Agape and St. John Service Days: Prayer + Formation + Community Building

For 20 years, the Agape Service Project, a ministry of the Seattle Archdiocese, has fostered service, community and prayer as participants encounter Christ and uphold the dignity of our farmworker brothers and sisters in Whatcom County. St. John is once again partnering with this great program by offering three service days for St. John families. Please sign up for Service Days below (detailed information on what to expect when you join the Agape Project can also be found on the sign-up). 

  • Sunday, June 18: For Families (max. 35 participants)
    • BBQ for Farmworker Families and Summer Enrichment for the Children – Create community with children at local farmworker housing sites by providing educational & recreational activities (sports, games, crafts, reading). Click here to sign up for June 18.
  • Tuesday, June 20: For Middle School Students (max 35 participants)
    • Mobile Food Distribution – Eliminating barriers to food, groups help distribute food directly to four farmworker housing sites (140+ households) while also offering summer activities for children. Click here to sign up for June 20.
  • Wednesday, June 21: For High School Students (max 35 participants)
    • Agape Food Bank Groups spend a full day setting up and running Agape Food Bank for the farmworker community in Whatcom County. Click here to sign up for June 21.  

Questions? Contact Rachael Groark, St. John parishioner and school parent, at or Kelsey Harrington, Director of the Agape Project, at