We are a diverse group of people who strive to love one another, care about our community, and make a difference. We understand that no one is perfect, and everyone is in process and that is why we have a “come as you are” environment. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, you’ll feel welcomed at Timberlake!
We'd love to have you join us this Sunday! Even if you've never been to church before, we know you'll find the people to be warm and welcoming and the message to be relevant to your life. Click here to see all of our locations and service times and find the Timberlake location nearest you!
Masks will be provided. Scroll down for more info about the measures we are taking to keep you and your family safe in this season as you join us!
Gather together with us at online.timberlakechurch.com and enjoy service from the comfort of your home. Be sure to download the Timberlake app in order to access message notes, programs, giving options and so much more. Download the App for Apple here and for Google here.Learn More
Whether you attend online or in person, Timberlake Kids provides an engaging, interactive experience for your birth-fifth grader.Learn More
Students can join our middle and high school pastors for our weekend services in person or online. From small groups to weekly events, your student will find their place here at Timberlake Students.Learn More
9:00, 10:15, 11:30 am, 5 pm
9:00, 10:15, 11:30 am
Timberlake Issaquah is currently meeting at our Redmond/Sammamish location.
Sundays @ 9:00 & 10:30 am
Sundays @ 9:00 & 10:30 am
Sundays @ 10:00 am
While we expect our in-person gatherings to feel the same when we reach full reopening, like the rest of society, we expect that the way we interact with each other will look at little different for a while. We’re going to continue to modify the parts of our services that required physical contact before (such as passing offering buckets and greeting each other with handshakes), and we’re doing everything we can to keep our facilities clean and safe.
Even if you see more face masks (and a lot more hand sanitizer), when we gather together again in-person, we hope it will feel like coming home.
We have made modifications to all our facilities to become touch-less environments, as well as, we have removed seats from our auditoriums to honor social distancing guidelines. Additionally, we continue to deep clean our buildings weekly, add sanitizer dispensers, and provide face masks, along with other safeguards.
Our goal is to gather together in a way that meets and/or exceeds CDC standards, Washington State School Reopening Guidelines, and Washington State Childcare Guidelines.