Emmanuel Episcopal Church is located near the Mercer Island Library on a rise a few blocks above Island Crest Way.…More The church is led by a rector, the Rev. Hunt Priest, and focuses on Christian ministries that reflect community-wide values: children, youth, stewardship and service. The parish hall hosts a number of community groups and serves as a meeting place for local scouting organizations.
Emmanuel is Mercer Island's first church, which began as a mission here in 1909, and eventually settled into its present location in 1959.
Bark Avenue Mercer Island 7605 SE 27th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Bark Avenue Mercer Island offers daycare for dogs and grooming for dogs and other small animals like cats, guinea pigs…More and rabbits. Owner Ian Bojarski, an island resident for 25 years, left the high-tech world five years ago to pursue a business that reflected his love for dogs. Dogs spending the day here enjoy two long walks in local parks and plenty of playtime on joint-friendly recycled tire flooring. Day care can also be purchased for half-day or for the "2-hour lunch special," for only $5. Grooming options range from just toe trimming to full-service bathing or grooming, which include ears, glands, sanitary clip and paw trim. The website includes recommendations for pet sitters, trainers and dog walkers.
Called a "gathering place" by the church ministry, The Mercer Island Covenant Church is a large evangelical church…More centered on traditional Christian biblical values.
The congregation was founded in 1949 and initially met at the present VFW Hall. The first small sanctuary was erected at the present post office site and was later moved to its present corner, conveniently located across from Mercerdale Park. Four building additions have enlarged the facility, including the sanctuary located on the corner of 78th Ave. SE and SE 32nd St. Both traditional and contemporary worship services take place on Sunday mornings, meeting worship desires of all age groups.
The Evangelical Covenant Church of America has been shown to be the fastest growing multi-ethnic denomination in the country. This fact is also reflected in the Mercer Island congregation. The church also supports a diverse array of ministries both locally and worldwide.