Bob Stump - Associate Minister

    • To glorify God (Ephesians 4:11-16) by carrying out the great commission (Matthew 28:18-20).
    • We are to plant the seed (the gospel message) in the hearts of men, and water the seed allowing God to give the increase (1 Corinthians 3:5-9)
    • Small Groups – Setup, conduct, encourage small group Bible studies
    • For the purpose of evangelism
    • For the purpose of strengthening Christians faith and knowledge
    • Follow-up with visitors looking for a church home
    • Conduct area evangelism efforts
    • Gospel Meetings, workshops and other activities as desired
    • Personal evangelism
    • Classes on Evangelism
    • One on one studies with people and/or studies to help new converts grow
    • Follow-up with new Christians – provide classes

    Chris Bartlett, Elder

    • To meet the basic needs of members and non-members on a short term basis, in the Name and to the glory of Jesus Christ
    • Our desire is to keep this ministry as an explicit testimony to the love of Jesus Christ, not to simply provide a service
    • Bring the lost to the Lord by showing them how much we care about them and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with them
    • Use biblical principles to financially help both the unsaved and the saved
    • Maintain an organized place to store donated clothing and food
    • Keep a list of items needed so we can receive needed donations
    • Research the best ways to serve the community

    John Dacca, Deacon


    To provide a source for fellow members to meet with one another to strengthen our relationships and support our efforts to minister to the community of those who are not yet believers.

    • Organize, schedule and oversee events for the congregation
    • Make sure supplies (plates, cups, napkins, cutlery, etc.) are purchased and available
    • Make sure building is open and closed for scheduled activities
    • Cultivate an environment that makes a non-believer feel welcome and safe

    Some of our goals for the year will be to develop weekly, monthly, and quarterly events to include area wide singing, fellowship meals, picnics, hiking, camping, ball games that will not only provide opportunities for our members to fellowship, but for friends, relatives, and the community to become acquainted with the congregation at Puyallup.


    Bob Sallee, Elder


    To help edify and build up the saints in Puyallup (Ephesians 4:12), help restore the fallen (Galatians 6:1, James 5:19-20) and coordinate with other ministries the needs of new members, converts and visitors seeking a church home (Philippians 4:19, Ephesians 4:15-16).


    Gene McCaul, Elder


    To help equip the saints to fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) and to produce good works (II Timothy 3:16-17) by providing biblically sound teaching.

    • Plans and coordinates all aspects of the education program
    • Recruits and equips teachers for the classroom
    • Develops, acquires and maintains appropriate curriculum that meets the objectives of the church
    • Maintains communication with the congregation of educational opportunities
    • To constantly survey the needs of the congregation an make appropriate adjustments
    • All of the congregation members are organized into six groups to help take care of many necessary functions including
      1. Monthly fellowship meals
      2. Communion Preparation
      3. Assist with baptisms
      4. Food for sick and bereaved
      5. Bridal and baby showers
  • C.A.S.A.

    C.A.S.A. - Christians Against Substance Abuse

    Christians Against Substance Abuse (CASA), is a fellowship of individuals who boldly call upon God and look into His Book for the right steps to take in order to find freedom from alcohol and other chemical dependencies.
    The CASA support group is similar to other 12 Step support groups, however CASA is clearly focused on God, His power, Prayer, and the wisdom of His word—and it adds a 13th Step to encourage growth toward behavioral maturity.
    CASA is for those whose physical and emotional state does not prevent their full participation in the group discussions.
    CASA is for people who desire to live a chemical free life, and are looking for an environment that supports recovery efforts.

    Puyallup church office: 253-845-6312

    CASA Support Group Meets:

    • Status: Currently meeting
    • Day: Saturdays
    • Time: 9:00-10:00 AM
    • Location: Puyallup church of Christ, 408 5th Street SW, Puyallup, WA 98371
    • Call: 253-845-6312
    • Facilitators: Val Blinkov & Doug Sears
    • We provide gently used clothing items and toys, diapers and wipes that have been donated. (Selection of these items is based on donations.)
    • The Baby Bank is located at the Puyallup Church of Christ and is open on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 2pm-3:30pm.
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HEARYou must hear the gospel and then understand and recognize that you are lost without Jesus Christ no matter who you are and no matter what your background is. The Bible tells us that “all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23) Before you can be saved, you must understand that you are lost and that the only way to be saved is by obedience to the gospel of Jesus Christ. (2 Thessalonians 1:8) Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” (John 14:6) “Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.” (Acts 4:12).

BELIEVEYou must believe and have faith in God because “without faith it is impossible to please Him: for He that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.” (Hebrews 11:6) But neither belief alone nor faith alone is sufficient to save. (James 2:19; James 2:24; Matthew 7:21)

CONFESSYou must, with sincere heart-belief, confess that Jesus is Lord. He is Lord whether you confess it or not, but it is unto your salvation that you must acknowledge His deity and His ownership (Romans 10:9-10). This confession is the external expression of an internal spirit of complete submission to every aspect of His word and will. As with faith and repentance, confession alone does not save (Matthew 7:21).

REPENTYou must repent of your sins. (Acts 3:19) But repentance alone is not enough. The so-called “Sinner’s Prayer” that you hear so much about today from denominational preachers does not appear anywhere in the Bible. Indeed, nowhere in the Bible was anyone ever told to pray the “Sinner’s Prayer” to be saved. By contrast, there are numerous examples showing that prayer alone does not save. Saul, for example, prayed following his meeting with Jesus on the road to Damascus (Acts 9:11), but Saul was still in his sins when Ananias met him three days later (Acts 22:16). Cornelius prayed to God always, and yet there was something else he needed to do to be saved (Acts 10:2, 6, 33, 48). If prayer alone did not save Saul or Cornelius, it will not save you either. You must obey the gospel. (2 Thess. 1:8)

BE BAPTIZEDHaving believed, repented, and confessed that Jesus is the Son of God, you must be baptized for the remission of your sins. (Acts 2:38) It is at this point (and not before) that your sins are forgiven. (Acts 22:16) It is impossible to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ without teaching the absolute necessity of baptism for salvation. (Acts 8:35-36; Romans 6:3-4; 1 Peter 3:21) Anyone who responds to the question in Acts 2:37 with an answer that contradicts Acts 2:38 is NOT proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ!

LIVE FAITHFULLYOnce you are saved, God adds you to his church and writes your name in the Book of Life. (Acts 2:47; Philippians 4:3) To continue in God’s grace, you must continue to serve God faithfully until death. Unless they remain faithful, those who are in God’s grace will fall from grace, and those whose names are in the Book of Life will have their names blotted out of that book. (Revelation 2:10; Revelation 3:5; Galatians 5:4)