A message from Beth Amsbary as she “passes the baton”

Dearest Church Council community, With gratitude and trust I write to let you know that the time has come to entrust the philanthropy program of the Church Council of Greater Seattle to other hands.   After 9.75 years at the Church Council, I have been feeling...

VIDEO: Celebrating Jose Robles’ Release from Detention & Standing in Solidarity with Jaime Rubio

Photo: Irene Muller On March 17, community members gathered at Saint Mark's Cathedral for a short, outdoor gathering to celebrate the reuniting of Jose Robles with his family after 20 months of detention at the Northwest Detention Center. This gathering also marked...

Religious and Faith-based Organizations COVID-19 Requirements – March 23 Update

Summary of March 23, 2021 update: Introduces Phase 3 requirements, which permits: Up to 50% of room (or building) capacity with a recommended maximum of 400 people if the space is less than 100,000 square feet and 600 people if the space is more than 100,000 square feet, A maximum of 15 individuals to be seated together, Choirs and congregations to sing indoors without size limitations, Requires woodwind and brass musicians to wear masks per the “Theater and Performing Arts” guidance.

So good to see you

Thank you for joining us at Annual Assembly 2021! What a gift to see our community gathered, safely and joyfully. A lot was shared last night - powerful and personal stories, organizing strategies, ideas, and celebrations. You can learn more about these roots of our...

Michael Ramos statement: Standing with our Asian and Asian American siblings against racist violence in the wake of 8 tragic, racially motivated murders in Georgia

March 19, 2021 On March 16, eight people were murdered at three different spas in the Atlanta area. Their names are: Xiaojie Tan, Daoyou Feng, Delaina Ashley Yaun, Paul Andre Michels, Soon Chung Park, Hyun Jung Grant, Yong A. Yue, and Suncha Kim. Another man, Elcias...
Her Name is Elisia

Her Name is Elisia

By Sandeep Kaushik for Post Alley | March 10, 2021 "A nearly forgotten collection of old photographs of migrant farm workers in Washington State has resurfaced, enabling a lost history to be recovered. This is the story of the unearthing of this archive and the moving...

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Religious and Faith-based Organizations COVID-19 Requirements – March 23 Update

Religious and Faith-based Organizations COVID-19 Requirements – March 23 Update

Summary of March 23, 2021 update: Introduces Phase 3 requirements, which permits: Up to 50% of room (or building) capacity with a recommended maximum of 400 people if the space is less than 100,000 square feet and 600 people if the space is more than 100,000 square feet, A maximum of 15 individuals to be seated together, Choirs and congregations to sing indoors without size limitations, Requires woodwind and brass musicians to wear masks per the “Theater and Performing Arts” guidance.

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So good to see you

So good to see you

Thank you for joining us at Annual Assembly 2021! What a gift to see our community gathered, safely and joyfully. A lot was shared last night - powerful and personal stories, organizing strategies, ideas, and celebrations. You can learn more about these roots of our...

read more

Upcoming Events

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9:00 am Enter the Chaos: Engage the Diff... @ online
Enter the Chaos: Engage the Diff... @ online
May 20 @ 9:00 am – May 22 @ 3:00 pm
Sr. Nancy Sylvester, IHM; Sr. Margaret Galiardi, OP; and Vernice Solimar, PhD will lead this workshop grounded in communal contemplative practices. “Enter the Chaos” will invite participants to deepen their interior lives in order to[...]