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Seattle, WA 98108
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Events

10/20-22: Tall Timber Youth Leader Retreat
Oct
20
Oct 22

10/20-22: Tall Timber Youth Leader Retreat

  • Tall Timber Ranch

A retreat sponsored by Tall Timber Ranch and the Youth Leader Committee of Northwest Coast Presbytery. Sponsorship provided by Central Washington, Seattle, and Northwest Coast Presbyteries.

 

10/22: Healthy Boundaries 201
Oct
22
9:00 am09:00

10/22: Healthy Boundaries 201

  • Calvin Presbyterian Church

Training hosted by Northwest Coast Presbytery at Calvin Presbyterian Church (Shoreline). Healthy Boundaries: Beyond the Basics 201 is a refresher course with two new topics.  In this shorter workshop you will be reminded of the need for healthy boundaries and good self-care.  We will review the reality of power, and the policies & procedures necessary to protect vulnerable children, youth, & adults in your congregations.  And we will consider the boundary challenges posed by finances and social media.  The presentations will include material from the new FaithTrust Institute’s 201 course of the same name.  

10/25: Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshop
Oct
25
9:00 am09:00

10/25: Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshop

  • Maple Valley PC

Join us on “Make a Difference Day” for a Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshop where you will learn skills to make a difference right now in how you approach Christian care giving.  You will also have the opportunity to explore the benefits of a Stephen Ministry Program in your church.  The “Difference” can be life changing for those you assist and for you as a caregiver.

11/1: Praying with the Arts
Nov
1
8:30 am08:30

11/1: Praying with the Arts

  • St. Mary on the Lake

Celebrating the "Kingdom Season," the fall PWA retreat, "Christ the King."

The next retreat will be a celebration of "Christ the King" at St. Mary-on-the-Lake in Bellevue, WA. Detailed information with a schedule can be found on the sign-up form.

11/1: RMNW Fall Teaching Retreat
Nov
1
9:00 am09:00

11/1: RMNW Fall Teaching Retreat

  • North Creek PC

Finding God in the Pain and Messiness of Life 
Dr. Rod J. K. Wilson

President and Professor of Counseling and Psychology, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada

Saturday, November 1 - 9AM to 3PM
North Creek Presbyterian Church, Mill Creek
$45 early-bird | $65 after 10/1

11/9: Northminster PC 125th Celebration
Nov
9
10:30 am10:30

11/9: Northminster PC 125th Celebration

  • Northminster PC

Mark your calendar for November 9th, which is the actual day that Northminster began as a church 125 years ago! Come to worship that day at 10:30 and join in the festivities that will follow. A potluck will take place in our fellowship hall, so bring your favorite hotdish, salad or dessert to church that day. See old friends, meet new ones and see a fabulous display of Northminster through the years! Everyone is very welcome to join in our celebration.

11/22: Healthy Boundaries 201
Nov
22
9:00 am09:00

11/22: Healthy Boundaries 201

  • Tierra Nueva

Hosted by Northwest Coast Presbytery at Tierra Nueva in Burlington. Healthy Boundaries: Beyond the Basics 201 is a refresher course with two new topics.  In this shorter workshop you will be reminded of the need for healthy boundaries and good self-care.  We will review the reality of power, and the policies & procedures necessary to protect vulnerable children, youth, & adults in your congregations.  And we will consider the boundary challenges posed by finances and social media.  The presentations will include material from the new FaithTrust Institute’s 201 course of the same name.  
 


10/17-18: Safe & Healthy Congregations Training
Oct
18
5:30 pm17:30

10/17-18: Safe & Healthy Congregations Training

This two-day training, offered by InFaith Community Foundation and facilitated by FaithTrust Institute, is designed to help Christian pastors and lay leaders understand the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence and the ramifications of violence on individuals, the church and the community. It also equips churches to develop protocols to protect victims, prevent future harm, and respond effectively and sensitively to victims/survivors, their families, and abusers. Location will be in the Seattle area (SeaTac), details TBA. 

10/12-14: Wright Lecture Series @ Menucha
Oct
12
Oct 14

10/12-14: Wright Lecture Series @ Menucha

  • Menucha Retreat and Conference Center

Wright Lecture Series at Menucha. Practical Approaches to Emerging Ministries: Creating, Growing and Sustaining New Possibilities. 

