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Easter With Us


On Easter Sunday, two thousand years ago, the cosmos reverberated with the rhythm of love.

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Easter With Us


On Easter Sunday, two thousand years ago, the cosmos reverberated with the rhythm of love.

SUNDAY APRIL 21ST | 10am POTLUCK BRUNCH | 1030AM WORSHIP | Ballard

The resurrection of Jesus is the most welcoming event in human history.
We extend that welcome, to you.
Join us as we ponder the mystery that death doesn't have the final word: Love Does.

 
 

Location: 5710 22nd Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (we meet in the historic chapel at St. Luke's: corner of 22nd & 58th across from Ballard Commons Park).
Time: 10:30am
Parking: We share a small lot with St. Luke's or street parking. On Easter, parking will be a big challenge. We encourage you to plan to be 15 mins earlier than normal. There are lots [paid and free] all around us in Ballard).
Dress: Very relaxed.
Kids: Yes. Check-in is in the building directly to the south, near the corner of 22nd & 57th. Kids can check in as early as 10:15am. Pangea Kids programing is for babies/toddlersPre-K.


Good Friday

Join us on Friday at 7pm for a combined worship gathering with our friends at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. We will meet in the chapel to remember the self-sacrificial love of Jesus, displayed on the cross.

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Belong Here.


A church that follows in the way of Jesus,
to inspire others in the way of love.

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Belong Here.


A church that follows in the way of Jesus,
to inspire others in the way of love.

Plan Your Visit Engage With Us Watch Messages

 

Sundays | 10:30am | Ballard

No worship gathering on Feb 10th due to snow and ice.

Location: 5710 22nd Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
Time: 10:30am
Parking: We share a small lot with St. Luke's or street parking. See the parking map for some suggested paid lots as well. Plan ahead!
Dress: Very relaxed.
Kids: Yes. Check-in starts @ 10:15am. Pangea Kids programing is for babies/toddlers5th grade.

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If you live in Seattle, and long for a church where questions are honored, doubt is assumed, inclusion is a core value, families are empowered, and exploring the challenging teachings of Jesus is normative:
we have a seat for you.

 
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Sunday Worship


Our worship environment is at the intersection of the casual and the sacred, the contemporary and the ancient, the charismatic and the contemplative, the evangelical and the progressive.

Join us as we worship authentically, ask hard questions, hear an inspiring message from the Scriptures, and connect with others who are on a journey to inspire love in our city. You belong here.

More About Sundays

Sunday Worship


Our worship environment is at the intersection of the casual and the sacred, the contemporary and the ancient, the charismatic and the contemplative, the evangelical and the progressive.

Join us as we worship authentically, ask hard questions, hear an inspiring message from the Scriptures, and connect with others who are on a journey to inspire love in our city. You belong here.

More About Sundays

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Join a Village


A Village is a midweek group of 10-20 people committed to following in the way of Jesus as a spiritual family. They learn what it means to care for and encourage each other in a lifestyle of peacemaking and spiritual transformation. 

Learn About Village Groups

Join a Village


A Village is a midweek group of 10-20 people committed to following in the way of Jesus as a spiritual family. They learn what it means to care for and encourage each other in a lifestyle of peacemaking and spiritual transformation. 

Learn About Village Groups

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Current Series


Current Series


Family Feels | Current Series

Family. It makes us ‘feel’ things. Being a part of a family isn’t always easy. In fact, it can be downright difficult at times. “Family Feels” is a series that looks at some of the challenges and expectations people have in their pursuit of peaceably loving and living in a family. We will also take note of the kind of family that Jesus ultimately recognizes above our biological ties: the community of faith that does the will of the Father. No matter our struggles with our physical family, the church is invited to be a spiritual family that reflects the goodness of God.

Sermon Style?

Here’s a video to give you a feel for a Sunday morning sermon.