True Religion Jeans 575 Bellevue Sq, Bellevue, WA98004 In addition to its namesake pants, global brand True Religion also makes and sells button-down shirts and T-Shirts. This…More location in the Bellevue Square Mall sells everything True Religion makes. The designer jeans are, according to True Religion, inspired by styles from the 1970s.
Bellevue Institute of Religion 15205 SE 28th St, Bellevue, WA98007 The Bellevue Institute of Religion is an educational center for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day…More Saints. Classes, which take place at several Eastside venues, include study of the Book of Mormon, LDS history and missionary preparation.
Vector Associates 12819 SE 38th St, Bellevue, WA98006 Vector Associates is a publisher that produces books about profound discoveries in history, religion and science.
Second Church of Christ, Scientist 2251 140th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98005 Second Church of Christ, Scientist is a Christian Science Reading Room, Church and Sunday School. Based on Christian…More principles and other foundational beliefs, Second Church of Christ, Scientist invite all with questions regarding Christian Science to come during Reading Room hours to explore the religion deeper through many texts and sources.
The Jewish Day School 15749 NE 4th St, Bellevue, WA98008 The Jewish Day School is located next door to Temple B'nai Torah. It enrolls preschool through eighth grade students,…More and teaches general studies and Judaic studies, including study of Hebrew and the Torah. A class trip to Israel is also organized for the school's eighth graders. After-school activities include a variety of sports and students in middle school are encouraged to participate in student council. Students are expected to perform community service, including on Mitzvah Day, when students go to a variety of nonprofit organizations to volunteer their services. Students approaching their bar or bat mitzvah also choose a service project. Though Jewish culture and religion is a big part of The Jewish Day School, according to the school, about 70 percent of the students are not affiliated with a synagogue or temple.