Grounded in Faith; Working for Justice

The Church Council of Greater Seattle convenes and catalyzes communities and people of faith to bring our spiritual commitments of love and reconciliation, peace and justice into the public square.

We aspire together to weave a world of justice through right and equitable relationships with one another. As people of faith, we uphold the values of mutual interdependence and accompaniment. These are rooted in our belief in the dignity of every human being as a child of God, the communion that we share through our unity with one another, and the solidarity that breaks down barriers that label some as “Other.” We are convinced, instead, that there is a “We” within in which we are all called to participate.

The Church Council is a registered nonprofit organization, operating as a 501(c)3 organization under IRS regulations.

In recent news….

Giving this Tuesday?

It's Giving Tuesday! We wanted to be sure you knew that Washington Gives has this awesome database of participating WA State nonprofits whose work you can support as part of this festival of giving (and any other day, too!). If you'd like to support the Church Council...

EVENT – Multi-faith dialogue for a more humane justice system

Shared with us by our sponsoring partners: Watch SINCE I BEEN DOWN from October 16th and October 19th, 2021 to be ready for the conversation on October 24th, 2021! Eventbrite page:...

6 things you can do to support Afghan refugees today (shared from WAISN)

From our partners at the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN): WAISN is an organization made by and for immigrants. Many of us came here because the safety of home disintegrated, forcing our families to make the hardest choice of their lives: to leave home....

EVENT SUMMARY: Eastside Interfaith Gathering Celebrates 2021 Legislative Successes & Learnings w WA State Legislators who represent East/North King County Residents

On July 6, 2021 the Eastside Interfaith Gathering (EIG) held a Celebration of Gratitude & Thanksgiving to “Keep People Housed”. Six of seven invited legislators spent a Tuesday summer evening with us further demonstrating that East/North King County voices – and specifically faith voices – made a difference this legislative session. EIG members put our “Keep People Housed” campaign into action and, partnered with the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, WLIHA,  and together we succeeded.

Protecting Immigrant Rights: Is Washington’s Law Working?

Shared with us by our partners at WAISN: We wanted to make sure you saw the new report from the University of Washington Center for Human Rights on the implementation of Keep Washington Working, including the story on KUOW about its findings. Included in the key...

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