St. Monica is one of Mercer Island's largest religious congregations and it administers the neighboring K-8 school,…More both located just to the south of Mercer Island High School.
The church property occupies over eight acres, and is composed of a large sanctuary, a family center, chapel, and rectory. The well-manicured grounds include a grotto which surrounds the Madonna of Mercer Island.
The church sponsors several ministries, including the popular Friends of the Needy program, which feeds 100-150 people across the Seattle Metro area every day.
The parish church is led Father Patrick Freitag since 2008.
Beit Messiah Messianic Synagogue PO Box 887, Mercer Island, WA98040 Beit Messiah Messianic Synagogue is a congregation offering a place of worship for individuals and families throughout…More the area. It meets at the Mercer Island United Methodist Church. Regular services are held weekly and feature a full band. The Church offers special holiday services as well throughout the year. Childcare is available during all services. Please visit the website for more information.
The Mercer Island Baha'i's are a monotheistic religious group that places their faith in the unity of God and…More religion.
The local church does not have a meetinghouse on Mercer Island or regularly scheduled meetings, so call for worship service times.
Covenant Shores Retirement Community 9150 Fortuna Dr, Mercer Island, WA98040 Covenant Shores is one of the oldest and largest not-for-profit retirement housing providers in the nation. It is an…More outgrowth of the Evangelical Covenant Church, founded 1886. The facility, spread over 12 beautiful acres on the shores of Lake Washington, has numerous activities and events that include trips into the cultural attractions of Seattle. Health care is provided.
Covenant North Pacific Conference 9311 SE 36th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 The Covenant North Pacific Conference provides support and coordination between Covenant Evangelical churches in Idaho,…More Montana, Oregon and Washington. This regional office supports the administration of various youth programs, men's and women's clubs and pastor's retreats.
The Mercer Island Probus Club is an association of retired and semi-retired individuals who meet monthly for…More fellowship and programs of general interest.
Fees for membership are $16 for individuals and $30 per couple, and there are currently about 220 members. Meetings are typically held on the first Wednesday of each month from 10:30am until noon at the Mercer Island Presbyterian Church.
The Probus Club of Mercer Island is one of the largest Probus Clubs in the U.S., and schedules a variety of events and speakers, social events, and field trips throughout the year.
ETC's motto is "There is more than one way to go to school."
ETC is now accredited to provide K through 12…More education and provides full enrollment, dual enrollment (with another school), tutoring in single subjects and test preparation for the SAT and ACT. In addition to the main site, they have a secondary location in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, where teachers provide instruction in Sunday School rooms, which is within walking distrance of Mercer Island High School. Independent studies in subjects like art and PE can be administered by ETC.
The original owners were Mercer Island teachers who started the business in the basement of St Monica School. A speech pathologist is part of the staff. The College Board has approved ETC as a nonstandardized test site for the ACT test, where ETC can provide special accommodations that are not normally available at regular test sites such as extended time, a reader or a scribe.