Prospect Congregational United Church of Christ

An Open and Affirming congregation on Capitol Hill in Seattle

This page for Prospect Congregational United Church of Christ is a place for announcements and a way to reach out to the larger community.
Please be aware that the page is not regularly monitored.
If you have questions about Prospect, please do visit our website at www.prospectseattle.org,
send an email to us at prospectucc@yahoo.com, or call us at 206-322-6030.
Better yet, join us at 10:30 on Sunday and meet our church family.

www.prospectseattle.org

Meighan's February 19 sermon "Magnifying the Vision" is online. In this final message in the series "The Wise and Radical Jesus," she refers to all but one of the sculptures in the Charles McCollough exhibit. Can you find all the references?
http://www.prospectseattle.org/site/1/docs/20170219%20Magnifying%20the%20Vision.pdf

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This Week at Prospect

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us12.campaign-archive1.com Women's Book Group meets tonight. Free filing cabinets and a bench up for bid. Sermon treasure hunt! And more--read all about it.

Magnifying the Vision

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us12.campaign-archive1.com This Sunday, Pastor Meighan wraps up our sermon series on "The Wise and Radical Jesus" with a message titled "Magnifying the Vision" on Mary's song of praise from the Gospel of Luke. Church Board meets at noon after worship.

Commentary: Living into Our Legacy

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"We can’t not respond. But we soon must move from a defensive posture in which we expend our energy and resources articulating what we stand against; and start expending our precious time, effort and energy declaring what we stand for." --Rev. John Dorhauer

ucc.org Since the election of President Trump, the United Church of Christ has collectively engaged in an ongoing effort to maximize the impact of our agency.

Glad to be part of the UCC, which has come out against any order that prioritizes one religion over another in the eyes of the law.

[02/15/17]   Jan Kinney's February 12 message, "Private Demons and Public Addictions" is online: http://www.prospectseattle.org/site/1/docs/20170212%20Private%20Demons%20And%20Public%20Addictions.pdf

We sent participants to Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day on 2/2 and Interfaith Advocacy Day on 2/9. These days are a great way to get training, then meet with legislators in person, so watch for them again next year!

This Week at Prospect

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us12.campaign-archive2.com We offer suggestions for spreading love this Valentine's Day, as well as news and events at or near Prospect.

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1919 E Prospect St
Seattle, WA
98112

Opening Hours

Tuesday 9am - 1pm
Wednesday 9am - 1pm
Thursday 9am - 1pm
Friday 9am - 1pm
Sunday 10am - 1:30pm
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