We’re a proud partner in presenting “John McCutcheon: March Forth! Action and Activism”

Please, join us for a night of music, storytelling, and community with friends around the world in this uniquely powerful event! John McCutcheon writes and performs music that informs, inspires, and motivates…from our history and from John’s prolific pen.  As he tells it, “Music can move hips, hearts, and, sometimes, mountains.”

ACTION ALERT: Act NOW to help our neighbors stay in their homes when the moratorium ends!

Friends, There is a real chance that the eviction moratorium authorized by Governor Inslee will be lifted after March 31.  Your advocacy now can do much to help many to stay in their homes and to prevent dramatic increases in the experience of homelessness. This is...

SAVE THE DATE: Annual Assembly March 23, 2021

You are joyfully invited to The Church Council of Greater Seattle's Annual Assembly on March 23, 2021. We will meet online this year, and encourage you to join us from wherever you may be. Kids, partners, pets, roommates, and houseplants all welcome! More info will be...

NEWS RELEASE: “King County launches COVID-19 vaccination sites in Kent and Auburn to provide access for vulnerable older adults”

News Release Dow Constantine, King County Executive King County launches COVID-19 vaccination sites in Kent and Auburn to provide access for vulnerable older adults   SUMMARY King County is opening two new community vaccination sites on February 1 in Kent and Auburn...

A Letter to Our Christian Siblings Regarding Recent Domestic Terrorist Attacks on our Nation’s Capital

The idea that insurrectionists seeking to aid and abet President Trump could overturn the will of the people in selecting a new president by violating the hall of debate for our democracy is a final absurdity of this administration, which has thrived on division, chaos, lies, and hate. To be for “God and country” is more than a belief.  It is day-by-day commitment and action: to honor God by loving our neighbors as ourselves, including our enemies; and to usher in ever-more equitable forms of democracy respecting the dignity of all and our common humanity and by embracing a solidarity which crosses borders, tears down walls, and knows no exclusions. 

In Solidarity with Indian Farmers

In Solidarity with Indian Farmers

Michael Ramos | Church Council of Greater Seattle | February 6, 2021   On behalf of the Church Council of Greater Seattle, I offer our full solidarity with you in support of the farmers in India who have endured great hardship, violence, repression, and...

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NEW WHEEL WOMEN’S SHELTER Opening TODAY, Friday 2-12-21

NEW WHEEL WOMEN’S SHELTER Opening TODAY, Friday 2-12-21

Folks, WHEEL and our partners have moved heaven and earth to get organized and beat the extreme weather.  We’re planning to open the new WHEEL women’s shelter at First Presbyterian (entrance at 715 Spring Street) AT 8 PM TONIGHT (FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH)!!!   For now,...

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Clergy Survey: Ministry, Preaching, and Social Issues

Clergy Survey: Ministry, Preaching, and Social Issues

Survey on Ministry, Preaching, and Social Issues:  All clergy, seminarians, lay preachers, and retired clergy are invited to participate in a research survey being conducted by the Rev. Dr. Leah Schade, Assistant Professor of Preaching and Worship at Lexington...

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SAVE THE DATE: Annual Assembly March 23, 2021

SAVE THE DATE: Annual Assembly March 23, 2021

You are joyfully invited to The Church Council of Greater Seattle's Annual Assembly on March 23, 2021. We will meet online this year, and encourage you to join us from wherever you may be. Kids, partners, pets, roommates, and houseplants all welcome! More info will be...

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Upcoming Events

Feb
28
Sun
4:00 pm Monumental Observations
Monumental Observations
Feb 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Monumental Observations
Bellevue First United Methodist Church invites you to get outside or use the internet to explore monuments in our community. Discussion will include sharing of learnings, including how to better understand the power of monuments,[...]
Mar
4
Thu
9:00 am Trauma-informed Pastoral Ministr... @ zoom
Trauma-informed Pastoral Ministr... @ zoom
Mar 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
A workshop for clergy and chaplains facilitated by pastoral theologian The Rev. Dr. Danielle Tumminio Hansen. Co-sponsored by The Northwest Washington & Southwest Washington Synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Episcopal Diocese[...]
4:30 pm @ Mandolin Streaming
@ Mandolin Streaming
Mar 4 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
 @ Mandolin Streaming
John McCutcheon writes and performs music that informs, inspires, and motivates…from our history and from John’s prolific pen.  As he tells it, “Music can move hips, hearts, and, sometimes, mountains.” His introduction to folk music[...]
Mar
21
Sun
2:30 pm Islam & Women: A Panel Discussion @ online-Zoom
Islam & Women: A Panel Discussion @ online-Zoom
Mar 21 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
The University Unitarian Church Interfaith Justice Team invites you to “Islam and Women,” a panel discussion with Aneelah Afzali on Sunday, March 21 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Registration Aneelah Afzali is the Executive Director[...]
Mar
23
Tue
6:30 pm CCGS Annual Assembly @ online
CCGS Annual Assembly @ online
Mar 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Stay tuned for more information