What is CedarWood?

CedarWood is our own backyard mission field! At the Church’s inception, no one was lacking. They came and served one another with a heart of love (Acts 6). When Paul was launched into his ministry, part of his commissioning was to ensure the needs of the poor were met. (Gal 2:10) 

Serving the needs of the poor is an honor, a mission field in and of itself. However, what makes this such a critical arm of our ministry, is that it was a commission of our Lord. This can be confirmed as we see time and time again in the Word of God that it is a priority to our Lord.  

“The righteous considereth the cause of the poor…” Prov 29:7a KJV

CedarWood is a ministry dedicated to serving the needs of some of Seattle’s most vulnerable. We have several opportunities for you to join us, prayerfully consider one or more of those listed below. 

Celebrate the last 5 years with  CedarWood’s 5th Birthday tribute.

To learn more click on our CedarWood Blessings brochure 

Click to experience “A typical CedarWood Pantry Day”

Click to see our 5.17.21 – CWPantrySnapshot.

New and Urgent!

Click to view our CedarWood Winter Coat and Blanket Drive Flyer.

Click to view our “CedarWood Expansion Project”

Click to view CedarWood-Spring-Report-2021.

Click to view Cedarwood-Summer-Report-2021

Click to view The.CedarWood.Report.Winter.2022

Click to view The CedarWood Report 2023

Click to view TheCedarWoodReportWinter2024

When and Where is our Pantry?

Our CedarWood Pantry is held each Monday from 12:30-2:30 PM
Bethel Chapel
23010 66th Ave W,
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

How can I send supplies to CedarWood?

CW Mailing Address:
11700 Mukilteo Speedway, Suite #201-1177
Mukilteo, WA 98275

How can I contribute financially?

Click to donate from the website

Or send your check or money order to:


5730 N First Street #105-307

Fresno, CA 93710

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For More information on our CedarWood outreaches please contact:

Adam Shephard 
Director, CedarWood International


Cedarwood, BackPack Kids 
Eileen Howard