10/5: RMNW Fall Benefit & Silent Auction
Oct
5
5:30 pm17:30

10/5: RMNW Fall Benefit & Silent Auction

  • Mill Creek Country Club

What bright hope we have!

The brightness of the living God shimmers when we experience the ministry of the Holy Spirit. It is a privilege that we witness regularly: life-changing transformation reflected in the countenance of individuals, congregations, pastors and church leaders who radiate with hope and encouragement as they encounter God.  Your support enables nothing short of the in-breaking of God’s Kingdom as people are equipped to discern, tap into and receive the empowering presence and work of the Spirit - bringing hope, comfort, strength, perspective, direction and empowerment to individuals and whole communities of faith.

10/5: Austin Ashenbrenner Installation
Oct
5
5:00 pm17:00

10/5: Austin Ashenbrenner Installation

  • Sammamish PC

Join us as the Presbytery of Seattle officially installs Austin Ashenbrenner as Sammamish PC's Associate Pastor of Adult and Mission during a special worship service on Sunday, October 5, at 5pm. Free childcare will be available for ages birth-5 years. A reception will follow the service in the Sanctuary Hall.

10/4: Weaving Our Strengths Conference
Oct
4
8:30 am08:30

10/4: Weaving Our Strengths Conference

  • University Congregational UCC

You are invited to Weaving Our Strengths, a day-long conference of fellowship, inspiration, and skill-building to strengthen local churches’ efforts for the common good.

9/26-28: Faith Forming Faith Training Event
Sep
26
Sep 28

9/26-28: Faith Forming Faith Training Event

  • First PC Snohomish

What is “Faith Forming Faith” and why should I want it for my church?  Every healthy congregation wants to share its greatest treasure: the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Faith Forming Faith is a lay-led process of shaping disciples of Christ and nurturing people – especially those new to the church - in a life-long journey of faith through small group study, table fellowship, and mentoring.

9/26-27: Christ & Cascadia Conference
Sep
26
Sep 27

9/26-27: Christ & Cascadia Conference

  • First Church

2 days of exploration and collaboration
30 academic, cultural and church leaders
100s of conversations on Christianity in Cascadia
1,000s of possibilities

9/24: Gun Violence Documentary Screening @ Newport
Sep
24
7:00 pm19:00

9/24: Gun Violence Documentary Screening @ Newport

  • Newport PC

Newport Presbyterian Church to Host Community Wide Event

Documentary screening and discussion on gun violence

Seattle, like many communities across the nation, has been impacted by gun violence.  The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has produced a documentary titled “Trigger:  The Ripple Effect of Gun Violence” that examines the ripple effect one shooting has on a survivor, a family, a community and a society.  It is told from the perspective of those who have been directly impacted and those who are called daily to respond to this ongoing tragedy.    

9/13: Chap Clark Seminar @ St. Thomas Church
Sep
13
10:00 am10:00

9/13: Chap Clark Seminar @ St. Thomas Church

  • St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Join other parents, pastors, and youth ministry staff as we explore what it means to take seriously the spiritual formation of children and adolescents.  Chap Clark, Fuller Professor of Youth, Family, and Culture will provide training and tools to help us understand the adolescent experience and more more faithfully journey with children and youth as they become followers of Jesus.

9/4-6: Caring for Caregivers Retreats
Sep
6
12:00 am00:00

9/4-6: Caring for Caregivers Retreats

The Oso Relief Committee of the Northwest Coast Presbytery is planning to hold two one-day retreats entitled Caring for the Caregiver on September 4 and 6 at Camp Brotherhood near Mt. Vernon. Each retreat will offer the same program, designed to help volunteers and various responders deal with the emotional after-effects of the Hwy 530/Oso Slide.  The facilitators will be a national team from Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, all trained counselors with experience in disaster response and the emotional impact it can have on volunteers and workers later. 

