If you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed.
Then your light will rise in the darkness, and your night will become like the noonday.
—Isaiah 58:10 (NIV)
We coordinate with various groups, churches, and organizations throughout Snohomish County to gather food and deliver it to women and their children in crisis, as well as seniors...in an effectual way.
With their gasoline, transportation, and mobility limitations, it's important to bring the food to these families, as well as to the seniors in various areas in our community. And with the limitations on their food to feed their family, the women and seniors are grateful for our additional help.
We deliver simple family meals that can be made with minimal preparation and the use of a few staple ingredients.
The meals are nutritious & delicious complete with clear instructions for preparation.
Millennia Ministries is a registered 501.C3 NonProfit Organization, Tax ID #20-2776486
P.O. Box 14352
Mill Creek, Washington 98082
Office Phone: 425-481-4919
The Moore's are an example of the mentoring we do for individuals and couples who are called to serve the homeless on the streets of our cities.
Please "Contact Us" if you would like to be mentored in doing this service, effectively.
Do you have a passion
to help those in need
in your community?
If you have a passion to serve those in need in your community we offer the mentoring to get started in a manner that is effectual and sustainable.
Leilani Miller, our Executive Director personally trains each new Team Leader(s). She'll help you develop your Personal Leadership Plan and provide you with "Millennia's Mentoring Book," an invaluable guide to know that you are ready to launch a community outreach like these...
We provide cookie mixes for children with their mom's, to experience a delicious Christmas holiday activity together.
If your group is interested in helping for the next Christmas holiday, please contact us.
We provide meals and the outreach of community resources to seniors who have limited mobility in the Snohomish area.
Snohomish & Lake Stevens Seniors
Making Memories with Mommy
Bless the Block & Blessings for the Block
Through our Bless the Block program we provide bags of groceries and personal products to help alleviate food insufficiency in our communities.
We are able to accomplish this through the collaboration of churches, as well as volunteers.
Our Blessing for the Block is a program in which we collaborate with churches and businesses as they deal with food insufficiency in their own community.
Every Friday night throughout the year in downtown Everett, we provide a warm meal for those in need, with the help of our trained volunteers from various groups in the community.
Please "Contact Us" if your group would like to serve too!
"The Closet" presented by
Moore Clothed in Dignity
During the Friday Nite Bites, we provide clothing, sleeping bags, hygiene kits, and other resources as available, to those in need.
Thanksgiving Baskets of Blessings
Every Thanksgiving we provide Thanksgiving dinners to families in transition and seniors.
Millennia's Mobile Manna delivered 55 Thanksgiving dinner baskets with a booklet of cooking instructions to families in transition, in 2013. In 2016 we had a goal of providing 500 families in transition, as well as seniors with full Thanksgiving dinners. We provided 520!
Now in 2017, we provided 1,600 servings of Thanksgiving meals.
With the help of various groups providing the labor and contents, we coordinate these effective connections that impact the restoration of these families as well as the Seniors in our communities.
If your group is interested in helping for the next Thanksgiving holiday, please contact us at:
We provide Christmas gifts for those in need.
Bringing hope to homeless women in the city of Everett. We partner with this not-for-profit so these women receive feminine hygiene supplies, toiletries, an inspirational book, and a letter with scriptures of hope.
We welcome donations indicating "Backpacks of Hope."
We adhere to the principles of Isaiah 58:6-7, by promoting and engaging in activities that break the chains of injustice, free the oppressed, share our food with the hungry, give homes to the homeless, supply clothing and food to those without any, get rid of unfair practices, quit blaming victims, stop gossiping and give ourselves to the down and out. We do not discriminate against gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and religious or political beliefs.