Our new Mission Statement:

The Church Council of Greater Seattle builds collective power
through faith-rooted community organizing
for transformational change toward liberation and justice.
Over the past two years, the Church Council has endeavored through staff, board, and community consultation toward a new mission statement that authentically captures the essence of our work.
I recently joined the Church Council after 30 years of corporate retail in which the destructive pursuit of profits left me drained, my soul yearning for “something more”. As a person committed to faith that does justice, I am grateful to offer what I can to our collective work. As the new Development Lead of the Church Council, I am in wonder and admiration of the powerful organizing work that my colleagues engage in every day (just to highlight three of many):
Over the coming months, we will be continuing our journey to shape the values, methodologies, and theory of change for our work. We cannot wait to share more with you during our Annual Assembly in March 2022. I am fired up by the accompanying, convening and facilitating our organizers are doing: mission in action!
Our mission leads us to a new way of being in community by listening to and following the leadership of impacted communities toward transformational change. We invite you to join us on this wondrous journey toward liberation and justice!
Give today and join local communities building collective power toward transformational change.
Will you journey with us in our mission?
You can make your gift securely online at here or drop us a note (I’d love to hear from you!) along with your check mailed to:
Church Council of Greater Seattle
PO Box 18467
Seattle, WA 98118
We are blessed to come alongside you in this movement. Thank you for journeying with us toward a future where justice is realized!
In Spirit,
Cinda Stenger (she/her)
Development Lead
The Church Council of Greater Seattle
Learn more about our mission-in-action with our Faith Land Initiative, Immigrant Accompaniment, and housing advocacy online at thechurchcouncil.org/news.
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