Tyler J. Clark

Table of Hope Community Church, Washington
Lead Church Planter
Puyallup Washington
Table of Hope Community Church
May 7
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About My Family

We are Team Clark. Together we are a family on mission to help people follow Jesus. You can find us on family adventures trying new things and meeting new people. We are excited to be missionaries to our neighbors representing Jesus in Puyallup.

About My Church Plant

People have never been more alone and far from God than they are today. The people of Puyallup are isolated and without hope. Current social conditions have magnified our need to connect with each other and with a greater purpose. Everyone wants a great neighbor.

Table of Hope exists to use our tables to share the gospel. We desire to equip neighbors to be the kind of neighbor who attracts and engages others. We find no better example of a neighbor than Jesus. Puyallup needs the Table of Hope because the residents of Puyallup need hope, relationship and healing. We create spaces where restoration can happen. This happens at tables of hope, which are dedicated spaces where people can experience Jesus.

NAMB Church Planting

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