Grounded in faith.
Working for justice.

Working for peace and justice in our fractured world can be a hard and lonely road.

But as we come together in unity, across congregations and organizations, the way opens up. As we support each other and seek answers together, we find understanding and courage, by the grace of God.

The Church Council of Greater Seattle strengthens the Christian community on this path… by seeking common ground, fostering interdependence and giving voice to the way of Jesus in the public square.

 

Update: Supporting Asylum Seekers

Detained asylum seekers, many of whom have been separated from their children, have started to be released from the Tacoma Northwest Detention Center, after they were transferred there from the SeaTac Federal Detention Center Facility. However, their release does not...

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Three Opportunities for Action to Support Asylum-Seekers

The separation of asylum-seeking parents from their children at the Southern border, from a faith and humanitarian perspective, is immoral, unjust, and inhumane. We feel moved to raise our voices in support and solidarity with the people who are separated from their...

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The Migrants’ Way of the Cross

Around March 25th, a caravan of about 1,175 people seeking asylum headed north towards Mexico and the United States, guided by the humanitarian aid organization, Pueblo Sin Fronteras. Most of the people in this caravan are Hondurans fleeing political violence,...

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Upcoming Events

Jul
21
Sat
7:30 pm Charlie King & Rebel Voices in C... @ Keystone Church
Charlie King & Rebel Voices in C... @ Keystone Church
Jul 21 @ 7:30 pm
Charlie King & Rebel Voices will be in concert to benefit the Justice Leadership Program. Janet Stecher, conductor of the Seattle Labor Chorus and half of the Rebel Voices duo, says, “We want this concert[...]
Aug
6
Mon
6:00 pm From Hiroshima to Hope @ Green Lake, northwest shore, south of Seattle Public Theatre at the Bathhouse
From Hiroshima to Hope @ Green Lake, northwest shore, south of Seattle Public Theatre at the Bathhouse
Aug 6 @ 6:00 pm
From Hiroshima to Hope @ Green Lake, northwest shore, south of Seattle Public Theatre at the Bathhouse
From Hiroshima to Hope, an annual commemoration for the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and all victims of war and violence. Starts with gathering, lantern preparation, picnicking, and music; continues with[...]
Aug
25
Sat
9:30 am Multifaith Community Summit @ The Well/Queen Anne United Methodist Church
Multifaith Community Summit @ The Well/Queen Anne United Methodist Church
Aug 25 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
The 16th Annual Multifaith Community Summit Presents: Religion, Race, and Politics are Tearing Seattle Apart . . . Or are they? Why Can’t We Get Along? You want to better your community, right?. But what[...]