Peace has a long history of partnering with various local, national, and international ministries through our Mission of the Month special offering, fundraising projects, and regular collection of supplies.

Some of our core partners include the Stanwood/Camano and Arlington Food banks, the Gathering Place weekly meal program, Housing Hope, and Lutheran World Relief.

We also regularly make our facilities available to local groups such at 4-H, Alcoholics Anonymous, AL-Anon, Pills Anonymous, local community boards, and the annual Silvana Fair.



The Mission of the Month for May is Bethany of the Northwest.

Bethany of the Northwest is a continuing care ministry, dedicated to enhancing the
quality and dignity of life of those who we serve, out of love for God and neighbor.

Bethany delivers state-of-the-art multi-level supportive care and nursing services that are designed to meet the physical, spiritual, social, and psychological needs of elderly and disabled persons with a goal of offering a life of independence, dignity, and purpose.  Most of our residents are vulnerable, low-income senior citizens that rely on Medicare/Medicaid for housing, food, and medical services.  People look to Bethany for the kind of care they want for their loved ones.

Growing from humble beginnings, Bethany has been a household name in Snohomish County since 1931.  Originally Bethania College, “Bethany Home for the Aged” was established in 1931 by a group of men who believed there was a need for a Christian “Old People’s Home” in the Everett area.  Today, Bethany is the fourth largest not-for-profit long-term care provider in the State of Washington.  In three Everett locations, we provide 231 beds for skilled and sub-acute nursing, and 54 apartments for assisted living.  With a staff of more than 400, and a dedicated corps of volunteers, people continue to look to Bethany to provide our residents with a life of independence, dignity, and purpose.