It is with great joy that we invite you to The Church Council of Greater Seattle’s Annual Assembly on March 29, 2022 at 6:00 PM. We will meet online again this year via Zoom, and we encourage you to join us from wherever you may be – all are welcome!

Please RSVP here.

The Annual Assembly is our major consultative event of the year, in which we seek to celebrate and deepen our connections with each other and explore our mission and vision amplified in our central organizing work. Formal business includes reviewing the budget & affirming the Board of Directors and its officers.

Much of our joy in gathering this year is rooted in our excitement to share and explore our new guiding statements together at this Assembly:

  • Mission: The Church Council of Greater Seattle builds collective power through faith-rooted community organizing for transformational change toward liberation and justice.
  • Vision: The Church Council of Greater Seattle envisions a future when justice is realized, where all people experience liberation, profound peace, expansive equity, and

Through the practice of community organizing, generating collective power for transformational change is possible.  Each of us – and all of us together – have a role in this process of inclusive and intersectional liberation. As our Executive Director Michael Ramos recently wrote, “This vision, we believe, is faithful to the spiritual underpinnings of our 102-year history. It is aspirational, yes, and it is true to who we’ve become as a faith-based organization that seeks to embrace an inclusive justice in word and deed.”

Questions? Need help with your RSVP? Have an accessibility request? Please contact Tara Miller, our new CCGS Operations Manager, at or (206) 204-3855.


We look forward to seeing you there!


In faith & solidarity,

The staff and Board of the Church Council of Greater Seattle


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