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1544 South Snoqualmie St.
Seattle, WA 98108
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(206)762-1991

The mission of Seattle Presbytery is to participate, in word and deed, in God’s transforming work through the Gospel of Jesus Christ: †by strengthening the witness and mission of our congregations and members and by building strong partnerships with each other and the larger Christian community.

News

October Highlights from across the PCUSA

Seattle Presbytery

Transient

Rethinking Leadership

Leap across boundaries and share the gospel in new ways – what we can learn from the church’s most effective leaders.

Jesus-driven

Meet two unconventional church leaders who are stirring things up as they reach out to people who are spiritually hungry but often wary of religious institutions.

Yes, they can!

Learn how a leadership program tailored to young women is keeping them more connected with the church.

Read more stories or subscribe to Presbyterians Today.

 

Trigger - Ask for It!

Long after the news stories stop the impact of gun violence is felt. "Trigger: The Ripple Effect of Gun Violence" is a new, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance documentary that examines what a shooting can do to a community. Ask your NBC affiliate to air it today.

 

Serving with Hope

John and Gwenda Fletcher seek to make a long-term impact in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Read how they helped one woman save her baby boy.

 

Reaching the “Unchurched”

Meet Vera White, a new associate working for the 1001 New Worshiping Communities initiative. Learn how she plans to reach new populations of people looking for faith.

 

1001: Get in the Game

Check out how the new worshiping communities movement went local at the first Get in the Game gathering in Newport Beach, Calif.

 

Having an impact

A lifelong Presbyterian is sharing God’s love with people around her church for the first time, thanks to the 2012 National Evangelism and Church Growth conferences.

 

Hearing the Call to Tentmaking

Explore the benefits of bivocational ministry by visiting theMinisters/Teaching Elders and Association of Presbyterian Tentmakers (APT) websites.Honor the Ministry of Presbyterian Military Chaplains

Veterans Day is on November 12, and it’s a fitting time to honor, pray for, and support our PC(USA) military chaplains, who provide a vital ministry to and with those who currently serve in the military.

  • Find resources for churches on thewebsite of the Presbyterian Council for Chaplains and Military Personnel (PCCMP)
  • Make a gift to the Presbyterian Mission Agency to support PCCMP’s ministry
 

Scholarships Available for Presbyterian Undergraduates

The National Presbyterian College Scholarship Program offers need-based scholarship assistance to full-time students entering their first year of college at one of the colleges related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Visit the Financial Aid for Service website to learn more about this and other programs.Important dates, conferences, and events

Events

November 4
Stewardship Commitment Sunday

Click here for Stewardship resources for your community of faith.

November 5–11
Presbyterian Multicultural Institute 2012

Location: Montreat Conference Center, N.C. 
Offers courses to enable and inspire clergy and laity in cultivating God’s biblical vision to gather people of diverse identities into inclusive communities of faith. Register now →

 November 27–29
“Generosity in Emerging Generations”

Leadership Seminar: Ecumenical Stewardship Center
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Learn more →

January 21-25, 2013
Disciple Making Church Conference

Location: St. Pete Beach, Fla.

More information →