Our Mission

The Church Council of Greater Seattle builds collective power
through faith-rooted community organizing
for transformational change toward liberation and justice.
 

Our Vision

The Church Council of Greater Seattle envisions a future when justice is realized,
where all people experience liberation, profound peace,
expansive equity, and joy-filled human flourishing.

Our 2021 Annual Report is now available to view online!

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In recent news….

Peace with justice in 2023, a message from Michael Ramos

The New Year marks both a day of peace and a desire for the fruits of efforts for peace during the year to come. I have a carnation-colored T-shirt that I have worn for years that says, Paz con Justicia, or “Peace with Justice.”  The message is there is no lasting...

Liberating faith-owned land: Capitol Hill house transferred from Seattle Mennonite Church to QTBIPOC community collective

Liberating faith-owned land: Capitol Hill house transferred from Seattle Mennonite Church to QTBIPOC community collective Written by Irene Muller | Published November 9, 2022 by the Church Council of Greater Seattle Media often depicts Seattle as a capitalistic...

On the passing of 3 faithful leaders

We build on the shoulders of many faithful leaders. Michael Ramos, our Executive Director, remarks below on the recent passing of three such leaders   Presiding Elder Ellis Harris Casson September 23, 1931-June 7, 2022 Rev. Dr. Ellis Casson was the Presiding Elder of...

Recap & Recording: CCGS Accompaniment Training 10/25/22

Thank you to everyone who joined our Accompaniment Training this week, it was great seeing new and familiar faces! For those who were unable to attend but would like to view the 2022 Accompaniment Training, you can watch it here. (passcode: @+PUrt55).  Afterwards,...

CCGS joins WAISN and others in calling for a long term plan to support arriving migrants

The Church Council of Greater Seattle joins the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN), and dozens of local faith communities and organizations, in supporting the increased designation of funds to support the health, safety, and well-being of our migrant...

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