9/5: Genesis & Exodus: An Introduction with Frank Spina
Sep
5
9:00 am09:00

9/5: Genesis & Exodus: An Introduction with Frank Spina

Spend a day exploring these key texts with SPU Professor of Old Testament Dr. Frank Spina. We’ll discuss the nature of creation; God’s engaging of the created order; the nature and role of humanity; the themes of sin, judgment, and grace; the election of the ancestors; the rescuing of God’s people; and the eventful trek through the wilderness.

8/24: The Church Stands with the People of Ferguson
Aug
24
3:00 pm15:00

8/24: The Church Stands with the People of Ferguson

  • Westlake Shopping Center

Together we call out injustice.

The tragedy of Michael Brown’s death at the hands of the police is an ongoing reminder of the violence and abuses waged upon people of color and the poor throughout our country and the world. Too often many are left feeling despair and a lack vision of how to respond to abuses of power and privilege. As with the prophets before us, God is calling people of faith to speak and work to end acts of injustice against all people.

You are invited to not just watch as events unfold, but to stand in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in Ferguson, MO and Seattle who call out for God’s justice and an end to racially based violence.

We will peaceably gather at
3:00 pm at Westlake Center (400 Pine Street, Seattle)
for a time of prayer, worship, and vigil.

All who are grieved, seek justice, and pursue equality are invited to attend.
For more information, please contact Rev. Bertram Johnson at 206.251.6443.

7/20: The Choral Pickup @ Newport PC
Jul
20
3:00 pm15:00

7/20: The Choral Pickup @ Newport PC

  • Newport PC

This twenty-two voice ensemble, lead by Dr. Nathan Frank, includes eight talented young singers from the Puget Sound area and fourteen professional singers from around the United States and Canada. Through our fund raising efforts, our goal to offer these concerts free of admission has been reached. Those who wish to make an offering to aid the 93 percent of the Burkina Faso's population who lack access to clean water and sanitation, will be given that opportunity during the concert. 

 

6/28: Walk for Rice with Wellspring
Jun
28
8:00 am08:00

6/28: Walk for Rice with Wellspring

  • Seward Park

Join Wellspring Seattle in supporting the 24th Annual Walk for Rice, a fundraising event featuring a 2.5 mile walk or run. Proceeds benefit the Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS), to help them buy rice and other food for its food bank. The ACRS Food Bank serves more than 5,000 low-income people. 

6/21: RMNW Half-Day Workshop
Jun
21
9:00 am09:00

6/21: RMNW Half-Day Workshop

  • North Creek PC

Practical Steps to Spiritual Discernment in Community
A great practical follow up to RMNW Spring Teaching Retreat:  “Listening Together, Deciding Together: Practicing Spiritual Discernment in Community” with Gordon T. Smith.

6/14-21: 221st General Assembly PC (U.S.A.)
Jun
14
Jun 21

6/14-21: 221st General Assembly PC (U.S.A.)

  • COBO Center

Please keep our commissioners, staff and leaders in prayer as they participate in the 221st General Assembly in Detroit:

Adrienne Schlosser-Hall, Karen Breckenridge, Mark Zimmerly, Shelley Dahl, Keith Heino, Steve Henry, Anna Bintinger, Kari Olson, Aaron Willett, Kathy Lueckert, Scott Lumsden, Eliana Maxim, and Kevin Nollette.

6/7: RMNW Spring Prayer Retreat
Jun
7
9:00 am09:00

6/7: RMNW Spring Prayer Retreat

  • Calvin PC

Finding Your Rhythm: Developing Your Own Way of Life
Rev. Kimberly Crispeno  

Cost: $50 includes materials, snacks & lunch

What is a rhythm of life? Why should we consider having one of our own? How do we create our own? 

6/7: SeaPres Café & Stated Mtg @ Steel Lake
Jun
7
8:30 am08:30

6/7: SeaPres Café & Stated Mtg @ Steel Lake

  • Steel Lake PC

TOMORROW'S CHURCH TODAY
FEATURING REV. ROGER DERMODY
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR MISSION, PCUSA

Workshops: NEXT Church Resources, Spirituality of Children and their Families, 221st General Assembly Preview

 

5/30-6/1: Godspell @ St. Andrew PC
May
30
Jun 1

5/30-6/1: Godspell @ St. Andrew PC

  • St. Andrew PC

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church presents "Godspell", through special arrangement with Music Theatre International.