Sundays | 10:30am | Ballard
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We worship the God who is reconciling all things
10:30am on Sundays. (Duration: about 1hr 20mins [give or take 5 mins])
5710 22nd Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
Limited Parking is available in the St. Luke's parking lot. Street parking is free in the neighborhood.
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. To learn more about our Sunday teachings, click here.
At Pangea, we think church should be both fun and sacred. Both energetic and contemplative. Both innovative and ancient. Both relevant and deep. Through creative preaching, lively music, artful expression, and contemplative liturgy, we create a space for regular people to engage with God. No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you belong here.
Our style is quite modern (guitar-driven music, etc.) but we also lean into ancient practices (weekly Communion and liturgy) which foster a sense of mystery. Some would call us an "ancient-future" church expression. On any given Sunday we will incorporate modern worship songs, ancient prayers, holy sacraments, engaging video, and transformational sermons.
If you worship with us, you might compare our "style" to the following fusion: Mennonite theology (yeah, we're kind of peaceniks), Anglican liturgy (we take the eucharist every week), contemporary music (and not cheesy either), and engaging preaching (relevant and hopeful).
We have Kids programing from zero - Pre-K. Older kids are invited to join their parents in church services during this season.
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***Unfortunately our facility does not have wheelchair access. If this is a need for your family, we highly encourage you to consider attending St. Luke's Episcopal Church, which meets in an accessible building on the same campus. For information and service times, go to their website.