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….

Invitation to Support Long-Term Accompaniment

September 2022 Accompaniment Friends, A Salvadoran woman and her three-year-old son here in Seattle were recently granted asylum by an immigration judge. This decision – and her courageous testimony which led to it – brought joy to the hearts of all of us who...

House of Constance comes home to Capitol Hill

The Trans Women of Color Solidarity Network (TWOCSN) has acquired a permanent home for “House of Constance”, in partnership with Seattle Mennonite Church and the Church Council of Greater Seattle’s Faith Land Initiative. TWOCSN’s “House of Constance” program will...

Holden Village Reflection by E.N. West

In June 2022, CCGS Faith Land Initiative team members E.N. West and Meli Morales traveled to Holden Village to co-teach "From Land Owning to Land Stewarding: Lessons in Discernment from the Faith Land Initiative". E generously shared the following reflection...

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...

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