Fauntleroy Church UCC welcomes everyone, regardless of race, origin or sexual orientation, together within Christ's commission as a united family of God.
Fauntleroy Church, United Church of Christ, is a covenantal community of faith where all people are recognized as being made in God's image, reconciled by Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit. We are committed "to seek God's will in creating a supportive Christian community, providing an environment of love, trust, openness and joy, enabling us to explore and strengthen our personal faith and to express this faith in the wider community."
We recognize the diversity of families and the ways God calls us into relationships.
Our understanding of the nature of God's love, revealed in Jesus' ministry and his commission to his disciples, challenges us to reach out and accept all people unconditionally.
Our understanding of God's justice proclaimed by prophets and embodied in Jesus challenges Fauntleroy Church to join with all people, including gay, lesbian and bisexual persons in their struggle against violence, prejudice and discrimination. Fauntleroy Church seeks to nurture and support the commitments they make.
Fauntleroy Church, United Church of Christ, intentionally welcomes and affirms all persons, regardless of race, origin or sexual orientation as we seek to fulfill Christ's commission to live as the family of God.
This morning we have a crew of volunteers working to replace our halogen sanctuary lights with beautiful and efficient LED bulbs.
Admiral Church UCC is currently presenting its 2nd Annual Black Power/White Churches Film Series. All are welcome! The first two films were presented on Feb. 3 & Feb. 10. On Feb. 17, view Rikers – Personal testi- monies about the culture of violence and corruption for over 3 decades - and on Feb. 24, view 13th – An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation’s history of racial inequality.
www.admiralchurch.org Admiral Congregational United Church Of Christ
On Sunday, March 12, we are going to "worship without walls." We will gather in the sanctuary at 10:00 AM as always, receive a blessing from Pastor Leah, and then sing our way right back out again to engage in service in the wider community until about 12:30 PM. All of us will engage in service, either at the church or in the community at sites such as Food Lifeline, The Kenny, and Southwest Youth and Family Services. Mark your calendar, look for sign-ups at church, and plan to come on March 12 dressed for a living your faith out loud in the world!
www.fauntleroyucc.org United Church of Christ of Fauntleroy, West Seattle. Worshipping since 1908.
On Thursday, February 23, from 6:00-7:30 PM in Fellowship Hall, we'll host a free workshop for the entire community to learn when and how to take action that defuses harassment or other bullying situations. Rev. Andrew Conley-Holcom, pastor at Admiral UCC, will walk us through practical, safe strategies for intervening directly, distracting those involved, and soliciting support from others. Please let the church office know if you are coming: call 206-932-5600 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark your calendars! The sixth annual Fauntleroy Chili Cook-Off is a little over two weeks away. Got an award-worthy chili recipe? Sign up, then cook and enter to win the honor and prestige that comes with cooking great chili for this annual event! Call 206-932-5600 for more information.
Got preschoolers or younger children? The Little Pilgrim School has an open house today (it just started!). Little Pilgrim School is located below our sanctuary. Enter through the lower level door near the parking lot.
The Walk-the-Talk Greenfair is now underway in Fellowship Hall.
[02/12/17] Stay for coffee hour in Fellowship Hall today and enjoy the Green Committee's Walk-the-Talk Greenfair. Learn what's new about healthy eating. Take home a proven recipe or two, check out nontoxic household products, and get up-to-date on legislative challenges.
Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am in Hildebrand Hall (casual, contemporary service) and 11 am (more traditional service) in the Sanctuary.
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