Grace Seattle

Making Disciples. Serving the City.

Grace is a worshipping community rooted in the belief that the historic Christian gospel is true, compelling, and transformative. We are a collection of people from all walks and stages of life. Our stories, backgrounds, and interests are varied. But we are held together by one common bond:

We believe that God’s grace in Jesus is the key that unlocks all of life.

So wherever you are on your spiritual journey, whether you are committed to following Jesus Christ, are skeptical, or are just mildly curious about Christianity, we welcome you.

Preparing For Worship: How Big Is God's Love? | Grace Church Seattle

In other words, Jesus told them that God’s love was so vast that it extended to their enemies. And they hated to hear this. This was not good news to them. It filled them with rage. What about you?
http://www.graceseattle.org/blog/2017-02-24/preparing-for-worship-how-big-is-gods-love

graceseattle.org “You can safely assume you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.”

[02/25/17]   Join us for worship this Sunday at 9 AM or 11:30 AM.
How Big Is God’s Love?
Luke 4:14-30
Rev. John Haralson
http://www.graceseattle.org/uploads/documents/orders-of-worship/20170226-OW.pdf

The Importance of Spiritual Practices | Grace Church Seattle

Our spiritual lives are a combination of energy and form. We need both energy and form in order to grow in a relationship with God. Form without energy is lifeless formalism, just going through the religious motions. But, energy without form is unnecessarily difficult and, perhaps, even dangerous.
http://www.graceseattle.org/blog/2017-02-23/the-importance-of-spiritual-practices

graceseattle.org This post is the first in a series on becoming a people of prayer. During the season of Lent, the leadership at Grace is inviting our congregation into committing to morning and evening prayer using the prayer book

Grace Church Seattle

Sermon Audio
Jesus vs. Satan
Luke 4:1-15
Rev. John Haralson
http://www.graceseattle.org/resources/sermon/3476/jesus-vs-satan

graceseattle.org Is Christianity really true to the way things are? This question lies at the heart of why Luke wrote his Gospel. Join us as we take an intentional journey through the longest book in the New Testament.

[02/19/17]   Don't forget, we will not have Christian Formation Classes tomorrow (2/19), but will instead have a time of Extended Fellowship starting at 10:30am. We will have refreshments and an optional craft to help us prepare our hearts for Lent. We hope to see you there!

Preparing For Worship: Jesus vs. Satan | Grace Church Seattle

Jesus triumphs where all others have failed. He, and he alone, has defeated Satan. All who belong to Jesus can now share in his victory.
http://www.graceseattle.org/blog/2017-02-17/preparing-for-worship-jesus-vs-satan

graceseattle.org “These two dominant affective forces [love and shame] of the universe represent the struggle between good and evil. Within each of us, these two affective states-represented by the presence of the Holy Spirit on one side and our shame attendant on the other-are at war over us and the culture we are…

[02/17/17]   Join us for worship this Sunday at 9 AM or 11:30 AM.
Jesus vs. Satan
Luke 4:1-15
Rev. John Haralson
http://www.graceseattle.org/uploads/documents/orders-of-worship/20170219-OW.pdf

Grace Church Seattle

Sermon Audio
When Love Comes To Town
Luke 3:21-38
Rev. John Haralson
http://www.graceseattle.org/resources/sermon/3471/healing-our-family-tree

graceseattle.org Is Christianity really true to the way things are? This question lies at the heart of why Luke wrote his Gospel. Join us as we take an intentional journey through the longest book in the New Testament.

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Seattle, WA
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Sunday 11:30am - 12:45pm
Sunday 9am - 10:15am
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