San de Fuca is an unincorporated community situated between the towns of Coupeville and Oak Harbor, WA, on Whidbey Island. The community mainly consists of farms and residential homes. There are a couple of small specialty shops and honesty stands (unmanned stalls with local goods), but residents mostly travel to one of the two towns nearby for groceries, gas, and other essentials. San de Fuca Community Chapel was originally the community grange built in 1905 and is nestled in an absolutely breathtaking display of God’s creation. Traditional farming is still a big part of the local economy, but the area is also famous for the mussels from nearby Penn Cove that are shipped all over the world. The towns and state parks are popular with tourists, and there are many retirees from the Navy who were previously stationed at the naval air station in Oak Harbor.
- Many members of the church family are dealing with various health issues – please pray for strength, comfort, peace and, if it is God’s will, healing.
- Praise God that our church has grown this last year. Please pray for continued growth.
- Pray that even as more people join our church, we would grow closer to each other as a church family, and most importantly, grow closer to Christ and mature in our faith.
- Please pray for opportunities to share the light of Christ with the unsaved in the community.
San de Fuca Community Chapel, PO Box 991, Coupeville, WA 98239 (360) 678-6538