Partners
Organizations with which we partner to further
the church’s mission include schools, the Green Lake Foundation, and the global Seventh-day


Adventist Church community, ranging from disaster relief to the Adventist educational system.

The Green Lake Foundation
The Green Lake Foundation seeks to build endowment funds that will advance the mission and community initiatives of Green Lake Church in perpetuity. The Foundation exists to allow members
and friends of the church to contribute funds and assets to advance the long-term goals of the congregation and the timeless mission of the church.
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Green Lake Preschool and Childcare
Established in 1988, Green Lake Preschool and Childcare is licensed to serve 44 children ranging in age from 12 months to five years. The preschool’s goal is to surround children in a safe, caring, sharing, learning, and growing environment.
Developmentally appropriate materials, toys, and activities compose the curriculum, grouped by age and developmental needs. It is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
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Cypress Adventist School
Located north of Seattle on a 10‐acre campus, Cypress Adventist School offers K-8 students and parents an exceptional education experience with small, multicultural classes. Graduates are well qualified to pursue advanced
placement programs in high school. Seventy-five percent of Cypress graduates have continued to college at institutions including Harvard University, University of Washington, Oxford, and Washington community colleges.
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Seventh-day Adventist Church
Green Lake Church is part of the North American Division of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church (headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland). In the
organizational hierarchy, it is part of the Western Washington Conference within the North Pacific Union.
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