Emerald City Bible Fellowship is a part of the Evangelical Covenant Church denomination. For more information regarding the domination, visit https://covchurch.org/

Visit the Pacific Northwest Conference page at https://www.northwestconference.org/

Revett Family

Tim and Margarita Revett serve as educators at the New Horizon School, whose mission is to provide a quality, Christ-centered education to the students of what once was a shantytown outside of Paraguay's capital, Asuncion. Margarita works with students with learning disabilities. She and Tim work together in youth ministry and lead a homegroup. Tim teaches New Horizon's English program. Additionally, he coordinates a national evangelism and missions ministry, which is active in neighborhoods, prisons and schools throughout the country. Tim and Margarita desire to share with the people of Paraguay, the United States, and the rest of the world, the transformation, peace and fulfillment they've experienced through knowing Jesus.

To learn more about the ministry, check out their website HERE.