Making the Necessary Linkages: A statement from the Church Council of Greater Seattle in solidarity with our Black siblings

Making the Necessary Linkages: A Statement from the Church Council of Greater Seattle In solidarity with our Black siblings as we demand justice for Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and every Black life lost to racist violence May 29, 2020...

NOW IN EFFECT: Religious and faith-based services guidance

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the state’s plan for restarting religious and faith-based services for Phases 1 and 2 of Washington’s “Safe Start” reopening plan. Beginning Wednesday May 27, 2020, religious and faith-based organizations in Phase 1 counties may host up...

NCC Urges Churches to Exercise Extreme Caution Before Re-Opening

WASHINGTON: The National Council of Churches USA is urging churches to exercise extreme caution when deciding whether or not to open its doors for services Memorial Day weekend and in the near future. Churches have been reported to be a source of outbreaks of the...

Make a Difference Now: Complete Your 2020 Census!

Make a difference today! Please, take this time to complete your Census 2020 questionnaire. Official Census Day was April 1, but you can complete your form any time. Choose any one of the three following ways to respond: Online. Look for your letter from...

*NEW* King County Directive to Wear Face Coverings – in Effect May 18!

Starting on May 18, 2020, King County residents are directed to wear face coverings in most public settings. Wear a face covering when you are at any indoor or outdoor public space where you may be within 6 feet of someone who does not live with you.   Everyone...
Responding Together to COVID-19 in Our Community

Responding Together to COVID-19 in Our Community

As the COVID-19 Pandemic continues to impact all our communities, we are grateful to be working faithfully with a vibrant network of neighbors, community groups, congregations, organizations, and foundations across King and South Snohomish Counties to support, equip,...

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Where to Worship Online this Easter Sunday

Where to Worship Online this Easter Sunday

We encourage you to find a community with whom to celebrate this season of renewal in whatever way is true for you, and to stay home and stay healthy while doing so!
We’ve compiled this list of local congregations (organized alphabetically) who will be  hosting Easter Service online this Sunday morning to get you started…

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A Meditation on Isaiah 58 by Michael Ramos

A Meditation on Isaiah 58 by Michael Ramos

COVID-19 has stricken many in our nation, causing illness, death and devastation across this land.   The lives and livelihoods of millions of households urban, suburban and rural, big and small, have faced loss, challenge, isolation, and dislocation.  COVID-19 is not divine punishment.  Our initial federal reaction of unholy arrogance, refusing to take it seriously, delayed emergency response unmasking gutted preparedness, lack of protective gear expanding risk and impact, and declaring imminent victory in the face of tragedy is manifest sin crying out for God’s presence and healing.

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