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!

Check it out here or by clicking the image below.

In recent news….

Hello from Cristhian Josue Ordonez Gomez, CCGS Immigrant & Refugee Accompaniment Associate!

I would like to introduce myself in this brief bio as David Letterman would: “My next guest needs no introduction.” The guest, being myself of course. I am a guest in this country, after all. I was born and raised in Honduras. A third world country that has made me...

Unity Candlelight Vigil // Vigilia de Unidad a luz de velas

Join us for a Prayer Vigil @ 8:00 pm in solidarity with the victims of Uvalde, Buffalo, and Orange County Mount Zion Baptist Church | 1634 19th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 *The event is outside. Masks are encouraged.* Acompáñenos para una vigilia con oración a las 8:00 PM...

ONE SEATTLE Juneteenth Concert: the Songs of Black Folk, Music of Resistance & Hope

The Church Council of Greater Seattle is glad to be among the sponsoring organizations for this event, "ONE SEATTLE Juneteenth Concert: the Songs of Black Folk, Music of Resistance & Hope". McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer Street, Seattle WA 98109 | Sunday, June 19th, 2022,...

Training recap: “Foundations of Faith-Rooted Organizing” on 5/11/2022

What a gift to share space, break bread, and learn together in these times when gathering safely can pose such a challenge. Thank you to those in attendance for investing your time and energy in yourselves and your communities as agents of transformational change. We...

Solidarity with Buffalo, NY

The Church Council of Greater Seattle adds our voice in condemning the racist, hate-filled act of terror by a white supremacist shooter at a Buffalo, NY supermarket that ended with the murders of 10 people, with three more people shot who survived. This attack was...

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