A community of people who are seeking to be followers of Jesus, to love one another, and to be a people of hope in our neighborhood.
An awesome time of reflecting on God's faithfulness in 2016 and looking forward to God's vision for 2017...complete with food, group games, and a "The Price Is Right" style presentation of the budget. #annualmeetingscanbefuntoo #seattlepresbytery #yearinreview #2016wascool
Remembering our baptism first and foremost means remembering our brokenness--a brokenness that can often feel like holding on to shards of glass. Through our baptism we are cleansed, not of our brokenness, but of our need to hold so tightly to it. #seattlepresbytery #whitecenter #rememberingourbaptisms
A beautiful way to start 2017! Happy New Years to everyone. May this be the year that we learn what it means to love as God loves us. #seattlepresbytery #whitecenter #seattlesnowmageddon2017 #snowfornewyears
“An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.”
#seattlepresbytery #advent #ocomeemmanuel #asaviorisborn
4 candles lit. Now we await the Christ. Now we await the true Light.
#ocomeemmanuel #advent #seattlepresbytery #whitecenter
The history of stain glass windows has ranged from story-telling device to decorative addition. But if we aren't careful, stain glass windows can also become something we hide behind, unable to see the neighborhoods and people that surround us. They can obscure our view of what's outside, and cause us to become an internally focused body. In this Season where we celebrate God "breaking through" for us, our prayer is that we (and here "we" is the Church with an uppercase C, and not just MVPC) become a people that continuously reaches out to our communities, and that we never feel "content" or "isolated" behind these windows whose beginnings were a way to include all people in Scripture. #seattlepresbytery #whitecenter #stainglasswindows #theresaneighborhoodbehindthem
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The Center for Spiritual Living is the place where people from all walks of life and spiritual paths come together to learn more about themselves, about Spirit, and about how to use spiritual principles to build a better life and world.
No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! The United Church of Christ encourages the spiritual quest of each person and its churches are places to explore that journey with no tests of creed or dogma.
"A small church doing a disproportionate amount of good"
Serving Christ by building an inclusive community that helps one another understand, experience, and reflect Christ's love.
We are a friendly open and affirming congregation in North Seattle. No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, we want you to feel welcome and spiritually nourished here.
We are a resilient Episcopal community working together to build the kingdom of God in our neighborhood and city. Join us as we practice our faith in Jesus
Sunday Service: 10 AM
University Presbyterian Church is a Christ-centered community in Seattle's U District. Join us on Sundays at 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 11:45 am, and 5 pm.
6115 Beacon Ave So Seattle WA 98108
Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue is an inclusive spiritual community practicing an evolving Judaism as a path to awakening.
Vision: That all Catholics mature in a personal relationship with Jesus, empowered by the Holy Spirit, to the glory of God the Father.
Welcome to the official Seattle Community Church Facebook page! Learn more about SCC: www.seattlechurch.org.